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Kinderhook Bank is an employer of choice in the communities we serve. We are seeking professionals who value growth and are looking for a challenge!  We offer a competitive compensation and benefits package. If you are interested in one of our current openings, please send your resume and cover letter, specifying your position of interest to:

Kinderhook Bank
Attn: Human Resource Department
1 Hudson Street
Kinderhook, New York 12106

Or Fax to:

Att:  Human Resources at  518.758.6963

Or click on Contact Us to let us know of your interest in a specific job opening!



Current Openings



A Commercial Credit Analyst II conducts credit investigations and analyzes financial information pertaining to the commercial loan portfolio. Investigates all available sources of credit and financial information; analyzes financial statements and related material; prepares summaries, presents facts, and offers opinions concerning credit-worthiness. In addition, the analyst ensures compliance with all Bank policies and procedures.

The successful candidate must have a bachelor’s degree in accounting, financial management or a related field and at least two years’ experience as a Commercial Credit Analyst.  Must have knowledge of financial statements, tax returns and legal documents.  Must have good communication skills, work well independently and pay careful attention to detail.   Candidate must be proficient in MS Word and Excel; knowledge of financial statement spreading software preferred.  



Summary of Position:  Responsible for a variety of duties relating to the opening and processing of new accounts of all types; the cross-selling of all institution services to customers and prospective customers; preparing and maintaining various reports and records; may take loan applications as directed; researches and resolves problems and responds to customer inquiries; keeps informed of Bank services and procedures; may be assigned special tasks; may provide leadership to personnel as directed.

Major Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Open and close customer accounts
  • Open and close safe deposit box accounts
  • Sell bank products and services
  • Process customer transactions
  • Identify customer needs and refer them to appropriate banking services
  • Make authorized changes to customers' accounts
  • Issue Bank checks
  • Take wire transfer requests
  • Order checks
  • Handle restraining notices (letters, holds)
  • Notarize various documents
  • Maintain own work area in a neat and orderly manner presentable to the public
  • Complete all required Compliance training annually
  • Perform any other duties as required or assigned by supervisor

Other: Must maintain confidentiality at all times, within and outside of the Bank, as it relates to customer and employee account relationships and transactions to include, but not limited to, other pertinent information.  The candidate must maintain the highest level of professional standards and behavior in accordance with the Bank's Code of Ethics.

Job Requirements:  Must have a high-school diploma or GED. Two years banking experience required. The candidate must have a commitment to superior customer service; a friendly, courteous disposition, strong written and verbal communication skills and attention to detail. Experience with cash handling and an above-average cash balancing record while performing as a Teller is required.  The candidate must have demonstrated leadership abilities (problem solving, judgment, organizational and ability to motivate). Knowledge of personal computers is required. Notary Public license preferred. Position involves working on Saturdays.

Physical Requirements:  Must be able to lift and carry work papers, supplies and other related material (up to 25 pounds).  Must be able to endure extended periods of standing or sitting.  Must be able to reach, bend, hear, write, speak, and see documents and computer terminal.



A Teller receives and pays out money, and maintains accurate records of all transactions, cashes checks within assigned limits, accepts savings deposits and withdrawals, verifies signatures, posts interest, and balances as required, accepts loan, credit card, and other payments, issues money orders and redeems savings bonds. The Teller will prepare daily settlements of teller cash and transactions, promote the company’s services, answer questions, and direct customers to appropriate department for specialized services. .The candidate must maintain a high level of standards of ethics and behavior in corporate and personal dealings, as well as, in accordance with the Bank’s policy on ethics.

Candidate must have a high-school diploma or GED, and a commitment to superior customer service. Must have a friendly, courteous disposition and good communication skills with attention to detail. Experience with cash handling and sales preferred. Knowledge of personal computers is required.  Position involves working on Saturdays.


Credit and background checks will be required on all candidates.Kinderhook Bank is an Equal Opportunity Employer. EOE/Minorities/Females/Vets/Disabled or any other legally protected status.  This organization reserves the right to review and change job duties as need arises.  Job description does not constitute a written or implied contract of employment.