Explore great career choices within RBC - whether you're just starting out in your career or coming to us as an experienced professional, co-op student or intern. Connect with us via our Pursue your Potential (PyP) program, designed for persons with disabilities.
PyP helps you:
To apply for an opportunity or for more information, please e-mail your resume to PyP@rbc.com. Persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
Once your resume has been received we'll contact you to:
We also provide tools and resources that can:
NOTE: Participation in the Pursue your Potential Program is voluntary. Candidates may apply to RBC positions without disclosing equity group affiliation, though doing so will not lead to the supports described above. All of our current vacancies may be found by visiting www.rbc.com/careers.
Once you become an employee, you'll have the opportunity to join one or more of our Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) where you can network with your peers. Please visit Employee Resource Groups for more information.
Maybe a paid internship is right for you. RBC successfully partners with the Career Edge organization, a private sector, not-for-profit organization, to provide paid six-, nine- or 12-month internships to Canadian university, college and high school graduates with disabilities through Ability Edge.
Please visit Ability Edge to view eligibility requirements and internships currently available at RBC.
If you are a person with a disability and have questions or would like help with your application, please email our team.