PNC Bank opened six new branches in Chicago last year and its new locations will make 41 in the city. The bank said it will add 200 new jobs to the city.
PNC Bank will add 200 new jobs in Chicago by the end of 2013, Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced Friday.
The bank, part of the PNC Financial Services Group, Inc., also plans to open three new branches by the end of next year, Emanuel said.
“Helping Chicagoans find stable and consistent employment is central to everything we’re doing in the city, and these 200 professional jobs will provide opportunity for Chicagoans from all backgrounds and from many neighborhoods,” said Emanuel in a statement.
The new jobs will be located at neighborhood bank branches and the company's regional headquarters at One North Franklin downtown. PNC opened six new branches in Chicago last year, Emanuel said, and its new locations make 41 in the city.
“Chicago is a vibrant city with a strong economy and a major growth market for PNC,” said PNC regional president Joseph Gregoire. “We are expanding in all of our lines of business.”
Applications for these jobs and other PNC jobs are at pnc.com/careers.