Join us, as together we move Bravely Onward.
Fidelity Bank employees experience a culture of dedicated service to our customers, shared support between co-workers and a committed investment in our communities. We seek to deliver a level of service unsurpassed by any bank, anywhere, any size. That starts with our people, whom we endeavor to provide a home as much as a career. Sound like a place you’d like to work? Let’s talk.
EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY
We value integrity, honesty and fairness in all aspects of our business, especially employment. We are committed to practices of equal employment and operate under an affirmative action program to prevent discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, protected veteran status and any other protected class. We encourage you to review the following information concerning these policies.
- Equal employment opportunity info (English)
- Equal employment opportunity info (Spanish)
- Equal employment opportunity/affirmative action policy
- Equal employment opportunity/poster supplement
- E-Verify (English/Spanish)
- Immigrant and Employee Rights (English)
- Immigrant and Employee Rights (Spanish)
- Protected veteran and individuals with disabilities policy
EOE AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
EO/AA EMPLOYER: TITLE VII/ PROTECTED VETERANS/ DISABILITY STATUS
Short & Long Term Disability Insurance
125 Flex Plan
Paid Time Off
Join Our Talent Network
Joining our Talent Network will enhance your job search and application process. Whether you choose to apply or just leave your information, we look forward to staying connected with you.
- Receive alerts with new job opportunities that match your interests
- Receive relevant communications and updates from our organization
- Share job opportunities with family and friends through Social Media or email
A career and a home.
While our branches extend to the Kansas City and Oklahoma City metro areas, the Fidelity Bank legacy all started in our hometown of Wichita, Kansas. The values and spirit of this relentlessly original American city have shaped our culture of service. To know Wichita is to know Fidelity Bank.
We invite you to learn more about this special community by visiting this helpful resource from the Greater Wichita Partnership:
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
Also known as FAQs, here are some common questions candidates ask us about applying and working for Fidelity Bank.
A: Your resume should tell us all about who you are and what you’ve done as a professional. Be sure to mention any outstanding accomplishments you’ve achieved in your previous work. Most importantly, we want to know what relevant skills and experiences you have that makes you the best candidate for the job.
A: Your resume should be as long as necessary in order to give us the full picture of who you are, what you’ve done and why you would be a strong fit within our Fidelity family. Nothing more, nothing less! We do recommend summarizing your relevant career experience on the first page of your resume, however.
A: That is a great question—the specific answer depends on the position you are applying for. In general, we look for a strong desire to learn, passion for the industry, willingness to work hard, and a desire to excel.
A: Our human resources team reviews applications for each open position on a daily basis and will contact the applicants that appear to be a strong match for each position. All applications remain on file with the Bank for two years and we may contact applicants for other opportunities at the Bank in the future.
A: Absolutely. We offer a range of work opportunities, including entry level positions. Be sure to browse all of our openings on the career page of our website. We also encourage applicants to join our Talent Network to receive notifications when a new job opening matches your interests.
A: Most of the positions we offer are for full-time employment; however, we do occasionally have part-time positions open. To view all part-time positions, adjust the search criteria by selecting the “Schedule” filter.
A: Most of our job vacancies are not remote. If a position is offered in a remote capacity, this information would be included in the job posting on the Opportunities webpage.
A: Employees regularly work with their managers on a case-by-case basis to evaluate flexible work schedules. This includes part-time work, job-sharing, telecommuting based on employee and business needs.
A: Search and apply for a job on our Careers website. Once you’ve created a profile, you’ll be able to quickly apply for additional openings, view the status of your application, and customize future job alerts through our Talent Network platform.
A: Yes. You are welcome to apply for more than one position if you meet the qualifications.
A: Great question! The application process is the same for former employees.
A: Yes, we do offer an employee referral program. We encourage you to reach out to any friends, or former colleagues who work at the Bank, so they can submit your information and participate in the program.
A: Help us get to know you by providing an overview of how your prior experience and accomplishments have prepared you for the role you’ve applied for. Review the job posting, and research our organization, products and services, social media channels and more. to become familiar with our culture and core values.. Be prepared to provide examples that demonstrate your strengths and skillset. Consider preparing questions about the job or the Fidelity organization in advance. We recommend starting your research by reviewing our mission statement and history on our website.
A: We would recommend wearing comfortable, yet professional attire that will impress!
A: The length of each interview will vary based on the stage of the hiring process, as well as the number of hiring managers you will meet.
A: Be prepared to demonstrate how well your skills and experience meet the requirements of the job using specific examples from your previous work. For some of our openings, you may be asked to provide a writing sample, take various skill assessments, share a creative portfolio or provide examples of your work in other ways.
A: A member of the human resource team will help you understand the specific timeline for the position during the recruiting process.
A: A member of the human resources team can provide the names and contact information of the hiring manager if you would like to send a thank you note.