Welcome to Washington Trust Bank, where we believe our employees are our most valuable asset.
Even if you’ve never thought about working for a bank before, Washington Trust can provide rewarding opportunities for many career paths, including banking and finance, human resources and training, information technology and security, legal and compliance, marketing and communications, internships and more.
- More than 40 financial centers across the Northwest
- 1,100 employees and growing
- Over $11 billion in assets
- Locally owned and privately held
- Consistently listed as one of American Banker’s Best Banks to Work For
- Voted Best Bank by the Inlander for 12 consecutive years
Watrustology isn’t just how we define and embrace wisdom, vision, passion and strength. It’s our enduring, unwavering set of values and guiding philosophy. It’s our DNA. And it‘s defined by our core belief that every person matters and deserves our best. It has defined Washington Trust for more than a century. And it’s why we’ve remained a private and proudly independent bank.
We foster a culture of wisdom by attracting and developing the brightest minds in the industry and encouraging them to share their knowledge, innovation and inspiration with our clients and each other. We thrive in a culture built on listening, transparency and trust. We are committed to progress and creating a more equitable future for all who we serve.
We are committed to serving the communities of the Northwest, guided by our mission:
“We will be the best at understanding and meeting the financial needs of our customers. We will focus our unique strengths as a community bank on serving those customers who perceive a distinct value in building long-term relationships with us.”
Since opening our doors in 1902, we have been driven to provide the highest level of quality service and financial stability to our customers and employees. We were built with an ethical, sustainable business model that has proven the test of time. When banks were closing their doors during the Great Depression, we kept ours open. When there were mass layoffs during the 2009 recession, we had none. When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, we quickly transitioned more than 700 employees to remote work and provided contactless banking options for our customers to do our part in keeping everyone safe and healthy.
We believe long-term goals are more important than quarterly profits, and this has contributed to our success. Just as our customers have been trusting us with their financial decisions for more than a century, our employees have trusted us with helping them achieve their career goals, and we have a proven record of providing both.
Washington Trust is passionate about providing the best for the communities we serve through sponsorship support and volunteer efforts. This dedication resonates through leadership and our team members. We encourage our employees to become involved in their communities to make a meaningful impact on nonprofit organizations and the beneficiaries of their services, recognizing that such participation enriches the lives and well-being of our employees as well.
Washington Trust’s Crew in Blue – our employee-led philanthropic committee – takes pride in making a difference and organizing team volunteer and giving opportunities under the motto, “Serve, Support and Enrich.” Community involvement is at the core of our values. We bolster that commitment by offering employees up to eight hours of paid volunteer time each year to participate in activities that benefit their community.
Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
We believe excellent employees are our greatest strength at Washington Trust, transcending factors such as race, age, religion and sexual orientation. Diversity enriches our workforce and enables us to better serve our customers and the communities in which we live, work and play. We are proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Washington Trust is committed to recruiting and retaining the most qualified individuals in the industry and a part of that is providing professional development and training opportunities for our valued employees. We offer several formal training programs, as well as personalized one-on-one coaching and development for employees in both leadership and non-leadership positions.
We believe that work should be an important part of your life, but we understand that it is not your whole life. We’re here to help you succeed in all aspects in your life. Through our wellness program and our commitment to work-life balance, we offer a variety of ways to focus on your health and happiness, focused on emotional, financial, nutritional, physical and social well-being.
- Discounts (events, tech, bus and parking passes, lift tickets, movie tickets, concert tickets and more)
- Access to self-care resources, educational workshops and overall health risk assessments
- Incentives for staying healthy through wellness challenges and events
- Informational newsletters and blogs, monthly live educational sessions, community activities, photo contests and more
Commercial Relationship Manager
Our commercial relationship managers are invested in doing what’s right for their clients and partnering on long-term goals.
Priority Service Representative
Washington Trust’s Priority Service team is dedicated to providing courteous, professional and accurate customer service.
This position embodies Washington Trust’s culture by remaining focused on the customer experience in every aspect of their day.