AVP/Ministry Development Group, Portfolio & Risk Management

Christian Community Credit Union is seeking an AVP/Ministry Development Group, Portfolio & Risk Management. The successful candidate's primary focus will be to supervise Ministry Development Group Portfolio and Risk Management personnel, and manage processes that support ministry and business loan underwriting and asset management. We are one of the largest credit unions serving the Christian community. The Credit Union is a full-service financial institution that focuses on people, not profits. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, provide quality service to ministries and be responsible for accurate, efficient credit decisions for potential and existing borrowers. Review recommendations of other credit personnel and approve/decline loan requests within assigned authority. Facilitate Loan Committee and ensure all loan presentations are reviewed and approved/declined by the appropriate decision making body. Direct staff efforts for consistent and timely analysis of existing credits and their inclusion in Sageworks, the Credit Union's PRM system. Ensure ministry and business loans comply with Credit Union's established policies and standards. Organize and direct policies, objectives, and initiatives of the portfolio and risk management team.
HOURS: Full-Time, Monday Friday, 8:00am to 6:00pm (Exempt Status)
Bachelor's degree or higher required (degree in related field or four-year higher education degree preferred)
Minimum of five years' previous real estate/mortgage loan coordination and origination experience required
Banking knowledge or related experience required
Valid driver's license, current car insurance and reliable transportation required
Proficient of word processing (Word preferred), spreadsheets (Excel preferred) and presentation software (PowerPoint preferred)
Proficient of World Wide Web search engines, email applications and Adobe Acrobat
Understanding of the most current USPAP guidelines
Knowledge of Title Insurance issues pertaining to construction lending
Ability to read and interpret appraisal reports; approve or decline the appraiser's methodology, identify errors, and coordinate corrections when needed
Knowledge of Construction Lending including permitting, bidding, draws, scheduling and completion
Understanding of Civil & Commercial codes & laws pertaining to construction loans
Ability to read & interpret construction contracts, cost estimates, plans and specifications
Knowledge of, or willingness to learn, Credit Card processing systems
Ability to work under pressure, independently and take initiative
Ability to deal effectively with multiple tasks and interruptions
Excellent telephone, oral and written communication skills
Good organizational skills
Selected candidates may be tested on the following skills: Basic Math, Microsoft Excel (advanced level), Microsoft Word, Written Communication, Underwriting & Financial Analysis & ability to lift 25 lbs.

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