Bank opens selection process for trainee vacancies with salary of R$11,500

Vacancies were opened for the trainee program of the Swiss bank Credit Suisse, with a very attractive salary of R$ 11,500. Understand what it takes to participate in the 18-month program.

Those selected will participate in the implementation of Credit Suisse’s strategic initiatives; The program is open for applications until November 7th.

What are the requirements to get a spot?

  • Long-term undergraduate, baccalaureate or licentiate degree with training between December 2019 and December 2023;
  • Advanced English;
  • Availability for face-to-face work in São Paulo (capital);
  • Start of work in January 2023.

For those who live outside São Paulo, the company will offer 30 days of accommodation in São Paulo to help people find a place to stay, in addition to air tickets.

What are the benefits of the vacancy?

In addition to the monthly salary of R$ 11,500, there are also meal vouchers, food vouchers, transport vouchers, health and dental plans, in addition to profit sharing.

As a multinational company, there is also language assistance for employees to take English courses.

How to apply for the vacancy?

To register, simply access the company’s official website, and click on “Register here”.

It is necessary to create an account on the registration website and, after that, go through the following steps:

  • Enrollment;
  • One-hour online logic and English test;
  • Online interview;
  • Proposal for finalists and admission process.

About Credit Suisse

Credit Suisse Group is a Swiss investment bank and other financial services provider headquartered in Zurich, Switzerland. It was founded in 1856, and has been in Brazil since 1998, when Banco de Investimentos Garantia SA was acquired by the group.

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