Why Work for Us?

Join our team of more than 625 professionals and get to work with exceptional people, grow your skills and advance your career. 


We have the best employment opportunities available

  • Find a job where you get to take your career in the direction you choose. Committed to our state as a community bank since 1959, we keep a focus on personal customer service of the highest standards. We are committed to the economic growth of Nevada and we remain at the forefront of great innovation in financial services.
  •  At Nevada State Bank, we attract and retain the best and the brightest talent. Our talent pool consists of employees who do the right thing, present a can-do spirit, serve as confidants, provide accountability, act as financial specialists and are viewed as problem solvers. 
  • Our workforce is capable, knowledgeable, and empowered to meet our key objectives through on-going training and leadership development with a line-driven process.
  • Nevada State Bank is a drug-free company and an Equal Opportunity Employer.
  • Employer-paid basic life insurance
  • Employee and dependent supplemental life is available for purchase
  • Accidental death and dismemberment insurance
  • Employer-paid basic long-term disability (LTD) insurance
  • Supplemental LTD insurance is available for purchase
  • 401(k)—with immediate matching and no vesting requirements
  • Profit sharing program
  • Discounted banking services
  • Paid holidays, vacation and leave credits
  • Employee assistance program (EAP)
  • Good Health Wellness Program to create value and serve as a resource for employees and their family members
  • LiveWell Rewards—$50 or $100 employer-paid contribution to employees’ HSAs per year for completion of Wellness Program activities
  • Discounts to local theaters, sporting events, performing arts, and more


At Nevada State Bank, we know that the way to attract and retain the best employees is to offer competitive salaries and benefits. We offer a full array of health insurance benefits, retirement plans, educational assistance, and much more. Employees regularly scheduled to work 20 or more hours per work are eligible for benefits.

Total training time for new employees averages between 45 and 50 hours the first year.