County National Bank is always looking for motivated and engergetic individuals to join our team. With 11 locations serving 9 communities in southern Michigan, both full-time and part-time employment opportunities are available. County National Bank appreciates a diverse workforce and is an Equal Opportunity Employer, (EEO Employer/Vet/Disabled).
Teller (Full-time) - Somerset Center
A Teller provides a variety of customer savings, checking and credit account transactions, as well as customer services for cashier’s checks, money orders, etc. May also assist supervisor with various branch procedures, including opening and closing deposit accounts, ATM balancing, and Vault balancing, etc.
High school diploma or equivalent, Previous banking/teller experience a plus, Basic keyboarding and ten-key calculator skills, Basic computer skills, Knowledge of basic accounting principles, Cash handling skills, and Excellent interpersonal and communication skills. Must be able to keyboard information, Identify U.S. and Canadian Currency, and Count and handle currency and coin accurately.
Loan Administration Officer
Loan Administration Officer is responsible for the day to day oversight and administration of the Bank’s loans. Provides overall management of the Bank’s loan administration, underwriting and loan servicing areas. With guidance from President and V.P. - Senior Loan Officer and V.P. - Senior Mortgage Officer, this position develops, implements and monitors loan and credit policies, procedures and practices which strategically support the Bank’s overall plan and goals. Establishes and monitors controls to ensure asset quality and compliance with designated laws and regulations. Provides training, recognition, leadership, and supervision to the departments. Carries out the Bank’s mission and promotes a positive and professional image of the bank at all times.
College degree in business management, accounting or finance, or significant related experience; On-going training of products and services; Responsible for overall direction, coordination, and evaluation of assigned staff. Carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organizations policies and applicable laws; Ability to read, and interpret financial reports, and legal documents; Ability to respond to inquiries or complaints from customers, or members of the business community; Ability to effectively present information to customers and management; Ability to calculate figures and amounts such as discounts, interest, proportions and percentages; Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral or schedule form; Excellent interpersonal skills (tactfulness, cooperation, courteousness and customer friendliness) are necessary to represent the bank in a positive manner; Must have a positive and cooperative approach when working with others; Must be able to cope with pressure resulting from dealing with impatient and sometimes irate customers.
Further information can be obtained from:Diane Clow VP - Director of Human Resouces 517-439-0407
Please use email for inquiries only – do not email your resume prior to speaking with a representative from Human Resources.