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I worked at Washington Trust Company full-time (More than 3 years)
They care about their employees. Good benefits. They look within to seek talent to promote.In the mortgage side, They do very well with conventional home loans as well as portfolio loans.
On mortgage side, they broker their FHA Loans which causes problems because there is no control over the process and underwriting of the file.
Advice to Management
Compare yourself to the local banks not the big banks.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied online. The process took 5 days. I interviewed at Washington Trust Company in October 2014.
I had submitted an application on a Sunday, I received a call in Monday to set up an interview. They were opening a new branch and didn't have a manager yet, so I met with a Regional. It was a very interactive interview with a lot of very interesting topics. It was the type of interview where I left knowing I had landed the job. They asked very typical questions... "What do you know about us/ services" "Tell me more about your work experience and why you'd be valuable to Washington Trust"
- It was just a standard sales questions... "Sell me the pen". For me this came relatively easy because I'm very particular abut my pens. Answer Question
I didn't have to negotiate because they asked me what my salary expectations were initially and they matched that. Everything else is standard if not higher for a bank...
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Without seeming naive, Washington Trust Bancorp can utter "Washington" and "trust" in the same breath. The firm owns The Washington Trust Company, one of the oldest banks in Rhode Island. Chartered in 1800, the bank operates more than15 branches in the state, as well as in southeastern Connecticut. It was originally chartered in 1800. The bank offers standard services such as checking, money market, and savings accounts; CDs; and credit cards. Residential mortgages comprise the largest portion of its loan portfolio, followed by commercial mortgages and ...