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Wealth Management Associate Program - Private Banking - June 2025 (Prairie Region)



13d ago

  • Job
    Entry Level
  • Banking & Finance
  • Calgary, +1


  • You're completing a master’s degree by June 2025, or you have work experience in building client relationships and providing financial advice.
  • You have completed a course of study that will enable registration with the appropriate provincial securities commission to obtain a license to sell mutual funds (requirement to obtain license will be determined on a case-by-case basis and will be dependent on business need in the Region of hire).
  • You aspire to build a career as a personal Banker.
  • You’re a curious, critical thinker who thrives in a fast-paced environment and enjoys collaborating with others.
  • You have a sales and relationship focused mindset.
  • You can demonstrate an ability to influence, persuade and build consensus as well as the ability to effectively communicate, verbally and in writing.
  • You’re flexible and thrive fast paced environments.
  • You have strong organization and time management skills and enjoy working in both team and independent settings.
  • You value feedback and actively seek out opportunities for self-development.


  • The Wealth Management Associate Program is a 5-month salaried program. The Private Banking Associate role is aimed at developing sales and entrepreneurial-minded individuals who are looking for a career in credit-focused Banking. The program focuses on building core credit underwriting and relationship management skills.

Application Process

  • Complete your PLUM Profile here and save as a screenshot.
  • Complete a short one-way video interview here.
  • Apply to the role and when the application asks for your resume, instead upload the screenshot of your PLUM Profile.
  • To be considered for student opportunities at Scotiabank, Tangerine, and MD Financial you must complete all three steps above


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