CDBA member Carver Federal Savings Bank has several open positions.
The chief compliance officer is responsible for establishing and maintaining the bank’s compliance program. In addition, this position will provide strategic advice on the bank's regulatory and compliance environment, technical guidance on specific compliance matters and supervision of compliance staff.
The senior director of technology provides overall vision, leadership and hands-on support for developing and implementing technology initiatives and solutions. This position will be accountable for technology vision and leadership, technology management and line of business support.
The fraud prevention officer is responsible for developing, implementing and administering all aspects of the bank's fraud prevention programs. This position acts as a liaison between bank personnel and law enforcement authorities when responding to fraudulent or other criminal activity.
CDBA member City First Bank of D.C. seeks a senior loan administrator to document approved commercial loans by preparing, collecting and reviewing the documents required to close loans. This position must collaborate with loan operation personnel when processing loan transactions such as payments, advances, disbursements and the collection of fee payments.
CDBA member Sunrise Banks has several open positions.
The fraud and identity theft coordinator is responsible for ensuring compliance of Sunrise Banks’ fraud program. This position reports the fraud risks for all customer access devices including checks, ACH, ATM/Debit cards and online banking. This includes monitoring alerts from card services software, fraud/kite manager software and management of case tracker alerts through EFT for ATM/debit card transactions.
The third party risk analyst will assist the third party risk manager and other specialists in order to maintain the bank’s third party risk management program. Responsibilities include data entry, completing due diligence packets and assembling ongoing reports. This position also engages in issue and remediation tracking and ongoing communication with relationship managers.
CDBA Member Sunrise Banks has several open positions:
The internal auditor is responsible for auditing areas relating to the bank's national products division, identifying and developing audit findings and recommendations and maintaining effective working relationships with auditees. This position will also conduct compliance audits, reviewing compliance with regulatory requirements.
The national products operations specialist coordinates the operational efforts of Sunrise Bank’s small dollar lending and tax programs. This position acts as the operational expert on those programs and will coordinate operational items with partners. The operations specialist will also help troubleshoot and analyze emerging situations.
The commercial underwriter is the primary credit risk manager for commercial and institutional customers and transactions. This position works with businesses and product partners to analyze, structure, rate, document and approve credit exposures resulting from loans and other commercial banking products. The underwriter is also responsible for monitoring and managing an assigned portfolio. The underwriter plays an active role in building client relationships.
The loan analyst is responsible for the foreclosure and loan closing functions for an assigned portfolio of special assets accounts. This position is responsible for all processes affecting their accounts as well as working with operations areas, outside vendors and counsel to ensure special assets files are properly acted upon in a cost effective and timely manner. The loan analyst also assists asset managers with due diligence and loan servicing support.
The market director develops strategies, processes and plans to promote new business opportunities in the small to mid-size commercial markets. The market director is accountable for the overall performance of their team, selecting new team members, arranging appropriate training, managing performance and addressing obstacles to ensure the team’s success.
Partners for the Common Good and CDBA seek an investments and impact manager. This position will cultivate new loan fund investors and funders and maintain accountability to all stakeholders. The incumbent will play a lead role in development and implementation of impact metrics, data collection and analysis.
The National Initiatives Division of NeighborWorks America seeks a senior financial manager to provide key leadership in the management, planning, analysis, coordination, administration, oversight and reporting of budget planning activities to ensure that they are closely aligned with the division’s and NeighborWorks America’s strategic priorities.
CDFI loan fund Indian Land Capital Company seeks a CEO to accelerate the organization’s growth and facilitate its mission of increasing Indian land ownership. The CEO is responsible for all aspects of the enterprise’s operations, providing leadership and oversight to staff and consultants. The CEO is responsible for raising lending capital, maintaining investor relations and recruiting borrowers.
The U.S. Treasury seeks a CDFI Fund associate program manager to develop communication plans and strategies for the CDFI Fund. This role advises management on policy formulation and legislative issues. The associate program manager plans, executes and evaluates the effectiveness of various information in furthering CDFI Fund strategic goals. In addition, this role establishes or evaluates policies, procedures and protocols related to Treasury and federal policies.
CDBA Member First American International Bank has the following open positions:
The loan quality control and mortgage compliance manager enhances the quality of residential mortgage originations and servicing operations. This position schedules and oversees pre-funding, post-funding and mortgage compliance reviews, then prepares reports detailing findings. This role also continually assesses production operations to ensure compliance with regulatory and investor requirements.
The business analyst ensures each business unit receives the required information and technology assistance. This position assists with system maintenance of the bank's automated loan origination and secondary marketing system. The business analyst should understand the abilities, features and capabilities of banking applications that impact the assigned business unit and work with the information systems department on IT solutions.
The loan risk reviewer assists the chief credit officer and the risk management head with monitoring and managing credit risk within the Bank’s lending activities. This individual also provides a review and assessment of loans in the portfolio, identifying potential problems and ensuring compliance with established loan policies and federal regulations.