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Lower Valley Credit Union is seeking an experienced Lending VP to join our team! The individual will participate in strategic planning and the development of credit union policies, procedures, and goals. Develop and implement consistent organizational policies and procedures that comply with external regulations. Support and lead consumer loans, residential mortgage department, indirect lending, collections, and centralized lending.
- Oversee and monitor the loan function to achieve its strategic goals. Direct the work of loan officers and managers in all lending areas to include sales and application, underwriting, loan processing, loan documentation, and approval or denial of loans for consumer, mortgage, or business loans.
- Oversee the development and monitoring of performance standards.
- Provide mentoring, coaching, or training to support and develop managers and staff.
- Research and evaluate the feasibility of new lending products. Develop and implement plans for the expansion of lending programs. Keep abreast of changes in the industry and changing trends in lending and react to changes in a way that maintains competitiveness.
- Review and support the ALLL calculation and provision for loan losses.
- Lead the Loan Review Committee in monthly meetings. Provide the necessary required documentation for discussion, planning, and decision making within the committee.
- Develop and prepare reports to help Management and the Board proactively manage emerging risks within the loan portfolio.
Bachelor’s degree in business or a related field and at least 8 years of experience in the credit process and at least 5 years of experience in a supervisory capacity within a financial institution.