CDBA member Urban Partnership Bank has several open positions:
The senior compliance specialist performs a variety of critical monitoring functions related to regulatory consumer protection, the Community Reinvestment Act and fair lending regulations. This position ensures ongoing compliance with established policies, procedures and government regulations.
The finance specialist will provide accounting assistance for new or complex transactions across all lines of business, including commercial banking, retail, treasury, credit and loan workout. In addition, this role will help ensure accounting controls and procedures are followed and are consistent with industry standards.
CDBA member Urban Partnership Bank seeks a manager of compliance to manage regulatory requirements of the Bank Secrecy Act, the Patriot Act and the Office of Foreign Assets Control and Anti-Money Laundering. Responsibilities also include functions related to consumer compliance and CRA. The incumbent will serve as the Bank Secrecy Act Officer and work closely with the operations and IT departments to coordinate the program.
This position is responsible for growing and managing customer relationships for the bank’s Padgett Business Services franchise, providing clients with financial statement preparation, payroll, tax and advisory services. The business services officer acquires new customers, managing relationships, provides business services and expands business relationships under general supervision of the Director of Business Intelligence.
The branch manager is responsible for the administration and efficient daily operations of a full service branch office including lending, product sales and customer service. This position is responsible for meeting operational objectives and ensuring the branch achieves annual goals and cross-sell ratio. The branch manager’s leadership duties include employee development, coaching and performance management. Candidates for this position should be proficient in English and Spanish.
CDBA member Carver Federal Savings Bank seeks an underwriter/credit analyst, AVP to underwrite commercial and commercial real estate loans. This position is responsible for reviewing loan packages, interpreting credit quality information, conducting complex financial analyses and preparing narrative analyses for approval.
CDFI Loan Fund Nonprofit Finance Fund seeks a chief credit officer to oversee the credit function and risk management of its portfolios. Primary responsibilities include directing credit policies, financial products and portfolios to ensure compliance. The chief credit officer also manages a team of professionals who conduct the day-to-day work of due diligence, underwriting, negotiation and closing transactions.
CDBA member Sunrise Banks seeks a commercial loan officer to interview, assess and analyze prospective loan clients. This position establishes new business loans and deposit prospects, granting new loans according to bank guidelines and establishing the terms under which credit will be granted.
CDBA member Carver Federal Savings Bank seeks a senior operations manager to oversee branch and loan operations, including managing vendors, facilities and projects for core operating systems. This role is responsible for re-engineering processes and work flows, documenting procedures and ensuring compliance with regulatory requirements. The senior manager will also participate in ensuring operational priorities are aligned with mission, vision, values and division objectives.
CDBA member Bank2 seeks a mortgage account executive responsible for outreach to current and prospective correspondent clients. This role is responsible for training correspondent clients, monitoring their sales and recertifying them annually. The mortgage account executive also acts as a primary contact for bank customers.
CDBA Member Community Bank of the Bay seeks to fill several positions
SBA Business Development Officer
(Oakland/San Jose, Calif.)
The SBA Business Development Officer originates new 7a and 504 loan opportunities. This position will call on and develop an external referral source network to solicit SBA loan opportunities, analyzing the needs of prospects and providing information about products and services. The business development officer also will interview new loan applicants to gather information relative to their business needs, abilities and earnings to determine whether loans may be an acceptable risk and communicate credit decisions to prospects and customers.
(Oakland/San Jose, Calif.)
The relationship manager is responsible for the production of C&I loans, lines of credit and commercial real estate loans. This position will maintain and manage a loan portfolio and cross-sell all bank products and services with the goal of building relationships with business and personal clients. The relationship manager solicits, negotiates and underwrites loans in compliance with bank's credit policies and guidelines.
(Oakland/San Jose, Calif.)
The credit analyst is responsible for assisting loan officers in the evaluation of commercial credit and deal structure for C&I, commercial real estate and SBA customers. This position is responsible for preparing financial spreadsheets to properly assess cash flow and debt service coverage. The credit analyst will also be expected to conduct annual portfolio reviews and audits. This role assists in the preparation of credit approval memos and ensures that covenant compliance and financial reporting requirements are addressed.
The CDFI Fund has several open positions
The senior advisor provides information, advice and analysis to the CDFI Director. The incumbent will make recommendations concerning CDFI strategy, develop financial policy, produce analysis and write reports. This position also represents the CDFI fund in meetings with other senior Treasury representatives and with other agencies.
The compliance and certification officer is involved in the administration of agency certification programs, monitoring awardees' performance and taking enforcement actions. This position monitors awardees for compliance with CDFI Fund award agreements and federal rules, applying sanctions when appropriate and evaluating applications for certification status.