- The Dime Bank recently promoted Janet Salkoskas to the rank of assistant vice president, electronic banking manager.
Salkoskas is responsible for managing all aspects of The Dime Bank’s electronic product base including merchant services, remote banking, internet and mobile banking, debit cards, and new product development.
Salkoskas began her career at The Dime Bank in January 2007 when she was hired as a merchant services specialist.
Prior to joining The Dime Bank Salkoskas spent seventeen years in corporate banking and treasury management.
Salkoskas is a 2012 graduate of Dale Carnegie Skills for Success program as well as a 2013 graduate of Leadership Wayne.
Throughout the past several years Salkoskas contributed to the expansion of customers who utilize The Dime Bank's electronic products and she has been a part of the larger group that is charged with the responsibility of exploring, recommending, implementing, and servicing The Dime Bank's ever-expanding array of electronic banking products.
In recognition of her efforts and contributions, Salkoskas was promoted to electronic banking manager in November 2011.
Gary C. Beilman, president and chief executive officer, stated, "I am thrilled to announce Janet's promotion. Janet has been instrumental in growing her department and adding to the growth of our bank.
“During her tenure the Electronic Banking department has grown exponentially. This is a well deserved promotion in recognition of Janet's expertise and responsibilities."
Salkoskas lives in Tafton with her husband, John and two children, Thomas and Sean.
She is past president and current board member of her community association, a communicant of Queen of Peace Church, and enjoys volunteering her time with any effort to maintain and promote Lake Wallenpaupack.
The Dime Bank has been your trusted financial partner since 1905.
Serving a primary market of Northeast Pennsylvania The Dime Bank offers a full array of financial services ranging from traditional products to electronic banking and wealth management services.
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