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Academy Bank and Armed Forces Bank provides equal employment [and affirmative action] opportunities to applicants and employees without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual
orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, or disability.”
Dickinson Financial Corporation is a family-owned bank with a long history of service to the communities in which we do business. Our two banks, Academy Bank and Armed Forces Bank, are committed to this philosophy of service to others, as well as, creating a diverse, equitable and inclusive environment that contributes to immediate results and the long-term success of people. We recruit a diverse mix of talented people to deliver Fast, Easy, and Personal service that is welcoming to all, helping us to achieve our vision of being the “Go2Bank”, all while having fun and doing good things along the way!
The Loan Review Analyst III will perform reviews of bank's commercial loans to ensure compliance with established policies and standards.
Principal Accountabilities :
The Loan Review Analyst III will be able to perform the following tasks:
Performs reviews of bank's commercial loans to ensure compliance with established policies and standards with limited oversight. Reviews complex loans with minimal supervision. Analyze credit data and financial statements of individuals or firms to determine the degree of risk involved and the appropriate risk rating. Generate financial ratios to evaluate customer’s financial status. Prepares reports summarizing analysis and conclusions. Presents results to senior management when assigned. Review files for appropriate documentation. Performs other reviews as assigned. Responds to questions from loan officers and management. May provide functional and technical direction to other staff members. Assists to ensure department is meeting goals including meeting ongoing reporting deadlines. Leads training and development on special projects and initiatives. Mentor to Loan Review Analyst I and II. Assists management in monitoring processes and work flow. Recommends changes for process improvement to increase efficiency. Based upon review findings, assists in developing recommendations for improvement to the Board and senior management. In the absence of Loan Review Manager, may act as Supervisor. May serve as team leader for assigned projects. Understands, embodies, communicates, and instills corporate initiatives and vision, including the six Pillars of Success. Maintains client information in complete confidence. Completes other specified duties as assigned. Regular attendance required, working at the assigned worksite, or assigned remote location during regular business hours and/or assigned hours
Undergraduate degree in accounting, finance, business administration or related field Five or more years loan review experience. Banking and financial analysis experience. Has extensive knowledge of commonly used concepts, practices and procedures within lending and credit analysis. Strong working knowledge of Excel and Access. Excellent written and verbal communication skills and the ability to summarize and present complex financial data in an organized, concise manner. Must be able to work independently and have the ability to interact with coworkers, management, auditors and regulators.
The work environment is typical of a standard office setting. The position is sedentary, exerting 0 – 10 lbs. of force occasionally and/or a negligible amount of force frequently. It involves sitting most of the time but may also involve walking or standing for brief periods of time. Reaching may be required involving extending arms in any direction. Office equipment, such as a computer and telephone will be used requiring the use of hands and fingers to manipulate a keyboard or keypad. Visual ability to read a computer screen or written documents is necessary. Speaking ability to express or exchange ideas; impart oral information to customers or to the public; or convey detailed or important spoken instructions by means of the spoken word is required. Hearing is necessary to receive detailed information through oral communication.