Bangor Savings Bank - Belfast


Financial & Accounting

About Us

At Bangor Savings Bank, we have a firm belief in the people and communities we serve. That’s why we've lived and worked here for over 166 years, investing in our communities and our people. It's why our employees collectively donate thousands of service-hours every year, and we support hundreds of causes throughout Northern New England and continue to help local organizations energize and enhance the quality of life for its citizens.

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Category: Banking
This position provides excellent customer service by greeting customers in a friendly manner, developing rapport and satisfying customer transactional needs. Processes transactions efficiently and accurately while meeting the Bank’s Customer Experience standards. Contributes to the overall sales growth of the Bank by exploring customers’ financial needs and goals. Recommends solutions as more
Contact: Ashton Gourley
Consumer Banking Relationship Manager
Category: Banking
Reporting to the Branch Manager, the Relationship Manager’s primary responsibility is branch sales growth and customer development. The RM supports the Bank’s mission to be the preferred financial institution in Maine by taking responsibility for consumer and Maine Street business sales production. Sales functions include business development activities and building of bank advocacy networks. The more