PNC Wealth Strategist II in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Position Overview At PNC, our people are our greatest differentiator and competitive advantage in the markets we serve. We are all united in delivering the best experience for our customers. As a Wealth Strategist II within the PNC Wealth Management organization, you will be based in Pittsburgh, PA or Philadelphia, PA. Other locations across the PNC footprint will also be considered.
Preferred skills/experience include:
Proficiency using eMoney
Ability to work with clients remotely
Develops, consults on and implements tax, estate and financial plans for clients. Collaborates with other more-senior planning resources on matters of complexity and specific subject matters. Partners in the acquisition of new clients. Retains, expands and deepens existing relationships.
Conducts and reviews research, as appropriate, and develops tax, estate and financial analyses and plans. Makes generally accepted recommendations to team and may make recommendations to clients. May provide direction to associates.
Retains and grows assets under management by working with clients, prospective clients, and Centers of Influence and providing advice and implementation.
Identifies solutions and PNC services as sales opportunities to enhance existing client relationships.
Develops new client relationships through networking, prospecting and referrals.
PNC Employees take pride in our reputation and to continue building upon that we expect our employees to be:
Customer Focused - Knowledgeable of the values and practices that align customer needs and satisfaction as primary considerations in all business decisions and able to leverage that information in creating customized customer solutions.
Managing Risk - Assessing and effectively managing all of the risks associated with their business objectives and activities to ensure they adhere to and support PNC's Enterprise Risk Management Framework.
Competencies Business Acumen - Knowledge, insight, and understanding of business concepts, tools, and processes that are needed for making sound decisions in the context of the company's business; ability to apply this knowledge appropriately to diverse situations.Client Relationship Management - Knowledge and ability to determine and satisfy client needs and maintain a partnering relationship during engagements; includes influencing, communicating, presenting, facilitating, managing and developing others.Decision Making and Critical Thinking - Understanding of the issues related to the decision-making process; ability to analyze situations fully and accurately, and reach productive decisions.Effective Communications - Understanding of effective communication concepts, tools and techniques; ability to effectively transmit, receive, and accurately interpret ideas, information, and needs through the application of appropriate communication behaviors.Investments - Knowledge of the investments business and ability to analyze and evaluate asset types, market and industry trends, major issues, and regulatory considerations.Networking - Generates productive relationships with internal and external partners that improve access to resources and expertise.Problem Solving - Knowledge of approaches, tools, techniques for recognizing, anticipating, and resolving organizational, operational or process problems; ability to apply this knowledge appropriately to diverse situations.Products and Services - Knowledge of major products and services and product and service groups; ability to apply this knowledge appropriately to diverse situations.Value Selling - Knowledge of the principles and practices for selling products, technology and services; ability to provide overall product/service 'value' and differentiating support offerings that address clearly understood customer needs. Work Experience Roles at this level typically require a university / college degree, with 3+ years of relevant / direct industry experience. Certifications are often desired. In lieu of a degree, a comparable combination of education and experience (including military service) may be considered. Education JD
Additional Job Description
PNC offers employees a comprehensive range of benefits to help meet your needs now and in the future. Depending on your eligibility, options for full-time employees include medical/prescription drug coverage (with a Health Savings Account feature); dental and vision options; employee and spouse/child life insurance; short- and long-term disability protection; maternity and parental leave; paid holidays, vacation days and occasional absence time; 401(k), pension and stock purchase plans; dependent care reimbursement account; back-up child/elder care; adoption assistance; educational assistance and a robust wellness program with financial incentives. To learn more about these and other programs, including benefits for part-time employees, visit pncbenefits.com > New to PNC (https://www.pncbenefits.com/newhire.html) .
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