First Security Bank Careers
A company that enjoys a great record of growth, profitability and loan quality!
First Security Bank currently serves customers in Owensboro, Lexington, Bowling Green and Franklin, KY as well as Evansville and Newburgh, IN. The cities of Owensboro and Bowling Green are essentially tied in population for the third largest in Kentucky, Lexington is the second largest city, and Evansville is the third largest city in Indiana.
First Security Bank has an immediate opening in our Information Technology Specialist in Owensboro. This position is responsible for administering and coordinating information services activities. This is a multifaceted position and will be responsible for a variety of IT administration and operational tasks. Duties will include all IT related activities from end-user support to server and application support. Provide extraordinary customer service; serve as liaison between technology vendors and First Security Bank. Will also oversee hardware/software installs, maintain recordkeeping for hardware/software inventory and be a primary point of contact for VOIP phone systems.
- Bachelor’s degree (B. A.), in a related field, from a four-year College or University preferred
- 3 years+ server administration or combined equivalent of related experience, training and certifications.
- Windows Server Administration
- Demonstrated communication skills both written and oral.
- Excellent organization and time management skills.
- Must be able to develop and execute action plans, oversee IT operations problem solving techniques, and have the ability to diagnose and resolve technical issues.
- Also Serve as Network Administrator for all aspects of the network, both WAN and LAN and Website Administrator. AS 400/IBM iSeries experience a plus.
- Night hours available
Please send your confidential résumé; specify position, via e-mail to:
Or mail to:
Human Resources, P.O. Box 788, Owensboro, KY 42302.
First Security Bank values diversity. We seek employees who are committed to preserving and enhancing our core values and business practices. There shall be no barriers in employment or development in our company because of a person’s gender, race, age, religion, sexual orientation/preference, national origin, disability, or class. We support employees in their efforts to excel and reach their full potential and will commit both time and resources to enable them to do so. We believe that our business results are enhanced through engaging and developing our people. Our commitment to diversity extends to each employee, customer, business partner and community in which we live and work.
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