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We are looking for professional, customer service focused individuals who are interested in a rewarding and challenging work environment.  We currently have several positions available.    We offer competitive pay, excellent benefits and opportunity for advancement.  Please see the position descriptions below for information on how to apply.

Oregon Community Bank & Trust is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Mortgage Loan Officer

Oregon Community Bank & Trust is a $200 million dollar, local independent bank. We have served the Oregon, WI area since 1976, and have grown to be one of the most successful community banks in South Central Wisconsin.

Career Opening: Mortgage Loan Officer

Job Description:
The Mortgage Loan Officer originates residential mortgage loans (FHLMC, FNMA, VA, Rural, WHEDA, Jumbo) to meet sales goals and must manage the overall client relationship in concert with other bank employees. The Mortgage Loan Officer must maintain an active registration status with Nationwide Mortgage Licensing System and Registry.

Qualifications:
Bachelor’s degree or progressive work experience; 2-4 Years of related experience; Proven sales ability; Knowledge of mortgage industry, products, lending practices and regulatory guidelines; A track record of excellent customer service; Self-directed, with ability to plan own activities to achieve sales goals; Strong time management skills; Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written; PC skills, including ability to navigate mortgage origination and automated underwriting systems;

Benefits:
Oregon Community Bank & Trust offers a robust compensation package, including a comprehensive benefits plan and opportunities for career advancement for the right individual.

Proud to be an equal opportunity employer.

To apply, please email a cover letter and a resume to Gerald D. Canon, Vice President of Mortgage Lending at jcanon@oregoncommunitybank.com

 

Senior Credit Analyst

Oregon Community Bank & Trust is seeking to fill the position of Senior Credit Analyst.  Oregon Community Bank & Trust is a community bank, which means we're proud to be part of the communities we serve.

The position is responsible for:

·         Analyze and spread financial statements

·         Perform global cash flow analysis

·         Analyze collateral positions

·         Perform industry and market research

·         Complete Loan Presentations and Credit Memorandums

Additional future opportunities include:

·         Advancement to Credit Administration Officer

·         Participation in Strategic Direction of Organization

 

Candidate preferred qualifications include: a bachelor degree in a business related field, 3-5 years of credit analysis experience, strong organizational skills and attention to detail, and the ability to exercise independent judgment.

 

Applicants seeking a challenging, rewarding position while providing excellent customer service with the community should submit your resume by e-mail to:

Mark Barberino, SVP & CCO

608-835-3168

mbarberino@oregoncommunitybank.com

 

Universal Loan Administrator

Oregon Community Bank & Trust is seeking to fill the position of Universal Loan Administrator.  Oregon Community Bank & Trust is a community bank, which means we're proud to be part of the communities we serve.

The position is responsible for:

·         Payment processing

·         Core system maintenance

·         Documentation management

·         Loan file maintenance

·         Financial Statement management

·         Board Report generation

·         File/Documentation logistics

·         Provide excellent customer support

 

Candidate should have relevant work experience, be a team player and have excellent communication and organizational skills.  Ideal candidate will demonstrate a positive and pleasant attitude, and be willing to assist in other Organization functions as needed.

Applicants seeking a challenging, rewarding position while providing excellent customer service with the community should submit your resume by e-mail to:

Mark Barberino, SVP & CCO

608-835-3168

mbarberino@oregoncommunitybank.com

 

Vice President Business Banking

Oregon Community Bank & Trust is seeking to fill the position of Vice President of Business Banking.  Oregon Community Bank & Trust is a community bank, which means we're proud to be part of the communities we serve.

The position is responsible for:

• Maintaining existing loan portfolio including: management of loan renewals, updating financial documentation, strengthening relationships, and ensuring accurate risk ratings
• Prospecting, development and management of new commercial loan and deposit relationships
• Performing analysis and evaluation of financial information to determine credit worthiness, and loan terms
• Cross-selling Bank products to existing clients and prospects
• Development of strong relationships among centers of influence
• Strategic positioning within community business organizations

Additional opportunities include:

• Participation in Strategic Direction of the Loan Department
• Opportunity for advancement to a Senior Management role

Candidate preferred qualifications include: a bachelor degree in a business related field, 5 years of commercial lending experience, sales experience with excellent calling etiquette skills, strong business development skills demonstrated by proven history of loan production and loan portfolio growth, strong organizational skills and attention to detail, and the ability to exercise independent judgment.  This position will also require thorough understanding of loan policy, structuring, underwriting and documentation requirements, as well as demonstrated risk assessment abilities.

Applicants seeking a challenging, rewarding position while providing excellent customer service should submit resume and cover letter by e-mail to:

Mark Barberino, SVP and Chief Credit Officer
mbarberino@oregoncommunitybank.com

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