Prepare and process loan files from credit approval through closing in a timely and efficient manner. This will involve obtaining all necessary documentation as well as ensuring compliance with all regulatory guidelines and customer service standards.
Concentration on real-estate secured transactions. Provide capacity as needed to support all areas of Loan Operations and Lending.
Areas of responsibility include:
- Process, close, fund, and book all new real estate secured loans and servicing actions according to applicable processing procedures and practices.
- Meet the target turnaround processing timelines and properly document CRM system to ensure transparent communication for Sales, Loan Operations, and future audit needs. Maintain workflow and queue maintenance according to defined workflows.
- Provide support when needed to Processing I team to process and close non-real estate secured loan transactions according to applicable processing workflows, procedures, and practices.
- Provide support when needed to the Processing team to address other duties as assigned; which may have a concentration in the following areas:
- Ensure compliance standards are met with the delivery of disclosures and appraisals
- Work with branch office staff to ensure all original post-closing recorded documents and other related post-closing documents are submitted timely to the Collateral Vault when returned directly to the branch.
- Customer Service – provide adequate support when necessary due to absence, lunch schedule covering, etc. to ensure potential and existing customer walk-in’s are met with prompt and courteous service according to policies and procedures; along with any other
duties necessary for smooth branch operations.
- Three to five years loan processing experience preferred.
- Associate Degree in Accounting, Business, or Secretarial Science or equivalent experience
- Detail oriented, independent judgment skills, strong organizational skills, flexible to a changing work environment, demonstrate a willingness to collaborative, possess strong written and verbal communication skills, quality and solution focused, innovative,
ability to develop and work well in a team atmosphere, effectively follow up on the work of others, ability to work independently with general supervision, self-starter with ability to be assertive and arrive at sound business decisions
- Knowledge of computer software applications, which may include but not limited to: Adobe, MS Excel, MS Word, CRM, SharePoint, AgDocs, Accounting systems/mainframe/front end, Credit Delivery or other document generation software, report generation, vendor
ordering software, and collateral database tracking
- Overall knowledge and willingness to continually study MAFC, AgFirst, and FCA policy and procedure manuals, and overall understanding of legal terms to ensure proper collateral positions are achieved
- May require work beyond normally scheduled hours with little or no advance notice to meet the organizations overall mission, goals, and objectives
- Travel to/from other branch offices, associations, AgFirst, or other facilities as deemed necessary
Equal Opportunity Employer including veterans and individuals with disabilities.
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