COMMUNITY:

It’s a collective sense of accomplishment

Why we’re growing. Career opportunities that empower success.

 

Where you work is almost as important as what you do. Your professional setting has an impact on the quality of your performance. Spend your time, your talent, and your future among a dynamic group of like-minded individuals who care about the impact of their efforts. People who understand the difference they can make, not just within an organization, but throughout the places where they live and work. People who are encouraged to advance and succeed.

Experience a setting where you can help to enhance our community as well as your skills.

As we expand to new locations, our team is growing, too. And you can be a part of it. Working with Community Bank is fun because it’s challenging in all the best ways. You’ll have the opportunity to learn new skills. Maximize your talents. And broaden your ability to serve our customers within a setting that is personable yet professional.

In return for your contributions, we offer competitive compensation and benefits, including a bank-matching 401 (k) program; comprehensive training; and advancement potential.

If you have a background in the areas of finance and/or banking, explore your ability to fulfill your potential, and experience the extraordinary sense of accomplishment our work brings.

Current employment opportunities include:  

Community Bank of Oak Park River Forest is an equal opportunity employer. Minorities/Females/Protected Veterans/Disabled

 

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eChecking Account

Our eChecking Account is perfect for those on the go. Simply use online banking, mobile banking, online bill pay and more for your day-to-day banking needs. 

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“This is my favorite place I have ever worked. The bank gives us the tools to do our jobs successfully. We care about one another and about the clients, and I sense that they feel it, too. I also really like that we volunteer and give back to the community.”

Mike S., Community Bank Universal Banker