Community Banking Recruiters, launched in 1967 by BankNews Media, is an executive search and recruitment service with a proven track record in both areas: helping banks recruit experienced, successful, quality senior and mid-level executives, and assisting banking professionals to obtain new employment opportunities that provide career advancement.
Community Banking Recruiters is dedicated exclusively to helping banks and bankers. Our mission, in simple terms, is to bring banks together with bankers. Our strength lies in our exclusive focus in the search and placement of bank professionals. This experience gives our team a tremendous advantage as we draw on first-hand knowledge while partnering with our clients, understanding their business needs, and effectively matching client and candidate together.
BankNews Media, which traces its history to 1901, is dedicated to serving the needs of bankers nationwide through a wide range of online and print products and services.
Its flagship publication, BankNews, is the leading independent publication for community banks nationwide. Complementing BankNews are two executive newsletters, BankNews Mid-Week and The Bank Board Letter, and two e-newsletters, BankNews eDigest and Technology Focus.
Ag Banking is a quarterly publication dedicated exclusively to agricultural bankers nationwide.
The company’s Contract Publishing division offers a range of services to state banking associations, from editorial and advertising sales, to design, printing and mailing. BankNews Media currently publishes the official banking publications for California, Florida, Illinois, Kansas, Maine, Massachusetts, Missouri and Texas.
BankNews.com is the leading independent website dedicated exclusively to the community banking industry. And BANKworkfoce.com is a leading online job board for the banking industry and related financial markets.
In addition, BankNews Media has been one of the nation’s most respected publishers of bank directories for more than 50 years. Currently, the company publishes directories for Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Missouri, Montana, the Mountain States (Colorado, Montana, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming), Nebraska, New England (Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont) and Oklahoma, plus the well-respected Texas Banking Red Book.