Commercial Loan Officer-Newton

Company Name:
Adams Consulting Group, LLC
Commercial Lender
Reports To: SVP & Team Leader
Location: Newton
1. Develop business opportunities through customer, professional and organizational contacts. This duty is performed daily about 30% of the time.
2. Follow up with customers as necessary for timely receipt of financial information. This duty is performed weekly, about 10% of the time.
3. Understand, structure and present loan requests to optimize the r return to the bank. This duty is performed daily, about 20% of the time.
4. Review loan documentation for correctness, attend loan closings and follow up on missing or exception items. This duty is performed weekly, about 2 % of the time.
5. Monitor delinquencies, overdrafts and financial indicators of potential loan repayment problems. This duty is performed daily, about 20% of the time.
6. Perform any other related duties as required or assigned.
Broad knowledge of such fields as accounting, marketing, business administration, finance, etc.
Equivalent to a four-year college degree,
Advanced: Accounting
Contact Management, Database, Presentation/PowerPoint, Spreadsheet, and Word Processing/Typing
Four-year college degree in business or finance
Must have 7 to 10+ years of Commercial loan experience handling owner occupied real estate and C&I.
Candidate must have a BA in business, accounting or finance .
Familiarity with Sussex and northern New Jersey counties market
Knowledge and understanding of Credit evaluation, underwriting skills and presenting loans in the $500,000 to $15,000,000 range required.
Must have the ability to analyze complex financial statements, tax returns and perform cash flow analysis.
Must have good Business Development, marketing, interpersonal, and verbal communication skills
Must have proficiency with PCs and its applications including Microsoft Word and Excel.
Must be Bondable

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