Are you looking for a company that values its employees and their differences, promotes learning and growth, and provides great career advancement opportunities? Then State Bank is looking for you! We know that a career should be much different than a job; it is being treated like family, having your opinions valued, encouraging your professional growth, and more.
When you join State Bank in Indiana, you join a local bank that prides itself on providing superior services to our customers. You will work alongside and provide services to your neighbors and friends in a friendly and professional environment. State Bank also strives to support our employees, customers, and neighbors by reinvesting back into the community. We proudly support a variety of agencies that promote financial literacy, end homelessness and support local students’ educational and athletic endeavors. As you work with State Bank, you will learn how committed we are to community growth.
State Bank Values Our Employees
With us you not only enjoy a positive and supportive work environment but you’ll also enjoy:
- A competitive salary
- Medical, dental, vision, prescription, life, and LTD coverage
- 401(K) plan with a company contributing match
- Paid vacation, holiday, personal and sick days
- Free/discounted banking services
- Health Savings Account – with annual State Bank Contributions!
- Incentive Plans
- AND MUCH MORE!
- Staff Accountant – Brownsburg, IN
- Commercial Loan Officer, Carmel, IN
- Controller, Brownsburg, IN
- Operations Representative, Brownsburg, IN
- Personal Banker/Universal Teller, Lafayette, IN
- Personal Banker/Universal Teller – Brownsburg, IN
- Bank Teller – Full Time – Brownsburg, IN
- Mortgage Loan Originator – Base Plus – Lafayette, IN
Work with State Bank Today
State Bank’s financial careers in Indiana offer a positive work-life balance, professional development opportunities, and a supportive company culture. Potential candidates should read the job description and submit their resumes for consideration. If you have any further questions, feel free to contact us. We can’t wait to work with you!
It is the policy of State Bank, and its affiliates, to provide equal employment opportunities to all applicants and employees in a harassment-free work environment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, gender, age, disability, sexual orientation, alien status, or veteran status. State Bank is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Not Sure What Banking Position Is Right For You?
Check out these banking position definitions and see what might be of interest!
Bank Teller/Customer Service Representative (CSR)/Personal Banker
Often the first point of contact for a customer, this position plays a critical role in engaging with customers. They complete everyday transactions with accuracy and efficiency. Bank customer service representatives are responsible for assisting with deposits, withdrawals, cashing checks, and other routine transactions. You should have excellent verbal communication and problem-solving skills and a willingness to help customers with compassion and confidentiality.
Commercial Credit Analyst
Commercial credit analysts work to protect the bank from loan losses and are responsible for performing financial and risk analyses for existing customers and commercial credit applications. In addition, you will support commercial lenders to facilitate and service commercial credit relationships. This position requires strong analytical skills, attention to detail, and the ability to deal with complex problems confidently.
Responsible for completing standard assessments of State Bank’s internal procedures, loan habits, employment expenses, and other relevant risk management factors. They ensure compliance with all laws and regulations and examine the bank’s financial stability.
Loan processors work with applicants to ensure the loan application and supporting documentation are complete and accurate. They will review the loan file before an underwriter process it.
Uses financial statements and risk analysis knowledge to review, approve, or deny loan applications. With a responsibility to protect the financial institution, loan processors use critical thinking and judgment to approve candidates with a good financial history who demonstrate the ability to repay the loan.