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Job Opening: Mortgage team manager serving low income/Latino communities (California
Original message from: Steve.Zuckerman@self-help.org
Great position open for the right candidate. Thanks for any interest/leads. Position description below.
CREDIT UNION MORTGAGE TEAM MANAGER - BILINGUAL (SPANISH / ENGLISH)
Community Trust, division of Self-Help Federal Credit Union, which serves frequently under-served populations -- particularly Latino immigrants -has an immediate opening for one highly motivated and talented individual for a Mortgage Team Manager - Bilingual (Spanish/English). This individual will lead our mortgage loan officers in California; your home base is flexible within our branch network in the Bay Area and Central Valley. If you desire a challenging, fast paced, customer oriented, collaborative work environment and don't mind travelling (by car), we invite you to apply. The Mortgage Team Manager will attract mortgage loan applicants, approve or deny pre-qualifications, ensure mortgage lending policies and procedures best serve the credit union and its members; oversee mortgage lending staff; ensure compliance with state and federal lending laws; develop, recommend, and report on improvements in mortgage products and services; and manage mortgage lending toward a strong economic performance. This includes achieving lending goals and budgets, conducting community relations and new business development, staffing, supervising and developing mortgage staff, ensuring effective and efficient service, and maintaining adherence to mortgage lending policies and procedures. Candidates best positioned for success include positive, energetic individuals with management experience.
Qualifications We Are Seeking:
? A person sensitive to the social, economic and cultural needs of the immigrant community with a passion for creating economic opportunity for traditionally underserved communities.
? Proven ability to develop new mortgage lending business and expand existing relationships.
? Strong interpersonal and communication skills, and a commitment to teamwork.
? 5-10 years experience working as a mortgage loan officer.
? 3-5 previous supervisory experience.
? Experience in a financial institution, preferably a credit union.
? Someone who is fully bilingual (Spanish/English).
We are an equal opportunity employer:
Self-Help is committed to providing equal employment opportunities to all persons regardless of race, color, class, age, religion, disability that can be accommodated, marital status, ancestry, nationality, family status or sexual orientation.
Competitive salary, based on experience, plus a generous benefits package that includes health, dental, life insurance, flexible spending plan, retirement plan, paid parental leave, and domestic partners policy.
Self-Help and its affiliates are a nationally recognized nonprofit community development lender, real estate developer, and credit union manager. Since its founding in 1980, Self-Help has provided more than $5.95 billion of financing to over 71,000 families of modest means, small businesses and nonprofit organizations. Self-Help Federal Credit Union was chartered in 2008 to build in California a statewide network of branches serving working families and generally underserved communities. Self-Help FCU has grown primarily by merging the operations of seven credit unions which now operate as Community Trust, a division of Self-Help FCU. We currently have 18 branches in the Bay Area and Central Valley of California, almost $400 million in assets and 50,000 members.
Please apply to our Human Resources Department:
Interested individuals please send a resume and cover letter, and reference "Mortgage Team Manager, California" in the subject line of your message.
By Fax: 707-551-4079
By Mail: PO Box 1552, Vallejo, CA 94590