Cash Vault Supervisor (Current Employee) – South Bend, IN – October 3, 2017
1st Source Bank is a great place to have a career. The bank has good benefits along with a very attractive 401k plan. The people here are very supportive and helpful of what you want to accomplish. The work can be demanding at times but management always appreciates your efforts and will help when needed.
CSR (Former Employee) – Indiana – September 19, 2017
If you like customer service, this is a great job for that! Mainly set shifts unless you like to work more hours and travel to other branches. Opportunity for advancement if you like to sell and advertise. You will learn a lot about currency and exchange.
Great place if you want to advance and are a go getter
SEC IV to VP and Banking Representative (Former Employee) – South Bend, IN – August 3, 2017
Enjoyed the opportunity to work directly with the clients. They encourage completing college and pursuing your MBA. Usually through Notre Dame. This is a smart corporation with larger banks forced to compete with 1st Source.
Can advance in the company. They have a good 401k tgey encou package. Clientele wonderful
Great place to work with fantastic employees, just not my desired field
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Elkhart, IN – April 12, 2017
This is a nice place to work where you can never feel afraid to reach out and speak with anyone, whether it is to say hi or to ask a question. They constantly take the time to show employee appreciation and also to challenge you to excel with assigned goals For those interested in advancement it is always there
Private Banking Associate (Former Employee) – South Bend, IN – March 31, 2017
The most enjoyable part of my job was dealing face to face with my clients. I would make payments for them, pay bills, notes, initiate wire transfers. I discovered that I wanted to deal more with people than with multiple computer systems and that it was time to explore something new. Management was satisfactory and the culture was more of a mindset than anything. The most difficult part of my position was dealing with an abundance of idle time.