Location: Penticton Main Branch, Penticton, BC
The Senior Personal Banking Officer is responsible for providing total retail lending services to the members by building relationships, proactively soliciting business, and cross-selling products and services while providing efficient and courteous member service. Responsibilities also include supervision, in-branch training, motivation, and coaching of the Personal Banking Officer I and Personal Banking Office.
- Performs a variety of retail credit activities including conducting interviews, granting, pricing, analyzing, security, reporting requirements, credit advances, renewals, and collections in accordance with established loan policies, procedures, and authorization limits.
- Manages employee performance by providing in-branch training, setting goals, appraising performance, providing regular feedback, reinforcing positive behaviours, and identifying and correcting problems.
- Co-ordinates the referral of members for specialized services such as financial planning and mutual funds or insurance. Opens accounts and identifies cross-selling opportunities for other products and services and provides financial information to members.
- This position may be required to provide back-up coverage for the Personal Banking Manager or Branch Manager.
- This position may generate a higher volume of business and hold higher credit granting limits than the Personal Banking Officer I or Personal Banking Officer.
- Identifies and develops sales and service opportunities with potential new clients/members. Enhances valued relationships with existing clients/members utilizing Customer Relationship Management techniques and technology.
- Maintains established procedures with respect to confidentiality, negotiable items, cash transactions, equipment and surroundings to meet safety, legal and procedural requirements.
- Maintains a professional standard of conduct at all times while promoting a positive image of the Credit Union.
EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:
- Completed Canadian Investment Funds Course or Canadian Security Course or have been previously Mutual Funds Dealer Association licensed within the past 36 months.
- A Post Secondary Diploma or Certificate, AMP – Accredited Mortgage Professional is an asset.
- Four to six years experience in a financial institution
- Proficient in selling and processing all deposit services including term deposits, RRSPs, opening accounts and conducting service checks
- Completion of Basic Consumer Lending Course preferred
Qualified applicants are invited to apply at careers.valleyfirst.com.
We thank all applicants for their interest in Valley First; however, only short listed candidates will be contacted.
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