Careers

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Developing Talent, Inspiring Passion, and Building Careers:  Becoming a Wealth Advisor

At North Berkeley, we prioritize the long-term development of our people. Every employee of the firm has a multi-year professional development plan which we update and review at multiple points throughout the year. We have a track record of promoting from within, and we like our people to advance with the firm.

We prioritize the funding of relevant professional credentialing for our people. We want our people to develop their interests, passions, and expertise. We frequently quote the old question of the executive who said: “What if I train my people, and they leave?” with the answer-in-a-question of “What if you don’t train your people, and they stay?”

Open Positions

There are currently no open positions. To find out when new positions are listed, please follow us on LinkedIn.

Benefits

We offer comprehensive benefits including paid time off, all stock market holidays off, healthcare and dental insurance for employees and their immediate family, long-term disability, profit-sharing, 401k, free comprehensive financial planning and investment management services, time off to perform community service, and an on-site massage every three weeks!

Tell Us About Yourself

We encourage you to contact us about your interest in working at North Berkeley Wealth Management. Even if there are no current positions available we’re happy to hear from you. We are always looking to network and connect people, and welcome your inquiry via info@northberkeleywealth.com. Or through the form below.

    “There’s a simple doctrine: Outside of a person’s love, the most sacred thing that they can give is their labor…Labor is a very precious thing that you have. Anytime that you can combine labor with love, you’ve made a good merger.”

    – James Carville

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