Metro City Bank Joins HireVeterans.com!

Metro City Bank is a state chartered bank and FDIC insured financial institution. Metro City Bank offers a wide spectrum of financial products and services tailored to meet the needs of their customers, which include small business owners, professionals, consumers and real estate developers in their market area.

Thy offer personal and business banking, commercial real estate loans, commercial loans, automobile loans, personal loans, personal lines of credit, residential mortgages, Small Business Administration loans, and USDA B&I loans. The company is committed to meeting the credit needs of small businesses working in and building their communities.

Metro City Bank’s leadership team believes that each staff member significantly contributes to the ongoing success of the Bank. To ensure this success, they select individuals who appreciate diversity, welcome new ideas, excel in customer service, and have a strong commitment to team work. In return, Metro City Bank offers a competitive salary, and comprehensive benefit package.

Metro City Bank is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer with regard to Females, Minorities, Veterans and Disabled Persons, Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity, and provides reasonable accommodation for qualified individuals with Disabilities and Disabled Veterans in job application procedures.

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