For over 150 years, PNC has grown into one of America's most respected banks, because we're committed to helping customers and employees reach their goals. You can depend on PNC to provide the training you need, along with an inclusive culture that recognizes your talent, values diversity and cares about social responsibility. Working with us means having an opportunity you can feel good about, with a Fortune 200 company that's been selected as a 'Great Place To Work' by Gallup.
As a Relationship Manager for PNC's Private Client Group, you will be part of a successful organization with a strong commitment to leadership in the affluent marketplace.
Our Relationship Managers develop new customers, manage a book of business, and coordinate with PNC Business Bankers, Financial Advisors and Wealth Management professionals to create the best financial outcomes for clients. This is a licensed position (Series 6 and 63), although you will use your licenses in order to conduct consultative dialogue with customers, rather than to sell investment products.
This position combines entrepreneurial opportunity with the structure, security and resources of an established name in affluent-market financial services. Your schedule will be self-managed, though coordinated with your base PNC branch office. As a PNC Relationship Manager, your challenge is to grow the banking and investment relationships for a targeted group of sophisticated customers, through in-depth profiling, consultative selling and exceptional customer care. Your business development and prospecting skills will play an important role in attracting new relationships, while partnership with your PNC branch will enable the service that retains and grows them. As you build your client base, you will be able to lean upon PNC's unrivalled technology and call center support.
The successful candidate will have the following qualifications:
Bachelor's degree or at least 3 years experience in a sales/revenue-based environment.
- Ability to fluently speak Polish
Previous experience in a financial sales/incentive-driven environment.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Series 6 and 63 (or 7 and 66) are licenses required.
Computer skills including ability to work on Windows applications.
Partnership and consultative sales skills.
Strong business development and prospecting skills.
Candidates being considered for this position will be subject to additional background checks as required by Consumer Financial Protection Bureau regulations.