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Washington Trust Bank Overview

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Spokane, WA
501 to 1000 employees
Company - Private
$100 to $500 million (USD) per year
As the oldest and largest privately-held commercial bank in the Northwest, with over 40 financial centers and offices in Washington, Idaho and Oregon, we enjoy an advantage over our publicly-owned competitors. We base decisions and policies on ... Read more

Mission: We will be the best at understanding and meeting the financial needs of our customers. We focus our unique strengths as a community bank on serving those customers who perceive a distinct value in building long-term relationships with us.

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    Very positive, supportive, encouraging work environment. From my first day at work, I felt like I was part of a family. My co-workers were extremely positive and helpful. When I flew to the bank headquarters in Spokane for training, I felt very welcome and appreciated by each employee I came in contact with. The CEO of the bank even came to our training to introduce himself and tell us how much he appreciated us.


    There aren't many training procedures or any training manuals in place. It's a learn as you go process.

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Washington Trust Bank Photos

Washington Trust Bank photo of: Our Meridian branch team is here to serve you.
Washington Trust Bank photo of: Our Sandpoint branch team outside their new location at Panhandle Mill Plaza, which opened November 2015.
Washington Trust Bank photo of: Pete Stanton, our Chairman and CEO, made good on a bet he lost over Superbowl XLIX. Thanks for being a good sport, Pete!
Washington Trust Bank photo of: At our Spokane headquarters this year, we really danced the big dance for March Madness.
Washington Trust Bank photo of: Just one example of a well-stocked coffee bar available to both our customers and employees.
Washington Trust Bank photo of: Burke, Katy, and Jim, three members of our executive team, volunteering at a United Way campaign event at our Spokane headquarters.
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Washington Trust Bank Interviews



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    Relationship Manager Interview

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    I applied through a recruiter. I interviewed at Washington Trust Bank (Spokane, WA) in April 2017.


    The first step was a phone screening to review your school, work, volunteer experience. The second step was an invitational group get together. There were about 10 members of the management team and about 20 applicants. The setting was pretty laid back in terms of interview style. The whole point was to network and have ordinary conversations with the team so that everyone could become familiar with each other.

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    • The interview did not really have typical interview questions. It was primarily just a casual conversation geared toward getting to know the management team and to ask any questions you may have.   Answer Question
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