Union Bank
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Grow Your Career With A Local Bank That Has Deep Roots.

At Union Bank, we understand that one of the most significant ways we can contribute to our local communities is through caring for our employees’ careers and their futures. That’s why we offer competitive salaries, great benefits, and we work hard to create a comfortable and supportive community-minded work environment with plenty of room to advance your career.

Current Job Opportunities

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Why Work at Union Bank?

You can count on us. For more than 130 years, Union Bank has made banking easier and more convenient by investing in the success of our local communities. With more than $1.2 billion in total assets and 21 offices throughout Northern Vermont and Northern New Hampshire—we’ve built a strong financial institution with deep roots that will thrive for years to come.

  • Outstanding Rating FDIC Community Reinvestment Act
  • VHFA Top Lender 2021 Icon
  • American Banker Top 200 Community Banks in the US 2015-2021
  • Newsweek's Best Small Bank in Vermont 2021

“Everybody here cares about each other and supports each other. Whatever is going on in your life, good or bad, they have your back.”

— Suzanne Hurlburt, Head Teller, Morrisville, Vermont —

Employee Benefits & Perks

We know you have more to consider than a healthy salary. You need healthcare, dental, and time to sit back and unwind. At Union Bank, we offer a great benefits package to all of our full-time employees, including:

  • Vacation, personal and sick time with 15  days paid vacation during 1st year of service
  • Comprehensive medical coverage—with three choices of health care plans
  • Dental coverage—with two choices of dental insurance plans
  • Flexible spending and dependent care accounts
  • Life and disability insurance (short term and long term)
  • 401K retirement savings plan with generous company match
  • Education reimbursement and paid training with access to a library of courses
  • Interest free loan for purchase of a personal computer and access to specially priced Dell computer products
  • Service charge free checking account & free checks
  • Discounted consumer loan interest rates
  • Free safe deposit box
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“With multiple health and dental insurance options, short and long-term disability insurance, life insurance, a generous 401k match, real opportunities for training and education, as well as banker’s hours and paid time off for Federal Holidays, it’s a pretty compelling benefits package.”

— Michael Posternak, Branch Administrator, Morrisville, Vermont —

Current Job Opportunities

Find and grow your career at a community bank with a deep history you can count on. We’re seeking motivated individuals who reflect our commitment to local, quality customer service. Browse our career opportunities in Vermont and New Hampshire below.

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The Application Process

Applying for a new job is exciting but waiting to hear back is never easy. That’s why we are committed to reviewing all submitted applications in a timely manner with quick communication to all candidates.

Once you have submitted an application, you should receive an email within the next day to confirm it was received. If you are qualified for the position, you can expect to hear from us within a week. During an initial call, we will discuss your application and address any questions. If the position is a good fit, we will contact you to schedule an interview. Depending on the position, you can expect 1-3 interviews in total. An email will be sent approximately one day after each interview to outline any next steps.

We look forward to receiving your application!

“My career path was a little different as I never attended college, but always knew that I wanted to work in a business setting. Union Bank provided that atmosphere and has been a place where I can continue to advance my career.”

— Tara Donovan, Branch Manager. Littleton, New Hampshire —

Application FAQs

  1. Is Union Bank an Equal Opportunity Employer?

    Yes. We firmly believe that our success depends on the full and effective utilization of qualified persons, regardless of race, creed, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, date of birth, disability, veteran status, gender identity or other protected characteristic and we will not discriminate in employment on the basis of genetic factors for you or family members. Additionally, we are committed to working in partnership with all members of our financial institution to build a welcoming and inclusive community.

  2. What does it mean that Union Bank is a community bank?

    community bank is a lending institution that primarily serves businesses and individuals in a small geographic area. Community banks tend to emphasize personal relationships with their customers and support the local communities in ways that are not possible for larger institutions

  3. What insurance benefits does Union Bank offer?

    Union Bank offers three choices of health insurance as well as 2 choices of dental insurance to best meet the needs of all our employees. The coverage is comprehensive with less out of pocket costs than typical employer plans.  We also provide vision, and fully paid disability and life insurance coverage.

  4. Does Union Bank offer paid time off?

    Absolutely! We offer new full-time employees up to three weeks of paid vacation as well as paid sick time and 11 National Holidays.

  5. Do you have to have a college degree to work in a bank?

    No. There are many positions within the bank that do not require college degrees.

  6. Do you have to be an expert in math?

    No. Although many of the positions at the bank require math skills, one does not need to he an expert.

  7. Are there opportunities for growth?

    Yes. With approximately 200 employees located in 18 branches across Northern Vermont and New Hampshire, there is virtually unlimited potential for growth. In fact, Community Banks are one of the best places to advance ones career! In fact, our President & CEO started his career at Union Bank as a teller some 30+ years ago.

  8. I don’t have all the qualifications listed on the job posting. Should I still apply?

    Yes. We encourage people to apply even if they do not possess all the listed qualifications. While the ideal candidate may possess most or all of the desired qualifications, Union Bank will consider all candidates based on the knowledge, skills and abilities they possess. Candidates meeting some but not all of these qualifications are urged to apply.

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“I worked at other banks for years and watched them go from ‘community’ to ‘corporate.’  At Union Bank, everyone is open and welcoming. It’s not a corporate culture. It’s a community culture.”

— Stacie Griffiths, Branch Manager, Jericho, Vermont —
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Company Culture

At Union Bank, the satisfaction, success and well-being of our customers, communities and co-workers are our top priorities. We strive to create and maintain a supportive, friendly and inclusive work environment, where each team member can reach their fullest potential. We offer comprehensive training and educational opportunities to help folks achieve their career goals. We also provide a very attractive benefits package to help keep our employees healthy and happy at work and at home.

Our growing team of 200+ is purpose oriented, collaborative and dedicated to doing what is best for each other and the communities we serve. For over 130 years, Union Bank has been guided by these principals. We are modest by nature, but proud of our employees and the positive impact they make in our little corner of the world.

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Community Involvement

As a community bank, caring for our neighbors and working to make our communities great places to live is not only valuable, but also essential. We understand the challenges of small-town life and we know what a difference generosity can make to our towns—because we live here, too. We actively support a wide number of organizations and programs across our communities.

Our Community Connections

  • $208,577.00
    in donations and grants in 2021
  • 175+
    organizations supported throughout VT & NH
  • 2,752
    Volunteer hours in 2021

Our People

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    Non-Profit Community Spotlight

    Union Bank is a proud supporter of local non-profits, such as Copley Hospital and Northeastern Vermont Regional Hospital. Learn how our support led to a new MRI unit, and how we helped provide critical protective equipment at the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Photo of Shelburne Branch building

    Living and Working in Shelburne

    Wonder what it’s like to live and work in the town of Shelburne, Vermont? Community members from our Shelburne Village branch share their input and insights on this beautiful location, and everything it has to offer to someone considering a career at this location.

  • Lamoille Valley Rail Trail Photo

    Lamoille Valley Rail Trail Picks Up Steam

    The Lamoille Valley Rail Trail is undergoing a transformation, with support by Union Bank. This multi-use, all-season recreation trail offers the community a new place to gather. Once completed, this Rail Trail will span the length of Vermont.


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