Randolph Savings Bank – A Great Place to Bank, A Great Place to Work

 

Randolph Savings Bank believes in people helping people – it was our belief when we first opened our doors in 1851, and it holds true today.

For over 150 years, we have been providing individuals, families, homeowners and businesses in our community a wide variety of products that are convenient and hassle-free. We’ve kept pace with the changing financial needs of our customers by offering innovative products.

We’re proud to deliver quality banking solutions to our customers via six full service branch locations located in Boston and the south shore community, ten lending centers that serve Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and southern New Hampshire, and robust online and mobile banking tools that make banking with RSB easy – no matter where you are.

It is both our civic responsibility and our honor to support the communities we are a part of – and we encourage volunteering and participation in any of the myriad of organizations that make our neighborhoods more vibrant places to live and work.  

 

Randolph Savings Bank is fueled by the PRIDE...

our team shows in their work every day. PRIDE is the foundation of
who we are and who we strive to be:

P Passion To Win. A sense of urgency to be the best we can be at everything we choose to undertake!
R Relationship Driven. Putting our customers – both external and internal - first in every decision we make. We’ll understand their needs and seek to exceed their expectations.
I Innovation and Continuous Learning. Growth requires us to be nimble and have a healthy disregard for the impossible. As a team, we will seek new and improved ways to exceed the expectations of our customers.
D Do the Right Thing. We strive to gain the trust of our customers and each other through our actions every day and by thinking about the impact to our customers in every decision we make.
E Engagement. When we all work together collaboratively, we are capable of achieving amazing results.

Local management. Local decisions. Local commitment.