We’re only as good as our people.

At Capitol Bank we recognize that our success is determined by the quality of our employees, and our ability to encourage their professional growth. Happy employees mean happy customers and we live that every day.
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Capitol Bank Employees at Verona Hometown Days Parade Float 2017

Open Positions

We’re always looking for talented members to join the team. Take a look at the positions below and apply. Or, submit your resume and cover letter for future consideration. Capitol Bank is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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If you need any assistance seeking a job opportunity at Capitol Bank, or if you need reasonable accommodation with the application process, please call 608.836.1616  or contact us at HR@capitolbank.com.

Benefits of Working at Capitol Bank

Capitol Bank offers competitive salaries, comprehensive benefits, and an atmosphere that promotes professional growth.

  • Competitive Compensation
  • Competitive Vacation Time
  • Business Casual Fridays
  • Multiple Company Outings Every Year
  • Supportive of Employee’s Philanthropic Endeavors
  • Full Medical, Dental, and Vision insurance
  • Annual Flu Shots
  • Central Locations
  • Discounted Banking Services
  • Small team atmosphere that allows each employee to grow and learn the business
  • Training and Education Reimbursement
  • Consistent Hours

3 Ways to Apply


Email a resume and cover letter (Microsoft Word documents preferred) to Human Resources.


Email HR

Standard Mail

Print out and send our Employment Application, with a cover letter, to the address below.

Capitol Bank
Attn: Mandy Ayers, Human Resources
710 N. High Point Road
Madison, WI 53717

Download Application


Stop in at our Madison or Verona location to pick up and/or drop off an employment application.


Madison, Wisconsin

We’re a community bank, proud to call Madison, Wisconsin our home.

Locals stay active all year round in the Wisconsin capital, kayaking, cross-country skiing, and jogging along landscaped lake shores. The University of Wisconsin–Madison Arboretum boasts prairies, savannas, and 20 miles (32 km) of hiking trails.

National Geographic

Whether you drill down into our quality-of-life statistics or analyze the city's array of amenities, Madison stands out as Livability.com's 2015 Best Place to Live.


With barely a quarter-million people, Madison is undergoing a restructuring of its skyline.

Business Insider

The Milken report lauds Madison for, among other things, its high employment growth and low poverty rate for older adults; a low crime rate; quality health care; intellectual engagement at UW; low rates of smoking, falls and diabetes among older people; and an abundance of recreational and fitness activities.


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