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PWSB Hours Alert

We will be closed Monday, October 12 in honor of Indigenous Peoples' Day, formerly Columbus Day. If using Internet or Mobile Banking, please note that deposits and loan payments we receive will be processed on Tuesday, October 13.

Where Work isn’t a Four-Letter Word

Port Washington State Bank is a Journal Sentinel Top Workplace Award Winner and a family owned community bank. We are the #1 community bank mortgage lender in Ozaukee County. We offer educational opportunities in banking for enthusiastic and willing learners.

9 reasons why people who work for PWSB are so darn happy

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Port Washington State Bank is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We encourage minorities, women, protected veterans and individuals with disabilities to apply. For questions on any open positions, contact Stella Terry, Vice President/Director of Human Resources at

Port Washington State Bank is an equal opportunity employer committed to creating a diverse workforce. We support a work environment where employees are respected and given the opportunity to perform to their fullest potential. We consider all qualified applicants without regard to race, religion, color, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or veteran status, among other factors.

If you are disabled Veteran – or if you have any form of disability – and need additional assistance with the application process, please contact us using the contact us form, or call 262-284-4416.

Port Washington State Bank is an Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer.

Port Washington State Bank is Pay Transparency compliant.

Loan Processor - Port Washington

PWSB is seeking Loan Processors in the mortgage, consumer and commercial areas. A Processor will work closely with lenders and underwriters throughout the process to ensure required supporting information is obtained, is verified and documents are gathered to ensure a timely closing. The processor will be responsible for preparing closing documents accurately and in compliance with banking regulations.

Experience or equivalent education in the loan servicing or lending environment is preferred. Attention to detail, accuracy and the ability to multi-task is essential in a fast-paced environment.

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Credit Analyst Commercial - Port Washington

The Credit Analyst is responsible for reviewing and analyzing the financial statements of businesses seeking commercial loans. This will include calculating of performance ratios and financial covenants, completing loan presentation and making a recommendation to Lender and Committee for approval.

Key responsibilities:

Underwrite loan request working closely with Lender
Complete business summary
Identify and make recommendations to address exceptions
Analyze collateral 
Analyze financial statements
Analyze cash flow including global
Analyze loan covenants
Provide industry trend commentary
Prepare written presentation for Lender/Committee

Analyst will work closely with Lender and Commercial team to guide loan requests through approval process including new loans, renewals and annual reviews.

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The Recruiting Process

Step 1: Apply Online

Please click on the application link beneath the open positions (above) to inquire about job openings with Port Washington State Bank.

Step 2: Are you a match?

We will contact you to discuss the position and your situation in more detail.

Step 3: In-Person Interview

If you’re selected for an in-person interview, it may be with an individual or a group. Interviews typically include the hiring manager, another manager and Human Resources. For some positions, you may come back more than once to interview with different team members or business partners. Typically, our interviewing selection process spans three to four weeks but could take longer, depending upon the type of position, how many interviews are warranted and how many candidates we have. Feel free to contact Human Resources if you have questions on the status.

Step 4: The Employment Application

Only candidates who interview for a position will receive a letter or email regarding the status of their applications.

Step 5: If You are Hired

Banks have regulatory requirements to complete a thorough background check that reviews your education, employment, salary and criminal history. You will also be asked to complete a pre-employment drug screening before starting your employment.