Aaron was working at an internet startup when a banking conversation with a Wells Fargo employee led to a Store Manager job offer. Aaron managed several branches, performed regional repricing, and led student banking over the years. With Wells Fargo’s endless employee opportunities, he explored multiple roles and networked organization-wide before transitioning into marketing.
Aaron works remotely, but travels often to meet with business partners companywide. He oversees Wells Fargo’s Employer Brand Team, which focuses on recruitment marketing, advertising, and digital and social media, as well as candidate experience. The team works to showcase Wells Fargo’s employee-centric community—and give applicants special snapshots of the brand’s work culture, as well as the confidence to take the next step forward.
“You should have this entrepreneurial spirit, the need and want to do more than asked, and to really think about things from a different angle, things that are going to impact our customers in a positive way.”
“Be open-minded during interviews. Do what you can to tell your story most effectively, and know how you’re going to fit into the organization—and what you bring to the company as a whole.”