City National Bank

Not all banks are created equal. City National was built by entrepreneurs for entrepreneurs. Doing the right thing for our clients, colleagues and communities is in our DNA. We'd be honored to meet you and talk about the possibilities.

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Be part of a team that takes pride in a strong service culture.

At City National, our team of colleagues delivers specialized and highly personal services to entrepreneurs, professionals, their businesses and their families. Relationships are more important than statistics. Results are more important than swagger. Hard work and dedication are rewarded.

City National is a subsidiary of Royal Bank of Canada (RBC), one of North America's leading diversified financial services companies.

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Meet our veterans

Ralph

Relationship Banker
U.S. Marine Corps - Sergeant, Ground Communication Technician
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Oscar

Commercial Banking Relationship Manager
U.S. Marine Corps - Sergeant, Special Asset Manager
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Oscar
Commercial Banking Relationship Manager
U.S. Marine Corps - Sergeant, Special Asset Manager
About
Oscar

I drive business development by delivering City National's customized financial solutions to mid-sized businesses in the New York tri-state region. I act as an advisor and single point of contact for existing and prospective clients of the bank. After separating from the military, I was introduced to CNB through a personal contact, who was also employed by the bank. The Marine Corps helped me develop skills that were essential to a successful transition, including the ability to focus on the details of the task at hand while also keeping in mind the overall mission of the unit, the discipline to remain calm and clearheaded in times of extreme stress, and the ability to adapt, improvise and overcome in a changing environment. CNB has provided me with every advancement opportunity I have pursued in my professional career thus far.

Oscar
's Advice

Try your best to figure out what you are good at, not what your dream job would be. What do you excel at? What have people complimented you on? Write your resume so it speaks to your strengths. When you see a job you like, weave in some of those buzz words. Above all else, put together a cover letter that speaks to your military experience and skills and how you go about tackling problems. Every job needs someone who can do that.

Astella

Treasury Product Manager
U.S. Army - Specialist, Field Medic
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Astella
Treasury Product Manager
U.S. Army - Specialist, Field Medic
About
Astella

I manage a banking product sold primarily to small and medium sized businesses. Every day, I am asked to show up and follow through my job to completion with teamwork, intuition, quick reaction and great customer service. I put my military background on my resume even though being a field medic has nothing to do with being a Treasury Product Manager. My hiring manager is a vet and he had just hired another team member who is a vet. While I didn't have the perfect technical background, my manager understood that my military experience armed me with skills that transferred into the job � plus I told him I would work my tail off.

Astella
's Advice

Try your best to figure out what you are good at, not what your dream job would be. What do you excel at? What have people complimented you on? Write your resume so it speaks to your strengths. When you see a job you like, weave in some of those buzz words. Above all else, put together a cover letter that speaks to your military experience and skills and how you go about tackling problems. Every job needs someone who can do that.

Jennifer

Group Product Manager, Commercial Payments
U.S. Marine Corps - Captain, Adjutant
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Jennifer
Group Product Manager, Commercial Payments
About
Jennifer

My primary responsibilities for Commercial Payments include strategic and tactical business planning, new product development, product enhancements, portfolio management, and management of key external relationships. In the military, there is a lot of pressure to get things done quickly with very few resources, and this philosophy is echoed in civilian life as well. My time in the service was a mental and physical challenge but I learned a lot about perseverance, grit, how to overcome obstacles and, most importantly, how to be mentally strong.

Jennifer
's Advice

The corporate world needs leaders—not managers—leaders. Use the discipline and skill you honed in the military to not just get things done, but get things done right.

U.S. Marine Corps - Captain, Adjutant
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