Pittsburgh, PA (United States)
Number of Employees
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.
Meet a Fairygodboss at PNC Financial Services Group, Inc.
Account Manager, C&IB Treasury Management
Joined PNC: 2013
“I am proud to be a PNC employee because, even though we are a large organization, there is such a high focus placed on employee recognition and development. Working at a place where you truly feel valued encourages employees to work harder to make an impact on our customers’ experiences and our communities.”
I am an Account Manager within our Commercial Card Services organization. My team and I work with companies across the country who are utilizing Purchasing Cards for their business needs. We strive to provide an excellent customer experience and strategize opportunities for continued program growth. I, specifically, focus on customers who are located within the Southeast region of the U.S. – spanning from Baltimore down through Miami.
I am located in downtown Raleigh in our PNC Plaza office. I sit on the 21st floor, where there is an open floor plan with low-wall cubes to encourage collaboration. Though I am located in Raleigh and am lucky to have an office location nearby, I am a “remote” employee in that my management and my team members mostly are located in Pittsburgh. However, due to the technology that is provided to us, I am never more than a phone call or email away.
I started with PNC in 2012 as a summer intern in East Brunswick, NJ. I gained so much knowledge about the industry during this time, and this led me to my full-time role in Raleigh. Since starting full time with the bank in 2013, I have held two positions on two sides of our Treasury Management organization. The ability to adapt and continue to learn every day has continued throughout my career here at PNC.
The biggest adjustment you have to make when entering into an internship or analyst position is really adapting from being in a classroom to being in an office setting. PNC truly eases this transition by encouraging learning on the job and providing courses to help teach you the skills needed to excel in your role.
I was a Sales & Marketing major in college, and I never pictured myself working for a financial institution. PNC sold me with their culture and focus on employee development; however, my experience as an intern truly showed me there is more to a bank than issuing loans. I learned a tremendous amount, not only about my line of business, but about the industry as a whole and how multi-faceted it is.
Meet a Fairygodboss at PNC Financial Services Group, Inc.
Senior Scrum Master, Technology & Innovation
Joined PNC: 2014
“I am proud to work at PNC because the company supports values that I find important. Integrity and Diversity & Inclusion are especially relevant today, and PNC truly “walks the walk” and does the right thing. Their commitment to work/life balance, serving the communities where they operate and proactively working to limit impacts on the environment were also key reasons I was attracted to PNC.”
In my role as Sr. Scrum Master in Healthcare Advantage, I work as a “servant/leader” of a cross-functional Scrum team that creates software to support our internal and external customers. As an advocate of working in Agile, I love the interaction and collaboration this methodology encourages within my team and with other teams in our wing. Soft skills, such as building relationships and communicating clearly, are very important as a Scrum Master leads a team to continuously improve.
One of the great things about working at PNC is the ability to grow and progress in your career, even if it means moving to a different line of business within the company. I was originally hired in 2014 as a Sr. Project Manager in Retail Banking, where we followed the “waterfall” methodology, but after a few months, I transferred to the Virtual Wallet® application team. This team had just begun to try Scrum, so I was very excited to have the opportunity to develop my Scrum Master skills, while still handling the project management duties. My title was eventually changed to Scrum Master, and a new Project Manager was hired to support the four Virtual Wallet® Scrum teams we stood up during this time. In 2018, I became a Sr. Scrum Master in the Healthcare area of C&IB Technology, where I am continuing to learn about the application and improve my work skills.
Fresh out of college, I worked in several graphic design positions before finding a closer affinity with coordinating production for print projects. When the printing industry was heavily impacted by the advent of the web and online marketing, I took classes in HTML and digital image preparation. This led to positions where I created web pages and updated online content. I later returned to the production coordination role, but this time in the digital world. Eventually, I started managing IT project work and earned my Project Management Professional certification. When Agile was introduced at the company I was working at, I became a Certified Scrum Master, and then a couple years later received my PMI Agile Certified Professional certification. I believe that if you continue to learn new things and adapt to changes in the industry you currently work in, or would like to work in at some point, you will position yourself for success.
When I was younger, I was less confident but eager to learn, so I would provide the following advice:
- Don’t be afraid to ask questions. In many cases, it is the only way you’ll learn.
- Stand up for yourself when you know you are right. Sometimes people may be testing you to see what you know.
- Do not accept disrespect. Constructive criticism or dissent can, and should, be delivered in a non-hurtful way.
Meet a Fairygodboss at PNC Financial Services Group, Inc.
Project Manager, PNC Grow Up Great®– Community Affairs
Joined PNC: 2014
“I am proud to work for PNC because it is a company made up of hard-working and ethical employees whose No. 1 priority is our customers. As both an employee and customer myself, I can see the great work that PNC does for its customers, employees and communities.”
I work as a Project Manager on the Grow Up Great® Volunteerism Team. Every day, my team and I work to increase and sustain volunteering through Grow Up Great® across the company. I consult with Market Leaders across PNC’s footprint on volunteering strategies, ideas and engagement within their respective markets. I also help to identify early childhood education centers and organizations to potentially become volunteer partner organizations. Reporting is a huge part of my job, as my team constantly analyzes the number of employees volunteering, how often they volunteer and so much more, which is used for our Corporate Social Responsibility report.
At least once a month, I spend a day with the same pre-K classroom in one of the Pittsburgh Public Schools. I have volunteered in different ways, from assisting the teacher during a typical classroom day, to traveling on field trips and acting as an additional chaperone, to helping the teacher plan lessons using the Grow Up Great® Lesson Center. I get to see firsthand the positive impact that I have on the kids in the classroom, which reinforces my belief that it is so important for PNC to continue to focus on providing support and resources for quality early childhood education.
After graduating from the Human Resources Development Program, I switched sides and worked as a Learning and Development Specialist on the Corporate & Institutional Banking Development Program Management Team. During my time on that team, I supported 11 businesses within Corporate & Institutional Banking and worked closely with the analysts in the program. After spending a few years on the team, I switched gears and moved to my current role as a Project Manager on the Grow Up Great® Volunteerism Team, where I support all volunteerism efforts here at PNC.
Take advantage of this time in your career to really invest in learning every single thing that you can. Raise your hand for every project, read about the financial services industry in both internal and external articles, and meet with other employees to learn from them. One of my favorite parts of working for PNC is that employees are always happy to meet with others and share information about their job, their work experience and more. Simply meeting for coffee and asking questions about a team has helped me to further my career with PNC.
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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Women’s Business Advocacy
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
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- Women in workforce
- Women holding senior management
- Women directors on board
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
- 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
- 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 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:
- Remote Work
- Compressed Workweek
- Reduced Schedule Professional
- Job Sharing
- Remote working
- 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.
- 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.
- Lactation facilities
- Phased-in post-maternity return
- Yes, through our flexible work arrangement options.
- 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