Join the team at one of the BEST PLACES TO WORK in the Southcoast! Did you know that St. Anne’s Credit Union has been voted the #1 Credit Union for 4 years in a row? It’s also one of the top 10 largest credit unions in the state of MA!
St.Anne’s Credit Union offers full-time employees a competitive salary commensurate with experience and a comprehensive benefits package including:
Health & dental insurance
Short & long term disability insurance
Paid vacations and holidays
Personal and sick days
Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
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St. Anne’s Credit Union is currently looking to add Mortgage Loan Officers to our successful lending team. The Mortgage Loan Officers will service the areas of Plymouth and Rhode Island.
We offer our mortgage professionals a comprehensive product menu, expansive portfolio lending program and rapid turnaround from a great Operations team, which truly differentiates us from the competition. Click HERE to apply.
At St. Anne’s Credit Union, we offer a comprehensive benefits package, including health and welfare benefits, paid time-off and a 401(k) plan. We believe employees who are valued, recognized, rewarded and empowered, will achieve personal and professional growth.
The Mortgage Loan Officer reports to the Vice President – Residential Lending and is responsible for the proactive origination of residential mortgage loan transactions and accountable for the residential loan file from origination to closing, working closely with the Credit Union’s processing, underwriting and closing teams to ensure the accuracy and completeness of the residential mortgage loan file, in conformance with all of the Credit Union’s policies and procedures, secondary market guidelines and all regulatory requirements. The position is also responsible for promoting the Credit Union in the communities we service and cross-selling other Credit Union products and services.
If you are a Residential Mortgage Loan professional with an established track record of successes in the state of Massachusetts or Rhode Island and would like to join a Credit Union that was voted as “Best Financial Institution” in SouthCoast Media Group’s Best of the Best Awards, please contact us at 508-324-7300 or apply online to take advantage of this terrific professional opportunity.
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FUNCTION: Responsible for controlling and directing the Credit Union’s accounting, budgeting and financial reporting functions. You can click HERE to start the application process.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following:
Manage accounting department to maximize efficiency and productivity, including: making routine employment decisions, reviewing performance, assigning work, providing training and coaching subordinates.
Maintain a strong internal control structure ensuring accounting policies, processes and financial reports are in conformity with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles.
Responsible for month end close process and preparation of monthly internal Asset/Liability Committee and Board reports.
Prepare quarterly allowance for loan loss calculation and analysis and account for the Credit Union’s impaired loans and foreclosed real estate.
Manage the Credit Union’s daily liquidity position and monitor the investment portfolio, wholesale borrowings and collateral requirements.
Prepare annual budget, produce monthly budget variance reports and monitor operating results against budget.
Review quarterly NCUA call report ensuring accuracy, timely submission and conformity with regulatory guidance.
Coordinate the preparation of the quarterly Asset/Liability model by providing assumptions and information to the Credit Union’s third party Asset/Liability advisory firm.
Account and report on the Credit Union’s benefit plans, derivative positions and valuation of mortgage service right portfolio.
Prepare quarterly liquidity projection and stress test and concentration of risk reports.
Provide support to internal and external auditors for various comprehensive audits.
Provide assistance in the production of the annual audited financial statements and support for regulatory examinations.
Monitor and research new accounting developments from authoritative bodies such as the FASB and NCUA and identify any financial impact to the Credit Union.
Provide support, perform certain duties and act as backup to the CFO in his/her absence.
Click HERE to apply.