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Portfolio Management Assistant

Company Name:
ACG Resources/Adams Consulting Group, LLC
PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT ASSISTANT TO SENIOR LENDING OFFICER
COMMUNITY BANK IN BERGEN COUNTY, NEW JERSEY

Fast growing community bank in Bergen County, New Jersey is seeking a Portfolio Management Assistant to work closely with the bank's Senior Lending Officer.
Responsibilities will include accepting consumer loan applications, managing disclosure requirements, preparation of documentation and loan closings. This portion of the position is minimal since the bank is not actively promoting this business, and most activity will be on the commercial side as is articulated below.
On the commercial side, responsibilities will include portfolio management duties including record keeping, preparation of documentation required for compliance with all regulations and monitoring compliance,renewals and other duties associated with managing the commercial loan portfolio, keeping the lending officer apprised of the status of the portfolio, advising of items that may need further attention as well as special projects and providing general assistance.
The position is unique in that in this community bank, the person will have a wide breadth of diverse duties and exceptional exposure to senior management not afforded by larger institutions, providing potential for long term opportunity and upward mobility in a well managed and fast growing community bank.
The position requires two or more years experience in loan administration, credit analysis or loan operations/administration on the consumer side with commercial and business lending a plus. The bank offers a competitive package of compensation and benefits, stability and exceptional opportunity to grow with a growing bank in one of New Jersey's most active business markets, at a time when community banks with highly personalized service and taking more and more of market share



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