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  • Your career is here!

    We’re happy you selected U.S. Bank and we hope you’ll spend a long and rewarding career with us.

  • We understand.

    Your first few months can be overwhelming. You’re meeting new people, getting used to the technology, learning your job…developing your career may not be top of mind.

  • It’s your journey.

    Career development is a journey that you can take at your own pace. For now, focus on settling in, meeting your team, learning more about what U.S. Bank does. And when you’re ready to make the next step, come back and explore all our great development resources.

 
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In the words of our employees
 

"There is so much room for growth, and one thing that's really cool about U.S. Bank is that what you put into it is what you get out. I've been with U.S. Bank for about three years. I started as a part-time teller, and then I moved to a full-time teller, and then I became a universal banker. Now I am a licensed banker and I'm looking at some of my next steps."

-Carissa Fedchenko

I'm an HR businees partner supporting finance operations. I've only been at the bank two months and two weeks. I'm already starting to think about what my next steps are, and how do I really set myself up for success by taking on the right contacts and networking. I've already developed some relationships with different teams that I'm interested in.

-Jenny Harrington

I've been with the bank over two years. I started as an intern in college, and did a summer internship, and then transitioned to full-time in the Wholesale Credit Support group

-Laura Alt

U.S. Bank has been so supportive of my career, and I think it's so important for new employees to know that you can grow your your career within U.S. Bank, and not have to leave to have new opportunities and new challenges. I've been very supported in my career, and it's made my experience very satisfying, and I intend to be here for the rest of my career.

-Louann Dummich

U.S. Bank has always fostered career-building. And even though I started at age 16, and didn't quite know what my career was going to be, they helped to navigate that road for me. So, I've stuck with them. Actually, they stuck with me. I've been with the bank for 20 years.

- Najah Adams

"I started as a teller in this company and I've held all kinds of roles since. I was a universal banker, personal banker, assistant manager and branch manager on the Consumer Banking side. And I was a branch manager for 11 years before I moved to my current role in 2013. I am a credit risk analyst right now working for the Commercial Portfolio Risk Management group. I've been with the bank for 14 years.

- PM Varghese

 
 
 

U.S. Bank leaders on career development...

“I may be biased, but I think starting out in a branch is a great way to build a career at U.S. Bank. One of our core values is, ’We put people first.’ I can’t think of a better way to execute on that value than by working face-to-face with our customers. It sets the foundation for every other position with the bank.”

Darrell Brown

Senior Vice President, Consumer Banking Group and Greater Los Angeles Market Leader
“Our career development philosophy is that every employee has the opportunity to lead. Our leadership framework defines what it means to lead at U.S. Bank.”

Kathy Rogers

Executive Vice President, Director of Stress Testing
 
  • Right now, you probably feel like a lot of information is being thrown at you — but don’t stress. Instead, take a look at this video and get some advice from employees who have been there, too!

    Finding a mentor, or being a mentor to others is one of the most rewarding things you can do as an employee. MentorConnect will be a great resource for you when you decide you’re ready to find or become a mentor. Watch this video to learn more about how you can make the most of a mentor relationship.

  • Where do I start?

    Let us help you! The New Employee Guide was created especially for new employees like you. If you haven't already read the guide, now's a great time to go through it and learn what to expect and where to focus your attention during your first week, month and beyond.

    New Employee Guide