The Village Bank has been part of the community fabric for over 100 years; not only providing banking services to customers, but also providing employment and growth opportunities to our employees. The average tenure of our employees is over 8 years, but we have many employees who have been with the Bank 15, 20 and 30+ years!
The Village Bank is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
We have created several programs designed to create individual career development paths for our employees.
- The Management Trainee Program is a six month program that prepares an employee for a career in bank management through a curriculum spanning each area of the bank.
- Our Mentor Program pairs seasoned managers with less experienced employees to guide them and assist them in reaching their career goals.
- The Bank’s Supervisory Training Program prepares individuals to assume first line supervisory responsibilities.
“The Management Training program not only helped me to better understand the day-to-day operations of the Bank, it also helped me to build connections with my fellow Village Bankers.”
“The Management Training program has helped to develop my work ethic, time management skills, and enhanced my patience and understanding. The program has been one of the best learning experiences of my working career thus far, and I am confident that those who follow in my footsteps in the future will value the time and effort our Senior Management, Managers, and employees put into training the Management Trainee.”
Jeidy Batista, Retail Banking Coordinator
The Village Bank is committed to attracting and retaining top talents. These programs help our employees to reach their career potential.
The Village Bank is committed to the policy of providing equal employment opportunities for employment, training, compensation, transfer, promotion, and other aspects of employment for all qualified applicants and employees without regard to sex, race, creed, color, religion, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, veteran status, physical or mental disabilities, genetics or any other status protected by law.