Our People Shine

Find your place at Northfield Savings Bank

When you join Northfield Savings Bank, you become part of an energetic, talented team that strives every day to strengthen our communities. We do this by providing customer-focused, responsive financial services for Vermonters, local businesses, and community organizations. We are proud to be one of Vermont’s few mutual savings banks; that means we are owned by our depositors, not shareholders. Since Vermont is Northfield Savings Bank’s home and headquarters, our leadership and management teams understand the needs and perspectives of employees as well as customers.

We help our employees build their professional home at Northfield Savings Bank. Together, we work hard to develop strong connections among co-workers, foster an environment that celebrates diverse backgrounds, and provide a meaningful path for career growth and professional development. It shows in our longevity rate: over 40% of our employees have been with us for 10 or more years.

Throughout our 150-year history, we have encouraged a culture of community involvement by supporting our employees’ volunteer efforts. We also pay a "community dividend" through our commitment to donate 10% of annual earnings to local non-profit organizations. In 2016, Northfield Savings Bank employees volunteered over 6,000 hours in the community.

Working at Northfield Savings Bank, you’ll find a culture that is caring and supportive, teamwork-oriented, professional, and fun. If that sounds like a good fit for you, explore our job opportunities and launch or advance your banking career with us. Even if there isn’t a current listing that matches your skills, visit us again or reach out and let us know of your professional interests: careers@nsbvt.com.

Northfield Savings Bank is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


  • Competitive wages 
  • Medical benefits
  • Dental benefits
  • Profit sharing
  • 401(k) retirement program matching
  • Paid time off
  • Short & Long Term Disability
  • Tuition Assistance

What Our People Have to Say

Evan Brown, Community Banker I, South Burlington

"Our president, Tom Leavitt, once came into our branch and immediately started asking me about the show I was in for Lyric Theatre. By the end of the conversation, he had asked for a link to get tickets. It meant a lot to me to have such a wide breadth of people, from the branch all the way up to the top support me in doing one of my favorite things in the world. It’s a rare sense of camaraderie that I have yet to find working anywhere else."

Deb Williams, HR Operations, Training & Development Manager

"As an employee with Northfield Savings Bank, I have been given the opportunity to grow with the Bank. I am now fortunate to be in a position that enables me to assist my co-workers take advantage of similar growth opportunities. "

Erika Facey, Credit Administration, Berlin

"In 2012, my house was hit by lightning and NSB was there for me. I had employees coming to my house, giving me stuff, the bank gave me money and clothes, food and a place for my family to stay. I was also given a week paid on their time."

Kathy LaCross, VP of Commercial Services, Williston

"It was the day before Christmas when a customer came in and said their tree was stolen from their garage. His wife was upset because they didn’t have the money to purchase a new one, so we had him back his truck up and gave him ours out of the lobby, decorations and all."

Kevin Lunn, Mortgage Underwriter, Berlin

"Since joining NSB, I have served on numerous community organization boards, including the Vermont Affordable Housing Development. NSB embraces the concept of giving back to the community by allowing me to attend board meetings and community functions. In many cases, NSB is also a financial contributor to these organizations that do so much for our community."

Rosemarie White, VP Commercial Lending, Montpelier

"After Tropical Storm Irene, I had many customers who were directly and indirectly affected by flooding.  Not only was I proud of how quickly NSB provided substantial funds to Green Mountain United Way to provide grants to families who were directly affected by the flood, but Management had us actively reach out to customers we knew were affected by the storm to see what we could do to help them—including providing full payment moratoriums for three months while the customers got back on their feet."