Senior Credit Officer
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POST DATE 8/18/2016
END DATE 11/16/2016
JOB DESCRIPTIONInterested candidates apply to job ID 2016-1669 on our career site.
This position is primarily responsible for managing the Regional Credit Officers and their assigned geographic regions within the FNB footprint. The incumbent plays a major role in setting production goals for Regional Credit Officers and their subordinates, monitors and evaluates progress towards goals and advises recommends and implements corrective actions to ensure achievement of goals and appropriate risk management of Bank assets through rigid adherence to established lending standards. The incumbent also provides feedback on regional credit conditions to the Chief Credit Officer.
Supervises Regional Credit Officers within respective metro regions.
Provides loan underwriting and structuring guidance and support for all lending regions. Reviews underwriting requests for compliance with Bank policy and regulatory requirements.
Provides credit approval for requests within defined lending authority that meet the Bank's underwriting standards and lending objectives.
Supports the Bank's established lending goals while maintaining desired asset quality levels.
Assists with the mentoring, guidance and support of assigned lending team such as credit analysts with difficult credit underwriting issues.
Monitors loan exception items and quality issues for assigned regions and works with lending team to resolve.
Assists lending staff in identifying appropriate risk ratings as well as the review, analysis and integration of acquisition opportunities.
Participates as a member of Special Assets Credit Committee (SACC) for respective regional credits.
Performs other related duties and projects as assigned.
F.N.B. Corporation provides equal employment opportunity to qualified persons
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identity, disability, veteran status, or other category protected by law.