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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


Job opportunities available.



PC Tech Support $14.00 -$21.00


Provides support services to internal users of the Banks computer systems and IT network.

COMPETENCIES:

• Problem solving

• Interpersonal Savvy

• Integrity and Trust

• Ethics and Values

PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITIES:

• Problem identification and resolution resource

• Answers questions by phone and in person

• Trouble shoots and follow- up assistant to user

• Tracks and reports recurring problems

• Identify security concerns and reports to IT Manager

• Other duties as assigned.

· Bachelor's degree in Information Systems or 3 years of direct experience




Loan Documentation Specialist

$11.53 -$17.30

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.


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

• Proactively 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.