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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 Commercial Banker Trainee is part of the Commercial Banker Development Program which will provide training in commercial credit, loan review, loan operations, and commercial lending through shadowing a commercial lender.
Principal Accountabilities :
Within the Commercial Credit Department, the Commercial Banker Trainee will receive training and then be able to perform the following tasks:
Financial statement spreads. Financial analysis of commercial loans (both real estate and commercial and industrial). Prepare well-written financial analysis of loans for presentation to loan officers and/or loan committee. Complete financial analysis reports that are completed in a quality manner and within service timeline expectations. Effective communicator with lending officers, supervisors, and co-workers to provide for effective follow up on credit reviews. Other special projects or other tasks as required by supervisor/manager.
Within the Loan Review Department, the Commercial Banker Trainee will receive on-the-job training and then will be able to perform the following tasks: Review commercial credits to determine whether any change in risk rating should be made. Prepare written reports of loan review findings. Present to Loan Review Department supervisors on the findings during a specific commercial loan review.
Within the Loan Officer shadowing process, the Commercial Banker Trainee will be able to perform the following tasks: Assist the loan officer with creation of the Credit Approval Submission (CAS) document for loan approvals. Assist the loan officer with borrower contact in obtaining financial information and other required loan documentation. Conduct property inspections of collateral securing commercial loans. Participate in loan meetings with borrowers and the Commercial Loan Officer. Ability to apply skills toward effective financial analysis of borrower's financial statements, cash flow analysis, and analysis of commercial credit. The individual will be able to perform credit analysis of noncomplex credits with the expectation that progress will be made toward more complex credit analysis after fulfilling the minimum job responsibilities. The individual will be able to apply Bank Credit Underwriting standards to other functions including loan review and loan origination. The expectations will coincide with the Commercial Banker Trainee's level of experience and after training programs
In all of the areas listed above, the following are essential functions of the job: Maintain client confidentiality at all times. Regular attendance is required, working at the worksite during regular business hours and/or assigned hours.
Minimum Qualifications: The Commercial Banker Trainee will generally possess an undergraduate degree in either the field of accounting, finance, economics, real estate, business administration, or related field. Work experience in commercial banking is not required. Strong ability to make presentations both in writing and orally. Strong analytical skills. Proficiency with MS Office Suite of products.
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 moving about or standing for brief periods of time. Reaching may be required involving extending one's body in any direction. Office equipment, such as a computer and telephone will be used requiring the ability to manipulate a keyboard or keypad. Ability to comprehend information displayed on a computer screen or written documents is necessary. The ability to e xpress or exchange ideas; impart oral information to clients or to the public; or convey detailed or important instructions by means of the spoken word is required. The ability to receive detailed information through oral communication is required.