We promote a culture of inclusion and a strong sense of community.
It’s not just the company you work for that defines a great career. It’s also the people you work with and the values they share. We have a great appreciation for the unique talents, skills, and experience that diversity provides. And we offer the opportunity for personal growth, to do work that matters, and work in a place where results are rewarded. We’re proud to grow our presence and employee base in Pittsburgh, and to offer a wide range of employment opportunities in our extensive branch network and regional offices located in and near the city.
Key has earned numerous awards for our diversity and inclusion efforts, including eight years of perfect Corporate Equality Index scores, a seven-time winner of Diversity Inc’s Top50 Companies for Diversity, and eight-time winner of Human Rights Campaign Best Places to Work for LGBT Equality, and a three-time winner of Black EOE Journal "Best of the Best" for supplier diversity.
In addition to positions in finance, banking, technology, investing, capital markets, and lending, we have a large and varied internship program. On-the-job training and exposure to top management prepares our interns for rewarding, full-time careers within Key and its subsidiaries in most of our lines of business.
Good corporate citizenship
We’re focused on helping clients and communities thrive. KeyBank’s 2017 National Community Benefits Plan calls for the investment of $16.5 billion over a five-year period in the communities we serve. Our goal is to drive economic growth and job creation wherever we have a presence.
Cleveland-based KeyCorp (NYSE: KEY) is one of the nation’s largest bank-based financial service companies, with assets of approximately $135 billion.* Key companies provide investment management, retail and commercial banking, consumer finance and investment banking products and services to individuals and companies throughout the United States and, for certain businesses, internationally.
*As of December 31, 2016
“What makes Pittsburgh unique is the intense pride, not only in who they were, but what they are now and where they’re going. There’s optimism about the city that’s contagious.”