A strong company with over 40 years of sustained growth, SWBC has an inviting and energetic corporate culture and consistently has a wide variety of exciting opportunities. We value our employees and have a clear understanding that without them, we would not be where we are today. With top-quality benefits and competitive pay, SWBC is able to attract and retain top talent to help achieve our goals.
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SWBC provides you with a competitive benefits package—the type that you can truly take advantage of.
All full and part-time employees are eligible to participate in the plan immediately. If you have not enrolled in the 401(k) plan within your first 30 days of employment, you will be automatically enrolled through the automatic enrollment feature on or after the first of the month following 30 days of employment, with a pre-tax contribution rate of 3%. SWBC will provide a match of 50 cents for each dollar you contribute up to 6% of your biweekly compensation.
Full-time employees earn 10 days each of holiday pay, vacation pay, and sick pay in their first year. (Part-time employees earn 10 days of holiday pay in their first year!)
SWBC employees can earn up to $500 a year by participating in the Virgin Pulse wellness program and are eligible for a monthly gym reimbursement of up to $15 for gym membership or fitness class expenses.
SWBC’s Training & Employee Development Department, also known as TED, is an award-winning team responsible for the growth and development of SWBC’s most valued assets—its employees. We are committed to investing in our employees and helping them learn and develop knowledge, skills, and abilities that will benefit them professionally and personally.
SWBC earned 5th Place. This award recognizes SWBC as a top innovative, collaborative organization that has a truly immersive learning culture.
Brandon Hall Excellence Award
SWBC was awarded Bronze for Compliance Training. The Excellence Award recognizes organizations that have successfully deployed programs, strategies, modalities, processes, systems, and tools that have achieved measurable results.
Learning! Champion Award
As a Learning! Champion Award winner, Mandy Smith, VP of Training & Employee Development, was recognized in the High Performer category as a champion who drives organizational performance through learning.
SWBC received a Bronze LearningElite Award. The award identifies SWBC as an organization who works continuously to improve learning and development both for themselves and the industry.
TED develops and oversees corporate-wide programs and initiatives designed to engage employees, provide an opportunity for professional growth, and facilitate knowledge transfer within SWBC.
Employees accepted to this award winning program are paired with mentors specifically skilled in the areas the employee wants to develop. Mentors are provided the opportunity to coach, guide, and share experiences and knowledge that will contribute to a mentee’s professional growth.
Emerging Professionals Program
Employees accepted to this distinguished program operate like a think tank. The group identifies different projects to work on, with a focus on increasing brand awareness, community involvement, and recruiting. At the end of the program, employees are given an opportunity to present their accomplishments to executive management.
The Career Development team is focused on identifying and meeting specific development needs of an individual or team. They utilize Learning Paths, which are customized, curated lists of training and development recommendations based on job function, required skills, or in preparation for promotion.
eLearning offers a lot of value to SWBC employees because of its flexibility and global reach, allowing employees to complete training at their own pace. This just-in-time training provides employees with what they need to know, when they need to know it, and is available in any location with internet access. Employees have access to over 3,500 courses, to include professional development, technical, and systems training.
TED offers a wide range of classroom training for both personal and professional development. Classroom training is used to promote idea sharing, group learning, and scenario-based best practices in a participant-centered environment. Classes offered include the following: Bridging the Generational Divide, Crucial Conversations, DiSC Workplace, Situational Leadership II, and more.
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