- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
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Offers benefits for full and part time employees (health, retirement, tuition reimbursement, etc.)
In-Person training and development plans for employees.
Career growth and movement is encouraged from the bottom up.
Eligible for incentive payouts.
Hours allow for work/life balance.
Competitive pay with other financial institutions.
Small cap on annual raises
Technology and Policy/Procedures are slow to evolve due to Bancorp structure.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied through an employee referral. The process took 3 weeks – interviewed at Nevada State Bank in December 2010.
In depth application/questionnaire online. Group interview includes 2-4 people (mixture of HR and branch managers) and 10-15 people being interviewed. They ask you to bring in a product to give a sales pitch. You have to do this in front of everybody. Make it something your passionate about and well informed of. Many people bring their cell phones or their clothes that they're wearing to try and sell to the interviewers. That is such a bad idea!
Often they play a game (ex: pictionary) to see how well you participate. Then the interviewers ask several questions. After a small break they pull people individually into a small office and tell you if you have the job or not. You have to have drug testing and background check done before you can start. there is a 2-3 day observation in a branch and then a week of training. Then you observe a teller for 2 weeks and then have your own drawer while the training teller watches you. entire training is supposed to last about 2 months. However, depending on the branch you train at, you are sometimes thrown into it the day after class training ends.
- They are fairly basic questions. Just make sure you bring a good item to sell and practice a lot before hand. You want to give them reasons to want the item. Not just why you like it. Answer Question
No negotiation. The bank sees the position as an easy to fill position and does not really allow you to negotiate anything.
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Believe it or not, there's a business in Las Vegas that helps you keep your money. A subsidiary of Zions Bancorporation, Nevada State Bank operates more than 50 branches in Sin City and the rest of the state. Serving consumers, professionals, and small and midsized businesses, the bank provides standard services such as checking and savings accounts, certificates of deposit, and check and credit cards. It also offers financial planning, investment management, and trust services. Nevada State Bank is mainly a real estate lender, with one- to four family residential...