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Any one get PR as a banking advisor???

Discussion in 'Permanent Residence in Canada' started by Jaypal017, Nov 27, 2019.

  1. Please help me . I am working in RBC as banking advisor.
  2. What is your question? Have you looked at your CRS score? the various immigration programs? Have you worked a year?
  3. I would like to ask your opinion about my job duties and NOC code. I am a Banking Advisor at RBC .

    What will you do?
    • Proactively engage with clients in all areas of the branch and in the community, uncovering banking needs, providing help and advice, as well as identifying sales and referral opportunities
    • Focus on client education and demonstration, leveraging technology to deliver a memorable client experience, drive sales, and retain business
    • Respond to client-initiated contact, assisting them with a full range of financial transactions
    • Actively listen and engage clients in conversation to further understand their individual needs
    • Proactively take ownership of resolving and preventing client banking problems
    • Cultivate and maintain relationships with partners to make the most of business opportunities and referrals

    What do you need to succeed?
    • Mutual Funds accreditation, or willingness to obtain it (e.g., Investment Funds in Canada or the Canadian Securities Course)
    • Demonstrated passion for putting clients first, as well as success in a hands-on, target-driven sales environment
    • Problem-solving and people skills, with the ability to build strong relationships and proactively connect with clients
    • Flexibility, eagerness to learn, strong personal ethics, and a hunger for success
    • Digital literacy across a broad range of devices (e.g., smartphones, tablets, laptops, etc.)

    Work Hours/Week: 37.5
    Work Environment: Branch
    Employment Type: Permanent
    Career Level: Experienced Hire/Professional
    Pay Type: Salaried Required
  4. You know your job best. Very hard to comment.
  5. I am so confused. But thank you very much.

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