CDBA member Virginia Community Capital has several open positions.
The senior loan officer is responsible for developing and maintaining strong relationships with borrowers, providing quality customer service and acting as the principal account manager for new and existing customers. The senior loan officer also pursues new client leads and is responsible for business development, credit analysis, underwriting and proper loan structuring.
The portfolio analyst assists in the oversight of the loan portfolio. The incumbent will be primarily responsible for helping to service the existing loan portfolio in areas such as construction loan and line of credit draw management, exceptions resolution and annual reviews. This individual will report directly to the portfolio manager.
The Federal Reserve Bank of Boston seeks an SVP regional and community outreach. This position is a member of the bank’s Executive Committee, participating in the formulation of the bank’s overall policy while leading the Regional and Community Outreach Department's planning and implementation. This role is at the highest level on Federal Reserve System projects and serves as the bank’s community affairs officer.
CDBA member BankPlus seeks a legal department manager to train, counsel and evaluate department employees. The incumbent will lead meetings and render administrative assistance to the bank's general and legal counsel. The department manager prepares legal correspondence, processes subpoenas, ensures the log of all legal actions are accurate and ensures legal counsel is briefed on information needing review and disposition.
CDBA member First American International Bank has several open positions.
The business analyst is responsible for ensuring business units receive the information and technology assistance necessary to accomplish their goals and objectives. This position diagnoses and resolves technical problems and assists with ongoing system requirements, solution specification, user testing and procedures of the bank's automated loan origination system.
The loan risk review/credit analyst assists the chief credit officer and the risk management head, monitoring and managing credit risk within the bank’s lending activities. Duties include providing an objective assessment of loans in order to identify potential problems and ensuring compliance with established loan policies and federal regulations.
(Queens and Brooklyn, N.Y.)
The residential mortgage loan officer solicits and manages new residential loan business and maintains customer relationships. The incumbent responds to customer inquiries, ensuring customers are informed of all mortgage products offered by the bank. The mortgage loan officer also develops business partner banking relationship through marketing, cold-calling, prospecting and networking activities.
CDBA Member Urban Partnership Bank seeks to fill several open positions.
The portfolio analyst is responsible for the ongoing monitoring of a portfolio of loan accounts. This position is expected to give periodic presentations to management, including reporting on financial statement analysis, compliance with loan covenants and assessments of credit risk in the portfolio.
The business banker is responsible for generating new loan volume, underwriting, closing and servicing a business banking loan portfolio. Bankers are ultimately responsible for achieving and maintaining a deep understanding of the client, the client’s business, the client’s reputation and their future needs.
The loan analyst is responsible for the foreclosure and loan closing functions for an assigned portfolio of accounts within the special assets division. This role oversees all parts of the loan closing process and works with outside vendors and counsel to ensure special assets files are acted upon properly. The loan analyst also assists with due diligence and loan servicing.
CDBA member Sunrise Banks seeks a commercial loan officer to interview, assess and analyze prospective loan clients. This position establishes new business loans and deposit prospects, granting new loans according to bank guidelines and establishing the terms under which credit will be granted.
Central Payments, the prepaid card division of CDBA member Central Bank of Kansas City, seeks a director/manager of compliance responsible for maintaining a thorough compliance policy. This position reviews new policies and proposed changes from across the organization to ensure that any associated compliance risks are properly managed. This role will also manage the bank’s compliance review, oversight and auditing programs.
Nonprofit Finance Fund (NFF) is seeking a full-time director of underwriting. The director of underwriting plays a central role in the growth and expansion of NFF’s financing business. The director has the primary responsibility of ensuring that NFF remains a leading underwriter of high impact transactions across sectors, industries and geographies.
CDBA member OneUnited Bank seeks a legal associate to work with senior counsel and business units on legal issues regarding customers, employment and policies and procedures. The legal associate conducts legal research and analysis, ensures compliance, prepares agreements, documents and pleadings relating to litigation and non-litigation matters. This position is also responsible for contract management, banking regulations and OneUnited Bank policies procedures.
CDBA Member Community Bank of the Bay seeks to fill several positions
SBA Business Development Officer
(Oakland/San Jose, Calif.)
The SBA Business Development Officer originates new 7a and 504 loan opportunities. This position will call on and develop an external referral source network to solicit SBA loan opportunities, analyzing the needs of prospects and providing information about products and services. The business development officer also will interview new loan applicants to gather information relative to their business needs, abilities and earnings to determine whether loans may be an acceptable risk and communicate credit decisions to prospects and customers.
(Oakland/San Jose, Calif.)
The relationship manager is responsible for the production of C&I loans, lines of credit and commercial real estate loans. This position will maintain and manage a loan portfolio and cross-sell all bank products and services with the goal of building relationships with business and personal clients. The relationship manager solicits, negotiates and underwrites loans in compliance with bank's credit policies and guidelines.
(Oakland/San Jose, Calif.)
The credit analyst is responsible for assisting loan officers in the evaluation of commercial credit and deal structure for C&I, commercial real estate and SBA customers. This position is responsible for preparing financial spreadsheets to properly assess cash flow and debt service coverage. The credit analyst will also be expected to conduct annual portfolio reviews and audits. This role assists in the preparation of credit approval memos and ensures that covenant compliance and financial reporting requirements are addressed.