A unique bank needs uniquely talented employees. As the only state-owned bank in the nation, Bank of North Dakota exists to help the people of North Dakota, and this doesn’t happen by accident. We succeed because our employees are skilled, engaged and dedicated to the Bank’s mission. We know the key to an engaged, educated and productive workforce is treating employees well.

  • Time off

    We understand the importance of taking days off to live your life. BND offers time-off options, including vacation, sick leave and paid holidays.

  • Work-life balance

    Our employees enjoy opportunities to help promote work-life balance, including an infant-at-work program and flexible scheduling.

  • Continuing education

    We’re dedicated to helping our employees grow and build their skills. That’s why we offer paid training opportunities and tuition reimbursement.

  • Health benefits

    Health insurance premiums are fully paid. Other benefits include dental, vision and life insurance, and flex spending accounts.

  • Retirement account

    Working with us means planning for your future. Our retirement plan offers defined benefit or defined contribution options with a short vesting schedule.

  • Benefits calculator

    What are all these benefits worth? Click here to calculate the value of your state benefits.

Current positions

Credit Analysis Underwriter II

The basis of the credit analysis underwriter II position is to conduct credit analysis and underwriting on commercial, agriculture, student loans, political subdivisions, and/or economic development projects. Primary duties include gathering and analyzing financial information on the overall loan package. Learn more.

Education Market Business Intelligence Analyst

The Education Market business intelligence analyst will play a lead role in business and data analytics for BND’s Education Market. This position will help staff and area leaders gather, analyze, compile and report internal and external data to help drive efficiencies, explore opportunities and pinpoint risks. Learn more.

Internal Auditor III

Tasks of the internal auditor III position include planning, conducting, reporting upon and following up on audits of routine to complex nature under minimal supervision. This position requires a bachelor’s degree with a major in business or finance and four years of compliance, audit or other applicable work experience. Learn more.