Wells Fargo Job Application

Apply for corporate and branch positions online using the Wells Fargo job application. Although retail positions may have been able to be applied for in-person in the past, candidates are currently required to apply online by visiting the careers site. Retail positions include teller, manager, assistant manager, consultant, and more.

  • About the Company: Wells Fargo is one of the world’s largest banks, and has more than 6,000 branch locations/offices in the United States.

Apply Online

Step 1 – The first step is to go to the main careers page (click here – link will open in a separate browser window/tab).

Step 2 – Click the “Search Jobs” link (outlined below) to go to the main search page.

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Step 3 – Hit the “Search Jobs Now” button.

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Step 4 – Filter the results by location (state, region, city), job family (category), or job status (full/part-time).

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Step 5 – After filtering the results and finding a job you’re interested in, click the title of the job to move to the next step.

Step 6 – Read the job overview and then scroll down the page. Hit the “Apply” button to start.

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Step 7 – Sign in to your account (or create a new one – click the “Register Now” link).

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Step 8 – Fill in the following:

  • Username
  • Password
  • First name
  • Last name
  • Email
  • Phone

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Step 9 – Answer the pre-qualification questions.

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Step 10 – Resume – Upload your resume, if you do not have a resume select the “Submit without a resume” option.

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Step 11 – My Profile – Enter the following information into the form:

  • Employment preferences
  • Scheduling details
  • Payment requirements
  • Education history
  • Work experience
  • Licenses/certifications
  • Degrees
  • Language skills
  • Referrals

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Step 12 – Complete the application process by providing the required information for the “Questionnaire” and “Self-Identification” subsections.