It is our policy to not accept applications for employment when vacancies do not exist.

We will post employment vacancies on this website when possible. When vacancies do exist, interested persons may obtain an employment application at: 6401 S. Bell, Amarillo, TX 79109, OR send resume to HR@accesscu.net

For those outside of the Amarillo area, applications may be requested by mail when vacancies exist by contacting: Human Resources @ 806.353.9999

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Part-Time Teller

This position requires professionalism, accuracy and good member relations skills. Position involves handling deposits, withdrawals, payments and transfers. Additional duties related to filing, waiting on drive-up window traffic, answering teller calls and Member Service. Must be able to promote products and services and uphold exceptional sales ability. Candidate must be detailed oriented and able to multi-task. Teller experience preferred.

Vice President – Member Business Lending

Position Description

The Vice President – Member Business Lending is responsible for the identification, solicitation, analysis, negotiation, and closing of commercial loans to Credit Union members and prospective members.  In addition to the role of a business loan producer, the position also requires ongoing portfolio monitoring and cross-selling of services to the Member Business customer base.  Duties will involve keeping management abreast of market conditions and providing strategic input that will promote the Credit Union with the Membership and Community.  Further, the position requires the ability to communicate with other team members in a manner that enhances the Member experience as well as promotes positive and healthy morale.

General Responsibilities

    • Solicit and service Member Business Loans
    • Promote the Credit Union and its products and services to prospective Member Businesses and prospects with the goal of maximizing the overall relationship
    • Provide input in planning and development of business products and services
    • Perform all duties within Regulatory and Policy Guidelines
    • Provide expertise to Business Members

Job Specific Duties

    • Marketing:  Utilize internal and external relationships and resources to identify and engage current and prospective Business Members.  Activities might include data mining, scheduling appointments, following-up on leads, and attending non-regular business hour functions.  The goal of such efforts will be to grow relationships and develop a pipeline of business applications and closings.

    • Analysis, Underwriting, and Presentation:  Collect, analyze, and summarize financial and other relevant loan application data.  Prepare a Loan Memo document with summarized findings and recommendations for committee approval. Perform underwriting within Credit Union lending policy.  Participate as a member of the Business Loan Committee.

    • Servicing:  Stay connected with the Member after closing with periodic on-site calls and collection of required financial reporting data.  Review provided data.  If Red Flags are noted or the overall Grade is decreasing, initiate communication with management and be prepared to offer potential corrective action.  Monitor collateral as required under policy guidelines.  Communicate with the Member.

    • Administration:  Assist Management in developing Member Lending Department operational procedures (loan processing, booking, ticklers, etc).  Coordinate and manage workflows in effort to maximize Member satisfaction and Credit Union efficiencies.

    • Communication:  Provide timely and appropriate internal communication with internal partners and Members/prospects.  Take an active approach to addressing problems or delivering less than desirable news. Ask for help when it is needed.  Be proactive.

    • Fiduciary Responsibility:  Acts as a good steward and in the best interest of credit union members in all matters.

    • Other duties as may be assigned from time to time to meet the goals of the Credit Union.

Minimum Qualifications

    • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent training/experience, and a minimum of 3 years of commercial/business lending experience working in or with financial institutions

    • Sales and/or customer service experience
    • Familiarity with mortgage underwriting guidelines with preference as a registered Mortgage Loan Originator (MLO)

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

    • Ability to read, analyze, and interpret personal/business financial statements and tax returns

    • Ability to calculate routine financial ratios and present salient results in oral and written form

    • Ability to professionally represent self and credit union to Members and prospects throughout the community

    • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office, Word, Excel, Laser-Pro (or applicable LO software)

    • Functional knowledge of State and Federal Regulations with ability to research