Citizens Bank Job Application Form 2017


Citizens Bank Application

By applying Citizens Bank you may join Citizens Bank’s family. At the same time you will be able to look for Citizens Bank job postings and apply to any notices you like.

Open Positions: Bank Teller, Personal Banker, Customer Service Representative, Administrative Assistant, Business Unit Manager, Regional Sales Manager, Business Systems Analyst, Assistant Branch Manager, General Branch Manager, Financial Consultant, Mortgage Loan Officer, Appraisal Service Coordinator, Compensation Consultant, Sales and Marketing Specialist, Program Manager, Project Manager, Risk Management Specialist

Printable Application PDF/Form: No.

How to Apply Citizens Bank Jobs: Official Site

GOOD CITIZENSHIP CREATES A GOOD WORKPLACE. JOIN OUR TEAM.

At Citizens Financial Group, Inc., we foster an engaged workforce where colleagues of all levels, cultures, and backgrounds interact freely and experience personal and professional growth. We are committed to the prosperity of our Customers, Communities, and our Colleagues. And, we believe that when our colleagues and customers succeed, we all succeed. That’s why creating a Good Workplace is not just Good Banking, it’s Good Business.

Ownership and History

Today, Citizens Financial Group, Inc. has 1,100 branches, 3,100 ATMs and 18,400 colleagues in 11-states covering New England, the Mid-Atlantic and the Midwest.

CFG History
Through acquisitions and organic growth, Citizens evolved from the fifth-largest bank in the smallest state in the U.S. into its position today as one of the 15 largest commercial banking companies in the country.

Citizens traces its origins to High Street Bank, established in 1828 in Providence. In 1871, the bank established its own savings bank, Citizens Savings Bank. The following decades became difficult for the bank, as Providence gradually lost its pre-eminence as an industrial center and seaport.

By the 1920s, prospects seemed better but the good times were short-lived. The Great Depression of the 1930s hit hard in New England where the region’s vital textile industries were already in steep decline.

Nonetheless Citizens’ history of prudent lending meant that its losses were modest compared to its rivals. By the 1940s Citizens Savings Bank had gained a controlling interest in its founder, High Street Bank, and in 1948 High Street Bank changed its name to Citizens Trust Company.

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