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About Bank of America
- Number of stores:
- $83.3 billion (2012)
- Charlotte, NC
- Brian Moynihan
- In terms of assets, Bank of America is the second largest bank in the United States. In 2008 the company acquired Merrill Lynch, which made it the largest wealth management corporation in the world. It is one of the 'Big Four' banks in the United States, along with Wells Fargo, Citigroup, and JPMorgan Chase.
You can search and apply for thousands of jobs at Bank of America directly through your StartWire account. When you do, we will provide you with automatic updates on your application. This way, you will always know if your application has been read and if you're still being considered for the position that you've applied for. Apply now
If you prefer, you can also apply through Bank of America's hiring website. If you do choose to apply in this way, don't forget to come back and tell us about your application so we can help you keep your job search as organized and efficient as possible.
For the sake of this application guide, we applied for a position as a bank teller. Your experience may change a little bit depending on the type of position that you apply for.
Before you can start the Bank of America application, you will need to create an account on their hiring site. Creating an account is simple, and will only take a couple minutes of your time. To create an account, you will only need to provide a username, password, email address, and answers to two security questions.
With your account created, it is time to begin the application itself. Right away, you will be given the opportunity to upload your resume. This is not necessary, but if you do provide it, Bank of America will read through your resume and use it to fill in parts of your application for you. This can be a nice time-saving feature, and something that you might want to take advantage of if you already have your resume prepared.
Over the course of the application, you will be asked to provide the following personal information: your name, email address, home address, social security number, phone number, language proficiency, education, work experience, and certifications (if applicable). We highly recommend taking the time to prepare all of this information before you begin the application. There are few things more frustrating than having to hunt down a date of employment, only to have the application time out while you search.
Once all of your personal information is provided, you will have the opportunity to upload your resume and cover letter. While neither of these documents are technically required by the system, you should treat them as if they are. Getting an interview will be very difficult without a relevant resume and cover letter, and you should take some time to tailor them specifically for the position to which you are applying.
With your resume and cover letter provided, you will need to take a brief questionnaire. The questions are very simple, and are designed to help you learn more about the job help Bank of America determine if you would be a good fit for their company. Most of the questions are centered around your work experience and scheduling preferences.
At this point, you will have completed the application. Take a few minutes to review the information that you've provided. When you're satisfied with what you've done, you can go ahead and submit it.
Background check and drug test
All Bank of America applicants are subject to a background check and drug test. Any employment offer that you recieve will be contingent upon passing both of these tests.
When you apply for a Bank of America job through StartWire, we will provide you with automatic updates on the status of your application. This way, you will always be able to tell if your application has been read and if you are still being considered for the position that you've applied for.
Bank of America is an equal opportunity employer.
Jobs available at Bank of America
There are far too many types of jobs available at Bank of America to list them all here, but all jobs fall into one of the following job areas: CFO Group / Finance, Consumer Banking, Customer Care, Human Resources, Mortgage, Operations, Risk, Sales, and Technology.
Brian Moynihan is the President and CEO of Bank of America. Charles Holliday is the Chairman.
In 2012, Bank of America reported $83 billion in revenue, $3 billion in operating income, $4 billion in net income, $2.2 trillion in assets, and $236 billion in equity.