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Wells Fargo, Leadership Pipeline Program – Summer Analyst 2014, Application Deadline, BTT Gateway Job ID 7943

Wed, January 22, 2014

The Wholesale Banking division of Wells Fargo provides comprehensive financial solutions to corporate clients in every major industry. Our clientele is comprised of large multinational corporations, middle market companies, developers and investors (public and private) in the commercial real estate market, financial institutions, private equity firms and government entities. 

The Leadership Pipeline Program Summer Analyst Program is a competitive, non-rotational intern program that provides broad exposure to various business segments of Wholesale Banking. The 10-12 week program focuses on practical hands-on learning and provides the opportunity to gain an understanding of Wells Fargo’s operations, business strategies, and corporate culture. Positions are available in domestic financial centers including: San Francisco, Minneapolis and Charlotte. Based on candidate preference and business need, summer analysts will be placed in one of four functional capacities described below. 

Sales and Client Services 
Typical assignments include: updating and analyzing prospect information stored in CRMs to identify sales opportunities; participate in client meetings to learn product and service capabilities and sales strategies; develop analytical skills by participating in data mining and customer analytics projects. 

Project Management 
Typical assignments include: developing an implementation strategy for a new application or sales tool; developing and implementing strategies for increasing cross sell activity; developing and implementing staffing models and resource management tools for projects; manage projects associated with identifying alternate product solutions. 

Typical assignments include: Operational Workflow analysis, investment reporting, client service and competitive information, analysis of operational product pricing/profitability, quarterly forecasting and annual budgeting process, revenue allocation, settlement of trade activity, company valuations, research summaries, and special projects. 

Typical assignments include: assisting with a variety of technology initiatives, assisting with the business requirements associated applications, designing and coding a software application, setting up internal website for project management and changing management tracking, reporting, etc 

Summer Analysts receive a comprehensive professional and educational experience by joining a business group and working alongside team members who are experts in their fields. In addition, the program offers organized activities that allow participants to meet senior executives, network with others interns, and form lasting friendships. These include: 

- A mentor who will be your resource, coach and confidant, available to answer your questions, help you through challenging situations, and give you feedback throughout the course of the summer. 

- A speaker series featuring Wells Fargo’s top leaders, where you can gain insight into how to make the most of your summer experience, and learn about current trends in the financial markets. 

- Organized activities that promote community involvement and networking with other summer and full-time analysts across business lines. 

Analysts who successfully complete the Summer Analyst Program are considered for the full time Leadership Pipeline Program upon graduation. 

1st Round – 30 minutes 
Location – on campus, by phone or in the office 
• Interview with Program Manager 
• Evaluated based on the qualifications set forth above. 

2nd Round – 30 minutes 
Location – On site at Wells Fargo, or by phone 
• Interviewed by Line of Business Manager 
• Evaluated on six areas: knowledge of accounting/finance concepts, sales/marketing ability, interpersonal skills, career focus, and knowledge of Wells Fargo. 

Candidates must demonstrate a combination of academic aptitude, quantitative skills, personal motivation, and distinguished written and oral communication skills. Analysts are required to manage several projects at once and work effectively as an individual and as part of a team. Preference is given to those with the following skills: 

 Bachelor’s degree candidate with an expected graduation in December 2014 or May/June 2015 
 Advanced knowledge of working with Microsoft Office Suite 
 Demonstrated leadership ability and team participation in college, extracurricular or work related environments 
 Strong oral and written communication/interpersonal skills 
 Demonstrated problem solving skills, and ability to manage multiple priorities 
 Proven track record for taking initiative 
 Demonstrated creativity and flexibility 
 Track record for success in academics and extracurricular activities. 
 Strong interest in financial markets. 
 Excellent communication and presentation skills. 

In addition to the professional qualifications outlined above, we are specifically looking for interns who have the following background: 
 Energetic self-starter who is flexible, conscientious, proactive, and detail-oriented; 
 Ability to interact confidently and professionally with clients and managers; 
 Ability to work independently, prioritizes multiple tasks, and takes on new challenges; and 
 Ability to work as part of a highly dynamic and interdependent team. 

*Along with your resume, you must include a cover letter expressing which Track you are interested in applying for. 

Wells Fargo will not sponsor visas for these positions, and will not hire individuals whose work eligibility is based on their F-1 or other student visa status. Candidates must be authorized to work in the United States on a permanent basis.

See BTT Gateway Job ID 7943. Application Deadline 1/21

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