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Midwest Bank of Western Illinois

Midwest Bank of Western Illinois
Career Opportunities

Thank you for your interest in an employment opportunity with Midwest Bank of Western Illinois (MBWI).  We are proud to be a community bank with branches located in the four county seats of Warren, Henderson, Knox and Mercer Counties.  The main branch of Midwest Bank of Western Illinois is located in Monmouth, Illinois.

Midwest Bank of Western Illinois works hard to identify good candidates who want to be part of our customer service, community oriented team and will be happy to accept your resume for consideration. 

Midwest Bank conducts pre-employment background checks and credit reports in an effort to hire quality employees.

Thank you for your interest in Midwest Bank of Western Illinois!

Please contact Terri Hippen, Human Resources Manager

Direct Line: (309) 457-6259

Toll Free: (888) 309-2265, Ext 259

Fax: (309) 734-3594

Any information sent to the bank via email is not encrypted and we caution anyone sending email not to send any confidential data.

Email: terrih@mbwi.com

Mail: Midwest Bank of Western Illinois
         Attn: Terri Hippen
         200 East Broadway
         Monmouth, IL  61462

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Current Career Opportunities:

Updated as of 10/11/2013

 

Equal Employment Opportunity

MBWI will provide equal employment opportunity in all personnel practices without regard to race, color, sex, age, physical or mental disability, religion, national origin, marital status, sexual orientation, ancestry, political belief or activity, unfavorable discharge from the military (except dishonorable) or status as a veteran.

The policy applies to all areas of employment, including recruitment, hiring, promotion, transfer, termination, layoff, compensation, benefits, training and development, social and recreational programs, and all other conditions and privileges of employment in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws.

It is the policy of MBWI to:

  • Support the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1980 and attempt to provide reasonable accommodations for people with disabilities in the workplace unless such accommodations would present an undue hardship for the company.  Reasonable accommodations apply to all employees and include hiring practices, job placement, training, pay practices, promotion and demotion policies, layoff and termination.  A qualified person with a disability is any individual with a disability who, with or without reasonable accommodation, can perform the essential functions of the job the individual has or wants, and does not pose a direct threat to the health or safety of himself/herself or other individuals in the workplace.  MBWI will not deny health insurance to an individual based on that person’s diagnosis or disability.  All persons with disabilities have equal access to health insurance coverage provided to all employees.  Pre-existing condition clauses and pre-existing condition exclusions included in insurance policies offered by MBWI will remain in effect.
  • Post equal employment opportunity notices on appropriate employee bulletin boards as required by law.  The notices summarize the rights of employees to equal opportunity in employment and lists the names and addresses of the various government agencies that may be contacted in the event that any person believes he or she has been discriminated against.
  • Thoroughly investigate instances of alleged discrimination.  Any employees, including officers, involved in discriminatory practices will be subject to discipline, up to and including discharge.

The Vice President of Human Resources of Midwest Bank of Western Illinois has been delegated the responsibility for ensuring compliance and the continued implementation of this policy.

Management is primarily responsible for seeing that MBWI’s equal employment opportunity policies are implemented, but all members of the staff share in the responsibility for assuring that by their personal actions the policies are effective and apply uniformly to everyone.

When employees become aware that a law or Company policy may have been violated, it is their responsibility to report it to one of the following, either directly or anonymously:

                                Terri Hippen, Vice President of Human Resources
                                Christopher J. Gavin, President & CEO

   
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