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Working at Zions Bank

Surround yourself with thoughtful, diverse, and involved colleagues dedicated to improving their communities. Discover clear paths for career growth, advancement, and opportunity in a skill-building culture focused on empowering people. Play an essential role in your market, delivering financial services that strengthen businesses and families in your neighborhoods. You can do all this when you join a bank listed as one of the “Best Banks to Work For” by American Banker magazine for the past eight years it has published the rankings.

At Zions Bank, employeees enjoy: 

  • Comprehensive health care plans, wellness programs and insurance available to all employees regularly scheduled to work 20 hours per week in a regular-status position
  • Matched 401(k) plans and profit sharing for full- and part-time employees 
  • Learning opportunities — employees have access to training and development programs, mentoring, job aids and support tools
  • Educational assistance — Zions pays 100% of tuition fees for all Utah Bankers Association and American Bankers Association courses and college tuition assistance is also available
  • A culture committed to diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) that fosters belonging in every aspect of our business
  • A company committed to bringing value to the communities it serves
  • Opportunities to network with colleagues through DEI Business Forums


One of the Guiding Principles of Zions Bank is to be actively engaged in community issues and help provide creative solutions to community needs. All employees are encouraged to be active participants in their communities.

Annually, Zions Bank employees contribute more than 100,000 hours to worthy organizations and projects in the communities where they live. They serve on more than 150 nonprofit boards and committees, assist with community programs, teach students about finances and more.

Opportunities Zions Bank provides for employee community engagement include:

  • Teach Children to Save Day—a bankwide event designed to help K–12 students understand the importance of saving for the future.
  • Paint-a-Thon—an annual event that brings employees, their families and friends together to paint homes of senior citizens, disable residents and veterans.
  • Annual food drive to support food pantries in Idaho and Utah.
  • Annual United Way campaign and annual service projects for the United Way Day of Caring.
  • Employees are involved with several United Way programs, such as the Women's Leadership Council, Young Leaders and Tocqueville Society.
  • Participation in the political process through the Bank the Vote non-partisan program.

Community Support

Zions Bank supports community organizations and events through donations and sponsorships, while serving a diverse population of employees, customers, consumers and communities. Decisions about donations or sponsorships are made by regional committees. Contributions are made to organizations in the following categories:

  • Affordable housing
  • Arts and culture
  • Community service or community development
  • Economic development
  • Education
  • Health and human services

As an affiliate of Zions Bancorporation, we follow our shared corporate governance and responsibility principles to use our resources to build strong neighborhoods and vibrant communities through sustainability, service and good governance. View our Corporate Responsibility Report describing our efforts.

Local Leadership

Zions Bank empowers community bankers to make local decisions. It also receives valuable feedback from each community through regional advisory boards that help guide the direction of the bank and ensure consideration of local interests. 

  • Local officers make credit approvals
  • Officers enjoy visibility in their communities
  • Charitable giving decisions are made locally
  • Sponsorships are determined locally

Cropped image of Zions Bancorporation Technology Center

New Technology Campus

Zions Bancorporation built a 400,000-square-foot technology campus in Midvale, Utah. Located on the former Sharon Steel Mill superfund site, the sustainably built campus is be the company’s primary technology and operations center.

This modern and environmentally friendly technology center  enables Zions to continue to compete for the best technology talent in the state while providing team members with an exceptional work environment with features such as:

  • Electric vehicle charging stations and close proximity to Historic Gardner Village UTA TRAX station;
  • At least 75% of the building is powered by on-site renewable solar energy;
  • Access to outdoor recreation, parks, trails, shareable bikes and locker rooms;
  • Large modern cafe with a healthy and diverse menu;
  • Healthy indoor environment with ample natural light and fresh air; and
  • LEED-certified sustainable building that features include the use of low VOC-emitting construction materials.

Review additional information about the new technology center from Silicon SlopesFox 13 NewsDeseret News and Utah Business.

Grow Your Career Through the Elevate Program

At Zions Bank, we recognize that it is the expertise and experience of our local bankers that make us unique. The Elevate program is a step-by-step way for bankers to build their skills and grow in the company. Through Elevate, you can:  

  • Grow your knowledge of financial services;
  • Achieve new levels of approval authority;
  • Learn specialized solutions to strengthen clients; and
  • Deepen your understanding of technology to enhance the client experience.

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Zions Bank a division of Zions Bancorporation, N.A. Member FDIC