Teller (Former Employee) – Prescott, AZ – May 19, 2017
I enjoyed my time at National Bank. I had a good rapport with my fellow co-workers, and most of the customers were very kind. Room for advancement was far from easy, however, and is one of the main reasons I left.
Operations Supervisor (Current Employee) – Wickenburg, AZ – March 20, 2017
National bank of arizona is a great place to work . The employees are great . Promotions take a little too long. Training is excellent online training is available for everyone in the bank as well as face to face training in a class room. Management are great.Most enjoyable are the customers
Senior Personal Banker (Current Employee) – Yuma, AZ – August 24, 2016
Great pay and benefits. Room to advance but not a lot of training. Must be a self-starter. Training is limited and bonuses could be better but they are improving. They also really do care about their customers.
Management style, tech is outdated, poor training.
its greatest asset the breadth and depth of its client base. Within Investment Banking, the firm works with a broad range of issuer clients, including
QA Analyst (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – August 8, 2016
its greatest asset the breadth and depth of its client base. Within Investment Banking, the firm works with a broad range of issuer clients, including corporations, institutions and governments, and provides comprehensive strategic advice, industry-specific expertise and regional market acumen enable our industry coverage teams to serve the evolving needs of clients around the world.
Personal Banker - MLO (Current Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – April 28, 2016
National Bank of Arizona offers adequate training and development programs. My manager took me under his wing and many other bankers and branch managers offered tips and wisdom that were greatly beneficial.
Freedom to be creative with driving sales and generating revenue.
Senior Personal Banker (Current Employee) – Arizona – April 27, 2016
Sucks. Middle and upper management are focused more on golf tournaments and conference calls, than the employees, their performance and career development. Technology and procedures are decades behind the industry. Feebly attempting to hold on business while the financial industry passes them by.
Teller (Former Employee) – Yuma, AZ – February 24, 2015
I enjoyed working for National Bank and they were a good company to work for. The only problems that I had was with a supervisor that was allowed to speak down to employees and nothing was done about it.
Was like working with family, but culture is rapidly changing.
Branch Support Specialist (Current Employee) – Tucson, AZ – February 5, 2015
A typical work day is fast pace and challenging. I've learned time management and how to prioritize. My immediate supervisor is awesome and my co-workers were like family. We all worked well together to accomplish the end goal...make it right for the customer. The hardest part of the job was getting everything done in one day. The most enjoyable part of the job was the challenge.
Universal Teller (Former Employee) – Flagstaff, AZ – January 6, 2015
Typical day involved me coming in at 8 am opening all the vaults, balancing the ATM if needed, as vault teller making sure shipments were put together and sent out in a timely manner, and spent the rest of the day, doing cash transactions, loan referrals to the Universal Banker ll, open/closing accounts if need be, coming closing time, making sure my drawer was balanced, as well as the vault, and closing up for the day. I learned a lot well I was there, from being vault teller, balancing the ATM, dealing with large cash deposits and their merchants. We had no manager for the longest time, and I think that was the hardest part, cause in the end I trained everyone who came in after me cause I was there for the longest. I enjoyed the company of my co-workers and they were all sad to see me go. Being there and dealing the customers and making sure that they let happy and satisfied with our service.
TELLER (Current Employee) – Tucson, AZ – December 27, 2014
National Bank of Arizona may look and feel like a locally owned and operated Bank, however, NBAZ is owned by Zionsbancorporation in Salt Lake City, UT. Zions is the parent company for about 5-10 banks in the Western United States. NBAZ has been downsizing for the last several years and there are limited opportunities with this company in any location other than Phoenix. There is limited training and opportunities for advancement. The culture is changing to more of a sales culture and there is more pressure on employees to perform in this area. NBAZ is becoming more corporate as time goes on.
NBAZ was listed as one of the top employers for women due to flexibility, this can be true dependent on the management, but often times people must fight for their rights.
It is very difficult to advance in this bank, there are rarely job openings, and when there are typically there are at least 5 employees interested in the job, though the position is usually filled before the job announcement has been posted. They have eliminated jobs, closed branches, and altered job titles.
Very good company to work for, unfortuantely your job is only as secure as the economy.
Asst. Vice President, Sr. Real Estate Loan Officer (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – December 17, 2014
Please see my resume for a typical day. The people (customers and coworkers) are what I enjoyed most about the job. The hardest part about the job became the unpredictability of underwriting of the loans I was selling. To the customer I was the person responsible for completing the transaction but in reality I has very little control over the details of the loan and what was ultimately required to complete the transaction in a timely manner.
Great environment, great people, loved writing loans, helping people fulfill their dreams.
Had very little control over what underwriting would require, or when they would allow the transaction to be completed