1. Get to Know Us
Learn more about who we are and what we offer.
Check us out on social media and discover #LifeatCiti
2. Take the Next Step
Search and apply for your dream job.
Search for Jobs
Take a look at our available roles and discover what fits you best.
Create Your Account
Upload your resume and cover letter, as well as save jobs that you’re interested in. Creating an account makes applying easy and puts you one step closer to joining our team.
Submit Your Application
Click submit and let us give your application the attention it deserves. Our response times will vary, so please check the job portal periodically to stay updated on your application status.
3. We’d Love to Meet You
Learn what to expect during the interview process.
Our recruiters contact selected applicants as the first step in our interview process. From there, they’ll be able to advise you on next steps and if you’ll be moving forward in the process to speak with the hiring manager.
Hiring Manager and Team Interviews
You’ve got potential! Your qualifications align with what we’re looking for and we want to know more about you. Your recruiter will set up one or more interviews for you with your potential future manager and teammates, which can be conducted in person at a Citi office or virtually via video call.
We’re impressed! We’ve enjoyed getting to know you and think your experience and talents are well-matched to the job opportunity.
Want to know more? Our recruiters share their best tips and advice for landing a job with Citi.
4. Welcome to Citi
We’re thrilled to have you join the team!
We’re excited that you made it this far! Expect to hear from your recruiter soon. They’ll contact you to make an offer, share additional details about the position and can answer any questions you have about working at Citi.
Your recruiter will also share next steps in the onboarding process and provide information about our onboarding portal – this will help prepare you for your first day and #LifeatCiti!
APAC BCMA Recruitment Lead
“Take time and connect with people in the industry and/or the company you’re interviewing at to understand more about the company, culture and open roles. Read the Wall Street Journal or other financial magazines regularly.”
“Consistency! Use the same date/location format throughout the entire resume, double check all spacing and alignments and update all verb tenses to reflect roles that are in the present vs past.”
“Remember that an interview is as much an opportunity for you to assess the company and role, as much as it is for the interviewers an assessment of you as a candidate.”
Latin America Campus Recruiter
“It is important to be ahead of time; test devices if the interview is virtual, make sure there is no background noise and always be yourself.”
“Remember that there is always a requirement for the role that you may have not been exposed to in the past. In that instance, focus on a plan of action to bridge the gap in your current skillset.”