Careers with CharterBank
At CharterBank, we recognize that diversity and inclusion are crucial for achieving and preserving a competitive advantage. CharterBank is committed to fostering, cultivating and preserving a culture of diversity and inclusion. Diversity and inclusion are sponsored at the highest levels of the company, by the Board and executive management.
We recognize the employee as one of our most valuable assets. We are equally committed to attracting, recruiting and retaining a diverse workforce. We embrace and encourage our employees’ differences in race, age, color, disability, ethnicity, family or marital status, gender identity or expression, language, national origin, physical and mental ability, political affiliation, race, religion, sexual orientation, socio-economic status, veteran status, personality type, thinking style, and other characteristics that make our employees unique.
Leaders across CharterBank are expected to build diversity into their teams and to demonstrate, through their behaviors and actions, commitment to fostering workplaces where people feel included, valued and able to contribute their best.
In my role as a Business Development Officer, I am able to use both my fluency with the Spanish language and my understanding of cultural differences, to effectively assist in solving customer financial needs. I love that my job affords me the opportunity to help customers establish goals and habits to better manage their finances, save money, and even attain the American dream of becoming a homeowner.
- Crenna Alvarez-Settle
CharterBank lives up to its vision of being a "people connected' bank and sees the value of building a diverse and inclusive culture. My customers appreciate coming into our branches and seeing a diverse environment, as people find comfort in doing business with companies that relate to them. I am passionate about seeing and welcoming more minorities into the banking industry. I love knowing that CharterBank supports creating opportunities for individuals like me.
- Shameka Smith