Beyond the Branch: Have You Considered a Career in Banking?

Many of us are searching for a purposeful career—one in which you can use your skills and talents to do meaningful work; grow personally and professionally; and make a real difference. The path to the career of your dreams could very well take you to your local bank. 

Maybe you have a passion for sales, computer systems, or creative projects. You can put that passion to work at a community bank, such as Centreville Bank, which offers a variety of career paths for diverse backgrounds and skillsets such as:
  • Business intelligence
  • Commercial lending
  • Finance
  • Fraud and security
  • Human resources
  • Information technology
  • Marketing
  • Project management
  • Residential lending
  • Risk and compliance

Many career paths offer growth opportunities without a college degree, including:
  • Contact center
  • Loan servicing
  • Operations
  • Retail banking

Since community banks are vested in supporting neighbors and local businesses, they often recruit locally, offer personal and professional development, respect work-life balance, offer competitive compensation and benefits, and mentor staff to eventually take on leadership roles. 

Founded in 1828, Centreville Bank is one of the region’s most stable and well-capitalized banks, with a growing presence that reaches into every corner of Rhode Island, Connecticut and nearby Massachusetts. Join a team that’s committed to making progress on purpose and empowering each other to grow with intention and purpose—while being inspired to do great things. 

If you are unsure what you want to do, consider starting with an internship or part-time role while you’re still in school so that you can gain experience in different departments and figure out the roles that best fit your talents. 


A Purposeful Career Starts Here