HSBC Job Application

HSBC Online Application

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

Open Positions: Teller, Sales Associate, Administrative Assistant, Data Entry Clerk, Bank Teller, Branch Customer Service Representative, Personal Banker, Bilingual Account Opening Supervisor, Assistant Manager, Branch Manager, Officer, Accountant, Loan Servicing Representative, Records Administration Specialist, Collections Representative, Auditor, Retail Mortgage Consultant, Bankruptcy Specialist, Intern

Printable Application PDF/Form: HSBC Application

How to Apply HSBC Jobs: Official Site

Achieve your ambitions

HSBC is one of the world’s leading banks, with a network covering 74 countries and territories. Our size and global reach mean we offer many ways for you to develop your career.

Achieve your potential

HSBC is one of the world’s largest financial services organisations. Whether you are looking for a first job or taking the next step in your career, our global reach offers many ways for you to realise your ambitions.

Students and graduates

We offer a wide range of programmes, placements and entry-level opportunities for people at the early stages of their career, as well as those completing MBA studies.

View our student and graduate programmes, or if you are interested in an entry-level position, choose the location where you would like to work first.

Preparing your CV

Your CV is an important part of your application to HSBC and is your first opportunity to demonstrate your qualities and achievements. It also enables us to consider you if another suitable role comes up in the future.

Begin your CV with a brief summary of your skills, accomplishments and career goals. Follow this with your employment history and work experience, starting with your most recent role. Include full details of your employers, dates, job titles and responsibilities. Make sure you give examples of your skills and achievements, relating these to the role for which you are applying where possible.

Next, give details of the university, college or school you attended, your qualifications and grades and any work-related courses taken. Start with the most recent and work backwards, using bullet points or a table. Finally, mention any hobbies or interests that have a particular relevance to the role or graduate programme for which you are applying.

You should:

  • Ensure your contact details are up to date and that the CV is no more than two pages long
  • Use the “save as draft” tool if you are applying online and do not have enough time to complete the application in one go
  • Ensure your answers are relevant to the role you are seeking (avoid copying details from previous online application forms)
  • Ensure you are familiar with the information submitted on your application and keep a copy of your CV to read before your interview

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