Business & Research Support Services Librarian

The Business & Research Support Services Librarian manages Lippincott Library’s research support services, a high touch operation which provides a critical link between the library and the faculty and scholars of the Wharton School. This service moves beyond standard document delivery, assisting faculty and researchers in transforming information into research-ready formats and providing expert advice on content and research management. This position works collaboratively with the other Lippincott librarians to design and deliver research and instructional services, as well as partnering with colleagues across the Penn Libraries system to develop services that support academic engagement across campus. This position conducts research consultations; offers course-integrated instruction and workshops; supports the discovery, use, and management of text and data; raises awareness of resources and services; and creates and maintains research guides and other research support tools including Lippincott’s flagship Business FAQ.


Job Description

Duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to:

Provide leadership in planning, implementing, and promoting resource delivery, content and data management and other research support services to meet the needs of Wharton students, faculty and staff.

Collaborate with departments across the Penn Libraries to develop innovative research support services Evaluate and recommend new technologies and services to improve processes and workflows and actively assist in implementation.
Develop and grow liaison relationships with several of the Wharton School’s academic departments and research centers or constituent groups to support teaching, learning and research activities.
Work collaboratively with a team of librarians to deliver business information support services across all phases of research, teaching and learning using a range of technologies.
Create and maintain guides to information resources and other digital learning objects and maintain and improve knowledge base of frequently asked questions.
Establish, design and teach specialized classes and workshops.
Represent Lippincott Library in library-wide and Wharton School working groups and committees, as well as appropriate professional organizations.
Participates in general Penn Libraries research consultation and chat reference service and in other Penn Libraries-wide initiatives such as the Critical Writing Program.
Perform additional duties as assigned.


Master’s degree or equivalent graduate education in library or information science/management.
Excellent interpersonal, organizational and communication skills.
Demonstrated ability to work independently and to manage projects.
Ability to manage multiple priorities and meet deadlines.
Ability to establish effective relationships with diverse constituencies and to promote teamwork, diversity, equity and inclusion.
Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
2-3 years experience in a business-focused library or information service.

Coursework, advanced training or degree in business, statistics, economics or a related subject.
Experience conducting library presentations or teaching in an academic environment.
Supervisory experience.
Knowledge of citation management or research organization tools.
Familiarity with data analysis (text, numeric, etc.).
Experience with a statistical or general-purpose programming language (R, Python, etc.).
Application Requirement:
A Cover Letter and Resume/CV are required to be considered for this position. Please upload your Cover Letter where it asks you to upload your Resume/CV; multiple documents are allowed.


Budgeted Pay Range:
$60,000 — $69,000 commensurate with education and experience.




Job Location – City, State

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania


Department / School

University Library

Affirmative Action Statement
Penn adheres to a policy that prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, creed, national or ethnic origin, citizenship status, age, disability, veteran status, or any other legally protected class.

Special Requirements
Background check required after a conditional job offer is made. Consideration of the background check will be tailored to the requirements of the job.

University Benefits

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About Us

The University of Pennsylvania’s special character is reflected in the diversity of the Penn community. We seek talented faculty and staff who will constitute a vibrant community that draws on the strength that comes with a substantive institutional commitment to diversity along dimensions of race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, age, religion, disability, veteran status, interests, perspectives, and socioeconomic status. Grounded in equal opportunity, nondiscrimination, and affirmative action, Penn’s robust commitment to diversity is fundamental to the University’s mission of advancing knowledge, educating leaders for all sectors of society, and public service. The University of Pennsylvania prohibits unlawful discrimination based on race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, creed, national or ethnic origin, citizenship status, age, disability, veteran status, or any other legally protected class.

Library Director

The National Forest Service Library (NFSL) plans to advertise the following position very soon. Please circulate this outreach notice to as many potential candidates as possible; we are seeking a diverse pool of qualified applicants. If you are interested in this position, please email Chelcy Miniat [ ] for an outreach form to complete and send back. You will be notified when the position is announced on You need to apply for the position through the official website following the procedure.

Library Director, GS-1410-14/15

About this Position

This permanent, full-time position is a Library Directory at the GS-14 or GS-15 level (about $116,000 to $177,000 plus benefits). The National Forest Service Library (NFSL) provides high quality scientific and technical information services to all employees of the USDA Forest Service.  Primary customers are scientists and natural resource professionals.  The library’s headquarters is in Fort Collins, Colorado with specialized branches in Madison, Wisconsin and San Juan, Puerto Rico. This PERMANENT position is the Library Director of the National Forest Service Library

The duty station will be the National Forest Service Library headquarters located at the Rocky Mountain Research Station in Ft. Collins, CO.

The position has overall responsibility for the oversight and administration of the Library, including long-range planning and establishing program goals and objectives.  The incumbent will be expected to utilize expert knowledge of library administration and management techniques to perform original and authoritative development work in all functional areas of the library to meet the unique requirements of the USDA Forest Service.  The Library Director will also be expected to establish and maintain effective working relationships within and outside of the Forest Service to coordinate activities, to evaluate user needs, and to share information for strategic planning and operational purposes.

The Library program is comprised of a staff of 18 or more professional and technical employees, a main library in Fort Collins, CO, branch libraries in Madison, WI and San Juan, PR, and collections of well over 500,000 items in a wide range of disciplines including natural resources, forestry, entomology, wildlife, biology, botany, zoology, social sciences, recreation, hydrology, and engineering.

The majority of NFSL digital resources are distributed through an intranet web site that is not available outside the Forest Service. A publicly accessible web site with limited content (including the library catalog) is available at

This position is permanent, full-time, and may be eligible for telework and other flexible work arrangements, but it is not a virtual position. Government housing is not available.

Qualification Requirements

Those who are interested must meet the qualification requirements for the GS-1410 series that are covered by the U. S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM) Qualification Standards for General Schedule Positions – Professional and Scientific Positions. The OPM Qualification Standards Handbook Manual is available for review at any federal personnel office or on the Internet at:

Education, training, or experience of the candidate should demonstrate, e.g., ability to manage or direct a library, group of libraries, or library system; ability to plan, organize, and direct the development and execution of library programs, policies, and procedures; ability to plan or conduct management studies, public relations, and educational activities, ability to plan, develop and carry out administrative activities of the library or library system concerned with budget and finance, personnel, plant and equipment, etc.

About the Community

Located in northern Colorado, Fort Collins is home to Colorado State University and an outstanding public school system. Nestled at the base of the Rocky Mountains, Fort Collins offers exciting recreational opportunities, unique cultural offerings, and is a regional center for employment and shopping. Throughout the year, live music and entertainment, as well as great local dining, can be found throughout the historic downtown area. Fort Collins offers the convenience of a small town with all the amenities of a larger city. Learn more about the Fort Collins area at the city website,

To apply for this position:

·         Go to USAJOBS

o   You must set up or have an existing USAJOBS profile.

o   Search/locate the announcement number.

o   Select position(s) and location(s) you are interested in and begin the application process.

o   You must complete and submit your application by the closing date specified on the announcement.


Access Services Associate (part-time)

Job Title: Access Services Associate

Apply at: (resume and cover letter required)

Job Type: Part-Time, 19 hours per week, preferably during the traditional workday (8-6) but with some flexibility

Position Reports to: Head of Access Services

Position Summary: The Access Services Associate assists in all aspects of resource sharing.


A Bachelor’s degree is required for this position. Preference will be given to candidates with an MLIS degree or who are currently students in an MLIS program and/or those with 2 years academic library experience. Familiarity with ILLiad, OCLC WorldShare, and Koha or another integrated library system is preferred but not required.

Duties and Responsibilities:

Resource Sharing:

  • Process interlibrary loan (ILL) borrowing requests and lending requests.
  • Maintain accurate ILL records and follow up on errors and problems.
  • Communicate daily with librarians and staff at other institutions to facilitate resource sharing.
  • Assist Head of Access Services in issuing invoices for lost materials, receive and process bills from other institutions for both ILL and EZBorrow resource sharing systems.
  • Stay current on issues of copyright as it pertains to resource sharing.
  • Maintain the ILL manual specific to the JKM Library’s policies and procedures.
  • Keep up-to-date on ILLiad software updates, trends, and best practices.
  • Collect ILLiad & EZBorrow statistics for monthly report.
  • Work closely with liaison librarians to create lists of items requested for collection development purposes.


  • Process course reserve items and collect statistics each semester.
  • Assist Head of Access Services in creation of library hold lists and letters for billing.
  • Serve as backup to Head of Access Services for questions from Library Access Services Aides about circulation, EZBorrow, and ILLiad.
  • Stay current on issues of copyright as it pertains to course reserves.
  • Work with Head of Access Services to ensure all graduating students return their library materials.


  • Other duties as assigned.


Physical Requirements:
Hear:     Continuous                                                         Sit:          80%
Speak:  Continuous                                                        Stand:   20%
See:       Continuous with 20/20 acuity                    Walk:     20%
Stoop/Bend/Kneel/Squat:  10%                                  Write:   80%
Use telephone:  10%                                                       Push/Pull:  5%
Use computer:  90%
Reach above shoulders:   5%
Fine hand manipulation: 25%

Data Engineer

A day in the Life:

  • The Data Engineer will take the ownership of the Functional Data Domain, gather business/functional knowledge
  • Their core responsibility will be to combine large volumes of disparate complex data, conduct quality checks on the data, manipulate the data and ensure continuous access to a clean format of the operational data for data scientists and other customers
  • Drive the implementation of the analytical solution by working with Functional team to understand requirements, data sources and business rules; and leading the development team to build, test and deploy the solution
  • Gather knowledge of the business, functions, and their data analysis needs along with business’s relationship with the Data
  • Identify relationships across multiple source systems; and create reference data with the help of data stewards
  • Design the Dimensional Data Model, Data Engineering Pipelines, Data Quality and Validation rules based on the business requirements and rules that would include any error handing, exception management and data quality routines to expose the anomalies in the data
  • Finalize the technical Source-to-Target mapping to develop the data pipelines from source systems to the dimensional model
  • Ensure that the Unit and Integration tests complete successfully
  • Drive the QA/UAT with the Functional users and ensure a deployment to higher environments
  • Designs and jointly develops the data architecture with data architect and ensures security and maintenance
  • Identifies gaps and implements solutions for data security, quality and automation of processes
  • Supports maintenance, bug fixing and performance analysis along data pipeline
  • Diagnoses existing architecture and data maturity and identifies gaps

Special Collections Summer Fellowships at Princeton University

Princeton University Library’s Department of Special Collections is now accepting applications until March 1 for the 2023 Special Collections Summer Fellowships, hosted at Firestone Library and Mudd Library. The fellowships provide a summer of paid work experience for two current or recent graduate students interested in pursuing a career in special collections libraries or archives, as well as funding to attend one North American-based conference of the fellow’s choosing. Please see the announcement on the Special Collection Website for more details, and email with any questions.

This ten- to twelve-week residency program, which can begin as early as May, will be paid at a rate of $30.50 an hour (or $1100 weekly) (subject to state/local/federal taxes). In addition, expenses for attending one North American-based conference of the fellow’s choosing (travel, registration fees, and hotel) will be covered by Princeton University Library.

Library Circulation Clerk

Mt. Lebanon Public Library is located in the South Hills of Pittsburgh, and is a member of the Allegheny County Library Association. We are looking for friendly, helpful individuals who enjoy working with the public and as part of a team; and will help us carry out our mission to provide for all patrons an inclusive, welcoming environment of intellectual enrichment, creativity and enjoyment, and a forum to exchange ideas by providing top-tier programs, materials, services, and community support.

Starting wage is $13.10/ hour, minimum 20 hours per week, with step increases at 12, 24, and 36 months as well as annual cost of living adjustments and PTO. Some evening and weekend hours required. This is an in-person customer service position – no work from home or virtual option is available.

We are accepting applications through Monday, January 23. For the full job posting and application link, please visit:


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Data Manager (Contractor)

Position description

Seeking a data manager/computer scientist to support a program using autonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs) and machine vision for quantifying biological and physical features of the lakebed to support fisheries management decision making at multiple scales across the Great Lakes.  The AUVs gather large volumes of color and grayscale imagery near the lakebed.  These data are, in turn, used to quantify three-dimensional lakebed structure, classify geologic substrates, and count fishes and other organisms using algorithms contributed by multiple collaborators.  The primary roles of the data manager will be to help (1) manage large quantities of robotics data, including imagery, point clouds, raster data, and more; (2) add new incoming field data to the dataset while maintaining data integrity and security; (3) create a comprehensive database for the organization and query of data; (4) apply algorithms and scripts to generate science products; (5) and coordinate with external partners engaged in data pipeline engineering.  The contractor should expect to work 40 hours per week (except during holidays and leave).

Why work for USGS?

As the Nation’s largest water, earth, and biological science and civilian mapping agency, the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) collects, monitors, analyzes, and provides scientific understanding about natural resource conditions, issues, and problems.  In the Great Lakes region, USGS is the federal organization responsible for monitoring fisheries status and trends in support of the interjurisdictional fisheries management.  The diversity of our scientific expertise enables us to carry out large-scale, multi-disciplinary investigations and provide impartial, timely, and relevant scientific information to resource managers, planners, and other customers related to the health of our ecosystems and environment, natural hazards that threaten us, natural resources we rely on, and the impact of climate and land-use changes.  For more information about the USGS please visit


Necessary skills and knowledge include:

·         A recent (graduated within the last year) Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree in data management, database management, information science, information systems management, computer science, statistics, mathematics, or engineering.

·         Ability to manage and maintain large quantities of data.

·         Specialized experience, knowledge, or coursework using Python and R for data processing and analysis.

·         Experience with writing metadata documentation and adding/editing image metadata information.

·         Familiarity with Linux and Windows operating systems.

·         Strong organization and documentation skills.

·         Ability to form a plan and adapt it as issues arise.

·         Ability to multi-task and work collaboratively in a team setting.

·         Able to express oneself effectively in both written and verbal forms.

·         Applicant is willing to learn, improve their skills, and keep current in their field.

Desired Qualifications:

·         Experience working with robotics data and ROS.

·         Knowledge of computer systems, network architecture, cloud computing, and supercomputers.

·         Experience with computer vision techniques.

·         Proficiency with photo and video editing software.

·         Experience, knowledge, or coursework creating and managing databases – SQL preferred.

·         Knowledge and experience working with, managing, transmitting, and storing large datasets and backup systems.

To apply:

·         Email 2-page resume and a cover letter to Dr. Peter Esselman (

·         Cover letter should highlight the ways that your interests, education, and experience make you the ideal candidate for the position.

·         Suitable candidates will be interviewed as applications are received until the position is filled.

Digital Experience Team Summer Intern Program

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. We work together each day to foster an inclusive workplace culture where all of our employees feel respected, valued and have an opportunity to contribute to the company’s success. As an Intern within PNC’s Digital organization, you will be based in Pittsburgh, Cleveland, Birmingham, Dallas, Columbus, or Kalamazoo.

Job Description

Digital Experience Undergraduate Intern

As a PNC Intern, you will participate in a “best-in-class” internship program. During this 10-week program, you will have the opportunity to gain exposure to a specific line of business, expand the tools you need to launch your career and complement your education with real-world job experience.

Retail’s Digital team develops and delivers digital banking and lending technology from Online Banking to PNC’s suite of mobile banking apps and our ATM capabilities. The Digital team is a back-office group tasked with staying on top of the latest customer trends and preferences to continually enable customers with the ability to bank when, where and how they want. The Digital team fully supports Retail’s “Digital First” efforts to create banking solutions within channels outside of the branch giving customers the latest banking and lending technology that is both easy to use and secure.


This team has produced features, products and services like the PNC Mobile Banking app, Card-Free ATM Access, Online Banking, card travel notifications and many more. The team also works with FinTech companies to bring the latest digital capabilities to PNC customers such as peer-to-peer payments through Zelle. The team also supports the Retail National Expansion efforts.


As a Digital Experience Intern, you will:

  • Assist senior leaders and managers by creating pieces of the larger, visually appealing, highly usable and intuitive user experiences.
  • Create scenarios, user flow diagrams, interaction models and visual communication systems.
  • Communicate ideas using prototypes, wireframes, interactive mockups or other work products.
  • Assist with the communication of complex design concepts and strategies clearly and persuasively across different audiences.
  • Create concise instructional copy that guides users though experiences while expressing the brand in a consistent and powerful manner.
  • Assist in the organization and designing of complex information systems for optimized user paths and experiences.
  • Assist in the creation of user-centered design deliverables including site maps, navigation models and storyboards; and analyze PNC’s competitive positioning, industry landscape, emerging technologies and customer demand.
    Assist managers with the development of holistic strategies that position PNC as the leading provider of online products and services to targeted segments.
  • Develop a clear customer value proposition and assists with an experience roadmap that supports it as well as considers emerging technologies and the competitive landscape.

The Digital Summer Internship is located in Pittsburgh, Cleveland, Birmingham, Dallas, Columbus, and Kalamazoo.


Job Profile:

Participates as an intern in the PNC summer internship program.

Performs or assists with the core activities of the group by applying knowledge learned to drive business results (e.g. deal, sales, or process support, internal or external customer interaction, or supporting internal projects). Works under supervision and may have limited approval and/or exception authority.
Participates in social learning within the organization (e.g. identifies and networks with business representatives and peers, participates in mentoring, job shadowing and community outreach)
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.
Required Education and Experience:

Working toward Bachelor’s Degree, preferred business relevant majors (e.g., Finance, Accounting, IT, Economics, Marketing, Mathematics, Statistics, HR, Management, Communications, Business Law, Psychology, Logistics, Engineering, Computer Science, Actuarial Sciences), sophomore or junior status, Minimum GPA 3.0.
PNC provides equal opportunity to qualified persons regardless of race, color, sex, religion, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, veteran status, or other categories protected by law.

Information Technology Rotation (ITR) Program- Winter Cohort

Note:  In order for your application to be considered, please ensure that you attach all ‘Required Documents to Upload at Time of Application’ noted below. 

Are you interested in pursuing a career in Information Technology? Do you want to explore opportunities throughout IT while making a difference in your community? Join UPMC’s two-year Information Technology Rotation (ITR) accelerated learning program! The ITR Program, a full-time entry-level salaried position, enables high-achieving, recent graduates the chance to pursue four unique, six-month rotations throughout UPMC’s Information Technology division. The start date for this program is January 2023.

About the Program 

Whatever your interest in Information Technology is – highly technical to non-technical spaces and everything in between – the ITR Program is the place for you! Our accelerated learning program allows participants to explore various functions of IT across multiple UPMC divisions, such as the Corporate Services, Health Services, and Insurance Services divisions. Rotation placements can be in the functions of software engineering, project management, and analyst roles in the Hillman Cancer Center, telemedicine, consumer technology, quality assurance teams, application development systems integrations, and enterprise architecture, to name a few.   On the other side of the spectrum, past technical rotations have included placements on our enterprise architecture, security operations, application development, systems integrations, and infrastructure teams.

Along with having the chance to learn from four different IT teams during your rotations at UPMC, there are also many other benefits to the ITR Program! This program is a full-time, salaried position at UPMC (and eligible for all the fantastic UPMC employee benefits!). Program participants have the opportunity to network with high-level executives, give back to the Pittsburgh community through service events, receive guidance from a personal advisor who is an IT leader, and build lasting connections within UPMC. Upon completion of the program, graduates are highly sought after for complex roles across the organization.

Apply now and begin your journey of contributing to Life Changing Medicine!


-Bachelor’s degree with a graduation date between May 2022 and August 2022 or a current Senior pursuing a bachelor’s degree with a target graduation date of December 2022.
-Majoring in computer science, information systems, health information systems, or related field required
-Cumulative GPA of 3.0, preferred
-Preference will be given to candidates that have demonstrated leadership ability through their studies, employment, or extracurricular activities

Required Documents to Upload at Time of Application: 

  • Resume
  • Transcripts (unofficial or official transcripts are accepted)

Licensure, Certifications, and Clearances (to be acquired after offer acceptance and before start date – we will provide instructions on how to obtain): 

Act 34
Other clearances may be required dependent on rotation placement

Recruitment Timeline Expectations* 

  • August 15th – October 15:  Application Open
  • Early September – End October:  Video Interviews Conducted
  • Early November – Mid-December:  Notification of Selection for Final Interviews & In-Person Final Interviews Conducted

*Subject to change.

**Please ensure that you check your email address used during the application process for any application status updates.


Interested in Learning More?  Check Out the Following Sites: 

UPMC Student Opportunities Site: 
ITR Blog: Training in Excellence & Innovation: UPMC’s ITR Program
UPMC is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Disability/Veteran. 

At UPMC, we strive to ensure that diversity, inclusion, dignity, respect, and cultural awareness is at the core of everything we do. By fostering an environment where every member of our team has a voice, regardless of race, ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation, faith, age, or culture, we aim to emphasize a simple point: who you are is important, and who you are has a place at UPMC.  

Technology Development Program

By joining one of PNC’s Development Programs, you can explore your potential through hands-on experience in a professional environment. This is an excellent opportunity to begin exploring your career goals, in addition to growing your skills in key areas. The goal of PNC’s Development Programs is to move analysts and associates from development roles into production roles in one of PNC’s lines of business.

PNC’s Technology Development Program is an exciting opportunity for you to launch your career as a world-class technologist. By rotating through multiple areas of Technology,  you will build a network of colleagues across the organization, experience the 360 degree view of application development, gain an understanding of security and risk controls that will enable you to build secure and efficient code, and enter the next phase of your career well-rounded and able to take on a wide variety of opportunities.

Upon successful completion of the program you  may be placed permanently into a full-time role on one of several teams based upon interest and aptitude. Managers and teams from across the organization will present a variety of opportunities for available positions within their teams, and allow you to identify which teams and work sets are of greatest interest to you for placement after the program. Examples of potential positions include Software Engineer, Automation Developer, Risk Specialist, and Data Engineer.

You can expect to leverage cutting edge technology and next generation tools, support the customer experience, and participate in additional experiential learning opportunities, which include design thinking best practices, collaboration tools, and soft skills such as analyzing and presenting a case to executives. Prior to the final rotation, you will participate with your cohort in a dedicated hack-a-thon to demonstrate the technical and collaboration skills you have developed during the program.

The Technology Development Program will allow you to enhance your understanding of emerging technologies, while gaining a unique outlook of how technology drives the financial industry. PNC delivers efficient solutions by engaging people, processes and technology. Associates will rotate through four core rotations: Data & Analytics, Security, Software Engineering, and Technology Operations. These rotations provide the greatest exposure to rapid development principles and forward-thinking innovation tactics. Associates will bring their ideas to life as a part of this 12-month experience.

Associates will work on software development that empowers users with secure, stable and efficient technology solutions through innovative engineering. This includes design, structure, and engineer infrastructure, platforms, and interfaces for the organization while working iteratively and reducing toil. Recent projects include have ranged from automation of consumer account document evaluation to implementing security and fraud detection technologies.

The Technology Development Program is located in Pittsburgh, PA, Dallas, TX, Cleveland, OH, and Birmingham, AL.

Learn more about PNC’s Development Programs by visiting

Job Profile:

Participates as an analyst/associate in the line of business development program.

·       Performs or assists the core activities of the group by applying knowledge learned to drive business results (e.g., deal, sales, process support, internal or external customer interaction, or supporting internal projects).  Works under supervision and may have limited approval and/or exception authority.

·       Participates in social learning within the organization (e.g., identifies and networks with business representatives and peers, participates in mentoring, job shadowing and community outreach).

·       Participates in formal learning (e.g., classroom, web-based or virtual) and completes related activities and projects.

·       Supports the internal and external customer experience by providing excellent service at all times; takes accountability and ensures problem resolution.


Required Education and Experience:

·       Preferred business relevant majors (e.g., Finance, Accounting, IT, Economics, Marketing, Math, Statistics, HR, Management, Communications, Business Law, Psychology, Logistics, Engineering, Computer Science, Actuarial Sciences), Minimum GPA 3.0.

·       Roles at this level are filled by recent university / college graduates with little or no professional experience, but possessing relevant skills.  Includes individuals joining the organization through a corporate development/training program.


PNC provides equal opportunity to qualified persons regardless of race, color, sex, religion, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, veteran status, or other categories protected by law.