This position is responsible for developing and expanding their
community bank s asset base through the profitable growth of its
market share of retail and commercial lines of business.
Responsible for providing supervision and direction for all
community bank personnel.
MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES (ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS)
1. Assumes responsibility for designated community bank.
2. Monitors balance sheet and income statement for the community
3. Provides supervision and direction for the community bank
employees including Loan Officers, Loan Assistants, CSRs, and
tellers. Has direct supervision of all aspects of the banking
services provided by their designated community bank.
4. Monitors all activities of the community bank including new
loan requests, past dues, classified loans, non-accruals,
overdrafts, and exceptions.
5. Approves all request as directed by Lending Policy regulating
6. Serves as the bank representative in professional, business,
and community organizations and events to promote bank
7. Assumes responsibility and is accountable for the loan
portfolio in their market.
ADDITIONAL DUTIES AND RESONSIBILITIES
Conduct day-to-day operations under the policy direction of CEO
and board of directors.
Educate and develop personnel.
Maximize collaboration between lending and operations in
designated community bank location.
Completes all required compliance exams on a yearly basis.
Adherence to all First United Policies and Procedures.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to
perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed
below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability
required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable
individuals with disabilities to perform the essential
Education and Work Experience
Bachelor s degree in Finance or related field.
Minimum of 10-20 years relevant industry and management
Strong financial and regulatory expertise with the banking
Strong negotiation skills.
Strong leadership, communication, organization, and analytical
Excellent interpersonal skills.
Strong financial analytical and underwriting skills.
Experience managing within a matrix organizational
Extensive leadership versatility and an ability to relate with
and understand varying mindsets within a diverse organization.
Ability to manage a wide range of projects.
Complex thinking capacity and skills.
Knowledge of loan participation.
Ability to lead others to comprehend complex issues from a
higher level and bring value to senior management.
Associated topics: donor, hospital, lead generation,
marketplace, mba, policy, product market, public relations,
solicitation, university relationship
Job ID: ba5122c0-12389745871
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