We are committed to reward and recognize exceptional employee performance and be a choice employer in our community. We strive to provide learning opportunities and education/training so that our employees are promotable within the bank. Our CEO got his start in banking working as a teller at SBSU. Our Executive Management Team has an average of 25 years working with State Bank of Southern Utah.
We encourage you to chart your own distinctive path through the organization, so that you're continuously growing and feeling challenged by your work.
We take our status as a “Community Bank” very seriously. If you are looking to start a career in the financial services industry and want to work for a bank that is locally owned and committed to the community we live in we may have the right career for you!
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When our employees succeed, SBSU realizes success. We do everything we can to help employees increase their value through training and development programs, mentoring, job aids and support tools. SBSU has internal training that covers diverse topics including regulations, job function, best practices, employee handbook and more. Bank employees have access to online training on a variety of topics.
Check out our current job listings to see what opportunities may be available. If you have what it takes to fill a position, submit an application so we can see all that you have to offer. All positions must be applied for on the SBSU career site, you will need to create your profile and provide the requested information. If you don't see a job that fits your skillset we always have new jobs come available. You can sign up for Job Alerts and be notified each time a position opens at State Bank of Southern Utah.
At State Bank of Southern Utah, we have a comprehensive interview and selection process that was designed to assist us in selecting outstanding individuals who fit in our corporate culture.
In order to effectively serve our customers financial needs, employees must practice financial responsibility in their own lives. We only interview candidates who have a satisfactory credit history and can advise customers in a manner that is in keeping with their own financial practices. We also will review your background, including criminal history, verification of education, and call on references.
Once your application is received, it will be reviewed by a member of our HR department. If your skills, abilities and experience are a match for the position you are applying for, you may be contacted to schedule a telephone or in person interview.
The interview will allow you to get a feel for State Bank of Southern Utah and its corporate culture, and you will have an opportunity to ask any questions that you might have. We understand that you have options in selecting an employer, and we want you to determine if SBSU is a good fit for you.
In addition to the interviews, you may be asked to complete a pre-employment assessment. This assessment will help us make an objective hiring decision and put the best candidate into the right position to ensure their success.
State Bank has several internship opportunities available throughout the year at our corporate headquarters in Cedar City, UT. We mainly work with Southern Utah University in our recruiting efforts. Current Intern positions may include:
These are highly pursued paid positions that give students the chance to explore the banking industry and our banking culture as well as gain real work experience in their field of study. Interns have an opportunity to use and apply their coursework in a "real life" environment. They′re encouraged to think critically and to constantly redefine the content and process of the learning experience.
SBSU internship programs are generally for seniors and juniors, and potentially outstanding sophomores. Internships are available for the Fall, Spring, and Summer and typically last four months.
Information about available internships can be found on our careers site as well as at your local university. All applications must be submitted online through SBSU′s career site.
“Working with State Bank of Southern Utah has been a privilege. Not very often does a person come across an employer that really cares and understands their employees. As an intern I′m treated as a valued employee and feel that I′m an asset to the bank. The learning and working conditions of the bank are in harmony with one another.”
“As an intern I was taught what to do and the supervisor then stepped away and let me go to work without looking over my shoulder, but was right there when I had a question about a certain process. I learned something new every day here at the bank.”
“I′m thankful to State Bank for the time they′ve allowed me to have to learn to be a better business man, better employee, but most of all how to be a better human being.”
Hometown banking was established in southern Utah with the opening of State Bank of Southern Utah in 1957. Hometown banking is important because people who live and work in southern Utah make the decisions. Bank employees and officers understand the banking needs of area residents because they are affected by the same economic climate. State Bank of Southern Utah serves the banking needs of customers located in 13 branches throughout southern Utah. SBSU has experienced strong and steady growth since and today have more than 810 million in assets with 190 employees in 13 locations.
Benefits of banking with a local bank are:
State Bank of Southern Utah (SBSU) prides itself on being active in the communities we serve. Employees are encouraged to be active participants in their communities. Our employees volunteer their time and knowledge to build up the community around them. Some of the ways SBSU serves the communities they live in are:
In 2014 SBSU employees volunteered to help students at East Elementary learn how to read. Our employees were able to take time out of their day to go read with Mrs. Winiger′s 1st grade class. We had 20 employees volunteer throughout 11 weeks. Employees really enjoyed working with these kids and helped each child obtain their Golden Eagle reading award.
Since 2010 SBSU has received an outstanding rating by the FDIC for their efforts in meeting the credit and community development needs of the communities and neighborhoods that we serve. SBSU invests in the community through providing lending options to small businesses, purchasing bonds to ensure that our communities can fund their economic growth, providing financial expertise to small business owners, and through providing technical assistance as directors for non-profit organizations. SBSU has put significant time and resources back into our communities in order to help sustain healthy and strong economic growth where we live.
SBSU supports community organizations and events through donations and sponsorships. Decisions about how to allocate donations and sponsorships are made by a bank committee. In the past SBSU has contributed to the following categories:
Equal Employment Opportunity: State Bank of Southern Utah is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The Bank treats employees and employment applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, citizenship, veteran status, or disability that can be reasonably accommodated. EEO also means that employees' qualifications are evaluated without regard to other characteristics that are unrelated to job performance and that are inappropriate to consider under applicable federal, state and local law, such as ancestry, medical condition, marital status, sexual orientation or other personal characteristics.
E-Verify is an internet-based system operated by the Department of Homeland Security and the Social Security Administration and allows employers to confirm an individual′s employment eligibility to work in the United States. Under the E-Verify rules, effective September 8, 2009, federal agencies subject to the Federal Acquisition Regulation are required to modify, and include in new contracts, a provision that requires federal contractors and subcontractors to use E-Verify for existing employees who have substantial duties on such federal contracts. As a federal contractor, State Bank of Southern Utah is required to adhere to these requirements.
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If you are a qualified individual with a disability or a disabled veteran, you may request a reasonable accommodation if you are unable or limited in your ability to use or access our career site. You can request reasonable accommodations by contacting us at 435-865-2311 or email@example.com. Please email your resume/cover letter, indicate what position you are interested in and include "Accommodation needed" in the subject line to ensure your information is routed to the appropriate contact.
State Bank of Southern Utah participates in E-Verify and is an Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to their veteran status or on the basis of disability.