Come and work with our customer-focused team of professional and growth-minded Honor Bankers.
Honor Bank is Currently Seeking:
Branch Manager, Traverse City Garfield Avenue branch. Areas of focus: creation of new business relationships within the community, as well as maintaining and expanding existing accounts. The Branch Manager is the lead relationship manager for all retail and small business customers. The Branch Manager has a combined focus of sales, coaching, training, delivery, fulfillment, analysis, and communications.
Branch Manager, Lake Ann branch. Areas of focus: creation of new business relationships within the community, as well as maintaining and expanding existing accounts. The Branch Manager is the lead relationship manager for all retail and small business customers. The Branch Manager has a combined focus of sales, coaching, training, delivery, fulfillment, analysis, and communications.
More more information, reach out to:
Pracilla L. Venhuizen, AVP Human Resource Manager
Direct: 231.639.1719 | [email protected]
Honor Bank is a northwest Michigan community bank, proudly celebrating over 100 years of service with branches in Traverse City, Bear Lake, Benzonia, Buckley, Copemish, Honor, and Lake Ann.
As a community bank, we have never lost sight of the fact that our customers are, and always have been, our neighbors. We maintain our practice and philosophy focused on being a local bank serving local people.
What We’re Looking For:
The values that we seek in a team member are summarized in the our core values.
Pull up a chair.
Approachable – We don’t check our humanity at the door. We are approachable with both our customers and teammates.
Listening – We listen more than we speak, so we can better understand.
Accessibility – We don’t hide behind titles and automated phone attendants. We go out of our way to make ourselves available to teammates and customers.
Be a neighbor.
Community – We are on a mission to improve the financial lives of our customers and communities.
Giving Back – We are leaders within our communities and, as such, are responsible for offering our time, talents, and funds to help make them prosper.
Integrity – Do the right thing, always. Integrity is a prerequisite to trust and is foundational to our success. Leading with integrity means taking 100% responsibility, communicating clearly, and keeping your word.
Find the opportunity.
Inquisitiveness – We ask ourselves, “How can we get this done?” and figure out ways to improve the process.
Positive Mindset – We make the best out of any situation and give more than we expect to get in return.
Resourcefulness – Doing more with less breeds efficiency and innovation.
We’ve got your back.
Teamwork – We put Honor Bank first and act on behalf of the entire Bank beyond just oneself and one’s department. We win and lose together.
Success – We care personally and are invested in each other’s success.
Humility – It’s the confidence to be humble, not meek or unambitious. It gives us the capacity for self-awareness so that we can learn and is essential for the collaboration we want at Honor Bank.
Let’s be real.
No Surprises – We share good news fast and bad news faster. By sharing the good, we have the opportunity to reinforce and celebrate the positive. By discussing problems freely and openly, we solve them more quickly. We reward – not punish – people for getting issues into the open where they can be solved.
Transparency – We are open with where we are headed and how we plan on getting there.
Listen, Challenge, Commit – We have an obligation to listen with humility, and the confidence to challenge when we disagree, even when doing so is uncomfortable. Afterward, we support the final decision as a team.
The future is created in the present. We believe that if we invest in our values now, the future will take care of itself. It’s important to have a vision for the bank and to establish goals for realizing that vision, but without consideration for the human element, all you have are words on paper. People — our employees and our customers — give those words meaning.
Benefits You’re Looking For
Our competitive benefits package includes:
- Health, dental, vision, life insurance, long- and short-term disability insurance, flexible spending account plans and more
- 401(k) plan including both traditional and Roth savings options
- Opt-out reimbursement for those who elect out of the insurance plans
- Incentive and bonus programs
- Paid time-off, sick time, and holidays
- Paid volunteer hours
Thank you for considering a career with Honor Bank. We wish you success on your employment journey.
Equal Opportunity Employer
We are an equal opportunity employer. All applicants will be considered for employment without attention to age, race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran, or disability status.
Please direct all inquiries to:
Pracilla Venhuizen | [email protected]
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