Over more than 160 years, Dollar Bank has solidified its position as a large, full service regional bank. Our growth and stability have provided our employees with a solid workplace. Employees are encouraged to explore opportunities for advancement within the organization and we are proud of those who have worked their way up from entry and mid-level positions. Many of our employees have enjoyed long careers at Dollar Bank – some for more than 40 years. We reward our employees’ dedication with an excellent benefits package including an employer-matching 401(k) plan, tuition reimbursement, gym reimbursement and more.
Key to the success of Dollar Bank is our employees. At its core, banking is a business of responsibility and earning the confidence of our customers. As a mutual bank, we understand the people and the regions that we serve. Our employees live and work in these neighborhoods. We strive to meet the financial needs of consumers and businesses alike, while also focusing on regional issues and opportunities that help support the communities we call home. We sponsor a variety of events of organizations every year, from homeownership workshops to arts festivals to the United Way. It is our interdependence with the regions we serve that has created a deep local insight that guides the decisions we make.
Our employees’ commitment to our customers and neighborhoods in turn creates a community culture in the Dollar Bank workplace. This community environment, combined with the longevity of Dollar Bank careers, affords employees personal connections with their co-workers and investment in their work.
We are community-oriented and customer-focused in everything we do. We understand the importance of contributing to our local neighborhoods to help them grow and thrive. Any like-minded individuals would be assets to our team. If you’d like more than just a job, Dollar Bank offers a variety of opportunities for you to explore. Join us!
I have been working at Dollar Bank full-time (Less than a year)
Fun staff, good training, and progressive environment.
Smaller bank, customers can be weird.
I applied online. I interviewed at Dollar Bank (Pittsburgh, PA) in November 2016.
I applied online. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at Dollar Bank (Pittsburgh, PA) in Nov, 2016.
I applied online and received a phone call to schedule a face to face interview, which mainly involved questions related to the position and behavioral question.
I got another phone call to schedule another round of face to face interview. And, unfortunately I couldn't get the job offer.
Everyone was really kind and approachable during both the interviews. They made me feel comfortable and were helpful about every question I had. The process took around a month and consisted of two rounds of interviews.
They normally takes 1 round of face to face interview, but when they are confused in between two candidates. They asks for one more round of face to face interview.
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