Available Positions in North Carolina
Financial Services Representative II
The Financial Services Representative II (FSR II) provides first line service to our members including the opening of all deposit accounts, maintenance functions, assistance with loan requests, and other services desired by the membership. Interviews members to obtain information and propose financial products based on member needs. Educate members about credit union services. Assists in basic loan information gathering process; serves and counsels member based on member needs and LCCU mission and vision. Participates in community events demonstrating commitment to LCCU’s mission and vision.
Senior Financial Services Representative
The Senior Financial Services Representative (SFSR) provides comprehensive front line service to include handling all types of account opening and maintenance functions, solving complex member issues, and loan processing assistance. Possesses strong knowledge of credit union products and services, and serves members based on member needs. Participates in community events demonstrating commitment to LCCU’s mission and vision.
Financial Services Officer I
The Financial Services Officer I (FSO I) reviews, processes, closes and administers loan proposals; interviews applicants and requests information for loan applications. Analyzes applicant financial status to determine feasibility of granting loan; approves loan within specified limits; ensures loan agreements are complete and accurate according to credit union policy. Maintains a loan database and monitors performance of loans; analyzes potential loan markets to develop prospects; counsels members and acts as a financial advisor. Is able to competently advise and guide further research into purchase and disposal of real and consumer property.
The Marketing Coordinator provides support in all credit union wide marketing initiatives. Assists in the design of corporate image and marketing tools for internal and external initiatives. Coordinates marketing efforts by updating publicity, providing support to staff and performing required follow-up.
Vice President, Finance
The Vice President, Finance develops finance organizational strategies and objectives by contributing financial and accounting information, analysis, and recommendations. Establishes financial projections by forecasting capital, identifying monetary resources, and developing action plans. Provides monthly financial statements to management. Coordinates and prepares documentation for private annual audits, external audits and regulatory exams. Prepares delinquency, charge offs, MAP loans, risk liquidity, interest rate risk, real estate fees, charge off recoveries, repossession and other reports. Monitors the credit union’s investment portfolio to assure timely investment decisions.
Please fax your resume and job application (visit branch or website www.latinoccu.org for a job application) to 919-688-9309, email email@example.com or mail to Latino Community Credit Union, PO Box 25360, Durham, NC 27702. Attention: Human Resources.