By joining one of PNC’s Development Programs, you can explore your potential through hands-on experience in a professional environment. This is an excellent opportunity to begin exploring your career goals, in addition to growing your skills in key areas. The goal of PNC’s Development Programs is to move analysts and associates from development roles into production roles in one of PNC’s lines of business.
Corporate & Institutional Banking (C&IB) offers strategic insight and financial solutions for businesses, organizations, municipalities and nonprofits throughout the United States and internationally. The Capital Markets track provides a broad exposure to various business units within C&IB, structured development on-the-job and formal classroom learning including an intensive 8-week credit training program designed to establish PNC’s core competencies. Analysts possess strong problem-solving ability, interest in mastering complex products, a strong work ethic and a highly competitive nature.
The Capital Markets track includes the following business segments:
Asset & Liability Management: Liquidity & Capital Management, Investment Portfolio Management and Balance Sheet Analytics
Capital Markets Group: Derivatives, Foreign Exchange, Fixed Income, Financial Institutions Group and Structured Products Group
Investment Banking Analyst: Asset Backed Finance, Debt Capital Markets and Public Finance Capital Markets
The Capital Markets track is an engaging 3-year experience especially designed to equip you with the foundational and transferable skills that will enable you to navigate a successful career in banking. Capital Markets analysts master PNC’s product set to excel in analytics, credit, relationship management, sales and financial modeling.
Geographic flexibility is important to your success in this program. Locations may include: Chicago, IL; Houston, TX; Lehigh, PA; New York, NY; Philadelphia, PA; and Pittsburgh, PA. Not all segments are available in all locations. Learn more about PNC’s Development Programs by visiting www.pnc.jobs/students
Participates as an analyst/associate in the line of business development program.
Performs or assists the core activities of the group by applying knowledge learned to drive business results (e.g. deal, sales, or process support, internal or external customer interaction, or supporting internal projects). Works under supervision and may have limited approval and/or exception authority.
Participates in social learning within the organization (e.g. identifies and networks with business representatives and peers, participates in mentoring, job shadowing and community outreach)
Participates in formal learning (e.g. classroom, web-based, or virtual) and completes related activities and projects.
Supports the internal and external customer experience by providing excellent service at all times; takes accountability and ensures problem resolution.
PNC Employees take pride in our reputation and to continue building upon that we expect our employees to be:
Customer Focused – Knowledgeable of the values and practices that align customer needs and satisfaction as primary considerations in all business decisions and able to leverage that information in creating customized customer solutions.
Managing Risk – Assessing and effectively managing all of the risks associated with their business objectives and activities to ensure they adhere to and support PNC’s Enterprise Risk Management Framework.
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Required Education and Experience:
Preferred business relevant majors (e.g., Finance, Accounting, IT, Economics, Marketing, Math, Statistics, HR, Management, Communications, Business Law, Psychology, Logistics, Engineering, Computer Science, Actuarial Sciences), Minimum GPA 3.2.
Roles at this level are filled by recent university / college graduates with little or no professional experience, but possessing relevant skills. Includes individuals joining the organization through a corporate development/training program.
Accuracy and Attention to Detail – Understanding of the necessity and value of accuracy and attention to detail; ability to process information with high levels of accuracy.
Analytical Thinking – Knowledge of techniques and tools that promote effective analysis and the ability to determine the root cause of organizational problems and create alternative solutions that resolve the problems in the best interest of the business.
Business Acumen – Knowledge, insight, and understanding of business concepts, tools, and processes that are needed for making sound decisions in the context of the company’s business; ability to apply this knowledge appropriately to diverse situations.
Effective Communications – Understanding of effective communication concepts, tools and techniques; ability to effectively transmit, receive, and accurately interpret ideas, information, and needs through the application of appropriate communication behaviors.
Flexibility and Adaptability – Knowledge of successful approaches, tools, and techniques for dealing with changes and adapting to a changing environment; ability to adapt as needed.
Information Capture – Knowledge of the processes and the ability to identify, capture and document relevant business information in an auditable, organized, understandable and easily retrievable manner.
Products and Services – Knowledge of major products and services and product and service groups; ability to apply this knowledge appropriately to diverse situations.
Project Management – Ability to plan, organize, monitor, and control projects, ensuring efficient utilization of technical and administrative resources, to achieve project objectives.
Self-Directed Growth and Development – Understanding of the necessity of continuous personal growth; ability to gauge one’s strengths, limitations and interests, and use of this knowledge for purposes of performance effectiveness and self-development.