A Service Business

Banks are privately owned institutions that, generally, accept deposits and make loans. However, banks also provide many services to consumers and businesses:

  • Checking and savings accounts
  • Loan and mortgage services
  • Wealth management
  • Credit and debit cards
  • Currency exchange
  • Safety deposit box security
  • And more

Vital to Economic Security

  • Confidence in bank’s facilitation of billions of dollars in payments allows for the efficient flow of commerce in our state and across the nation.
  • Through FDIC insurance, banks guarantee customer deposits are secure.
  • Banks hold millions in municipal bonds and in loans to local governments to make public improvements.
  • Households, businesses, and non-profit organizations entrust our banks to administer their money in fiduciary assets.

Benefits of a Banking Career

Whatever your role in the bank, the rewards are great:

  • Competitive salaries
  • Opportunities for career growth
  • On-the-job career development
  • A healthy work-life balance
  • Stable hours
  • Strong philanthropic values
  • Leadership opportunities
  • Multiple career paths

Countless Career Opportunities

  • Accounting
  • Agricultural Banking
  • Banking Administration
  • Business/Commercial Banking
  • Human Resources
  • Information Technology
  • Marketing
  • Mortgage Lending
  • Operations and Business Management
  • Legal Compliance
  • Retail Banking
  • Product Management
  • Wealth Management

Wisconsin banks are equal opportunity, affirmative action employers. Minorities, women, veterans, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

A Banking Best Fit

There are so many opportunities to find your fit in a banking career. If you would describe yourself using any of these descriptors, a career in banking may be the perfect fit for you!

A college degree in accounting, finance, business, communications, economics, marketing, or computer science will assist applicants within the banking industry.

Make a Difference

Wisconsin bankers are active in their communities, investing time, talent, and resources to help others. Some outreach opportunities include:

  • Offering scholarships to students
  • Teaching financial literacy
  • Providing services and gifts to people in need
  • Supporting youth and civic programs
  • Serving on boards and committees to provide leadership

Be a Banker

The banking industry offers stable employment, professional growth, rewarding work experiences, and the opportunity to help communities thrive.

Join the more than 30,000 Wisconsinites who have discovered a fulfilling career in banking!


Download the Careers in Banking brochure as a PDF.

Download the Careers in Banking brochure as a Word document.


Email wbaeducation@wisbank.com with additional questions.