Englert Promoted To Assistant Vice President At SVBT; Peter Accepts Summer Internship

ENGLERT

ENGLERT

Jasper (NNDC) – Springs Valley Bank & Trust Company recently promoted Vicki Englert to Assistant Vice President in addition to her current role of eServices Manager.

Vicki began her career at Springs Valley in October 2001 as an eBanking Coordinator. She has held several positions during her time at the Bank including eBanking Specialist and eBanking Manager. Vicki is responsible for the oversight of the Bank’s retail and business eServices, health savings accounts, online and mobile banking platforms, and the customer service call center.

Vicki is actively involved in the community of Dubois County where she resides. She is a member of Saint Joseph Catholic Church, member of Women Empowering Women, Treasurer for Our Precious Angels, member of Jasper High School Soccer Booster Club, Junior Achievement volunteer, and past Ambassador for the Jasper Chamber of Commerce. She and her husband, Bradley, have four children: Megan, Lindsey, Keaton (deceased), and Jace. They also have five grandchildren: Kaydance, Jaydan, Ryder, Brynleigh, and Jaxon.

“I am proud to be part of the Springs Valley Bank family,” said Englert. “It is great to work for a company that values their employees and the communities we serve. Springs Valley supports professional development within the organization while providing leadership, promoting teamwork, and encouraging commitment to the core values of the Bank.”

“Vicki is dedicated to providing a high level of service to our customers and her co-workers.  She exemplifies Springs Valley Bank’s core values “says Craig Buse, SVP & COO of Springs Valley.

Mrs. Englert can be reached at 812.634.4907 or venglert@svbt.com.

PETER

PETER

Meanwhile,  Springs Valley Bank & Trust Company has also announced that Morgan Peter will be doing an internship with the Bank this summer. Morgan will assist the Marketing Department with a wide range of projects while also shadowing other departments within the Bank.

The foundational values of the Springs Valley Bank Internship Program includes a focus on attracting local talent to the Bank, and identifying potential future employees. Other benefits of the program include revitalizing our organization with fresh perspectives, and supporting students in our local markets by providing a vocational experience that will aid in their long-term development.

“Our Program focuses on giving back to the community by influencing and encouraging local talent to pursue a career in our local communities upon graduation,” said Craig Buse, SVP & COO of Springs Valley.

Morgan is a 2013 graduate of Southridge High School. She will receive a Bachelor of Science degree in December of 2016 in business marketing and management from Indiana University Southeast.

Ms. Peter is involved in coaching gymnastics and cheerleading at Flip &Twist Gymnastics and waitresses at the Young Men’s Institute in Huntingburg. She was a member of the Indiana University Southeast cheerleading team and student mentor program for the past three years. She was inducted into the National Society of Leadership and Success this past April.

“I am excited about the new experiences and opportunities that Springs Valley Bank & Trust has to offer,” said Peter. “I am eager to expand my knowledge and provide new perspectives to assist with the continuous growth of this company.”

“The Internship will provide Morgan the opportunity to assess her interest and abilities in the marketing field and develop and apply skills in the application of theory to practical work situations,” said Dianna Land, VP and Human Resources/Marketing Director of Springs Valley.

 

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