We’re Hiring – Learn Why a Career at The First Makes Sense
To view available positions and apply online, please click here: Apply Online Clicking this link will direct you away from The First National Bank’s website. If you experience technical difficulties in completing the online application, please try opening the page in a new web browser, i.e. Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox. If you continue to experience difficulty, please dial 215-860-9100.
Working at The First means you’re with the most established bank in Bucks County. Since 1864, we’ve remained committed to independence, so you never have to worry about mergers, name changes or closing branches.
We are proud to offer a stable, growing, and successful workplace. Our unique level of personal service and attention extends beyond our customers to the work environment of our employees. At The First, we believe strongly in giving back to our community and our employees often take part in community activities and volunteer efforts.
In addition to a friendly, supportive work environment, full-time employees enjoy the following benefits working for The First:
- Competitive compensation
- 401(k) and pension plan
- Tuition reimbursement
- 100% paid healthcare premium
- Free banking services
- Paid vacation, holidays and personal leave days
- Career advancement opportunities
The First is continually looking for qualified applicants to fill our bank teller positions. New employees are often required to begin as floating tellers and should have the availability and willingness to travel to any of our 12 branches located throughout Bucks County. If you are interested in working for The First as a Bank Teller, or any other position within the company, we ask that you please complete our online application. Once your application has been received you will be contacted by an employment representative.
As an equal opportunity employer, The First is committed to a diverse workforce. For applicants that require accommodation in the job application process, please contact us at 215-860-9100 for assistance.
Applicants have rights under Federal Employment Laws:
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