What Would You Like to Do?
Our goal is to help you build skills, break new ground and expand your potential to thrive. Once you’ve explored our site to learn about RBC’s people and culture, you can search and explore job opportunities, learn how to perfect your interview skills, and even refer a friend.
Create Personal Career Alerts
Stay connected to new job openings at RBC. Tell us what opportunities you’re interested in and we’ll let you know when they are posted.Sign up for Career Alerts
Check on Your Application
After you have submitted your application, we’ll send you a confirmation via email. Check on the status of any position you’ve applied for by logging into your candidate profile. If your qualifications match the requirements of the position, RBC will contact you to discuss next steps.
If you have a disability and need assistance with your application or have additional questions, please contact our team.Contact Us
Perfect My Interview Skills
Be your best at your interview. At RBC, we use a behavioral style interview as we’re interested in how you’ve reacted in past situations. We understand that interviewing can be a little stressful, so to help, our recruiters are trained to put you at ease and bring out your talents.
The Interview Process
The First Interview
Your first interview may be held in person or via phone. A recruiter will ask about your experience, skills, and your fit for the position and RBC.
The Second Interview
A second interview usually takes place onsite, with your potential manager. This gives you the chance to evaluate our working environment and colleagues, and for RBC to evaluate a good future employment relationship.
We’ve compiled our years of knowledge to bring you some advice on how you can show us you’re the perfect fit for our team:
Be confident about your skills, your experience and your goals. Our recruiters are looking for people who are motivated, inspired and eager to learn in our fast paced environment.
Set up a mock interview with a friend or colleague and be comfortable with talking about yourself. One of the hardest things about interviews is being confident talking about your experience and applying it to the position you’re aiming for.
Dress For Success
Understand the culture you’re applying for and dress appropriately. If in doubt, dress to impress; recruiters will be more inclined to focus on an applicant if they look the part they’re applying for.
Don’t be nervous, we’re not asking trick questions! Listen carefully to the interviewer and respond clearly; we’re asking questions we’re interested in hearing the answers to.
Don’t be afraid to ask questions to the interviewer, whether it be clarification, or to further interest. We’re looking for inquisitive minds that can show they can think outside the box.
Refer a Friend to Join RBC
RBC employees are our best advocates for what it’s like to work here. Through our employee referral program: Star Finder, you can connect your personal networks with opportunities at RBC, and refer candidates that may be a great cultural fit for our company. Invite your friends to work at RBC and let them know to indicate your referral when applying.
RBC is a Great Place to Work
93% employees rate RBC as a great place to work as per 2016 Best Workplaces Survey
RBC Values Referrals
In 2016, 40% of people hired at RBC were referred by our own employees.
More than $1 million was paid to employees across five global regions for successful referrals.