U.S. Bank Jobs & Careers in Richfield, MN

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27 days ago

Quantitative Model Governance Analyst

US Bank Richfield, MN

Your Career is Here. Basic Qualifications - Master's degree or equivalent work experience with a quantitative emphasis in business, finance… US Bank


29 days ago

Business Process Manager Sr

US Bank Richfield, MN

will include: - Vendor Quality Assurance and Control (heightened expectations) - provide vendor meeting facilitation for RM’s and Stakeholders… US Bank


6 days ago

.Net Application Developer

US Bank Richfield, MN

-Performs and/or leads the technical design and development of complex application systems using existing and emerging technology platforms. -May… US Bank


4 days ago

Marketing Analytics Analyst

US Bank Richfield, MN

Acts as the business lead for the continued support and enhancement of an enterprise level operational CRM system. Works with multiple business and… US Bank


5 days ago

Internal Sales Representative

US Bank Richfield, MN

Your Career is Here. Basic Qualifications Ability to communicate effectively to customers and… US Bank


26 days ago

Consumer Product and Segment Business Analyst

US Bank Richfield, MN

This position is part of the Consumer Product and Segment group and provides analytic support to the Product Management Team. Support consists of… US Bank


11 days ago

Systems Administrator (Informatica System Administrator)

US Bank Richfield, MN

U.S. Bank is seeking a Systems Administrator with multiple OS support and troubleshooting experience to contribute toward the success of our… US Bank


12 days ago

Sr. Application Developer

US Bank Richfield, MN

--Ensures that expected application performance levels are achieved. --Designs, codes, tests, debugs, documents, maintains, and modifies computer… US Bank


11 days ago

Database Consultant

US Bank Richfield, MN

U.S. Bank is seeking a skilled Database Consultant with multi-platform and distributed database experience to contribute toward the success of our… US Bank


14 days ago

Program/Project Manager Sr

US Bank Richfield, MN

U.S. Bank is seeking an accomplished Senior Program/Project Manager with strong strategic and enterprise project management experience to contribute… US Bank


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    Good company to work for, but still have a long way to go.

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    Current Employee - Mainframe Developer  in  Richfield, MN (US)
    Current Employee - Mainframe Developer in Richfield, MN (US)

    I have been working at U.S. Bank full-time for more than 10 years

    Pros

    Depending on what location you're in, there are many opportunities for advancement. The bank has a mainframe developer training program to replace retiring mainframe developers which is phenomenal. Teamwork and collaboration are encouraged. Management places a huge emphasis on ethics. The CEO Richard Davis appears to genuinely care about his employees.

    Cons

    Some corporate locations aren't in public-transit-friendly areas. There tends to be lots of bureaucracy in both of processes and top-heavy management structure, especially in technology - all in the name of buzz words of "strategic alignment" and "best practices". I agree with the bank's "pay for performance" stance, but increases generally don't keep up with inflation. Although I realize this is a bank, many professional divisions are Monday-Friday day shift only which for me does not allow for an optimal work-life balance.

    In the technology area, management recently instituted 5% pay cuts across the board because they were "not meeting revenue goals"; which, in my mind, is a poor excuse to cut pay. Although I have been with the bank almost 13 years, I have started looking for another position outside of the bank solely based on that.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Continue working on pay. Cut down on the levels of management. Think of other ways to allow the professional-level employees to achieve a better work-life balance, such as allowing employees to work evenings/nights/weekends.

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