ATB 101 Indigenous Summer Student Employment Opportunity
Wealth team is looking to hire an Indigenous student (ideally living in rural & Northern Alberta - anywhere north of Wetaskiwin; Maskwacis included here). The long term goal of the opportunity would be to hire an individual interested pursuing a prosperous career with ATB Wealth for many years to come. While being an ATB101 student below are some tasks we would be looking to fulfill:
Calling clients to book in for meetings
Holiday coverage for fellow FAAs (Financial Advisor Associates)
Strong communication skills
Thirst for education
Project work on how to present financial literacy to indigenous communities
This summer employment opportunity would run through our ATB 101 program comprehensive summer student employment program offered from May to August. Beyond their everyday duties, ATB 101 students take part in learning opportunities, mentorship, career development and complete a community project. As an ATB 101 student, you’ll contribute to ATB by powering possibility for clients and your team We want to create opportunities for all our team members to thrive. For our ATB 101 students, this means:
Earning wages at a minimum of $25/hr.
Full-time work during core business hours (MT). Virtual/remote work with some in-office opportunities.
Technology supplied by ATB, no need to bring your own device.
Access to change makers and empowering leaders who invest in your growth and development.
Accessible and inclusive roles.
Involvement in meaningful, strategic work that advances ATB's goals.
Gaining experience that will significantly impact your education and career.
Who we look for We may be a financial institution, but we know that it takes talent from all backgrounds and majors to make it possible for our clients. We look for students in all faculties and departments from a variety of post-secondary institutions across Canada. While education is important, transferable skills are a must-have for us. Attributes we’re seeking include:
A curious mind—someone who always asks “why” and follows through with execution.
The ability to identify opportunities for change.
An innovative, digital, entrepreneurial and growth-focused mindset.
A knack for collaborating and connecting with diverse groups.
Currently enrolled and/or returning to a post secondary institution, and recent graduates.
When to apply ATB 101 positions are typically posted starting in January. You can find opportunities posted on our careers page and at post-secondary career centre job boards.