Your Career Profile Will Simplify How You Apply for Jobs at PNC
Enter it in Workday starting July 9.
In PNC’s Talent-Focused Culture, your development and ability to pursue PNC jobs are keys to your and PNC’s success. So when Workday, PNC’s new HR system, launches June 24, you’ll continue to have the ability to create an “internal resume,” which in Workday is called a Career Profile, to make it easier to apply for PNC jobs.
As a reminder, Pathfinder isn’t going away — you will enter Workday THROUGH Pathfinder starting June 24. The link to InsideTrack will still remain for you to search and apply for positions at PNC.
Enter your Career Profile in Workday starting July 9
On July 9, you’ll receive an email in your Workday Inbox, which you can access via Pathfinder, asking you to create and complete your Career Profile in Workday at your earliest convenience. The email will include the steps you need to follow.
You’ll be able to upload your resume in your Career Profile
Your current PNC job title will be automatically added into your Career Profile in Workday.
Also, many of you have asked for the ability to upload your resume. With Workday, you can! Workday will allow you to upload a resume so that your information will populate in various Career Profile fields vs. having to manually enter your work history. To upload a resume, you’ll see “Upload My Experience” in the “Overview” section of your Career Profile; then you’ll click “Upload” to find and upload your resume.
What’s in the Career Profile in Workday
Similar to the Career Profile you have today in CareerCompass (as a reminder, CareerCompass will no longer be available after June 17), your Career Profile in Workday will have two sections that contain career information:
- 1. The Overview section will allow you to add your Job History and Education, as well as upload your resume.
- 2. The Career section will allow you to easily access, edit and maintain information related to your achievements and certifications, job and career interests, development items, competency assessments, and relocation and travel preferences.
As a reminder, this News Online article provides suggested actions regarding content in CareerCompass that will not migrate to Workday. Prior to June 17, you might want to consider taking a screen shot of, creating a PDF of or, as a last resort, printing your Career Profile, so that you can quickly and easily add your CareerCompass information to your Career Profile once Workday goes live.
Once you’ve added or uploaded your career experience into your Career Profile, you will be able to use your Career Profile in Workday when applying for positions at PNC. Again, you will still access InsideTrack to search and apply for jobs.
In support of our Talent-Focused Culture, Career Profiles will be accessible to PNC recruiters in order to source our employees for internal career opportunities.
Here are the step-by-step instructions on how to navigate to your career information in Workday.