At Wells Fargo we believe in the power of a conversation. It’s how we learn, how we grow, and how ideas spread. It’s at the heart of everything we do.
We ask questions. We listen. That’s how we help our customers succeed.
So when the conversation turns to your future, your success, talk to us.
We want to know how your story fits with ours and where we can go together.
We are a diversified financial services company providing banking, insurance,
investments, mortgage, and consumer and commercial finance through more
than 9,000 stores and 12,000 ATMs and the Internet at wellsfargo.com, across
North America and internationally.
Our headquarters are in San Francisco, but every local Wells Fargo store is a
headquarters for satisfying all our customers’ financial needs and helping them succeed financially. Our team members serve one in three households in America. And with $1.3 trillion in assets and nearly 275,000 team members across our 80+ businesses, we ranked fourth in assets and second in market value of our stock among our U.S. peers as of June 30, 2011. That’s our history. Lets talk about your story, and how together we can help our customers succeed.
Wells Fargo is committed to hiring and retaining diverse team members including Military Veterans, Veterans with disabilities, and transitioning Military personnel. We are working to increase diverse representation throughout the company and create an inclusive environment for all team members. When recruiting, we work with talent resources that focus on diversity and Veterans. We attend Veteran-focused job fairs and identify Military Veteran job seekers through resources like Military.com, Recruit Military.com, Hire Vets First, our internal Veterans’ Team Member Network and others. To learn more about career opportunities with our company, please visit us at www.wellsfargo.com/careers.
We also welcome you to visit our Military employment portal at www.wellsfargo-veterans.jobs. This innovative platform allows service men and women preparing to transition into civilian life to use their current Military Occupation Code (MOC) or Military Occupation Specialty (MOS) to easily find civilian jobs on corporate career sites. This technology provides the cornerstone all companies need to start effectively communicating their available employment opportunities to military men and women who are transitioning into civilian life.