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What do you want the power to do? Join us at Bank of America, and we’ll help you make an impact. From career opportunities to support and encouragement, together we’ll make it happen.
Picture your first role after university. You want training and recognition. While you might think that banking is all pin-striped suits and keeping yourself to yourself, nothing could be further from the truth. From employee networks and sport & social clubs, to wellness initiatives and supporting local communities, we’re all about people and responsible growth.
That’s not all you can look forward to. On our analyst or associate programmes, you’ll have formal, ongoing training and development opportunities, performance evaluations, mentoring and networking opportunities. It’s a holistic approach to the start of your career, and one which will continue.
Whether you’re studying for a bachelor’s or master’s degree, or even an MBA or PhD, you’ll be among the best graduate talent. Find out more about joining us in Compliance, Corporate Audit, Corporate Treasury, Wholesale Credit, Global Corporate & Investment Banking, Global Markets, Global Research, Global Transaction Services, Market Risk, Quantitative Management or Technology.
For a full time analyst or associate position, the application process involves uploading your CV and completing an online video interview. If selected following the application stage, you will be invited to an assessment centre involving competency-based exercises. In addition, for most of our full-time programmes, we conduct telephone interviews.
We have 66 million customers ranging from individuals to businesses to governments. We’ve also been building meaningful connections in Europe, the Middle East and Africa for decades. In fact, you’ll find our 200,000-strong workforce all over the world.
The reason we’re here is to make financial lives better. That doesn’t happen in isolation. We drive sustainable growth to help create jobs, transform the communities we all live and work in, and foster economic mobility.
But success isn’t just about figures. We give placement students and interns real experience, and some of them can even fast-track onto our graduate programmes. As for graduates, our diversity networks, induction, extensive training and even the chance to give back via volunteering days mean you can do well in whatever area you choose, even if you don’t have experience. Which might be why we’re at the top of the graduate tables.
Every moment matters, and what’s important to you is important to us. None of us is typical. We always ask ‘what would you like the power to do?’ and work together to achieve it.