Time to Act
You're a talented team player who's always ready to try something new and has what it takes to adapt to any situation. Now that you've checked out the career options at National Bank:
- Do you want to work on a team that shares your values and feels like one big family?
- Are your goals and skills a perfect match for one of our postings?
- Are you ready for a new challenge?
- Are you interested in receiving notifications about new positions that match your profile?
If so, act now! Apply by following the steps outlined below.
Create an Online Profile
Create a profile to apply for jobs or receive job alerts about openings that match your skills. Complete our questionnaire about your fields of interest and expertise.
Good to know
You can edit your preferences or update your profile any time by logging in with your username. Your profile will remain active in our candidate bank for two years.
You've applied for a job. What are the next steps?
We receive your CV
You will receive an email acknowledging receipt of your application for the position. We will review all applications and contact selected candidates by phone.
If your application is successful, we'll contact you by phone to talk about your career goals and confirm your information. If your profile meets our needs, you'll move on to the next step. If not, we'll let you know by email within a timeframe set during the call.
If the telephone interview goes well, you'll be invited to a face-to-face interview. The manager who's looking for new talent will contact you to arrange the next steps.
Assessments and tests
Every job is different, and you may be asked to complete an assessment or test to evaluate your skills.
Final follow-up with candidates
At the end of the interview process, we'll let you know our decision. You'll also receive feedback from the hiring managers you met during your interview.
Make your application stand out
Submit a strong CV
You'll be asked to submit your CV along with the application. It should be no longer than two pages and start with a summary of your career. This is the perfect opportunity to describe yourself in a few sentences. Think about:
- What part of your day-to-day work inspires you?
- What accomplishments are you most proud of?
Remember that your CV should make you stand out for who you really are. Focus on drawing connections between your previous experience and the position you want. Your CV should show your career path, experiences, accomplishments and major projects. List your work experience in reverse chronological order (starting with your most recent position).
Prepare for the in-person interview
The interview process begins even before you set foot in the room. Preparation is key. It allows your personality to shine and increases your chances of success.
Before the interview
Think of simple, concrete examples that highlight:
- Your accomplishments
- Challenges or difficulties you've overcome
- Your ability to work on a team
- Your customer service skills
- Your ability to innovate and adapt to change
- Your values and career aspirations
- Any other skills, abilities or knowledge related to the position
Look beyond the job description and think about your strengths, your weaknesses and what you can bring to the position. Be yourself! It's the key to success.
During the interview
- Be concise.
- Listen attentively.
- Don't exaggerate successes or challenges (be yourself).
- Give specific, concrete answers.
- Provide examples to illustrate your qualities and skills.
- Be friendly, enthusiastic and polite.
- Click "Profile Login."
- Log in to your account. Make changes to the different sections by clicking "Edit."
- Click "Save" to save your changes.
I applied but I haven't heard back. What's happening with my application?
We always let our candidates know the status of their application. Successful candidates will be notified by phone. Other candidates will receive an email within six to eight weeks.
Do I have to apply to each job separately?
Yes. To make sure your application is considered, you should submit a separate application for each job that matches your profile. N.B.: You must submit your application through our career site; we do not accept paper applications.
I missed the deadline to apply for a position. Can I still submit my application?
We do not accept applications after the deadline has passed. However, we encourage you to create an online profile. Your profile will be visible to our managers and recruiters, who may contact you about other positions that might interest you. You can also set up email job alerts to notify you when a position that matches your criteria is posted.
Why was I sent a Request for additional information?
You received this message because the recruiter and/or manager needs more information to assess your application. By answering the questions, you can help speed up the processing of your application.
Can I edit my account options and preferences?
You can update your password, user ID, email address and job alert preferences by following these steps:
If you've been locked out of your account, wait and try again. It will unlock automatically. Accounts are locked after three unsuccessful login attempts.
I'm having technical issues. What should I do?
Send us your application by email. We'll get back to you shortly.
What is the minimum age to be eligible for a job at National Bank?
You must be at least 17 years old to work at National Bank.
Do I need a work permit to be employed by National Bank?
If you are not a permanent resident or citizen of Canada, you will need to obtain a work permit that meets government requirements before we can hire you. The candidate is responsible for this process.
Does National Bank recognize degrees obtained outside Canada?
Yes. However, we request that applicants provide degree equivalencies issued by the government. Each applicant is responsible for obtaining such documents and presenting them during the recruitment process.
What are the conditions of use for my career profile?
Who should I contact if I have questions about recruitment?
All important information about recruitment can be found on this page. Certain details can only be confirmed by the manager. If you are selected for an interview, you can ask your questions then.
Why are the National Bank job posting using only the masculine gender?
Diversity is an integral part of the Bank's values and commitments. In our job descriptions, the masculine gender designates both sexes with no discrimination intended, and is used only to facilitate reading.