Vice President Commercial Lending
Incumbent is responsible for the making and servicing of a variety of loans for commercial customers including but not limited to: secured and unsecured, capital, equipment, real estate, interim construction, personal, small business administration, and working capital loans. Must evaluate each loan for profitability and proper structuring to protect the Bank's interests and must make decisions that merit serious consideration; decisions that could be costly to the Bank if in error. This position requires performance of business development activities within commercial business market area and heavy customer contacts. Incumbent should have excellent communication and human relation skills and attend a variety of social situations in representing the Bank.
The incumbent must have a Bachelor’s Degree. Accounting, finance, or marketing would be an advantage, as well as six years of previous banking experience. Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, and related computer applications is also required. Incumbent must be able to work with limited supervision. Professional demeanor as well as effective oral communication and interpersonal skills are essential.
Make and service all types of Commercial and Real Estate loans either personally or in conjunction with other officers. Provide guidance to customers to ensure their banking needs are met. Promote the services and profitability of the Bank. Develop new business to ensure a constant increase in loans and income to the Bank. Must actively participate in Customer Service First sales and service culture, support the values of the organization and follow established company policies and procedures.
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