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Bank of America Jobs & Careers in Los Angeles, CA


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21 days ago

Mortgage Loan Officer

Bank of America Los Angeles, CA +10 locations

In this ongoing sales role, the Mortgage Loan Officer continually identifies, develops and maintains a quality network of business relationships that… Bank of America


2 days ago

Middle Market Sr. Client Manager – Middle Market – new

Bank of America Los Angeles, CA

The Middle Market Banking group serves middle market companies and institutions with annual revenues up to $2 billion. The Sr. Client Manager (Sr… Bank of America


13 days ago

Investment Associate (FP)

Bank of America Los Angeles, CA

Industry Length of Service: 5 years, if currently not a Merrill Lynch Financial Advisor. Currently holds either Series 7 and 66 licenses or Series… Bank of America


22 days ago

Merrill Lynch Financial Advisor Program

Bank of America Los Angeles, CA +6 locations

PMD is a structured and disciplined program that demonstrates our ongoing commitment to the growth and progress of our Merrill Lynch Financial… Bank of America


25 days ago

Commercial Banking Market Manager (LA

Bank of America Los Angeles, CA

The LA Market Manager for the LA Metro market is a key market leader that is responsible for helping grow the LA Metro commercial banking market. The… Bank of America


26 days ago

GWIM Structured Credit Executive

Bank of America Los Angeles, CA

Product advocate for credit in a large geographic region. Originates sound new business through regional bankers. Provides credit direction… Bank of America


15 days ago

Portfolio Management Officer-CREB

Bank of America Los Angeles, CA

The Portfolio Management Officer (PMO) is a client-facing role within the Credit Products group of the Commercial Real Estate Banking (CREB) group of… Bank of America


5 days ago

Portfolio Management Officer III - Entertainment Industries Group

Bank of America Los Angeles, CA

• Provide support in all areas to senior members of the portfolio management and underwriting team • Lead and/or serve as a key deal team member… Bank of America


8 days ago

Full Time Teller- Bilingual Spanish Required- Downtown LA Market- 6th & Alvarado

Bank of America Los Angeles, CA

Professional tellers are responsible for providing a positive customer experience that leads to improved satisfaction and sales. Professional tellers… Bank of America


7 days ago

Downtown LA - Personal Banker - 6th-Alvarado Banking Center - Los Angeles, CA-Bi

Bank of America Los Angeles, CA

Personal Bankers (PBs) are responsible for offering and selling financial products and services (i.e. Credit Cards, CDs, Loans) to both consumer and… Bank of America


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    Pros

    In a non-branch environment you do not have the pressure placed upon you when it comes to pushing products. Your position is specific to the department you are in, and your performance is based on the quality of the job you do. In these positions management encourages personal growth and advancing oneself. Onsite managers are open to the associates ideas and concerns, and they will work with you in problem resolution-personal or in ones performance.

    Cons

    Since the Great Recession of 2009 job security is much less certain. Many areas in the mortgage section continue to be downsized due to still tight consumer loan qualifying, especially for refinancing. Departments which used to have 125 to 150 auditors now have 10 or 12. Other departments are moving associates to other area or laying. Until the economy improves for the consumer looking to buy or refinance, this section will continue to run lean or decline.

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    My advice to management is not to play games with your associates. In communicating with current associates there appears to be actions by management skirting the fine line of ethical and unethical-rethink this. Senior management should consider tenure and quality of work performed when basing their decisions on who is laid off.

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