Creating Value for
Customers & Community

After more than 100 years in business, FNBC demonstrates that a bank can be much greater than its balance sheet; it can be a powerful catalyst for community and individuals to pursue and achieve their highest aspirations. Chartered in 1912, FNBC’s century-long legacy has been forged through diligence, passion and execution. The result being an organization built by Community Bankers whose values are rooted in dependability, resourcefulness, honesty and integrity. At its century mark, FNBC is passionate about creating value for its customers and its communities. Its culture is strong; its core is vital. It has a bold past and a bright future.

Our Leadership


Martin Carpenter

Chairman of the Board


Chief Executive Officer



Marty Sellars

Chief Executive Officer





Dana Batterton

Executive Vice President
& Chief Risk Officer



Michael Burris

Executive Vice President
& Chief Financial Officer



Chad Hudson

Executive Vice President
& Chief Lending Officer



Interested in working at a bank named one of the Best Banks to Work For in 2015 by American Banker Magazine? We would love to visit with you.

If you are eager to learn, grow and achieve, FNBC Bank offers you a world of opportunity. Give us your best, and you will be rewarded with competitive benefits and career development opportunities.

What it takes to be an FNBC community banker:

  • Integrity in Word & Deed
  • Servant Leadership in Relationship
  • Accountability in Action

Please note that as job opportunities are posted, FNBC Bank positions remain available for an indefinite close date. FNBC Bank may extend or withdraw positions based on the candidate pool. All applicants will be notified upon closing or extending a position.

Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action

We consider applicants for employment without regard to race, color, gender, national origin, religion, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, physical or mental disability, pregnancy, marital status, Veteran status or any other status protected by Federal, State or local law. Equal access to all programs, service, and employment is available to all persons.