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Working at Zions Bank

Join the Zions Bank team and join a community of professionals dedicated to the clients, the communities and shareholders we serve. Join a company committed to rewarding and recognizing exceptional employee performance and to being the premier employer of choice. And join a bank ranked as one of the best banks to work for by American Banker Magazine in 2018.​​​​​​​

At Zions Bank, employees enjoy:

  • Benefits—all employees regularly scheduled to work 20 hours per week in a regular-status position receive benefits.
  • Learning opportunities—employees have access to training and development programs, mentoring, job aids and support tools.
  • A company committed to diversity.
  • A company committed to the communities it serves.


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 boards, assist with community programs, teach students about finances and more.

The opportunities Zions provides for employee community involvement include:

  • Teach Children to Save Day—a bankwide event designed to help K–12 students understand the importance of saving for the future.
  • The Zions Bank® Paint-a-Thon—an annual event that brings employees, their families and friends together to paint homes of senior citizens and the disabled.
  • Annual food drive to support food pantries in Idaho and Utah.
  • To-date, bank employees, vendors and customers have raised enough to provide more than a million meals for those in need.
  • Each month employees donate 2 hours to purchase, prepare and serve an evening meal to the homeless.
  • 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

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
  • Product pricing is established locally
  • Products are adjusted to fit individual market needs
  • Officers enjoy visibility in their communities
  • Charitable giving decisions are made locally
  • Sponsorships are determined locally

New Technology Campus

Zions Bancorporation, will build a 400,000-square-foot technology campus in Midvale, Utah. This new campus will have a significant economic impact on the city of Midvale, as well as the surrounding cities, the state, and indeed the entire Intermountain West. An estimated 1,500 Utah workers will be employed to build this project, stimulating continued job and economic growth. 

This modern and environmentally friendly techolonology campus, will enable Zions to continue to compete for the best techonology talent in the state, while also creating high-paying jobs. The facility will provide Zions' team members with an expectional work environment with features such as:

  • Electic vehicle charging stations
  • Proximity to historic Gradner UTA Trax Station
  • 75% of the building is powered by onsite renewable solar energy
  • Access to shareable bikes and locker rooms
  • A new Midvale city park
  • Large modern cafe with a healthy and diverse menu
  • Healthy indoor environment
  • LEED-certified sutainable building that features include the use of low VOC-emitting construction materials

Zions Bancorporation d/b/a Zions Bank