Bank of America is hiring for more than 10,000 positions. Here's where and what.

5 months ago by Joshua Fruhlinger in Facts
Bank of America headquarters in Charlotte, NC

Bank of America Corporation ($NYSE:BAC), as of Frday, June 22, has 10,593 open positions according to its own job sites (and according to tracking data from the Thinknum Datalab).

While that may sound like a lot of positions — and it is — it's worthwhile to note that Bank of America is the second largest bank in the United States in terms of assets behind JPMorgan Chase. JPMorgan Chase's total assets are listed at $2,534 vs. Bank of America's $2,281 in billions.

The bulk of the open positions at Bank of America are in the US, with most at its Charlotte, North Carolina headquarters. New York City comes in a relatively close second.

City

State

Title (Count)

Charlotte

NC

1,109

New York

NY

676

Chicago

IL

295

San Francisco

CA

213

Plano

TX

144

Pennington

NJ

139

Jacksonville

FL

135

Los Angeles

CA

118

Atlanta

GA

115

Dallas

TX

112

London

92

Phoenix

AZ

91

Boston

MA

85

Houston

TX

85

Gurugram

Haryana

82

San Diego

CA

77

Las Vegas

NV

77

San Jose

CA

72

Hyderabad

Telangana

68

Nashville

TN

63

As for the types of positions being filled, a large majority are for Client Service Representatives. These are the touchpoints for the company — the customer commuicators and the upsellers for additional financial services — so it's no surprise that Bank of America would be focused on growing this practice.

Title

Title (Count)

Client Service Representative

1,020

Financial Advisor Development Program

430

Client Associate

160

Financial Advisor Business Development Program

145

Registered Client Associate

96

Financial Advisor Planning Development Program

72

Financial Center Lending Officer

46

Analyst

38

Quantitative Finance Analyst

36

Analyst I - Apps Prog

34

We'll be doing a similar snapshot for other large US banks this week, including aforementioined JPMorgan Chase. We'll also be taking a look at Wells Fargo and Citigroup before the end of the week.

Joshua Fruhlinger

Joshua has been writing about technology, lifestyle, and business for over 20 years. He's one of the original writers and editors for Engadget, and still writes a...

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