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Corporate Trainee- 18-Month Rotational Program- Begins June 2019

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Associated Bank Milwaukee , WI 53201

Posted 3 months ago

Equal Opportunity Employer

Associated Bank is an equal opportunity employer committed to creating a diverse workforce. We support a work environment where colleagues are respected and given the opportunity to perform to their fullest potential. We consider all qualified applicants without regard to race, religion, color, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or veteran status, among other factors. Applicants with a disability who need assistance applying for a position with Associated Bank are asked to email: colleaguecare@AssociatedBank.com or call: (800) 878-3282.

JOB SUMMARY

The Corporate Trainee program is a rotational introduction to the key corporate disciplines of Strategy, Marketing, and Finance. Other disciplines such as Human Resource Management or Risk Management may be part of the program on an individual basis. Trainees can either be recent graduates from college or colleagues who have been with the organization for up to 3 years and are looking to accelerate and/or redirect their career.

The Corporate Trainees will experience a combination of largely on the job training with selective classroom training to enhance their development. In three rotations (exact timing and sequencing may vary), the trainees will go through a structured sequence of tasks to learn the fundamentals of the discipline and start to contribute to day to day deliverables as early as possible.

KEY RESULT AREAS

  • Participation in project preparation and project management tasks

  • Participation in the creation of management reports

  • Data gathering and research

  • Contribution to complex analysis and stand alone performance of focused analytical tasks

  • The trainees will conclude each rotation with a compact project in which they demonstrate their proficiency under minimal guidance.

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Corporate Trainee- 18-Month Rotational Program- Begins June 2019

Expired Job

Associated Bank