Rocky Mountain Law Enforcement FCU Loan Processor in Lone Tree, Colorado
The Rocky Mountain Law Enforcement Federal Credit Union is looking for a Loan Processor.
Do you like helping others and building relationships?
Do you want to work for an established, strong organization you can grow with?
We are looking for customer service oriented Loan Processor for our Lone Tree branch.If you have the experience,qualifications and passion, RMLEFCU is looking for YOU to join our team!
We have been ranked in the Top40 of over 6,000 credit unions nationwide for our overall financial performance! Come join us!
The Credit Union offers a competitive salary and a comprehensive employee benefits package including 401K and a generous PTO plan.
Rocky Mountain Law Enforcement Federal Credit Union, once known as the Denver Police Federal Credit Union, was established in 1938 and initially served the officers of the Denver Police Department. The Chief of Police was August Henebath, there were 412 officers on the force and the starting annual salary for a patrolman was $1,740. The Credit Union was located in a small office at Police Headquarters and was staffed by one of the members of the Board of Directors. At the end of that year, the Credit Union had 161 members, share deposits of $5,779, outstanding loans of $5,194, and cash in the bank of $634.
Beginning in 1988, the Credit Union expanded the field of membership to include employees of the Aurora Police Department. Numerous other law enforcement agencies were added as requests to serve agencies were made.
In 2002, to better serve law enforcement agencies around the Denver and Metro area, the Credit Union changed its name to Rocky Mountain Law Enforcement Federal Credit Union.
Products and services at RMLEFCU have kept pace with and often exceeded those offered in the financial service market place. Additionally in 2006, the Credit Union was granted a TIP Charter for Protective Services in a 16 metro county area, and later in 2014, the Credit Union was approved to serve members in the State of Colorado.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND BASIC DUTIES:
A Loan Processor is responsible to perform in a manner that demonstrates understanding of all functions related to the objectives of the loan department. This person must provide cross selling and service delivery at the highest level. This position includes interviewing applicants, completing loan applications, calculating debt ratios, obtaining verifications of income, collateral values, and credit reviews. Also includes the accurate inputof member loan/account information on computer system, assures that appropriate records are filed and the required reports are processed. Through knowledge of AML/BSA regulations.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Provides courteous, friendly, timely and professional service to all members in an accurate manner. Processes loan documents to insure all papers are properly in file. Processes CUDC loans and provides follow-up to members to confirm loan terms and to present cross-sell opportunities as appropriate.Identify cross-selling opportunities and cross-sell members. Perform other related duties, including special projects as required or requested.
Training on Credit Union products and policies is provided and consistently ongoing.
One of more years of recent and related work experience and knowledge of lending regulations is preferred.
Provide courteous, friendly, timely and professional service to all members and employees in an accurate manner.
Providinga significant level of trust, diplomacy, privacy, confidentiality is required
Maintains a professional work environment and appearance.
Supports and participates in all internal and external educational opportunities.
Comply with all published directives and expectations in the RMLEFCU Employee Handbook.
Demonstrates effective and diplomatic oral and written communications skills.
Support all corporate goals and objectives.