Chase bank can actually trace its roots back to Aaron Burr’s The Manhattan Company which he founded in 1799. The Chase National Bank was formed almost 100 years later, in 1877, by John Thompson.
Their clients were mostly financial institutions and major corporations. In 1955 Chase National Bank and The Manhattan Company merged to form Chase Manhattan. Forty years later the bank would again merge this time with the Chemical Bank of New York, in 1996. Chase was not done making a statement of acquiring banking firms and they acquired the J.P. Morgan and Co.
Today the Chase bank is best known as JPMorgan Chase & Company after the largest bank merger to date. After the acquisition of Bank One in 2004, Chase also became the largest credit card issuer in the US. Chase is considered one of the Big Four banks in the US and has over 140,000 employees worldwide.
As with all banks, Chase has the usual array of positions available. You can work as a telephone banker in their call center, you can work as a teller in one of their many branches, or you could work as a personal banker assisting clients with their financial goals.
Chase has bank teller jobs available nationwide and also has mortgage loan officers at most of their branches. In this position you’ll be assisting customers with obtaining a loan or a refinance of a home loan. There is also branch manager positions. They also have auto finance underwriters who help with car loans.
They have auto finance documentation analysts who pour over the documentation to ensure everything is in order. While on the auto finance division there is also the customer service representative who helps customers with their questions or concerns and the auto finance collector who has the unpleasant job of reminding people of their past due balance.
Chase benefits include:
- Medical, dental and vision insurance plans
- Life and accident insurance
- Disability insurance
- Healthcare before-tax spending accounts
- Family Planning
- Maternity and paternity leave
- Back-up child care services
- Adoption assistance
- Eldercare programs
- Dependant before-tax spending accounts
- Retirement savings program
- 401(k) savings plan
- Retirement plan
- Employee stock purchase
- Wellness programs
- Wellness screenings and assessments
- Health coaches
- Counseling and guidance services
- Employee Assistance Programs & Work-Life assistance
- Employee programs
- Flexible work options
- Resources and referral programs
- Matching programs
- Volunteerism and grants
- Discounts on banking services, electronics, arts and entertainment, fitness programs, travel and more
- Tuition assistance
- Pre-tax commuter spending accounts
Getting your banking career start at Chase will help you build a good solid foundation in the banking industry. Afterall, they’ve been around for over 200 years!
Working around money always keeps you motivated to work harder as you’ll be able to see endless opportunities within the company. Fill out an online application today!
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