At RBC, we recognize the incredible value that military training and experience brings to the workplace with skills like leadership and teamwork. We want to be your first choice for your new career so we have introduced a RBC Ex-Military Recruitment Program that targets transitioning military personnel.
This program will help you explore the great career choices at RBC. Would you like to help clients with their mortgages and financial situations, or do you crave the challenge of leading a team, or does a professional career as a project manager appeal to you? Whichever choice is right for you we’ll help you on your journey to building a satisfying career.
You will also have an opportunity to join a network of men and women who have already transitioned from the military to fulfilling careers within RBC. You’ll have access to development and coaching opportunities and an onboarding experience that will get you started on the right path to second career success.
Through the RBC Ex-Military Recruitment Program you will also have an opportunity to self-disclose your disability (if applicable) and receive additional recruitment accommodations as required. To apply for an opportunity or for more information, please e-mail your resume to email@example.com. Ex-servicemen and women who have a disability are encouraged to apply.
If you have recently been discharged from service or anticipate completing your military service within the next couple years, this may be your first experience preparing a resume or conducting job interviews.
The following websites provide helpful tips on how to prepare a resume, apply for online positions, prepare for interviews and select the opportunities that are right for you.
Workopolis.com – Workopolis provides job seekers with the latest news, advice, and resume services as well as helpful info on education and training in its Career Resources section.
Monster.ca – Monster provides a Career Tools section that provides career snapshots, help with resumes and cover letters, tips on interviewing and preparing for the workplace and much more.
Find your Fit – Find your Fit is RBC’s online interactive tool that helps you choose the RBC opportunity that’s right for you from a wide range of possibilities. It also provides helpful advice on the experience, education and accreditation requirements for these roles.
We provide tools and resources that can:
As part of our RBC Ex-Military Recruitment Program, you will be connected with a recruitment professional that can discuss career options and provide guidance through the application process.
RBC is proud to partner with Treble Victor , an ex-military networking group, founded by two RBC employees. Treble Victor assists in the development of resources to support the transition of military leaders to careers in business, government and not-for-profit sectors. Its mission is to enable ex-military leaders to achieve their full potential in the marketplace through common values, teamwork, mentorship and our network’s connectivity.
RBC works with organizations like Canada Company , a national charity that unites community and corporate leaders in support of Canada's troops and their families; ensuring they receive the support and recognition they deserve. RBC is pleased to participate in the Canadian Forces Military Employment Transition Program, partnering with the Canadian Forces and Canada Company to help ex-military successfully transition into careers within the private sector.
RBC is a proud sponsor of the True Patriot Love Foundation , a national foundation that provides support and honours members of the Canadian Military and their families. This foundation aims to help Canadian civilians gain a better understanding of the sacrifices our deployed service members and their families make in their service to our country.
If you are a person with a disability and have questions or would like help with your application, please email our team.