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).
Trust Investment Officer
The Trust Investment Officer is primarily responsible for Client Investment Portfolio Management. Their sales activity may include providing clients with a detailed financial plan; including retirement, college funding and tax advantage planning. Responsibilities include servicing current client accounts and building relationships to develop new clients.
Successful candidates must have a Bachelor’s degree, preferably in Finance or Business; Certified Financial Planner designation (CFP); investment management background; strong sales initiative to develop and secure relationships with new and existing clients; good organizational skills and detailed-oriented; strong presentation skills; excellent interpersonal skills (tactfulness, cooperation, courteousness and customer friendliness) are necessary to represent the bank in a positive manner; excellent communication skills, both written and verbal; positive and cooperative approach when working with others; strong computer skills with emphasis on using financial planning software, MS Excel and PowerPoint; and general knowledge of Trust Law.
The Mortgage Closer is responsible for processing and evaluating new mortgage applications and preparing documentation for closing process. Adheres to all underwriting guidelines, policies and procedures.
Successful candidates must have a High school diploma or equivalent, Mortgage experience is preferred, Knowledge/Experience in Investor relations is preferred (i.e. Freddie Mac, FHLBI, FHA and Rural Development), Basic keyboarding and ten-key calculator skills, Basic computer skills, Knowledge of basic accounting principles, Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, and the Ability to multi-task while paying attention to details.
Branch Manager - Jackson
The Branch Manager is primarily responsible for managing the branch staff and providing an outstanding service experience to our customers in the areas of new accounts, deposit and lending services, and problem solving. Responsibilities also include the development of deposit and loan relationships and representing the bank in the area of the branch office location in public relations and business calls.
Successful candidates will exemplify excellence in customer service and must have five years of branch management experience and at least two years of college; excellent interpersonal skills; ability to provide overall direction, coordination, and evaluation of assigned staff; ability to maintain confidentiality and handle sensitive information; a positive and cooperative approach when working with others; an understanding of basic accounting procedures; ability to efficiently and accurately keyboard information, both computer and calculator; be proficient in MS Word, Excel and Outlook; and excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Part-time Teller - Somerset Center
A Teller provides excellent customer service with general Teller transactions, cross serving a variety of services and products. Accurate in handling a volume of cash and coin. May backup the new accounts area. This is a part-time position working on average less than 30 hour per week with hours scheduled Monday – Saturday.
Successful candidates will have a 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.
Further information can be obtained from:Diane Clow Vice President Direcrtor of Human Resources 517-439-0407
Please use email for inquiries only – do not email your resume prior to speaking with a representative from Human Resources.