The following full-time opportunity is now available.

Location: Jackson, MN

The Personal Banker will develop banking relationships and serve the needs of bank clients;  protect the bank’s assets and image by making sound decisions and minimizing risk, promote business for United Prairie by maintaining good client relations and referring client to appropriate staff for new services. Duties include providing ongoing service to bank clients in order to prevent or resolve problems and ensure client satisfaction. Process frontline transactions. Promote and service commercial and consumer electronic services to ensure the needs of the clients are met.


  •  Originate and open new consumer and commercial deposit relationships including new accounts and compatible products and services by utilizing the UP sales process
  • Know who your customer is, help identify their financial needs, and help satisfy them
  • Recommend United Prairie Bank products or services when it would serve a customer’s financial need through cross sales
  • Refer customers to United Prairie Insurance Agency and United Prairie Financial Network when those services would be of benefit to the customer
  • Responsible for maintaining consumer client loan files according to UP policies and procedures
  • Provide ongoing service to bank clients in order to prevent/resolve problems and ensure client satisfaction
  • Process teller transactions (deposits, withdrawals, payments); manage cash drawer
  • Underwrite and originate consumer loans and lines of credit, adhering to UPB policies and procedures
  • Manage consumer loan portfolio including client inquiries, collections, and file maintenance
  • Lending authority up to $25,000.00. Portfolio size expectation $500,000, when approved by CCO
  • Abide by all policies, procedures and regulations of UP
  • Review, acknowledge and comply with all end user security requirements stated in the Information Security – End User Policy and Statement of Understanding
  • Utilize all communication tools available including, but not limited to; UPLink, email, and instant messaging
  • Any and all other duties as assigned by your supervisor and/or management


Well-developed verbal and written communication skills; general knowledge of internet usage and Microsoft Office programs; strong desire to strive for quality interactions with clients and teammates; ability to be assertive and diplomatic in order to minimize risk of loss to bank; highly effective in solving problems and making decisions; strong desire to learn, interpret, and follow policies and procedures; organizational skills which support multi-tasking and deadlines; highly adaptable to change; proficient with counting and handling cash; ability to practice discretion and confidentiality in all situations.


  • Two (2) or Four (4) year Degree in Finance or equivalent field of study and/or
  • Minimum of four (4) years experience in a community banking environment
  • Occasional day travel may be required for training/meeting purposes

Applicant can apply by emailing an introductory letter and resume to: United Prairie Bank, Human Resources -

We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.