When you work for the
Seattle Bank, you're not just making a difference at work. You're working to make
a difference. That’s because our company and our employees are committed to
our mission: enhancing the success of our members and making their communities better
places to work and live.
A cooperative financial institution, the Seattle Bank provides approximately 339
community financial institutions with access to wholesale funding that they can use to make
home mortgages, small business, and other loans to the members of their communities.
In addition, we give 10 percent of annual profits to fund projects that provide
affordable housing to people in need.
The Seattle Bank is located in Seattle, Washington, and employs approximately 150
individuals. One of 12 Federal Home Loan Banks in the U.S., the Seattle Bank offers
the amenities of a small company with the opportunities and resources of a large
Equal Employment Opportunity Policy Statement
The Federal Home Loan Bank of Seattle (Seattle Bank) is committed to a policy of
diversity and equal opportunity in employment and in contracting and in all matters
relating to recruiting, hiring, transfers, promotions, compensation, benefits, training,
separations, and all other employment-related terms and conditions and prohibits
discrimination based on race, color, religion, gender, age, national origin, sexual
orientation, disability status or genetic information, marital or parental status,
veteran’s status or political affiliation or any other classification prohibited
by applicable law.
Employment and contracting policies and practices at the Seattle Bank support our
commitment to diversity and equal opportunity employment for all applicants, employees
The Seattle Bank prohibits retaliation or reprisals against an employee, applicant
or contractor for reporting a claim of harassment or discrimination.
The Human Resources department has been designated as the Office of Minority and
Women Inclusion and will be responsible for ensuring compliance with the requirements.