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Senior C++ Application Developer – new

US Bank Houston, TX

U.S. Bank is seeking a Senior Application Developer with design and development experience to contribute toward the success of our technology… CareerBuilder

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Wholesale Asst Rel Manager 3 – new

US Bank Houston, TX

include: analyzing financial data and preparing comprehensive written analyses, analyzing portfolio credit quality, assisting Relationship Manager in… Glassdoor

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U.S. Bank Chairman, President, and CEO Richard K. Davis
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    Laid back, all cultures and life styles welcome.

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    Current Employee - Small Business Specialist in Portland, OR (US)
    Current Employee - Small Business Specialist in Portland, OR (US)

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    Extremely professional work environment. If you can be successful at US Bank you can do well at any financial institution. Great reputation, US Bank is very conservative, our best interest is to be paid back so we don't overextend the customer. US will not take part in bad investments for example the mortgage crisis... While other banks were giving out insane mortgage rates to anyone, We kept our same lending guidelines the same, resulting in US not needing the "bail out" and not setting our customers up for failure.


    Compensation is low compared to other banks. It's joked about that US Bank is the training institution for all other banks. It is difficult to move up in house and when you do, the pay is usually considerably lower then someone who is hired on from another employer.

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    Pay BBO's more, We lose so much money training the Business Banking Officers, having them work for US for 2 years then move to another bank. In turn US Bank not only loses good employees but also gives other institutions the benefit of hiring a well trained employee with a possible book of business.

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