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Federal Savings Bank was established in 1890 and still offers personal service, competitive rates, and a wide array of investment options for individuals and businesses. We credit our success, in part, to our commitment to our customers, employees, and the communities we serve. Our colleagues work in an environment where teamwork, creativity and initiative is encouraged and rewarded. We offer competitive salaries, ongoing training opportunities as well as a comprehensive benefits package.

If you are interested in joining our team, please apply at any of our branches or complete this application and submit with your cover letter and resume to:

Federal Savings Bank
PO Box 1099
Dover, NH 03821
Attn: Human Resources
Email: Kristen Collins

Federal Savings Bank is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer.

"EEO is the Law"   "EEO es la Ley"

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Current Openings

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HR Generalist

This position is responsible for providing support to the Human Resources (HR) Director and assisting with the Bank’s personnel functions. Ensures professional, courteous, and efficient service is given to employees and customers at all times.

Essential Job Functions

  • Assists in the development and implementation of personnel policies and procedures, administers various human resources plans and prepares and maintains the employee handbook and policies.
  • Responsible for the transmission and preparation of payroll ensuring accuracy and logging and reconciling time accruals on a weekly basis.
  • Meet with all new hires on their first day of employment, establishing a personnel folder and enrollment in the payroll system. Submit pertinent paperwork to the benefits administrator and organize/maintain personnel files. Performs benefits administration to include change reporting and communicating benefit information to employees.
  • Prepare and update comprehensive employee benefits packages for new employee orientations and keep supervisors informed of reviews to be completed after introductory period.
  • Post all job openings and communicate with headhunters as necessary. The use of a headhunter service will be approved by the HR Director only.
  • Conduct all first interviews alongside the appropriate supervisor. Discuss all potential candidates or rejections to the HR Director and in the case of a rejection, send a letter to the candidate. Assists with conducting appropriate credit and background checks. Assists in determining staffing needs.
  • Communicate all education programs to the staff as appropriate. Once the education programs have been approved by the HR Director, the HR Generalist will be required to distribute all necessary application paperwork.
  • Upon employee termination, remove the employee from the payroll system and remove the personnel file from the active employee section. Complete and retain all proper checklists.
  • Distribute documentation to the staff as appropriate including; Annual Acknowledgement forms for the Personnel Handbook, Code of Ethics, Pertinent Disclosures, etc.
  • Responsible for completing all FMLA paperwork for applicable employees.
  • Coordinate all proper job grading material to the appropriate supervisors. Provide results to the HR Director.
  • Responsible for establishing a committee and organizing the annual employee summer outing. The HR Generalist is responsible for communicating the recommendations of the committee to the HR Director for approval. The HR Director will approve the budget.
  • Organize the annual strategic planning meeting with Management and the Board of Directors and the annual employee meeting. The HR Director will assist as necessary.
  • Maintain and update written position descriptions as appropriate to stay in compliance with regulatory requirements.
  • Assist in administering the compensation program and help monitor performance evaluation program and revisions as necessary.
  • Provide pertinent information to the HR Director on salaries and measurement periods for the Affordable Health Care Act, keeping this information current.
  • Responsible for Affirmative Action including but not limited to, compiling information on applicable applicants, maintaining accurate records on the information received from applicants, and notifying the appropriate agencies on postings. Also responsible for organizing and submitting reports to the appropriate Affirmative Action agency, every six months.
  • Prepare and reconcile the weekly 401K contributions and loan reports and responsible for the weekly transmission to the 401K administrator.
  • Responsible for administering all annual performance reviews to managers or department heads, and reviewing drafts or discussing changes, with oversight from the HR Director. Responsible for completing all salary reviews sheets. Responsible to present all final performance reviews and salary review sheets to the HR Director, prior to approval.
  • Ensure Quality Customer Service standards are consistently achieved.
  • Comply with all applicable Federal and State labor/wage laws and employment regulations as well as Bank policies and procedures.
  • Represent the Bank through active participation in community organizations and events.
  • Actively participate in industry trade group meetings and education programs to remain abreast of current issues and requirements affecting the Bank operations and job performance.

Skills/Experience Required

  • Experience in banking is preferred by not required.
  • Minimum 3-5 years of payroll experience with precision.
  • Minimum 3-5 years of Human Resources compliance and benefits experience.
  • Must have compliance experience with DOL regulations.
  • Minimum 3 years of experience in administrative and secretarial duties.
  • Must possess a high degree of confidentiality and exercise caution with privileged information.
  • Must be extremely detailed oriented and possess excellent customer service, communication, and organizational skills.
  • Strong computer skills and familiarity with various software programs.
  • Must be able to adjust well to change and exhibit a positive attitude.

BSA Analyst

Under general supervision and in accordance with established policies and procedures, the incumbent is responsible for analyzing data to ensure compliance to the Bank’s Anti-Money Laundering Program initiative and provide support to the Bank’s BSA Officer. Ensures professional, courteous, and efficient service is given to our customers at all times. When necessary, responsible to provide back up support to the Deposit Operations and Electronic Banking areas.

Essential Job Functions:

Responsible for analyzing all comprehensive aspects associated with the BSA/AML OFAC Program. Provides independent analytical evaluation of transactional data for the Bank’s BSA Officer, by examining reports and utilizing systems related to Anti-Money Laundering and the Bank Secrecy Act. Reviews various reports periodically to detect patterns and trends of concerns on customer accounts. Reviews the daily cash reports to ensure procedures are followed, timely completion and filing of the Currency Transaction Reports (CTRs). Maintains the Bank’s CTR exemption list and customer files. Performs the analysis of core application reports on a daily basis and conducts research on all suspicious transactions. Validates new account information and conducts initial risk ratings for all new personal and commercial accounts. Must be able to establish customers and enhance due diligence. Will be required to monitor for new customers and high risk accounts. Receives and conducts research on the OFAC alerts and FinCEN 314a requests. Resets passwords for personnel who utilize Onboard Advisor. Assists the BSA Officer with reviewing and updating the Bank’s AML/OFAC risk assessment. Works with the retail staff to ensure information is received in a timely and accurate manner in order to support Anti-Money Laundering research. Recommends enhancements to procedures and systems, as necessary, to help strengthen the Anti-Money Laundering Program. Recommends the filing of suspicious activity reports (SARs) and maintains ongoing monitoring files. Provides support to the Bank’s OFAC compliance program by conducting periodic scrubs of the database in accordance with the Bank’s policy. Oversees the interdiction software used to comply with OFAC regulations. Obtains and maintains a thorough understanding of Anti-Money Laundering rules and regulations. Assists the BSA Officer in preparing internal
communications and training initiatives related to the Anti-Money Laundering Program. Compiles information to be included in written reports for the Audit Committee
as related to our Anti-Money Laundering Program. Resolves problems, escalating more difficult issues to the Deposit Operations/BSA Officer. Maintains confidentiality of transactions. Maintains knowledge of and ensures compliance with Federal and State banking regulations and adheres to all Bank policies and procedures.

Skills/Experience Required:

  • A minimum of one years’ knowledge in BSA/AML OFAC is required
  • Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent work experience
  • Three to five years’ experience with a retail or commercial bank
  • Excellent computer skills, specifically Microsoft Excel, and other various software programs.
  • This position requires exceptional analytical and customer service skills, self-discipline and initiative, attention to detail, strong communication and excellent organizational skills.
  • Requires visual and manual dexterity to operate general office equipment