Don’t settle for just a job. Launch your career in financial services as a Personal Banker at Commerce Bank. Make meaningful bonds with customers and teammates, while building a base in the financial services industry. With our training, you’ll grow and take on new responsibilities quickly.
Sound good? Now imagine never having to miss a Thanksgiving dinner or skip Saturday night plans. If that’s calling your name, let’s talk.
You’ll make the difference at Commerce. All while you enjoy predictable hours, competitive benefits and growth in and out of work.
Your work is a part of life, not the other way around. A career as a Personal Banker means that you’ll receive:
And you can make the most of your “work” life with these tools:
To show we appreciate what you’ll do for the bank, we offer a complete reward package to support your physical, emotional and financial well-being, including:
These are the skills that enable our Personal Bankers to thrive on the job:
Interacting with people in all walks of life is easy for you and you can talk to anyone and find common ground.
You take on new opportunities with a can-do attitude and even when things get tough, you step up to handle whatever life throws at you.
Helping customers is your focus. You can build strong relationships, ask questions, listen attentively, and proactively find solutions that fit our customers' needs.
Partnering with others, meeting shared goals, and sharing knowledge is how you thrive. You know that a good team can make the work day fly by.
You excel when every day is different, and you can use a variety of skills in your daily tasks.
Interested in becoming a Personal Banker? What matters most is the drive to help others, providing top-notch service, and ability to reach goals. Notice we didn’t mention previous banking experience? If answering these questions from your own work experience is a breeze, you’ve got what it takes to rock a Personal Banker interview.
How do you build relationships with your customers?
How do you uncover the needs of your customers?
How do you approach challenging customer situations?