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Do you want to work with a progressive, service oriented financial institution? Are you drawn to the rustic beauty and charming culture of Southeastern Idaho? Then Bank of Idaho is the place for you.

Enjoy competitive compensation and benefits such as medical, dental, vision, life and disability insurance, a 401(k) plan, health and dependent care reimbursement accounts, paid holidays, paid personal time off and tuition reimbursement.


Bank of Idaho is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer of Females/Minorities/Vets/Disability


Interested applicants e-mail resume to:

j.ker@bankofidaho.net


Commercial l Agriculture Loan Officer


• As Loan Officer this person is responsible for a commercial loan portfolio of $5 - $12 million.

• Responsible for complex installment loans, simple commercial, agriculture, simple operating lines of credit and personal loans over $50,000.

• Responsible for achieving the portfolio growth objectives as established by the VP/Commercial Banking Manager while adhering to established loan policies and procedures.

• Responsible for effective oversight and management of the portfolio through careful analysis, timely review of customer loan performance, and adherence to bank lending policy and procedure.


COMPETENCIES:


• Is able to explain commercial loan products, complete all documentation and disclosures requirements and close a commercial loan within their lending limits with moderate guidance and direction.

• Is able to collect and analyze applications, tax returns and financial statements required for commercial loans within their lending limits with moderate guidance and direction.

• Understands commercial loan underwriting program and is able to input information into system with moderate guidance and direction.

• Ability to write clearly and concisely.

• Proficient with computer programs that assist with financial analysis and document storage.

• Problem solving

• Interpersonal Savvy

• Integrity and Trust

• Ethics and Values



Loan Documentation Specialist

$27,800- $42,000

Loan documentation specialists are responsible for processing loan applications in compliance with bank policies, meeting investor guidelines and demonstrating lending strategies. They meet with potential customers to assess their needs, collect data, verify documents and ensure the completion of applications. A loan document specialist may specialize in home loans (mortgages), student loans, car loans or small business loans, depending on the place of employment.

Working closely with loan officers, loan document specialists may also obtain credit information, coordinate closings, calculate closing costs and disperse funds. They are responsible for monitoring loan processes, reviewing reports, assisting clients with payments and complying with state and federal regulations. May be required to meet sales goals.

COMPETENCIES:

• Ability to write clearly and concisely.

• Uses computer programs that assist with financial analysis and document storage.

• Problem solving

• Interpersonal Savvy

• Integrity and Trust

• Ethics and Values


PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITIES:


• Produce multiple loan document packages for all loan products that the Bank offers.

• Recognize and discuss loan transactions with lending staff and credit administration

• Produce documents in a timely manner with minimal errors

• Actively identify potential risks, and discuss with management contingency plans

• Keep informed of regulatory compliance developments.

• Maintain effective working relationships through professional communications with personnel and Bank customers.

• Other duties as assigned.


IT Administrator

The IT Network Administrator is responsible for the management and maintenance of both the software and hardware infrastructure of the Bank's computer network system.


COMPETENCIES:

• Ability to write clearly and concisely.

• Problem solving

• Interpersonal Savvy

• Integrity and Trust

• Ethics and Values


PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITIES:

• Install and maintain server operating systems.

• Install and maintain server based multiuser application software.

• Install and maintain switches and routers to expand or reconfigure the network as needed.

• Design networks so that both wiring and internal software connections are consistently named and managed.

• Identify security concerns and provide solutions to keep both the network and individual workstations free of malicious code.

• Maintain a detailed inventory of all equipment used on the network and document the existence of proper licenses for all software.

• Keep enough spare parts on hand that malfunctioning components can be swapped out in a manner that minimizes employee time lost.

• Recommend programs and upgrades and advise management on which new technologies should be implemented on any given network.

• Oversee all connections between a computer network and outside technology such as the internet.

• Other duties as assigned.