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Opportunities for Transitioning Military and Spouses

Your problem-solving, risk-management, and communication skills and leadership experience from military service may be transferable to many roles within our organization and will help you build a successful civilian career at Capital One.

Capital One Careers

Capital One hires people—not positions. You can begin your career here in a number of roles—from analysis to finance, customer service to brand marketing, branch banking to project management, and much more. The opportunities to excel and redefine your career as you grow are endless.



Anywhere in the USA

We offer a workplace where you can be your best—and find both professional and personal rewards. Across Capital One, you’ll find specially designed, state-of-the-art facilities that support your specific role.

In addition to the locations listed below, we have associates working in many businesses across other parts of the country. Capital One also has 1,000 bank branches across Connecticut, Louisiana, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Texas, Virginia, and the District of Columbia.

Life at Capital One

At the heart of the Capital One® culture are our two shared values: Excellence and Do the Right Thing.

These values drive all aspects of our business—how we work together, make decisions, innovate, and better serve our customers.

We're a company that offers challenging work in a collaborative, flexible environment. We foster a culture of diversity where talented people with a variety of thoughts, ideas, and backgrounds unite to achieve incredible things.

Capital One champions a truly healthy work/life balance. We believe in giving back to our communities. We are driven and live by our values. And we have a lot of fun.

The Elements of Our Culture & Values

  • The Best People
  • Strategically Bold
  • Intellectually Rigorous
  • Well-Managed
  • Empowered Ownership
  • Openness and Authenticity
  • Teamwork
  • Respect for Each Other
  • Respect for Our Customers
  • Integrity

You're encouraged to own your work, pursue your ideas, and achieve your professional and personal goals. We want you to excel, and we give you the tools you need to be successful. You'll collaborate with other creative and goal-oriented team members in an environment where you can achieve your full potential.

Our hiring philosophy is simple: attract the very best people and give them the opportunity to be great.

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Capital One benefits are top-notch. Our associates have access to exceptional medical, dental, vision, and prescription drug plans—with full coverage for spouses, domestic partners, and dependents. Training and career development resources are also available to associates.

Other benefits include

  • 401(k) program with company matches
  • A discount stock purchase plan
  • Life insurance and long-term care insurance
  • Short- and long-term disability income protection
  • Paid vacation and holidays
  • A generous parental leave program
  • Military leave

You'll also have access to health and fitness services with on-site centers or discounts to local facilities, and a 24-hour employee assistance hotline.


Capital One University (COU), our nationally recognized learning organization, is the centerpiece of our growth environment. COU’s development programs are flexible and inclusive, combining classroom and online learning to support development across lines of business and work styles. COU offers more than 1,000 instructor-led courses, over 100 instructor-led virtual classroom courses, and over 2,000 e-Learning programs, giving associates a blend of learning options that fit a variety of needs.


Our Career Development Center helps associates define their interests and development goals and take ownership of their careers. This is achieved through the coordinated use of career assessments, online and offline training, and professional career counseling.

To learn about Capital One U.S. Benefits, see our full overview.

The benefits described on this page apply solely to employees of Capital One in the United States and are subject to the terms and conditions of any plans or policies for such benefits, as may be amended from time to time.

About Capital One

Capital One Corporate Office

We're growing and hiring across the country, and building the next generation of financial service products and services on sound practices and strong values.

Capital One is a different kind of company. We’re a top-10 bank by deposits, but we approach our work like a Silicon Valley start-up. We lead by innovation. Capital One started out by revolutionizing the credit card business, and we’ve gone on to provide a wide array of financial services. Every new business challenge provides an opportunity to change the game, improve our customers’ lives, and help them succeed. We take great care of our employees so they can take the best care of our customers.

Capital One today is both a high-tech company and a scientific laboratory. We hire the best people to bring their intellect and creativity to develop the right products for the right customers—at the right price and time. What makes us different is how we unleash our analytical firepower in traditional industries, first in credit cards and more recently in auto finance, retail, and commercial banking.

A few important facts about Capital One include

  • top-10 bank by deposits
  • 148 on the Fortune 500
  • 1,000 bank branches
  • 2,200 ATM locations
  • more than 42,000 associates globally
  • 50 million customer accounts

Key Milestones

Key Milestones
Date Milestone
1988 Capital One started with an idea crafted by founder Rich Fairbank in a single afternoon. That idea was simple and revolutionary: leverage the flexibility in credit cards and customize everything. Rich's passion evolved into our Information-Based Strategy that transformed the credit card industry.
1995 Capital One became a public company, and quickly grew into one of the largest credit card issuers in the United States.
1996 Expanded its business into Canada and the United Kingdom.
1998 Acquired a U.S. auto lending operation.
2001 Bought an online auto finance provider, PeopleFirst Inc., and an elective medical and dental procedures finance businesses, Amerifee.
2005- 2006  Entered the U.S. retail banking market through acquisitions of Hibernia National Bank and North Fork Bancorporation, with branches in the Southeast and Northeast.
2009 Acquired Chevy Chase Bank and entered the Mid-Atlantic banking market.
2012 Acquisition of ING Direct and the U.S. credit card operations of HSBC.
Today Capital One is a broadly diversified bank with leading national lending businesses in credit cards and auto finance, and competitive local-scale positions in some of the best banking markets in the United States. Named to the Fortune 500 within 10 years of its founding, Capital One continues to challenge associates to transform the industry. Even through the country’s toughest economic times, the company has been able to weather the storm and show resiliency, which is a testament to the caliber of the associates it hires and their passion for success. Capital One is now one of the top-10 banks based on deposits.


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What We're Looking For


  • top talent
  • cultural matches
  • technical talent
  • enthusiasm
  • work experience that displays our values of Excellence and Do the Right Thing
  • the desire to be innovative and collaborative
  • deep experience in your field, which is as important or more important than your degree
  • a demonstrated record of success
  • a stable work history
  • passion for your career or a specific role

Your Resume

Your Resume

  • Tailor it for the job opening to which you’re applying. Be specific in the skills and experiences you highlight and the goals you state.
  • Show quantified results and technical skill details on the first page.
  • Make sure it’s current, accurate, easy to read, clean, and proofread.
  • Illustrate your skills through your work experience. Articulate your experience with strong examples of your work. We’re looking for specific, demonstrated experience and know-how relevant to the position you’re applying for.

The Interview

The Interview

  • Be well prepared. Get to know the position you’re applying for as well as Capital One. Learn how you could fit into our organization, and show us in the interview.
  • Ask questions! Your thoughtful questions are as important as your answers.
  • We’re looking for crisp, concise candor and clear answers. Be ready to discuss compensation, career moves, and your knowledge and experience.

General Tips

General Tips

  • Read job postings carefully. Apply where you're truly qualified.
  • Browse our job openings frequently and apply for new opportunities as they come up.
  • Don't list skills you don't have. We're very technical people; if you list knowledge of a programming language, for example, make sure you know it intimately and are ready to use it and discuss it in your interview.
  • Leverage your personal and social networks to get noticed.
  • Don't duplicate or recreate your profile in our system. Your profile is kept indefinitely and you can submit it for future openings. No need to start over.
  • Expect an analytically rigorous selection process.

Social Responsibility

Our commitment to investing for good is a cornerstone of our business. We don’t just donate money to the communities we’re part of, we donate a significant amount of our own time. Our goal is to help our communities thrive, and we invest in three core areas:

  • Community and Economic Development
  • Education
  • Financial Literacy

Our holistic approach to philanthropy includes financial support, volunteerism, and leadership. Our associates embrace opportunities to teach personal finance, build homes, mentor at-risk youth, provide leadership guidance to nonprofits, and contribute pro bono professional services. Capital One also matches charitable employee contributions with its own donation of time and money.

Capital One also practices sustainability—operating our business in an environmentally sound and socially responsible manner. We seek to raise awareness of sustainability best practices—in the facilities we operate, the business practices we employ, and the communities we’re part of—among our associates, consumers, shareholders, and suppliers.


We’re proud of our success, both as a business entity and a corporate citizen. The numerous awards we have won serve as a testament to our commitment to fostering innovation, leadership, diversity, and community service.