Open Positions

Commercial Loan Documentation I - Loan Center Bremerton

The primary responsibility of the Commercial Loan Documentation I position is the accurate processing, documenting and perfecting collateral for non-real estate related and non-complex commercial loan files.  This position also requires being an active member and mentor of a highly evolved work team in the Loan Servicing Center.

Required Education, Experience, and Skills:
• High school diploma or GED required.
• This is an entry level position with no previous documentation skills required, however, some lending exposure is preferable. 
• Excellent organizational skills, communication (written and oral) and interpersonal skills and attention to detail are required.
• The use of decision-making, problem analysis, independent judgment or action and discretion.
• Ability to work with accuracy in an environment with multiple distractions.
• Basic knowledge of personal computers and Microsoft Office Suite, and ability to operate other standard office equipment such as typewriter, and 10 key calculator/adding machine.

Commercial Relationship Manager - Commercial Banking Port Orchard

The Commercial Relationship Manager works collaboratively with a relationship team consisting primarily of a Credit Analyst/Credit Officer, Loan Coordinator, and Market Manager.   Responsible for managing a portfolio consisting of both commercial and business banking clients; with a specific focus on developing and growing new profitable relationships which have over $250,000 in aggregate lending commitments with Kitsap Bank (commercial relationships).  The Commercial Relationship Manager will hold the responsibility of ensuring that goals are met, business opportunities in the market are developed and customers are engaged and satisfied. 

Required Education, Experience, and Skills:
• Bachelor’s Degree in business, finance or accounting.  Equivalent combinations of education and experience may be considered. 
• A minimum of ten years' experience in commercial lending
• Strong credit and analytical skills. 
• In depth knowledge of financial products and banking regulations.
• Demonstrated experience with and broad understanding of personal and commercial financial statements.
• Proven experience with and comprehensive understanding of commercial lending and business operations.
• Strong working knowledge of regulatory compliance and Kitsap Bank policy.
• Strong consultative sales skills.
• Excellent communication skills (written, verbal, listening).
• Detail-oriented and well-organized.
• Ability to handle multiple priorities and produce results.
• Ability to work independently as well as part of a team.
• Ability to handle frequent changes.
• Creative/innovative problem solver.
• High level of integrity.
• Self-motivated/takes initiative.
• Ability to travel to client’s places of business and to attend community events. 
• Ability to effectively utilize computer technology.  Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite programs. 
 

Credit Officer - Fife

Summary: The Credit Officer, works collaboratively within a relationship team concept, consisting of as many as three Relationship Manager and Loan Coordinators, to efficiently deliver credit solutions to clients and prospects.  The Credit Officer supports the commercial lending team by providing the credit analysis, underwriting and presentation of loan requests, conducting research into the industry and market, and providing economic information to support the credit decision.  The Credit Officer will typically handle conventional credit opportunities, including but not limited to, business banking, commercial loans, CRE, non-complex construction, and SBA.  The Credit Officer provides credit approval recommendations and concurrence with relationship manager’s recommendations as appropriate.

Required Education, Experience, and Skills:

• Bachelor’s degree in business, finance or accounting. Equivalent combinations of education and experience may be considered.
• Three or more years’ experience in a commercial credit or lending function.
• Three plus years of commercial credit analysis experience.  
• In depth understanding of the risk management process and responsibilities.
• Strong credit analysis skills including experience in preparing written credit requests.
• Knowledge and full understanding of bank loan policies.
• Knowledge of all aspects of documentation relating to commercial loans, lines, construction and mortgages required.
• Working knowledge of regulatory requirements pertaining to commercial and consumer loans and Kitsap Bank policy.
• Excellent financial analytical abilities.
• Strong communication skills (written, verbal, listening).
• Proven ability to work effectively with clients.
• Detail-oriented and well-organized.
• Ability to handle multiple priorities and produce results.
• Ability to work independently as well as part of a team.
• Ability to handle frequent changes.
• Creative/innovative problem solver.
• High level of integrity.
• Self-motivated/takes initiative.
• Proficient knowledge in the use of Bukers, Profit Intel, etc.
• Ability to effectively utilize computer technology.  Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite programs.
• Travel is occasionally required to client’s places of business and to attend community events.

Intern - Credit Administration Bellevue Lending Office

Summary: 
As an Intern at Kitsap Bank you will learn the roles and responsibilities within the department you are placed in. Each internship is tailored to a specific department, providing you with knowledge, hands-on experience. More importantly, regardless of the business area, from day one you’ll be welcomed as a contributing team member.  You will learn how we keep customers at the forefront of everything we do and our passion to give back to local communities.

Required Education, Experience, and Skills:

• Working towards a Bachelor’s degree. 
• Strong interpersonal skills and communication skills, including ability to apply good human relations skills in dealing with bank staff and prospective clients.
• Detail-oriented and well-organized.
• Ability to handle multiple priorities and produce results.
• Ability to work independently as well as part of a team.
• Creative/innovative problem solver.
• Self-motivated/takes initiative.
• Ability to effectively utilize computer technology.  Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite programs.
• Ability to operate standard bank/office equipment such as a copy machine, telephone, fax machine, and ten-key calculator.

Physical/Mental Requirements:

• Position frequently involves hearing, speaking, fingering, standing, walking and repetitive motions of hands/wrists. 
• Requires use of close and distance vision.
• Ability to read, write, speak and understand English and effectively communicate with Bank clients. 
• Travel may be required on occasion.   
• Ability to discern information and formulate appropriate action. 
• Ability to lift up to 30 pounds.

 

Intern - Credit Administration Fife

As an Intern at Kitsap Bank you will learn the roles and responsibilities within the department you are placed in. Each internship is tailored to a specific department, providing you with knowledge, hands-on experience. More importantly, regardless of the business area, from day one you’ll be welcomed as a contributing team member.  You will learn how we keep customers at the forefront of everything we do and our passion to give back to local communities.

Required Education, Experience, and Skills:

• Working towards a Bachelor’s degree. 
• Strong interpersonal skills and communication skills, including ability to apply good human relations skills in dealing with bank staff and prospective clients.
• Detail-oriented and well-organized.
• Ability to handle multiple priorities and produce results.
• Ability to work independently as well as part of a team.
• Creative/innovative problem solver.
• Self-motivated/takes initiative.
• Ability to effectively utilize computer technology.  Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite programs.
• Ability to operate standard bank/office equipment such as a copy machine, telephone, fax machine, and ten-key calculator.

Physical/Mental Requirements:

• Position frequently involves hearing, speaking, fingering, standing, walking and repetitive motions of hands/wrists. 
• Requires use of close and distance vision.
• Ability to read, write, speak and understand English and effectively communicate with Bank clients. 
• Travel may be required on occasion.   
• Ability to discern information and formulate appropriate action. 
• Ability to lift up to 30 pounds.    

Loan Coordinator - Kitsap, Pierce or King County

Summary: 
The Loan Coordinator works collaboratively with a relationship team consisting primarily of Relationship Managers, Credit Analyst, Credit Officer, Loan Origination, and Loan Operations to efficiently deliver lending solutions to our clients and prospects.  The Loan Coordinator is responsible for driving the loan closing process from start to finish; initiating renewals and extensions with assistance of the Relationship Managers. The Loan Coordinator may assist the Relationship Manager in originating new loans and providing servicing support for existing customers; including facilitating and performing various functions with loan documentation, compliance and relationship servicing. 

Required Education, Experience, and Skills:

• High School diploma or GED
• Three to Five Banking Experience; Preferred two to five years Commercial Banking loan assistant or relevant work experience. 
• Excellent interpersonal skills and communication skills, including ability to work on a team and apply good human relationship skills in dealing with bank staff, clients and prospective customers.
• Strong organizational, analytical problem solving skills with attention to detail and ability to effectively multi-task, prioritize, and thrive in a dynamic, fast paced work environment. 
• Knowledge of bank products, services, department procedures, policies, and regulations to ensure proper loan completion and customer service.
• Knowledgeable regarding aspects of documentation relating to commercial loans, lines, construction, and mortgages including: Regulatory requirements, proper titling, and loan structures.
• Proficient knowledge of PC applications, including but not limited to Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook

 

Tellers

Accepting Resumes for:

Full-Time Teller Opening: Gig Harbor, Port Orchard

Full-Time Teller Float Opening:

Temporary Teller Opening:

Part Time Teller Opening: 

Through face-to-face interactions with customers, you will have the opportunity to provide a top-notch client service experience by building and enhancing customer relationships by accurately and efficiently processing and recording routine transactions for Bank clients. You will also actively promote the Bank’s products and services to gain and deepen client relationships.