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    Pittsburgh, PA (United States)

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For more than 160 years, we have been committed to supporting our customers, communities, employees and shareholders. At PNC, we are proud of our longstanding history of building strong communities that create financial opportunities for individuals, families and businesses.

The commitment to creating a differentiated experience for our customers is driven by our commitment to doing the same for our employees. That means providing employees with the opportunities to make an impact, develop and grow, and be part of an inclusive culture where everyone is valued. It’s how we make sure that we have the right people, in the right roles, doing their best work for our customers.

PNC also offers customers – from individuals and small businesses, to corporations and government entities – a wide range of products and services. No matter how simple or complicated your needs, we're sure to have the products, knowledge and resources necessary to help you meet your financial goals.

To find out more about a career with the right balance, visit www.pnc.jobs

Highlights from PNC Financial Services Group, Inc.
  • PNC Financial Services Group, Inc. Talita

    Meet a Fairygodboss at PNC Financial Services Group, Inc.

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      Business Analytics Manager, Risk Management – Enterprise Data Management

      Pittsburgh, PA

    Joined PNC: 2008

    “I am proud of PNC’s commitment to their communities. Taking part in programs such as Grow Up Great, United Way and our Employee Business Resource Groups (EBRGs) makes me grateful to work for this organization.”

    I grew up in Indonesia and moved to Malaysia when I was 17. I came to the U.S. for my undergraduate and master’s degree programs. My career path has progressed well at PNC since I joined 4 years ago. I now manage a diverse and dynamic group. PNC recognizes talent and hard work, and it is committed to developing its employees to meet their full potential.

    What I enjoy most about my role is leading a talented and committed team to meet the challenging field of risk analytics and reporting in the banking industry. You would think that reporting is static, but that’s not the case as risks and approaches are continuously changing. Constantly being challenged is what makes it a rewarding experience.

    The best career advice I’ve received is to lead with passion and kindness—it will reflect well on your team and the firm. When the focus is on your team, you can provide better coaching and training. When my team does well, it’s a clear reflection of my leadership.

    My advice to job seekers is to stay focused and be open to possibilities. Think about the end result, what you want to do and where you want to end up.

  • PNC Financial Services Group, Inc. Steffanie

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      Program Manager, Technology & Innovation

      Pittsburgh, PA

    Joined PNC: 2001

    “I’m proud to be a PNC employee because the door is always open. You can move around. Coming from Technology to Finance to Operations back to Technology, I was able to give my talents a different opportunity. Someone took a chance on me, and I was able to capitalize on it.”

    The skill that makes me most successful is my ability to adapt to change. I have to demonstrate acceptance of the change I am driving and relay to my clients or service partners that change can be scary, but it is also delivers new and exciting results. Being open to change comes naturally to me, but I recognize that it isn’t always as easily adopted by others. I have to be able to articulate the what, why, how and when a change is coming in a way that others can embrace and accept willingly.

    PNC supports my development by providing the opportunity to make intentional connections. I have had the opportunity to participate in various professional development initiatives in which I worked with others from different parts of the bank. Through these connections, I have been able to solve problems by reaching out to my network, meet others through my network, and discover opportunities that I would not have ordinarily pursued.

    I believe in the power of mentorship and, as such, I’m involved in Employee Business Resource Groups (EBRGs). I served as the President for the African-American EBRG where I was also a mentor, and I’m involved with Tech Connect and Women Connect. I also participate in American Corporate Partners (ACP) – it’s a mentorship program that connects me, as the mentor, to a military veteran entering the workforce, as the mentee. ACP has recognized PNC as one of their top partners.

    If I could speak to my younger self, I would tell myself to network more early on. I was very heads down and expected my work to speak for itself. I was hesitant to put myself out there. The other would be, don’t be afraid. There’s nothing that I do that can’t be fixed. Don’t let perfection get in the way of excellence. When you do fail, you tend to beat yourself up – it’s ok! Learn from it!

  • PNC Financial Services Group, Inc. Gina

    Meet a Fairygodboss at PNC Financial Services Group, Inc.

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      Group Segment Manager, Retail Banking – Product & Pricing

      Pittsburgh, PA

    Joined PNC: 2008

    “I really feel like, as an organization, we live up to our core values. I don’t want to say it’s like a family because that sounds cheesy; but we’re really good with teamwork, collaboration and caring about one another. I think having that internal culture translates to our customers as well.”

    As a Segment Manager, I need to have a horizontal view across all of Retail. My team and I work closely with all of the different product areas, marketing teams and channel partners. Our core focus is to create great customer experiences. We think about customer needs and how we connect those different touch points back to create a cohesive experience for them.

    You have to be adaptable because things change a lot, especially timelines. We bring customers in from time to time to test products and services. You have to help them understand the strategic vision, even when it might be ambiguous at times. We value customer insight and use that feedback in larger, strategic conversations.

    My first job was a life guard and swim instructor. I always say that I feel like these roles prepared me for life because you had to be very detail oriented and attentive. It helped ingrain, from such an early age, a sense of responsibility. Those leadership and influencing skills are necessary in my role today.

    If I could speak to my younger self, I would say to stick to your gut. I feel that early on in your career it’s harder to do because you feel you need to build credibility; but there’s also something to be said for having the conviction to stand up for what you think is the right path forward.

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What Women Should Know about Working At PNC Financial Services Group, Inc.

PNC has championed female entrepreneurs, working moms and financial decision-makers for decades. Today, women make up almost 60% of our workforce, and one-third of both our Board of Directors and senior leadership team.

We encourage professional and personal development through our Women in Business Summit, Women in Business Week and Women Connect Employee Business Resource Group (EBRG). EBRG members inspire each other to cultivate leadership skills, seize growth opportunities and reach their full potential. A subgroup, TECH Connect, supports women in technology careers and has aligned with the National Center for Women & Information Technology.

PNC, in partnership with Forté Foundation, has also launched the Men as Allies program to promote self-awareness, gender acumen and allyship. We believe this initiative will help serve as a blueprint for the future of our inclusive and engaging culture.

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PNC provides equal opportunity to qualified persons regardless of race, color, sex, religion, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, veteran status, or other categories protected by law. ©2018 PNC Bank. Member FDIC

Gender diversity statistics

    • Women in workforce
    • 60%
    • Women holding senior management
    • 30%
    • Women directors on board
    • 36%

Programs, initiatives, groups

    • Additional information
      • Women Connect is the largest of PNC’s Employee Resource Groups, founded 10 years ago as a grass roots effort at PNC’s operations in Kansas City. Two years later, EBRGs became an enterprise-wide effort, and today there are chapters in 18 markets, as well as a Virtual Chapter to deliver programming and connect employees across the footprint.  The mission of PNC Women Connect is to advance women’s leadership in business through programs which positively impact employees, clients and communities.  Approximately 10,000 employees (men and women) participate in Women Connect activities each year.
      • Women’s Business Development is an enterprise wide focus on delivering superior products and services through an exceptional customer experience for female financial decision makers. The heart of this program are 2,000+ PNC-Certified Women’s Business Advocates (WBAs). Any employee can become a PNC-Certified WBA. Many women see this outreach to female clients as a differentiator and another sign that PNC is a great place for women to work.
      • PNC also many internal employee groups, programs or initiatives that support women at your company:
        • C&IB Forward
        • Men as Allies
        • Tech Connect
    • Unconscious bias training
    • Yes
    • Internal mentorship / sponsorship programs
    • Yes, internal mentorship programs
    • Internal employee networking
    • Yes, through our Employee Business Resource Groups (EBRG), which include African American, Asian American, Inter-Generational, Latino, Military, Multicultural, Disability Awareness, LGBTQ, Emerging Professionals & Women Connect. From these 10 EBRG groups, there are 68 chapters in which approximately 14k employees participate across 21 PNC markets.
    • Diversity initiatives / processes for recruiting
    • Yes,
      • As an organization we partner with external organizations to recruit diverse talent. This is done through national conference participation, regional networking and recruiting initiatives, as well as hosting in-house summits for both professionals and junior talent. 
      • PNC has been part of the Military Spouse Employer Advisory Council and a partner with the US Chamber of Commerce Hiring Our Heroes (HoH) program for the past 3 years.  This membership on the advisory council and participation has allowed us to be active in the pipelining of military spouse talent.  PNC has hosted military spouse events at Wright Patterson and Patrick AFB in addition to attending other Military spouse events in our footprint and being an active member of the council. The spouse efforts impact over 90% of the council’s women population.

Flexible working

    • Flexible working policies
    • PNC recognizes employees as individuals who need to balance their work and home responsibilities. That’s why we support informal flexibility and have established six formal flexible work arrangements:

      • Telecommuting
      • Remote Work
      • Compressed Workweek
      • Flextime
      • Reduced Schedule Professional
      • Job Sharing
    • Remote working
    • Yes
    • Part-time working
    • Yes, either through a Job Share or a Reduced Schedule Professional flexible work arrangement. A Reduced Schedule Professional arrangement is the opportunity for an employee in an exempt position to work three to four days per week with reduced pay and vacation while maintaining all other full-time benefits.

Parental Leave

    • Overview: Parental leave policies
    • Eligible employees may take up to six work-weeks of time off, paid at 100 percent of regular salary, to care for and bond with a new child.
      • Parental Leave is available to the biological or adoptive parent and to the legal spouse/domestic partner of the birth or adoptive parent.
      • Onsite Well-being Center that provides acute and primary care, as well as physical therapy. Available in Pittsburgh and Miamisburg, OH.
    • Paid maternity leave
    • Eligible birth mothers receive 10 work-weeks of Maternity Leave, payable at 100 percent of eligible compensation. Eligible birth mothers also receive six work-weeks of Parental Leave (see above).
    • Unpaid maternity leave
    • PNC provides eligible employees with up to 12 weeks of unpaid, job-protected Family and Medical Leave (FML) in a 12-month period for eligible events.
    • Paid paternity leave
    • Through PNC’s parental leave policy described above, eligible employees may take up to six work-weeks of time off, paid at 100 percent of regular salary, to care for and bond with a new child.
    • Unpaid paternity leave
    • PNC provides eligible employees of any gender with up to 12 weeks of unpaid, job-protected Family and Medical Leave (FML) in a 12-month period for eligible events.
    • Adoptive paid leave
    • Through the parental leave policy described above, eligible employees may take up to six work-weeks of time off, paid at 100 percent of regular salary, to care for and bond with a new child.

Maternity-Related Benefits

    • Lactation facilities
    • Yes
    • Phased-in post-maternity return
    • Yes, through our flexible work arrangement options.

Care-taking benefits

    • Back-up childcare
    • Yes, greatly subsidized by PNC.
    • On-site childcare
    • Yes, at certain locations and greatly subsidized by PNC
      • Great Start Program: Up to eight weeks of full-time, greatly-subsidized, onsite childcare as a parent returns to work after the birth or adoption of a child. Available in Pittsburgh and Philadelphia.
    • Childcare subsidies
    • Yes, access to a dependent care reimbursement account. In addition, back-up childcare is greatly subsidized by PNC.
    • Elder-care benefits
    • Yes

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