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Kansas City -


Kansas City, MO  64105
Full-Time

Summary: The Assistant Banking Center Manager is responsible for running the branch when the branch manager is out of the office. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, managing teller staff, managing sales staff, making sure everyone is updated on compliance, maintaining sales tracking and pipeline, scheduling both teller and sales staff, generating new accounts, and growing loan portfolio for the branch. The objective is to maintain customer satisfaction and to increase the profitability of the branch. This position is assigned to an office with < 1000 dda. Principal Accountabilities: • Managing staff during managers absence • Insure operational soundness of the banking • Staff Scheduling • Compliance Training • Fundamental understanding of sales management • Generate new accounts • Customer service / experience

Qualifications:
  • Minimum Qualifications: • Basic typing skills • Basic telephone skills • Experience with ten-key calculator • Basic knowledge of general office equipment, copier, fax, etc
  • • Basic computer proficiency • Ability to organize work with very little direction • Customer Service experience • Sales / Marketing Aptitude • Strong communication and coaching skills • Problems require analysis based on precedent

Our Assistant Banking Center Manager positions start at $15.00 per hour in their first year depending on branch location and experience. In addition to the hourly rate of pay, Assistant Banking Center managers can earn incentive pay starting the first of the month following 30 days of employment. We actively promote from within providing career advancement and increased earning potential. Equal Opportunity Employer–minorities/females/veterans/individuals with disabilities/sexual orientation/gender identity

Colorado Springs -

Inside Walmart

Colorado Springs, CO  80920
Full-Time

Denver -

Inside Walmart

Denver, CO  80231
Full-Time

Pueblo -

Inside Walmart

Pueblo, CO  81008
Full-Time

Summary: The Assistant Banking Center Manager II is responsible for running the branch when the branch manager is out of the office. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, managing teller staff, managing sales staff, making sure everyone is updated on compliance, maintaining sales tracking and pipeline, scheduling both teller and sales staff, generating new accounts, and growing loan portfolio for the branch. The objective is to maintain customer satisfaction and to increase the profitability of the branch. This position is assigned to an office with 1001 - 2500 dda. Principal Accountabilities: • Managing staff during managers absence • Insure operational soundness of the banking • Staff Scheduling • Compliance Training • Fundamental understanding of sales management • Generate new accounts • Customer service / experience

Qualifications:
  • Minimum Qualifications: • Basic typing skills • Basic telephone skills • Experience with ten-key calculator • Basic knowledge of general office equipment, copier, fax, etc
  • • Basic computer proficiency • Ability to organize work with very little direction • Customer Service experience • Sales / Marketing Aptitude • Strong communication and coaching skills • Problems require analysis based on precedent

Equal Opportunity Employer–minorities/females/veterans/individuals with disabilities/sexual orientation/gender identity

Bonner Springs - 12801 Kansas Ave.

Inside Walmart
12801 Kansas Ave.
Bonner Springs, KS  66012
Full-Time

Olathe - 395 N. K-7 Hwy

Inside Walmart
395 N. K-7 Hwy
Olathe, KS  66061
Full-Time

Summary: The Assistant Banking Center Manager is responsible for running the branch when the branch manager is out of the office. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, managing teller staff, managing sales staff, making sure everyone is updated on compliance, maintaining sales tracking and pipeline, scheduling both teller and sales staff, generating new accounts, and growing loan portfolio for the branch. The objective is to maintain customer satisfaction and to increase the profitability of the branch. This position is assigned to an office with 2500+ dda. Principal Accountabilities: • Managing staff during managers absence • Insure operational soundness of the banking • Staff Scheduling • Compliance Training • Fundamental understanding of sales management • Generate new accounts • Customer service / experience • Regular attendance required, working at the work site during regular business hours and/or assigned hours

Qualifications:
  • Minimum Qualifications: • Basic typing skills • Basic telephone skills • Experience with ten-key calculator • Basic knowledge of general office equipment, copier, fax, etc
  • • Basic computer proficiency • Ability to organize work with very little direction • Customer Service experience • Sales / Marketing Aptitude • Strong communication and coaching skills • Problems require analysis based on precedent

Equal Opportunity Employer–minorities/females/veterans/individuals with disabilities/sexual orientation/gender identity

Kansas City - 8301 N. Church Rd.

Inside Walmart
8301 N. Church Rd.
Kansas City, MO  64158
Full-Time

Primary – Monitor loans within assigned portfolio. Maintain regular communication with borrowers and some third parties providers (e.g., title companies, insurance agents, etc.) in order to ensure the timely receipt of loan monitoring and other loan related documentation. Prepare annual reviews for the loans in the assigned portfolio. When necessary, prepare information and/or approval requests and reports for senior management or the Executive Credit Committee. Conduct annual site inspections for loans within the assigned portfolio. Ensure loan related documentation is timely submitted for downloading to the Bank’s electronic loan files. Secondary – Assist Commercial Bankers and other portfolio managers with (a) the review of new loan requests, (b) the review of modification requests for existing loans, and (c) the preparation of annual or more frequent loan reviews. Assist Commercial Bankers, the CRE Loan Processing Manager, and other portfolio managers with (d) the gathering of missing documentation, (e) the clearing of documentation exceptions, (f) the monitoring of covenant testing, and (g) and the completion of site inspections. Other – Other duties as may be assigned from time-to-time.

Qualifications:
  • Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in finance, accounting, business, or economics required, with an MBA being a plus
  • Must have a good understanding of financial statements and income tax returns
  • The candidate must be able to lift and carry loan files of up to 15 pounds
  • The candidate must be proficient in MS Word and MS Excel
  • Working knowledge of SalesForce or nCino will be considered a plus
  • Abilities Required: The ideal candidate will be goal-oriented, with strong decision making, time management, and organizational skills
  • The candidate needs to be a self-disciplined, self-motivated individual possessing a team spirit
  • Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written, are also required
  • A good working knowledge of commercial loan underwriting will be considered a plus
  • Up to 20% travel time may be required

Equal Opportunity Employer–minorities/females/veterans/individuals with disabilities/sexual orientation/gender identity

Kansas City -


Kansas City, MO  64105
Full-Time

Summary: Responsible for the overall business operations of assigned banking center and provides periodic management support for other banking centers. Banking Center Manager I is responsible for profitable banking center through sales and promotion of bank products to qualified customers, ethical oversight of bank operations adherence to all procedures to minimize losses to the Company, creation of positive environment that provides superior customer experience and associate engagement, and positive leadership of banking center associates in all aspects of banking center operations. Banking Center Manager I is typically assigned to banking center with portfolio of less than 1999 demand deposit accounts and an average of fewer than 2500 monthly transactions. Principal Accountabilities: • Measures and manages sales based on daily / monthly / quarterly / annual budgeted goals • Markets bank products to target customers inside and outside the banking center by contacting potential customers, businesses, and community and civic organizations to promote goodwill and generate new business; explaining appropriate bank products to target audience; interviewing customers to obtain information and explain available financial services; taking loan applications, quoting rates and closing loans with customers; cross selling new products to current bank customers. • Implements all banking center procedures and delegates same, as necessary, to ensure profitable and secure business, including conducting regular audits of teller drawers and vault, completing daily imaging, reviewing and approving select transactions to limit bank’s risk, ensuring accurate and timely completion of all logs, confirming operation of video cameras, and timely changing of locks and security access to limit unauthorized access to banking center and all computer programs. • Ensures customer experience is “fast, easy, and personal” consistent with Company customer service standards. • Ensures banking center premises constitute a safe work environment that promotes positive bank image, including regular inspection for and remediation of any hazardous conditions; regular maintenance and cleaning of premises; adherence to all posting requirements in jurisdiction, including human resources and compliance postings; and provision of comfortable and appropriate space for associates to conduct banking business. • Ensures confidentiality of customer and employee information by practicing all security processes; training, coaching, and monitoring associates with respect to confidentiality policies; and ensuring that all physical security measures are in place and functioning properly, including locks, video cameras, computer access, and key access. • Responsible for knowing, following, and ensuring all banking center associates’ adherence to all bank policies and procedures and applicable state and federal laws. Promotes ethical environment by modeling integrity and requiring ethical behaviors of all associates. • Supervises banking center staff, including interviewing, hiring, coaching, scheduling, counseling, motivating, training, preparing and delivering performance evaluations, preparing and delivering discipline, and terminating, when appropriate. Will typically supervise a staff of approximately five associates. Conducts regular meetings and provides frequent feedback to associates to develop them and provide a career path for all associates whose performance supports promotion. • Performs banking transactions during busy times and/or when branch is understaffed, including assisting customers with all types of banking transactions and approving/declining transactions when manager-level review is required. • Responsible for satisfactory outcome of audits/reviews by Compliance, Internal Audit, Deposit Operations, and other departments or regulatory bodies. • Understands, embodies, communicates and instills corporate initiatives and vision, including the six pillars of success. • Maintains client information in complete confidence. • Completes other specified duties as assigned.

Qualifications:
  • Minimum Qualifications: • Bachelor’s degree preferred • 2+ years banking center experience; experience with DFC banks is preferred
  • 1+ years management/supervisory experience • Sales or networking background preferred; sales and marketing aptitude required • Proven track record of business development skills • Strong written and verbal communication skills • Basic math and counting skills • High emotional intelligence with proven ability to motivate and coach others • Must be able to multi-task and be comfortable with on-the-job training • Proficiency with common computer programs Windows, MS Office, email, etc
  • Thorough understanding of retail banking loan and deposit products • Valid drivers’ license in primary state of residence strongly preferred • Ability to be NMLS licensed and registered

Our Banking Center Manager positions start at $47,500 annually. In addition to their base salary, Banking Center managers can earn incentive pay starting the first of the month following 30 days of employment. Equal Opportunity Employer–minorities/females/veterans/individuals with disabilities/sexual orientation/gender identity

Colorado Springs -

Inside Walmart

Colorado Springs, CO  80920
Full-Time

Denver -

Inside Walmart

Denver, CO  80231
Full-Time

Pueblo -

Inside Walmart

Pueblo, CO  81008
Full-Time

Kansas City - 10824 Parallel Parkway

Inside Walmart
10824 Parallel Parkway
Kansas City, KS  66109
Full-Time

Summary: Responsible for the overall business operations of assigned banking center and provides periodic management support for other banking centers. Banking Center Manager II is responsible for profitable banking center through sales and promotion of bank products to qualified customers, ethical oversight of bank operations, adherence to all procedures to minimize losses to the Company, creation of positive environment that provides superior customer experience and associate engagement, and positive leadership of banking center associates in all aspects of banking center operations. Banking Center Manager II is typically assigned to banking center with portfolio of approximately 2000 – 2999 demand deposit accounts and an average of fewer than 5200 monthly transactions and/or has over two years of banking center management experience. Principal Accountabilities: • Measures and manages sales based on daily / monthly / quarterly / annual budgeted goals • Markets bank products to target customers inside and outside the banking center by contacting potential customers, businesses, and community and civic organizations to promote goodwill and generate new business; explaining appropriate bank products to target audience; interviewing customers to obtain information and explain available financial services; taking loan applications, quoting rates and closing loans with customers; cross selling new products to current bank customers. • Implements all banking center procedures and delegates same, as necessary, to ensure profitable and secure business, including conducting regular audits of teller drawers and vault, completing daily imaging, reviewing and approving select transactions to limit bank’s risk, ensuring accurate and timely completion of all logs, confirming operation of video cameras, and timely changing of locks and security access to limit unauthorized access to banking center and all computer programs. • Ensures customer experience is “fast, easy, and personal” consistent with Company customer service standards. • Ensures banking center premises constitute a safe work environment that promotes positive bank image, including regular inspection for and remediation of any hazardous conditions; regular maintenance and cleaning of premises; adherence to all posting requirements in jurisdiction, including human resources and compliance postings; and provision of comfortable and appropriate space for associates to conduct banking business. • Ensures confidentiality of customer and employee information by practicing all security processes; training, coaching, and monitoring associates with respect to confidentiality policies; and ensuring that all physical security measures are in place and functioning properly, including locks, video cameras, computer access, and key access. • Responsible for knowing, following, and ensuring all banking center associates’ adherence to all bank policies and procedures and applicable state and federal laws. Promotes ethical environment by modeling integrity and requiring ethical behaviors of all associates. • Supervises banking center staff, including interviewing, hiring, coaching, scheduling, counseling, motivating, training, preparing and delivering performance evaluations, preparing and delivering discipline, and terminating, when appropriate. Will typically supervise a staff of at least five associates. Conducts regular meetings and provides frequent feedback to associates to develop them and provide a career path for all associates whose performance supports promotion. • Performs banking transactions during busy times and/or when branch is understaffed, including assisting customers with all types of banking transactions and approving/declining transactions when manager-level review is required. • Responsible for satisfactory outcome of audits/reviews by Compliance, Internal Audit, Deposit Operations, and other departments or regulatory bodies. • Understands, embodies, communicates and instills corporate initiatives and vision, including the six pillars of success. • Maintains client information in complete confidence. • Completes other specified duties as assigned.

Qualifications:
  • Minimum Qualifications: • Bachelor’s degree preferred • 2+ years banking center experience; experience with DFC banks is preferred
  • • 1+ years management/supervisory experience • Sales or networking background preferred; sales and marketing aptitude required • Proven track record of business development skills • Strong written and verbal communication skills • Basic math and counting skills • High emotional intelligence with proven ability to motivate and coach others • Must be able to multi-task and be comfortable with on-the-job training • Proficiency with common computer programs (i
  • e
  • Windows, MS Office, email, etc
  • ) • Thorough understanding of retail banking loan and deposit products • Valid drivers’ license in primary state of residence strongly preferred • Ability to be NMLS licensed and registered

Equal Opportunity Employer–minorities/females/veterans/individuals with disabilities/sexual orientation/gender identity

Lees Summit - 1000 NE Sam Walton Lane

Inside Walmart
1000 NE Sam Walton Lane
Lees Summit, MO  64063
Full-Time

Summary: This position provides phone, chat and email support for a variety of different areas within the bank including branch, customer care center, digital banking, loan operations and accounts payable. The primary responsibilities include ensuring proper deposit account documentation, performing account maintenance and archiving documents. Principal Accountabilities: • Perform account check back to ensure proper account set up and account documentation for deposit accounts including checking, savings, and certificates of deposit. • Scan and index account documentation and other bank records into permanent online storage system. • Perform account maintenance. • Provide general support by answering questions over the phone, chat or via email for branch employees, care center employees and employees from other departments.

Qualifications:
  • Minimum Qualifications: • Ability to work proficiently with software solutions used by the department
  • • Ability to communicate verbally and in written form effectively and professionally
  • • Must be self-motivated, be able to work independently and support the efforts of the other members of the Deposit Operations team
  • • Detail oriented
  • • Ability to adapt easily to change

Equal Opportunity Employer–minorities/females/veterans/individuals with disabilities/sexual orientation/gender identity

Kansas City -


Kansas City, MO  64105
Full-Time

Summary: This is a business development position. At Academy Bank, we are committed to delivering solutions that help our clients achieve financial freedom and peace of mind. All associates are required to conduct themselves in accordance with the Company’s Pillars of Success—People and Culture, Communication and Integration, Risk Management, Commitment to Service, Innovation and Technology, and Make it Simple. All associates are responsible for creating a professional, positive, and inclusive environment. The Business Development Consultant is responsible for assisting with business production of assigned banking center. A successful Business Development Consultant will assist in building a profitable banking center through outside sales and promotion of bank products to qualified clients, by ethical oversight of bank operations, and by fostering a positive environment that provides superior client experience and associate engagement. This is a unique opportunity for a highly motivated, results-orientated sales professional to assist in building the banking center from the ground up. Principal Accountabilities: • Produces sales based on daily / monthly / quarterly / annual budgeted goals. Responsible for generating new business for the banking center based on generating own leads. During the first year, and thereafter as needed, will follow leads generated from targeted marketing campaigns. • Responsible for reaching specified annual goals to be set by the Outside Business Development Manager and Retail Executive. • Responsible for actively connecting with target client groups; and actively participating in local organizations, such as the local Chamber of Commerce. • Spends at least 80% of time engaged in outside sales, marketing bank products to target clients outside the banking center by contacting potential consumers, businesses, and community/civic organizations to promote goodwill and generate new business; explaining appropriate bank products to target audience; interviewing clients to obtain information and explain available financial services; taking loan applications, quoting rates and closing loans with clients; cross selling new products to current bank clients. Expected to engage in a minimum of 3 sales activities daily. Expected to be a subject matter expert in consumer and business deposit accounts, consumer lending, treasury management, and small business lending. • Ensures client experience is “fast, easy, and personal” consistent with Company client service standards. • Accountable for all banking center procedures to ensure profitable and secure business. Will assist with banking center operations such as confirming operation of video cameras and timely changing of locks and security access to limit unauthorized access to banking center and all computer programs. • Responsible for knowing, following, and ensuring all banking center associates’ adherence to all bank policies and procedures and applicable state and federal laws. Promotes ethical environment by modeling integrity and requiring ethical behaviors of all associates. • Understands, embodies, communicates and instills corporate initiatives and vision, including the Six Pillars of Success. • Maintains client information and confidential associate information in complete confidence. • Completes other specified duties as assigned.

Qualifications:
  • Minimum Qualifications: • Bachelor’s degree preferred
  • • 3+ years of outside sales experience required; financial services or technical sales preferred
  • • 2+ years of supervisory experience; experience supervising internal sales staff preferred
  • • Proficiency with Salesforce platform preferred
  • • Proven track record of business development skills
  • • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • • Financial services aptitude
  • Proficiency with common computer programs (i
  • e
  • Windows, MS Office, email, etc
  • )
  • • Understanding of retail banking loan and deposit products preferred
  • • Valid drivers’ license in primary state of residence, valid insurance, and reliable transportation required
  • • Ability to be NMLS licensed and registered
  • Physical Requirements: The position is medium work, exerting up to 35 pounds of force occasionally
  • Associate sits often, including for client meetings and computer work
  • Associate will frequently stand or walk throughout different areas of the banking center and when conducting outside sales activities
  • Standing and walking may be required for sustained periods of time for moving from one work site to another, both inside and outside the banking center, and for conducting banking transactions
  • Frequent travel will be required for outside sales activities
  • Reaching may be required involving extension of arms in any direction
  • Office equipment, such as a computer and telephone will be used, requiring the use of hands and fingers to manipulate a keyboard or keypad
  • Visual ability to read a computer screen or written documents is necessary
  • Speaking ability to express or exchange ideas; impart oral information to clients or to the public; or convey detailed or important spoken instructions by means of the spoken word is required
  • Hearing is necessary to receive detailed information through oral communication

Equal Opportunity Employer–minorities/females/veterans/individuals with disabilities/sexual orientation/gender identity

Kansas City - 1881 Main Street

1881 Main Street
Kansas City, MO  64108
Full-Time

Summary: This is a business development position. The Business Development Manager (“Business Development Manager”) is responsible for the overall business production of assigned banking center. A successful Business Development Manager will build a profitable banking center through outside sales and promotion of bank products to qualified clients by ethical oversight of bank operations, and by fostering a positive environment that provides superior client experience and associate engagement. This is a unique opportunity for a highly motivated, results-oriented sales professional to build a banking center from the ground up. Experience as well as number of accounts, total deposits, and banking center profitability will create the opportunity for career progression. Principal Accountabilities: •Produces, measures, manages and sets strategy for sales based on daily / monthly / quarterly / annual budgeted goals. Responsible for a majority of the new business for the banking center based on generating own leads. During the first year, and thereafter as needed, will follow leads generated from targeted marketing campaigns. •Works closely with marketing and other retail teams in coordinating marketing campaigns and other sales activities; suggests areas of focus and marketing strategies. •Responsible for reaching specified annual goals, including establishing a minimum of 12 COI connections; actively connecting with target client groups; and actively participating in civic leadership program, local Chambers of Commerce, and local high-impact not-for-profit organizations. •Spends at least 80% of time in outside sales, marketing bank products to target clients outside the banking center by contacting potential consumers, businesses, and community/civic organizations to promote goodwill and generate new business; explaining appropriate bank products to target audience; interviewing clients to obtain information and explain available financial services; taking loan applications, quoting rates and closing loans with clients; cross selling new products to current bank clients. Expected to have at least 15 pre-set sales calls and an additional 20 other sales activities per week. •Ensures client experience is “fast, easy, and personal” consistent with Company client service standards. This will be accomplished by modeling, training, and recruiting for correct behavior. • Holds team accountable for banking center procedures to ensure profitable and secure business. Will delegate banking center operations such as confirming operation of video cameras and timely changing of locks and security access to limit unauthorized access to banking center and all computer programs. •Holds team accountable for ensuring banking center premises constitute a safe work environment that promotes positive bank image, including regular inspection for and remediation of any hazardous conditions; regular maintenance and cleaning of premises; adherence to all posting requirements in jurisdiction, including human resources and compliance postings; and provision of comfortable and appropriate space for associates to conduct banking business. •Responsible for knowing, following, and ensuring all banking center associates’ adherence to all bank policies and procedures and applicable state and federal laws. Promotes ethical environment by modeling integrity and requiring ethical behaviors of all associates. •Supervises outside sales representative, including interviewing, hiring, coaching, scheduling, counseling, motivating, training, preparing and delivering performance evaluations, preparing and delivering discipline, and terminating, when appropriate. Will typically supervise a staff of approximately two associates with day-to-day supervision of sales coordinator delegated to sales representative. Conducts regular meetings and provides frequent feedback to associates to develop them and provide a career path for all associates whose performance supports promotion. •Responsible for satisfactory outcome of audits/reviews by Compliance, Internal Audit, Deposit Operations, and other departments or regulatory bodies. •Understands, embodies, communicates and instills corporate initiatives and vision, including the Six Pillars of Success. •Maintains client information and confidential associate information in complete confidence. •Completes other specified duties as assigned.

Qualifications:
  • Minimum Qualifications: •Bachelor’s degree preferred
  • •5+ years of outside sales experience required; financial services or technical sales preferred
  • •2+ years management/supervisory experience; experience supervising sales staff preferred
  • •Proficiency with Salesforce platform preferred
  • •Proven track record of business development skills
  • •Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • •Financial services aptitude
  • •High emotional intelligence with proven ability to motivate and coach others
  • •Proficiency with common computer programs (i
  • e
  • Windows, MS Office, email, etc
  • ) •Understanding of retail banking loan and deposit products preferred
  • •Valid drivers’ license in primary state of residence, valid insurance, and reliable transportation required
  • •Ability to be NMLS licensed and registered

Equal Opportunity Employer–minorities/females/veterans/individuals with disabilities/sexual orientation/gender identity

Kansas City - 1881 Main Street

1881 Main Street
Kansas City, MO  64108
Full-Time

Summary: The Chief Commercial Banking Officer (CCBO) is the Bank’s Commercial Banking business development and sales leader. Primarily responsible for oversight and management of the sales culture with a focus on building new and deepening existing commercial loan, deposit and treasury management client relationships. The CCBO will work closely with the CEO to ensure that calling efforts are in place across all lending areas and production goals are met, within the framework of the Bank’s credit culture. Principal Accountabilities: • Responsible for commercial banking activities including setting goals and strategies for commercial banking prospecting and sales calls, loan production, deposit production, treasury management production, profitability, loan product diversification, concentration management, regulatory compliance, and risk management. • Works with the lending teams across all geographies, develops production goals for all markets and teams to ensure adequate product and geographic diversification and compliance with Bank concentration guidelines. • Establishes a sales calling program utilizing all the functionality of SalesForce platform to ensure consistency and uniformity of prospect and client engagement across entire commercial lending platform. • Integrates SalesForce and nCino into the commercial banking culture. • Works with bankers to develop business through calling programs, pipeline reporting and active engagement with bankers on client calling and market visits. • Establishes new product or industry niches and develops a marketing/sales plan to execute with goals of establishing industry expertise and driving loan and deposit portfolio growth. • CCBO will place current emphasis on development of C&I and owner occupied real estate lending platform in Bank’s core markets. • Oversight and responsibility for production of Commercial Treasury Management sales teams. • Builds out Commercial Banking teams where appropriate and ensures accountability for production, credit quality and portfolio maintenance within lending teams. • Serves as an advocate for Commercial Bankers when appropriate, works with bankers to properly structure deals, including acceptable equity, LTC/LTV, covenants, interest rate and amortization periods. • Participates in community events to ensure Bank’s service to community, to increase the Bank’s visibility and to enhance new and existing business opportunities. • Collaborates with all departments to ensure full integration of commercial banking within the organization. • Understands, embodies, communicates and instills corporate initiatives and vision, including the Company’s core Pillar Values and sets proper tone to ensure an inclusive workplace. • Works with the commercial bankers and Credit Administration to ensure that bankers’ scorecards are consistently above minimum tolerances for past dues, ticklers, asset quality metrics, etc. • Conducts regular meetings and fosters open communication with commercial bankers to keep all commercial teams abreast of progress on goals and activities and provides frequent feedback to associates to develop them and provide a career path for all associates whose performance supports promotion. • Commercial Banking strategic planning for all DFC Banks working in concert with CEO and CFO. Prepare and present loan and business development reports to the Board of Directors as requested. • Regular attendance is required, working at the worksite or at outside sales activities during regular business hours and/or assigned hours. • Serves on Bank committees as appropriate. • Additional duties as assigned by the CEO.

Qualifications:
  • Minimum Qualifications: • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited four-year college or university in business administration, finance or related field required; advanced degree in banking or related field or Masters in Business Administration, preferred
  • • 15+ years in commercial lending required; • 10+ years of management experience
  • • Proven in-depth knowledge of all commercial lending standards and best practices including but not limited to credit expertise, regulatory and compliance related matters
  • • Proven track record of business development skills
  • • Strong written, verbal, presentation, and organization skills
  • • High emotional intelligence with proven ability to motivate and coach others
  • • Effectively and independently solves problems with effective results
  • • 40% travel, with 10-15% being local • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite of products
  • Physical Requirements: The work environment is typical of standard office and banking settings
  • The position is medium work, exerting up to 35 pounds of force occasionally
  • Worker sits approximately 50-60% of the time, including for client meetings, travel, and computer work, but worker will frequently stand or walk throughout different areas of the office and when commuting from one location to another
  • Standing and walking may be required for sustained periods of time for moving from one work site to another both inside and outside the office
  • Frequent driving and flying, for visits to assigned core markets, clients, and prospective clients
  • Reaching may be required involving extending arms in any direction
  • Office equipment, such as a computer and telephone will be used, requiring the use of hands and fingers to manipulate a keyboard or keypad
  • Visual ability to read a computer screen or written documents and to drive is necessary
  • Speaking ability to express or exchange ideas; impart oral information to clients, staff, or to the public; or convey detailed or important spoken instructions by means of the spoken word is required
  • Hearing is necessary to receive detailed information through oral communication

Equal Opportunity Employer minorities/females/veterans/individuals with disabilities/sexual orientation/gender identity

Kansas City -


Kansas City, MO  64105
Full-Time

Summary: The Chief Retail Banking Officer (CRBO) is Academy Bank’s Retail Banking business development and sales leader. The CRBO is responsible for the execution of the Bank’s retail strategy for the entire retail banking organization consisting of a network of over 81 banking center locations in four states. A successful CRBO is enthusiastic about driving growth, delivering excellent client service, strategic in developing and promoting bank products to individuals and businesses, ethical in delivering core deposit and account growth, and passionate about creating an atmosphere that supports engaged Associates. The CRBO reports to the CEO. Principal Accountabilities: • Responsible for strategic direction and achieving sales, operational and financial goals for the retail banking network that includes Retail Banking Centers (“RBCs”) and In-Store Banking Centers (“ISBCs”) in four states. Develop coordination strategy between RBCs and ISBCs and Academy Express locations to maximize market coverage and client service capabilities. • Develops branch sales, operational, and service delivery performance goals and solutions and monitors results to attain objectives for service, profitable growth, and efficiency. • Establishes Bank product sales and service goals and activity, oversees sales management programs and accountabilities. Implements consistent and effective sales management processes across the entire Retail banking footprint that drives results. • Creates and develops an effective small business platform focusing on core deposit opportunities, small business lending ($1MM or less) and Banking Center-delivered treasury management services. • Guides retail product development (including pricing and features) and implementation to provide profitable and competitive service offerings focused on core deposit growth. • Oversee the retail management and staffing of 4-6 new Banking Center locations over the next 12 months. • Formulates and executes RBC branch staff models that include a desired mix of personal bankers and automation technology that promotes new client acquisition and deposit growth. • Management and oversight of the Bank’s marketing and Customer Experience (“CX”) initiatives. • Implements strategies and tactics to maximize retail branch staff productivity – especially during off-peak times during the day/week. • Develops plan to increase client satisfaction scores and deepen client deposit relationships. • Ensures consistency of policies and processes throughout retail network where consistency creates efficiencies or other positive business results, but must recognize where differences in In-store and RBC’s call for divergent approaches. • Committed to personal growth and development of Associates on a daily basis, reviewing goals and working towards personal development, as well as providing development of Banking Center Managers and branch retail teams. • Collaborates with other Bank leaders to drive synergies, review sales pipelines and coordinate priorities and focus areas for branches in the region. • Promotes the sales and service culture through coaching, guidance and staff motivation. • Participates in community events to increase the Bank’s visibility and to enhance new and existing business opportunities. • Serves on Bank committees as appropriate. • Leads change and communication efforts within the retail network to ensure full buy-in and goal execution. • Completes special projects as necessary and requested by the CEO. • Leads by example to ensure client experience is “fast, easy, and personal” consistent with Company client service standards and that all retail outlets provide seamless, consistent client experience. • Understands, embodies, communicates and instills corporate initiatives and vision, including the Company’s core Pillar Values and sets proper tone to ensure an inclusive workplace. • Maintains an in-depth knowledge of all banking center operations including but not limited to technical expertise, security issues, regulatory and compliance related matters. • Responsible for satisfactory outcome of audits and reviews by compliance, internal audit, the OCC and other internal and regulatory bodies. • Directly supervises team of senior associates, including interviewing, hiring, coaching, motivating, evaluating and, where appropriate, disciplining and terminating. • Maintains client confidentiality and associates’ confidence. • Additional duties as assigned.

Qualifications:
  • Minimum Qualifications: • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited four-year college or university in business administration, finance or related field required; advanced degree in banking or related field or Masters in Business Administration, preferred
  • • Effective and independent problem solving on a daily basis
  • • 15+ years in commercial and retail banking required; experience with instore retail banking preferred with ability to demonstrate thorough understanding of retail banking loan and deposit products and operations
  • • 10+ years of management experience
  • • Demonstrated ability to develop and promote bank and banking products and lead efforts to grow core deposits
  • • Proven track record of business development skills, preferred
  • • Strong written, verbal, presentation, and organization skills
  • • High emotional intelligence with proven ability to motivate and coach others
  • • Effectively and independently solves problems with effective results
  • • Up to 35% travel to Colorado and Arizona
  • Remaining travel in Missouri and Kansas
  • • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite of products
  • Physical Requirements: The work environment is typical of standard office and retail banking settings
  • The position is medium work, exerting up to 35 pounds of force occasionally
  • Associate sits often, including for meetings and computer work, but associate will frequently stand or walk throughout different areas of the office and banking centers and when conducting outside management activities
  • Standing and walking may be required for sustained periods of time for moving from one work site to another both inside and outside the office
  • Periodic driving or ability for frequent local and distant outside activities
  • Reaching may be required involving extending arms in any direction
  • Office equipment, such as a computer and telephone will be used, requiring the use of hands and fingers to manipulate a keyboard or keypad
  • Visual ability to read a computer screen or written documents is necessary
  • Speaking ability to express or exchange ideas; impart oral information to clients, staff, or to the public; or convey detailed or important spoken instructions by means of the spoken word is required
  • Hearing is necessary to receive detailed information through oral communication

Equal Opportunity Employer minorities/females/veterans/individuals with disabilities/sexual orientation/gender identity

Kansas City -


Kansas City, MO  64105
Full-Time

Summary: The Commercial Banker I’s primary roll will be to develop new commercial business relationships in the Denver Metro market. The candidate will be responsible for sourcing new business relationships in the Commercial and Industrial segment (C&I lending) with target companies with revenues of $5MM to $50MM along with select Commercial Real Estate opportunities within the market. Cross-sales of bank products including Deposits, Treasury Management, and other bank-based services to support a relationship-based approach. The candidate will be responsible for growing and managing a profitable and sound portfolio of relationships for the Bank. The candidate for this position must have the ability to critically review, analyze, structure, risk rate, negotiate, and document new loans and develop full relationship plans to attract new business to the Bank. Strong credit analysis skills are required. This position involves both the comprehensive management of existing customer relationships, as well as the soliciting of new business opportunities through targeted prospects.

Qualifications:
  • Principal Accountabilities: • Solicit, analyze, structure, risk rate, present for approval, negotiate, and coordinate the documentation of commercial loan requests
  • • Manage pipeline reporting and calling program via use of Salesforce
  • com on his or her relationship or portfolio opportunities
  • • Will be responsible for the growth of a self-sourced portfolio of commercial loans with a portfolio target of $50MM
  • Portfolio responsibilities will include serving as the primary relationship manager for customers within that portfolio with the goals of growing the portfolio, managing a portfolio of sound credit quality, and maintaining all bank objectives including retention, cross-sales, and overall portfolio return
  • • May mentor less experienced loan administrators, commercial lenders, and/or relationship managers
  • • Other miscellaneous duties as assigned by the Director of Commercial Banking - Denver; Chief Lending Officer; or Chief Credit Officer

Equal Opportunity Employer–minorities/females/veterans/individuals with disabilities/sexual orientation/gender identity

Denver - 740 17th Street

740 17th Street
Denver, CO  80202
Full-Time

Summary The Commercial Banker Trainee is part of the Commercial Banker Development Program. The Commercial Banker Trainee will generally possess an undergraduate degree in either the field of accounting, finance, economics, real estate, business administration, or related field. Work experience in commercial banking is not required. Principal Accountabilities: The Commercial Banker Trainee is part of the Commercial Banker Development Program which will provide training in commercial credit, loan review, loan operations, and commercial lending through shadowing a commercial lender. Within the Commercial Credit Department the Commercial Banker Trainee will receive training and then be able to perform the following tasks: • Financial statement spreads. • Financial analysis of commercial loans (both real estate and commercial and industrial). • Prepare well-written financial analysis of loans for presentation to loan officers and/or loan committee. • Complete financial analysis reports that are completed in a quality manner and within service time line expectations. • Compliance with the Mutual Charter Agreement between Credit/Underwriting and Commercial/Special Assets Relationship Management as posted on the Bank’s Intranet. • Effective communicator with lending officers, supervisors, and co-workers to provide for effective follow up on credit reviews. • Other special projects or other tasks as required by supervisor/manager. Within the Loan Review Department the Commercial Banker Trainee will receive on-the-job training and then will be able to perform the following tasks: • Review commercial credits to determine whether any change in risk rating should be made. • Prepare written reports of loan review findings. • Present to Loan Review Department supervisors on the findings during a specific commercial loan review. Within the Loan Officer shadowing process, the Commercial Banker Trainee will be able to perform the following tasks: • Assist the loan officer with creation of the Credit Approval Submission (CAS) document for loan approvals. • Assist the loan officer with borrower contact in obtaining financial information and other required loan documentation. • Conduct property inspections of collateral securing commercial loans. • Participate in loan meetings with borrowers and the Commercial Loan Officer. • Ability to apply skills toward effective financial analysis of borrower’s financial statements, cash flow analysis, and analysis of commercial credit. • The individual will be able to perform credit analysis of non complex credits with the expectation that progress will be made toward more complex credit analysis after fulfilling the minimum job responsibilities. • The individual will be able to apply Bank Credit Underwriting standards to other functions including loan review and loan origination. The expectations will coincide with the Commercial Banker Trainee’s level of experience and after training programs.

Qualifications:
  • Minimum Qualifications: The Commercial Banker Trainee is part of the Commercial Banker Development Program (which is attached to this job description)
  • The Commercial Banker Trainee will generally possess an undergraduate degree in either the field of accounting, finance, economics, real estate, business administration, or related field
  • Work experience in commercial banking is not required
  • Desirable skills include: • Strong ability to make presentations both in writing and orally
  • • Strong analytical skills

Equal Opportunity Employer–minorities/females/veterans/individuals with disabilities/sexual orientation/gender identity

Kansas City -


Kansas City, MO  64105
Full-Time

Summary: Ability to apply skills toward effective financial analysis of borrower’s financial statements, cash flow analysis, and analysis of commercial credit. The individual will be able to perform credit analysis of complex credits. Well-written credit analysis with minimal revisions made by supervisor or department head. Principal Accountabilities: The Credit Analyst III will be able to perform the following tasks: • Financial statement spreads. • Financial analysis of commercial loans (both real estate and commercial and industrial). Commercial credits will be more complex with potential for multiple collateral types, financial statement analysis of multiple guarantors, and industries with limited number of companies. • Prepare financial analysis on unique commercial property types such as special purpose or commercial businesses with limited market share. • Strong understanding of accounting treatments typically found in financial statements of larger commercial credits. • Prepare well written financial analysis of loans for presentation to loan officers and/or loan committee. • Complete financial analysis reports that are completed in a quality manner and within service time line expectations. • Compliance with the Mutual Charter Agreement between Credit/Underwriting and Commercial/Special Assets Relationship Management as posted on the Bank’s Intranet. • Effective communicator with lending officers, supervisors, and co-workers to provide for effective follow up on credit reviews.

Qualifications:
  • Minimum Qualifications: The Credit Analyst III will generally have 5 years or more of experience with financial statement analysis, commercial loan review, accounting financial analysis, or similar work experience
  • The Credit Analyst III will generally possess an undergraduate degree in either the field of accounting, finance, real estate, business administration, or related field
  • The Credit Analyst III will generally have successfully completed financial statement, accounting, or similar coursework in addition to an undergraduate degree
  • The Credit Analyst III will generally have experience in larger size credits in excess of $1million

Equal Opportunity Employer–minorities/females/veterans/individuals with disabilities/sexual orientation/gender identity

Kansas City -


Kansas City, MO  64105
Full-Time

Kansas City -


Kansas City, MO  64105
Full-Time

Kansas City -


Kansas City, MO  64105
Full-Time

Summary: This position is responsible for assisting with the daily operations of the credit card department. Principal Accountabilities: Specific duties include, but are not limited to: • Answering incoming phones calls and responding to written correspondence • Researching outages on General Ledger accounts used by the department • Performing balance transfers per customer requests • Monitoring daily reports including: Foreign transaction report, Activity on accounts blocked report, Over limit report, ACH return items report, Outstanding temporary stolen blocked accounts report • Completing the Daily settlement reports with Fidelity Information Systems • Posting payments and adjustments to the credit cards • Responding to LiveCycle tickets • Checking the mail from customers and branches • Maintaining the credit card logs • Performing maintenance on customer credit card accounts • Researching customer inquiries regarding credit bureau reporting and bankruptcy case notifications • Credit Line Increases (logging and sending to underwriter, increasing limits upon underwriter approval) • Researching Bankruptcy notices and marking accounts as such in FIS • Completing the Fin/CEN reports for the Compliance department • Input new card to FIS for issue to customer

Qualifications:
  • Minimum Qualifications: The requirements listed below are indicative of the skills, knowledge and ability required for success in this position: • Must work well in a fast paced environment • Must be able to multi-task to meet deadlines • Must show strong initiative • Must be able to prioritize workload independently • Possess good organizational skills • Possess a substantial knowledge of guidelines, procedures and regulatory requirements for credit cards • Must possess the interpersonal skills to communicate with customers, vendors and fellow employees in a courteous and professional manner at all times • Must have strong familiarity and working knowledge of MS Excel software • Previous banking experience required • A minimum of a high school diploma

Equal Opportunity Employer–minorities/females/veterans/individuals with disabilities/sexual orientation/gender identity

Kansas City -


Kansas City, MO  64105
Full-Time

Summary: Configure, manage and control the endpoint computing devices in the company via Group Policies, stable and optimal endpoint images, and application deployment software in a manner that optimizes performance and security. Perform software upgrades; test and implement new software; and test, implement, and maintain specialty systems. Provides advanced technical support to first and second tier technical support resources. Principal Accountabilities: • Optimize performance of endpoint computing devices to include desktop computers, laptops, and tablets to create and maintain and standard, secure, an ideal endpoint computing environment. • Develop and maintain security baseline for the corporate endpoint computing devices using industry best practices and standards. • Develop and maintain standard endpoint images as well as process for deployment of images to endpoints using standard endpoint management system. • Maintain application installation packages standards. • Create and deploy application installation packages by utilizing a centralized software distribution solution for the purpose of upgrading software, deploying new software, and patching software on the corporate endpoint devices. • Provide advanced technical support for Service Desk Analysts. • Stay up-to-date with leading technology for the endpoint computing devices in Dickinson Financial and Affiliate Banks and make recommendations suitable for the corporation. • Regular attendance is required, working at the worksite during regular business hours and/or assigned hours.

Qualifications:
  • Minimum Qualifications: • Bachelor Degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Information Technology or related field
  • Advanced technical experience may be substituted for education
  • Computer Science degree a Plus
  • • Must have at least 3-5 years’ experience in a corporate technology department with focus on creating a secure Windows environment using Group Policies, creating and maintaining master images, and software package deployment
  • Utilizing SCCM for these functions is preferred
  • • Excellent diagnostic skills as well as verbal and written communication skills

Equal Opportunity Employer–minorities/females/veterans/individuals with disabilities/sexual orientation/gender identity

Kansas City -


Kansas City, MO  64105
Full-Time

Summary: The purpose of the HR Generalist position is to support managers and associates throughout the employment life cycle with the goal of promoting the DFC corporate culture and achieving the department vision of becoming the “Go To” employer. Primary responsibilities include coordination or recruitment and selection (assisting when necessary), onboarding, associate relations, general support of payroll and benefit inquiries, and regulatory compliance relative to employment, training, working environment, benefits and pay practices. Principal Accountabilities: • Serves as first point of contact in the employment lifecycle by providing consultation or support in the area of staffing, screening and interviewing new team members. • Participates in the new associate orientation process and monitors new associate onboarding • Gathers data regarding the associate experience at various points in the associate career life cycle. Make recommendations to ensure continuous improvement of the associate experience. • Partners with employees and management to communicate various human resource policies, procedures, laws, standards and other government regulations. Liaise in the resolution of various payroll, benefits or other employment-related issues. • Conducts regular meetings with respective business units. • Consults with line management, providing HR guidance when appropriate. Support management efforts to build a high performing workforce both in execution of job duties and coworker interactions by facilitating activities that enhance collaboration and successful performance. Support PIPs and coaching plans. Identify turnover risks, such as voluntary resignations and poor performance. Identify high performing associates and assist with development plans • Coordinate with the various HR Centers of Excellence, where appropriate, to provide expert level service in response to various associate needs. Analyzes trends and metrics in partnership with the HR group to develop solutions, programs and policies. • Manages and resolves common employee relations issues. • Facilitates training to the workforce and to managers on HR subject matters. • Maintains and coordinates employee recognition programs. • Conduct exit interviews and facilitate the exit processes to include responses to unemployment claims, participation in unemployment hearings, etc. Make recommendations for continuous improvement of the associate experience. • Embraces diversity, equal opportunity, and strives for fair and consistent HR practices while balancing the needs of the business. Maintains in-depth knowledge of legal requirements related to day-to-day management of employees, reducing legal risks and ensuring regulatory compliance.

Qualifications:
  • Competencies • Business Acumen • Communication • Consultation • Critical Evaluation • Ethical Practice • Global & Cultural Awareness • HR Expertise • Relationship Management Required Education and Experience • At least 5 years of progressive HR experience in roles that involve problem solving, judgment and decision making, employment law and consultation skills
  • • Must have proven knowledge of state/multi-state and federal laws and regulations as they apply to employment • Willing to travel within geographic area assigned; estimated travel of 5% • Must possess strong written, interpersonal and verbal communication, time management, organization skills, and human relations skills • The ability to provide a superior HR service experience to internal clients by consistently demonstrating a “can do” attitude • Ability to partner with senior leaders and professionals to understand needs and deliver solutions that meet or exceed expectations • Strong knowledge of MS Excel and Word Preferred Knowledge and Skills: • Bachelor's degree in human resource management or a related field or equivalent education, training and experience • PHR or SHRM-CP certification

Equal Opportunity Employer–minorities/females/veterans/individuals with disabilities/sexual orientation/gender identity

Denver - 9600 East Hampden Ave.

9600 East Hampden Ave.
Denver, CO  80231
Full-Time

Hiring Event - Personal Bankers/Assistant Managers and Banking Center Managers Now Hiring!!!! Are you looking for a career opportunity? If so, join us for our open hiring event. Tuesday, September 18, 2018 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. 2835 BRIARGATE BLVD, COLORADO SPRINGS, CO 80920 Register at www.academybank.com/careers for your scheduled interview time.

Academy Bank is an Equal Opportunity Employer minorities/females/veterans/individuals with disabilities/sexual orientation/gender identity/gender expression

Colorado Springs -

Inside Walmart

Colorado Springs, CO  80920
Full-Time

Hiring Event- Personal Bankers/Assistant Managers and Banking Center Managers Now Hiring!!!! Are you looking for a career opportunity? If so, join us for our open hiring event. Wednesday, September 19 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Springhill Suites 150 S Santa Fe Ave, Pueblo Co 81003 Register at www.academybank.com/careers for your scheduled interview time.

Academy Bank is an Equal Opportunity Employer minorities/females/veterans/individuals with disabilities/sexual orientation/gender identity/gender expression

Pueblo -

Inside Walmart

Pueblo, CO  81008
Full-Time

Summary: The IRA Administrator is responsible for providing daily support to internal and external customers regarding any IRA related issue/question, and responsible for reviewing accounts for proper setup and processing any exceptions. The IRA administrator is also responsible for ensuring proper tax reporting and reviewing year-end tax statements for accuracy. Principal Accountabilities: • Provide assistance to internal and external customers regarding IRA questions. • Process daily IRA work and review accounts for proper setup. • Prepare end of year tax corrections. • Monitor IRA account distribution requirements. • Prepare adjustments to IRA accounts as necessary.

Qualifications:
  • Minimum Qualifications: • Ability to work proficiently with software solutions used by the department
  • • Ability to communicate verbally and in written form effectively and professionally
  • • Must be self-motivated, be able to work independently and support the efforts of the other members of the Deposit Operations team
  • • Detail oriented
  • • Ability to adapt easily to change
  • • High School Diploma or equivalent
  • • A minimum of 3 to 5 years IRA experience, preferably in a financial institutions operations department
  • • Prefer candidates that have completed formal IRA training or certification

Equal Opportunity Employer minorities/females/veterans/individuals with disabilities/sexual orientation/gender identity

Kansas City -


Kansas City, MO  64105
Full-Time

Summary: The Information Security Officer (ISO) leads and manages the company’s information security, incident response, disaster recovery/business continuity, IT risk management, vendor management, and IT governance areas. Person will establish and maintain a corporate-wide information security management program to ensure information assets are adequately protected. Candidate will identify, evaluate, and report on information security risks in a manner that meets compliance and regulatory requirements, and aligns with and supports DFC’s risk posture. The ISO will development and implement policies, standards, procedures and controls to ensure that the organization's practices remain observant to all pertinent laws, regulations, and industry standards. Must have ability to communicate audit, exam, and assessment issues with executive management, IT and business unit leadership, regulatory agencies, and audit firms. Principal Accountabilities: Information Security Officer: • Develop, implement and monitor a strategic, comprehensive enterprise information security and IT risk management program to ensure the integrity, confidentiality, and availability of information that is owned, controlled, processed, or is otherwise the responsibility of DFC and its affiliates. • Oversee information security and customer privacy program that includes management of risk assessments, service provider relationships, and incident response. Define and facilitate the information security and customer privacy risk assessment process, including the reporting and oversight of action plans to address findings. • Develop, maintain, and publish up-to-date information security policies, standards, and guidelines. Oversee the approval, training, and dissemination of security policies and practices. • Develop the long-term security strategic plan. • Establish methods and procedures to monitor for security incidents and events. • Develop, train, test, and refine an incident response plan for security incidents. • Manage security incidents and events to protect confidential information, corporate IT assets, intellectual property, and the reputation of our banks. • Ensure all security incidents are fully investigated and reported to executive management. • Recommend improved security controls, processes, and systems to prevent unauthorized access, use of, or changes to systems or data; and to ensure the privacy and confidentiality of information. • Submit reports to executive management and the Board of Directors relating to DFC’s (1) customer information and privacy program including the annual security program, annual security report, and related risk assessments; and (2) business continuity planning program. • Maintain, publish, and enforce IT security standards for IT and the entire company. • Design, coordinate, and oversee the conduct of risk assessments, vulnerability scanning, and penetration testing to protect the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of bank computer systems and networks. This includes conducting an IT Operations Risk Assessment and contributing to the enterprise risk assessment. • Create, communicate, and implement a risk-based process for vendor risk management, including the assessment and mitigation of risks that may result from partners, vendors, and other service providers. • Coordinate audit-related tasks such as ensuring the readiness of IT managers and their organizations for audit testing, and facilitate the timely resolution of audit and exam findings. • Create and adhere to the information security corporate budget. • Prepare security and risk management training material and present to all levels of personnel. • Coordinate security awareness program. • Manage the Security Information and Event Manager (SIEM) solution. • Manage the Vulnerability Scanning environment. • Assess, monitor, and provide recommendations on established security configurations of applications, systems, and network infrastructure. • Facilitate the development, review, and refinement of IT policies, guidelines, and standards; and conduct an annual review of policies with the Board of Directors and IT Steering Committee as appropriate. • Maintain, publish and enforce purchasing and asset management standards for the department, Dickinson Financial and affiliate banks. • Develop, maintain, and oversee the effective disaster recovery planning, policies, and standards to align with enterprise business continuity management program goals. Oversee and coordinate the development of implementation plans and procedures to ensure that business-critical services are recovered in the event of a disaster or security event. Provide direction, support, and internal consulting in these areas. • Regular attendance is required, working at the worksite during regular business hours and/or assigned hours. Relationships: • Member of the IT Steering Committee, Enterprise Risk Management Committee, and Business Continuity Planning Committee. • Serve as Chairman of the Information Risk Management Committee • Serve as IT Security Officer and Business Continuity Officer. • Server as HIPPA Security Officer

Qualifications:
  • Minimum Qualifications: • Bachelor of Science in a related field, with a combination of 10 years’ experience in the following areas: • Information Technology (IT) • IT security • IT risk management • IT governance • Auditing • Business continuity planning • A minimum of one security related professional certification is required (CISM, CRISC, CISSP) • Must possess excellent analytical, mathematical, and creative problem-solving skills
  • • Requires strong written and oral communications skills; communicate in terms to both technical and business associates • Knowledge and understanding or relevant legal and regulatory guidance from the FFIEC, PCI requirements, and common IT and information security management frameworks such as ISO 27001, ITIL, COBIT, and NIST
  • • Experience with technology contracts and formal vendor management
  • • Requires strong listening and interpersonal skills

Equal Opportunity Employer minorities/females/veterans/individuals with disabilities/sexual orientation/gender identity

Kansas City -


Kansas City, MO  64105
Full-Time

Summary: The Loan Review Analyst III will perform reviews of bank's commercial loans to ensure compliance with established policies and standards. Principal Accountabilities: The Loan Review Analyst III will be able to perform the following tasks: • Performs reviews of bank's commercial loans to ensure compliance with established policies and standards with limited oversight. • Reviews complex loans with minimal supervision. • Analyze credit data and financial statements of individuals or firms to determine the degree of risk involved and the appropriate risk rating. • Generate financial ratios to evaluate customer’s financial status. • Prepares reports summarizing analysis and conclusions. • Presents results to senior management when assigned. • Review files for appropriate documentation. • Performs other reviews as assigned. • Responds to questions from loan officers and management. • May provide functional and technical direction to other staff members. • Assists to ensure department is meeting goals including meeting ongoing reporting deadlines. • Leads training and development on special projects and initiatives. • Mentor to Loan Review Analyst I and II. • Assists management in monitoring processes and work flow. Recommends changes for process improvement to increase efficiency. • Based upon review findings, assists in developing recommendations for improvement to the Board and Senior management. • In the absence of Loan Review Manager may act as Supervisor. • May serve as team leader for assigned projects. • Regular attendance required, working at the work site during regular business hours and/or assigned hours

Qualifications:
  • Minimum Qualifications: The Loan Review Analyst III will perform reviews of bank's commercial loans to ensure compliance with established policies and standards
  • Has extensive knowledge of commonly used concepts, practices, and procedures within lending and credit analysis
  • The Loan Review Analyst III will generally have five or more years of experience with loan review, credit analysis or similar work experience
  • The Loan Review Analyst III will generally possess an undergraduate degree in either the field of accounting, finance, business administration, or related field
  • Relies on extensive experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals
  • Performs a variety of assigned tasks with limited oversight
  • A wide degree of creativity and latitude is expected
  • Typically reports to a manager or head of a unit/department
  • • Five or more years loan review experience
  • • Banking and financial analysis experience
  • • Strong working knowledge of Excel and Access
  • • Excellent written and verbal communication skills and the ability to summarize and present complex financial data in an organized, concise manner
  • • Must be able to work independently and have the ability to interact with coworkers, management, auditors and regulators

Equal Opportunity Employer minorities/females/veterans/individuals with disabilities/sexual orientation/gender identity

Kansas City -


Kansas City, MO  64105
Full-Time

Summary: The Management Trainee program is designed to give hands on training involving the operations, policies, and procedures of a banking center. This is done to give the trainee enough training and confidence to become banking center manager while knowing whom to contact to solve problems that are unfamiliar. The overall objective of the program is to produce highly trained individuals to effectively run a banking center. Principal Accountabilities: • Utilize various computer programs to efficiently operate a banking center. • Assist sales associates with questions regarding branch operations, client relations, policies and procedures • Generate sales in multiple areas including mortgages, lines of credit, certificates of deposit, checking accounts, savings accounts, and business banking needs. • Assist clients of possible financial products that fit their banking needs. • Communicate with personnel about customer situations and other issues. • Discuss unfamiliar situations with personnel outside the banking center to efficiently solve problems. • Develop signs and public announcements to better market our products and services.

Qualifications:
  • Minimum Qualifications: • Typing skills – 35 WPM • Experience with Ten-key calculator • General knowledge of basic office equipment, copier, fax, etc
  • • Basic computer proficiency • Experience with Microsoft Word, Excel, Internet, Novell, various banking programs • Will assign/review work daily • Will instruct/train new employees daily • Will lead projects daily • Will lead work group daily • Will supervise exempt and non exempt employees • Sales and marketing aptitude • Will receive light direction (requires only general instructions to begin assigned duties and work is reviewed after completion) • Will have access to confidential employee and customer accounts • Duties are of a complex nature, requiring judgment, for which there are no precedents • Good decision making skills • Sound professional judgment • Good supervisory / coaching skills • Procedures are established, but conditions change; initiative must be exercised to overcome minor obstacles

Equal Opportunity Employer–minorities/females/veterans/individuals with disabilities/sexual orientation/gender identity

Englewood - 601 Englewood Parkway

Inside Walmart
601 Englewood Parkway
Englewood, CO  80110
Full-Time

Olathe - 13600 S. Alden

Inside Walmart
13600 S. Alden
Olathe, KS  66062
Full-Time

Dickinson Financial Corporation, is expanding in Colorado Springs and Denver area. We currently have over 50 locations in Colorado. We are looking for experienced Mortgage Bankers with a history of originating home purchase loans. We offer a very competitive compensation package and niche Portfolio Products including Professionals/Physicians loan programs. If you are interested in learning more, I can send you a packet of information about the Bank, benefits package, commission structure and products. Please feel free to email at dfarmer@dfckc.com or call me at 816-412-6031. Summary: You will be able to sell direct to customers and solicit customers indirectly through third parties such as realtors, builders, and developers. You will continually identify, develop and maintain proactive and exceptional service-based relationships with retail branches and other clients that can serve as a recurring source of referrals for new mortgage lending opportunities. You will be responsible to develop mortgage lead sources, respond timely to customer inquiries and Bank referrals, analyze borrowers financial and credit data, determine customer financing objectives, advise borrowers of product/pricing policies and guidelines, submit complete applications, help processing team to proactively gather required documentation, and ensure loans are closed within 30 days. Principal Accountabilities: • Originate loans based on outside sales activity. • Meet minimum funding requirement starting the third full month of employment. • Supervise Mortgage Loan Assistant, if one is assigned to you. • Maintain high-quality, compliant loan files for loans you originate.

Qualifications:
  • Qualifications: Our ideal candidate must be able to build exceptional relationships with customers and referral sources
  • The candidate must exhibit strong product knowledge and employ a high-touch, consultative sales approach when providing recommendations to customers based on financial analysis and the customer's financial needs, goals and circumstances
  • Candidate must have the ability to meet minimum funding requirements starting the third full month of employment
  • Must maintain all required licenses and registration, including NMLS registration
  • Additional requirements include: Required Skills: Three plus years of recent mortgage sales experience Proven track record of successfully working with multiple referral sources Exceptional communication skills Knowledge of conventional and government lending guidelines Knowledge of processing, underwriting, and closing procedures Knowledge of federal lending regulations governing real estate lending Ability to manage a pipeline of 15 plus loans Exceptional organizational skills along with the ability to multi-task Exceptional working knowledge of VA, FHA, and HUD guidelines Preferred Skills: Demonstrated experience of closing minimum $500,000 in loans per month Experience working in a Bank mortgage environment or similar relationships Proven track record of successfully working remotely with little supervision Working knowledge of Encompass 360 is a plus Ability to analyze and comprehend complex financial data and provide financial alternatives Highly professional

Equal Opportunity Employer–minorities/females/veterans/individuals with disabilities/sexual orientation/gender identity

Englewood - 10303 E Dry Creek Road

10303 E Dry Creek Road
Englewood, CO  80112
Full-Time

Overland Park - 10000 College Blvd

10000 College Blvd
Overland Park, KS  66210
Full-Time

Summary: Mortgage Loan Assistant serves as a liaison between prospective/existing clients and internal processing, closing and underwriting departments as a Bank representative for the Mortgage Banker on all mortgage related inquiries. Manages client documentation and resolves inquiries and documentation needs to complete client file for mortgage re-finances and purchases. Gathers background information as required. Partners with others to gain approval for loan applications based on analysis and company mortgage policies. Works with mortgage support staff to ensure timely response to client inquiries, and ensures a standard of service excellence. Mortgage Loan Assistant maintains the minimum levels of file quality and customer service set by Bank management. Position does not supervise others. Principal Accountabilities: • Serve as main point of contact for incoming client inquiries as support for a Mortgage Banker. • Partners with internal processing, closing and underwriting departments to manage all requests and needs to fulfill the loan origination process. These responsibilities include but are not limited to; submit complete applications, pull credit reports, verify debts, produce/send early disclosures, and estimate monthly payments for any outstanding debts not listed and add them to debts on application. • Meet with loan applicants and assist clients with the loan application process. • Work with clients and closing department to set loan closings. • Prepare loan documentation for underwriting and processing, ensuring it is complete and accurate. • Ensure that each loan is processed accurately. • Abide by all applicable Bank Residential Mortgage policies, procedures and regulations. • Communicate current loan status to clients and authorized third parties. • Have access to transportation on demand to be able to travel to client and vendor appointments out of office as needed.

Qualifications:
  • Minimum Qualifications: • 2 years recent residential lending experience required
  • • Knowledge of the mortgage loan application and fulfillment process
  • • Knowledge of agency/investor guidelines and approval processes
  • • Experience working in a face to face customer service/sales environment
  • • Must be detailed oriented
  • • Able to prioritize and manage time effectively
  • • Must have excellent customer service skills
  • • Sound PC computing skills, including MS-Office and loan origination software
  • • This position may require S
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  • All employees who will be engaged in residential mortgage originations must register with the federal registry system and maintain a status in good standing under the SAFE act requirements

Equal Opportunity Employer–minorities/females/veterans/individuals with disabilities/sexual orientation/gender identity

Englewood - 10303 E Dry Creek Road

10303 E Dry Creek Road
Englewood, CO  80112
Full-Time

Overland Park - 10000 College Blvd

10000 College Blvd
Overland Park, KS  66210
Full-Time

Summary: This position is responsible for residential mortgage loan closing document preparation and coordination with National Title Companies or escrow agents to closing the Bank’s loan with the customer. This position is also responsible for the funding, balancing, and booking of the loan and delivery to the investor. Principal Accountabilities: • Performs a review of the file with the Mortgage Loan Processor to provide a seamless coordination into the closing process. • Prepare and transmit loan documentation to the title company for customer disclosure and execution. • Work closely with title companies to ensure closings are smooth and easy. • Complete/review incoming HUD-I documents for compliance with program guidelines. • Initiate wires to the title companies for disbursement of the loans. • Ensure title companies adhere to closing policies and procedures. • Prepare file to be delivered to the investor. • Handle and resolve post-closing issues to include assisting in balancing and closing out the LIP account. • To assist other department and fellow team members with their workloads to ensure a smooth production flow for loan applications, closings and deliveries.

Qualifications:
  • Minimum Qualifications: The requirements listed below are indicative of the skills, knowledge and ability required for success in this position: • Must work well in a fast paced environment
  • • Must be able to multi-task
  • • Must show strong initiative
  • • Possess good organizational skills
  • • Possess a substantial knowledge of guidelines, procedures and regulatory requirements for all types of loans offered by the Bank
  • • Possess the ability to use mortgage loan systems and software necessary to perform the duties
  • • Must possess the interpersonal skills to communicate with customers, vendors and fellow employees in a courteous and professional manner at all times
  • • A minimum of a high school education, and one-year experience in the processing or closing of mortgage loan applications is necessary
  • Prior use and exposure to standard loan operating systems (LOS) and automated underwriting systems (AUS) a plus
  • • This position may require S
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  • F
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  • registration
  • All employees who will be engaged in residential mortgage originations must register with the federal registry system and maintain a status in good standing under the SAFE act requirements

Equal Opportunity Employer–minorities/females/veterans/individuals with disabilities/sexual orientation/gender identity

Overland Park - 10000 College Blvd

10000 College Blvd
Overland Park, KS  66210
Full-Time

Summary: The Mortgage Loan Processor II is expected to process residential mortgage loans in adherence to product, investor and agency guidelines, follow applicable laws and regulations, as well as company standards. Act as a liaison between loan officers, customers and various departments throughout the company. Principal Accountabilities: Primary responsibilities include but are not limited to: • Process loan applications within designated time frames and update the loan origination system (LOS) daily to ensure accuracy of reporting and loan status. • Gather necessary documents to process loans and perform an initial review to determine likelihood of approval by analyzing credit, capacity and collateral to investor guidelines. • Be proactive in contacting the necessary parties to obtain all needed information to ensure commitment and closing dates are met. • Review residential loan documentation regarding borrower employment, assets and liabilities to verify completeness, accuracy, and compliance. • Request appraisals, payoffs, inspections, mortgage insurance and other items through the appropriate vendors. • Submit, review and/or analyze automated underwriting findings and documentation provided by borrowers. • Accountable for delivering a complete file to underwriting and closing by ensuring all conditions are cleared in a timely manner. • Assist fellow team members, Loan Officers, Underwriters and Closers to ensure a smooth production flow of loans to our investors. • Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications:
  • Minimum Qualifications: The requirements below are indicative of the skills, knowledge and ability for success in this position
  • • Must work well in a fast paced environment and be able to adapt to change
  • • Show initiative, multi-task and possess good organizational skills
  • • Possess interpersonal skills to communicate with customers, vendors, and fellow employees in a professional manner at all times
  • • Knowledge of guidelines and procedures for FHA, VA and Conventional loan products
  • • Experience with the loan originations system, Encompass, is a plus
  • • A minimum of a high school education and five years’ experience as a mortgage loan processor
  • This position may require S
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  • F
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  • registration
  • All employees who will be engaged in residential mortgage originations must register with the federal registry system and maintain a status in good standing under the SAFE act requirements

Equal Opportunity Employer–minorities/females/veterans/individuals with disabilities/sexual orientation/gender identity

Overland Park - 10000 College Blvd

10000 College Blvd
Overland Park, KS  66210
Full-Time

Summary: The Mortgage Marketing assistant is responsible for providing essential administrative support for the sales staff. The Mortgage Marketing assistant is the primary contact for customer service, managing calendars, realtor events and luncheons and support operations for ad hoc projects. Other administrative functions assigned as needed. Principal Accountabilities: • Review and send out daily hot lists using the Mortgage Department Customer Retention Tool • Send out thank you cards and create mailing lists for Sales Staff • Help develop event promotions • Coordinates and attends all Mortgage hosted events, representing the Bank in a positive and professional manager. • Oversees and executes budget-approved annual donations and responds to donation requests • Writes and publishes the monthly department newsletter • Create and distribute approved marketing communications • Work within the Banks marketing guides and approval processes • Other duties as assigned

Qualifications:
  • Minimum Qualifications: • Excellent verbal and written communication skills • Solid PC skills with spreadsheet and word processing software, including ability to function proficiently in a Microsoft Office environment (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) • Collaborative team player with ability to adjust to frequent changing priorities Preferred Qualifications: • Mortgage Knowledge 1-5 years’ experience in the market • Marketing Degree • Experience with Social Media marketing campaigns

Equal Opportunity Employer–minorities/females/veterans/individuals with disabilities/sexual orientation/gender identity

Overland Park - 10000 College Blvd

10000 College Blvd
Overland Park, KS  66210
Part-Time

Summary: Personal Bankers are front-line associates who deliver solutions that help our customers achieve financial freedom and peace of mind. Personal Bankers achieve this vision by building professional relationships with customers and potential customers to understand their financial needs and to deliver valuable products and services to meet those needs. Successful Personal Bankers are enthusiastic about delivering excellent customer service, understanding and promoting bank products to individuals and companies, conducting accurate banking transactions in a fast-paced environment, and working with a team to achieve individual and group goals. Many of our company leaders started out as Personal Bankers, and we continue to provide excellent opportunities to those interested in a career in banking. Principal Accountabilities: •Delivers Fast, Easy, and Personal customer service consistent with company’s standards with each customer and associate interaction. •Sells consumer/small business banking products and services to clients and prospects using direct sales techniques in and around the assigned banking center, that include handing out product brochures, engaging potential customers in conversations about banking needs, and speaking with knowledge and positivity about the bank’s products. •Achieves specific sales goals on a daily, monthly, quarterly and annual basis. •Develops and maintains relationships with business partners to maximize sales opportunities and achieve sales standards. Provides a broad base of financial services with the goal of earning 100% of the client’s business. •Performs banking transactions for customers, including cash transactions, cashing checks, assisting with deposits and withdrawals, issuing cashier’s checks and money orders, assisting with wire transfers, opening checking and savings accounts, and assisting customers with obtaining other bank products, including credit cards and loans. •Assists customers with other banking services, including giving balances, answering questions about accounts, taking and resolving complaints, and assisting with on-line banking transactions and questions and assists customers in taking advantage of self-service options for these services. •Ethically conducts operational tasks related to protecting customer and bank assets and related to regulatory compliance, including properly documenting account opening, accounting for cash and negotiable instruments under dual control, completing logs and other records to document proper procedures, obtaining and ensuring the accuracy of all regulatory and procedural documentation. •Protects all customer information and bank trade secrets and business records as confidential, and follows all company policies for communication with clients, vendors and associates. •Maintains current knowledge and consistent compliance with regulations and bank policies and procedures related to the position, including but not limited to Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) and Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) requirements; Employee Handbook policies; and Operations, Audit, and Security policies, through regular and thorough training. •Ad hoc duties as assigned

Qualifications:
  • Educational Knowledge and/or Professional Experience: Required: This position requires the following educational and/or job experience: High school diploma or equivalent; Associate’s degree or higher preferred
  • Personal Banker experience preferred
  • Two to three years of other job experience; minimum of 1 year of sales experience preferred; minimum 1 year of cash handling experience preferred Strong sales skills
  • Strong customer service skills; responsive to customer issues and concerns and able to resolve customer problems effectively
  • Strong attention to detail and ability to complete work accurately
  • Lead by example in all areas including sales, referrals, customer experience, and daily banking center operations
  • Above average ability to think logically in order to analyze situations, resolve problems, and make sound decisions
  • Ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously
  • Proficient at working with multiple computer and software systems
  • Ability to calculate figures and amounts such as cash back and percentages
  • Work Environment: The following is intended to give an overview of the work environment of the position, but is not an exhaustive list
  • • Work hours may vary based on the Banking Center hours of operation
  • • Must be able to work at a rapid pace for long periods of time • Must be able to work overtime to the extent necessary and only after approval Physical Requirements: The work environment is typical of standard office and retail banking settings
  • The position is medium work, exerting up to 35 pounds of force occasionally, and worker stands most of the time, including for processing customer transactions and direct marketing activities, but position requires some sitting, including for meetings and computer work
  • Associate will frequently stand or walk throughout different areas of banking center and when conducting outside sales act ivies
  • Standing and walking may be required for sustained periods of time for moving from one work site to another both inside and outside the banking center and for conducting banking transactions
  • Periodic driving for outside sales activities and training
  • Reaching may be required involving extending arms in any direction
  • Office equipment, such as a computer and telephone will be used, requiring the use of hands and fingers to manipulate a keyboard or keypad
  • Visual ability to read a computer screen or written documents is necessary
  • Speaking ability to express or exchange ideas; impart oral information to customers, coworkers, or to the public; or convey detailed or important spoken instructions by means of the spoken word is required
  • Hearing is necessary to receive detailed information through oral communication

Our Personal Banker positions start at $11.50 per hour with the opportunity to earn $11.75-$12.50 per hour after one year of service depending on performance. In addition to the hourly rate of pay, Personal Bankers can earn incentive pay starting the first of the month following 30 days of employment. We actively promote from within, providing career advancement and increased earning potential. Equal Opportunity Employer–minorities/females/veterans/individuals with disabilities/sexual orientation/gender identity

Phoenix - 1607 W. Bethany Home Rd.

Inside Walmart
1607 W. Bethany Home Rd.
Phoenix, AZ  85015
Full-Time

Colorado Springs - 1575 Space Center Dr.

Inside Walmart
1575 Space Center Dr.
Colorado Springs, CO  80915
Part-Time

Colorado Springs -

Inside Walmart

Colorado Springs, CO  80920
Part-Time

Colorado Springs -

Inside Walmart

Colorado Springs, CO  80920
Full-Time

Denver -

Inside Walmart

Denver, CO  80231
Part-Time

Denver -

Inside Walmart

Denver, CO  80231
Full-Time

Grand Junction - 2545 Rimrock Ave.

Inside Walmart
2545 Rimrock Ave.
Grand Junction, CO  81505
Full-Time

Lakewood - 7455 Colfax Ave.

Inside Walmart
7455 Colfax Ave.
Lakewood, CO  80226
Full-Time

Pueblo -

Inside Walmart

Pueblo, CO  81008
Part-Time

Pueblo -

Inside Walmart

Pueblo, CO  81008
Full-Time

Kansas City - 10824 Parallel Parkway

Inside Walmart
10824 Parallel Parkway
Kansas City, KS  66109
Full-Time

Olathe - 395 N. K-7 Hwy

Inside Walmart
395 N. K-7 Hwy
Olathe, KS  66061
Full-Time

Olathe - 395 N. K-7 Hwy

Inside Walmart
395 N. K-7 Hwy
Olathe, KS  66061
Part-Time

Olathe - 395 N. K-7 Hwy

Inside Walmart
395 N. K-7 Hwy
Olathe, KS  66061
Full-Time

Shawnee - 16100 W. 65th St.

Inside Walmart
16100 W. 65th St.
Shawnee, KS  66217
Part-Time

Shawnee - 16100 W. 65th St.

Inside Walmart
16100 W. 65th St.
Shawnee, KS  66217
Part-Time

Blue Springs - 600 NE Coronado Dr

Inside Walmart
600 NE Coronado Dr
Blue Springs, MO  64014
Part-Time

Branson - 1101 Branson Hills Pkwy

Inside Walmart
1101 Branson Hills Pkwy
Branson, MO  65616
Full-Time

Columbia - 1201 Grindstone Parkway

Inside Walmart
1201 Grindstone Parkway
Columbia, MO  65203
Part-Time

Columbia - 1201 Grindstone Parkway

Inside Walmart
1201 Grindstone Parkway
Columbia, MO  65203
Full-Time

Columbia - 1201 Grindstone Parkway

Inside Walmart
1201 Grindstone Parkway
Columbia, MO  65203
Part-Time

Harrisonville - 1700 N. 291 Highway

Inside Walmart
1700 N. 291 Highway
Harrisonville, MO  64701
Part-Time

Harrisonville - 1700 N. 291 Highway

Inside Walmart
1700 N. 291 Highway
Harrisonville, MO  64701
Full-Time

Harrisonville - 1700 N. 291 Highway

Inside Walmart
1700 N. 291 Highway
Harrisonville, MO  64701
Full-Time

Kansas City - 8301 N. Church Rd.

Inside Walmart
8301 N. Church Rd.
Kansas City, MO  64158
Part-Time

Kansas City - 1701 W. 133rd St.

Inside Walmart
1701 W. 133rd St.
Kansas City, MO  64145
Full-Time

Kirkwood - 1202 S. Kirkwood Rd.

Inside Walmart
1202 S. Kirkwood Rd.
Kirkwood, MO  63122
Part-Time

Moberly - 1301 E. Highway 24

Inside Walmart
1301 E. Highway 24
Moberly, MO  65270
Part-Time

Moberly - 1301 E. Highway 24

Inside Walmart
1301 E. Highway 24
Moberly, MO  65270
Full-Time

Ozark - 2004 West Marler Lane

Inside Walmart
2004 West Marler Lane
Ozark, MO  65721
Full-Time

Ozark - 2004 West Marler Lane

Inside Walmart
2004 West Marler Lane
Ozark, MO  65721
Part-Time

Raymore - 2015 Foxwood Drive

Inside Walmart
2015 Foxwood Drive
Raymore, MO  64083
Full-Time

Raymore - 2015 Foxwood Drive

Inside Walmart
2015 Foxwood Drive
Raymore, MO  64083
Full-Time

Springfield - 1923 E. Kearney

Inside Walmart
1923 E. Kearney
Springfield, MO  65803
Part-Time

Springfield - 1923 E. Kearney

Inside Walmart
1923 E. Kearney
Springfield, MO  65803
Full-Time

Springfield - 3315 S. Campbell Ave

Inside Walmart
3315 S. Campbell Ave
Springfield, MO  65807
Full-Time

Springfield - 3520 W. Sunshine St

Inside Walmart
3520 W. Sunshine St
Springfield, MO  65807
Full-Time

St. Joseph - 4201 N. Belt Highway

Inside Walmart
4201 N. Belt Highway
St. Joseph, MO  64506
Full-Time

Academy Bank, a subsidiary of a $2 billion family-owned Kansas City, MO Bank holding company Dickinson Financial Corporation, is expanding in Colorado Springs and Denver area. We currently have over 50 locations in Colorado. We are looking for experienced Sales Managers with a history of originating home purchase loans. We offer a very competitive compensation package and niche Portfolio Products including Professionals/Physicians loan programs. If you are interested in learning more, I can send you a packet of information about the Bank, benefits package, commission structure and products. Please feel free to email at dfarmer@dfckc.com or call me at 816-412-6031. Summary: The Producing Branch Sales Manager (PBSM) must be able to build exceptional relationships with customers and referral sources. The PBSM must exhibit strong product knowledge and employ a high-touch, consultative sales approach when providing recommendations to customers based on financial analysis and the customer's financial needs, goals and circumstances. Responsibilities include actively participating in local realtor, builder and other lender relevant trade associations and actively managing the loan pipeline. PBSM must have the ability to meet minimum funding requirements starting the third full month of employment. The PBSM is also responsible to recruit, motivate, train and the retention of a team of Mortgage Bankers. Ensure MB reporting to them meet minimum funding requirements starting the third full month of employment and are performing their duties and responsibilities in compliance with federal, state, local rules and regulations. BPSM must maintain all required licenses and registration, including NMLS registration. Principal Accountabilities: • Close a minimum $750,000 in loans per month • Recruit, train, mentor and retain a team of 1 – 5 Mortgage Bankers. • Ensure Mortgage Banker reporting to them close a minimum of 3 loans per month, or $500,000 per month within 90 days of hire. • Ensure Mortgage Bankers follow set Bank policies and procedures so that all loans are quality products and in compliance with Bank, Regulatory and Investor requirements. • Partner with the VP of Operations to ensure a process of high customer service is consistently delivered. • Promote behavior that is consistent with Bank’s visions, values and ethics.

Qualifications:
  • Minimum Qualifications: • Proven track record of successfully working with multiple referral sources • Strong knowledge of home purchase transactions • At least 2 years experience in residential mortgage Sales Management
  • • Ability to manage a pipeline of 15 plus loans
  • • A good working knowledge of loan underwriting guidelines, processing and closing functions
  • • At least 5 years experience working on FHLMC/FNMA/FHA/VA programs and guidelines, as well as other conventional investors and mortgage insurers
  • • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • • Ability to work under pressure
  • Preferred Qualifications: • Existing Sales Manager with an ability to bring over 1 – 5 producing originators with a verifiable track record of originating 40% of their loans in 2013 as Home Purchase transactions
  • • Ability to make day-to-day business decisions reflecting the Bank’s visions, values and ethics
  • • Excellent pipeline management skills

Equal Opportunity Employer–minorities/females/veterans/individuals with disabilities/sexual orientation/gender identity

Englewood - 10303 E Dry Creek Road

10303 E Dry Creek Road
Englewood, CO  80112
Full-Time

Summary: Execute all project management tasks related to the planning, design, testing, and implementation of new technology projects or enhancements to existing technologies. Apply proven communication, analytical, and problem solving skills to help maximize Information Technology investments. Gather and analyze data in support of business case and business / technical requirements. Develop effective processes to address tasks, risks and issues. Develop, manage and communicate detailed project plans to ensure that tasks are completed on time, within budget, and meet project requirements. Develop and implement communication programs to ensure expectations and deadlines are clearly understood. Manage day-to-day project communication with clients and project team members, develop and maintain positive working relationships with project stakeholders, and manage project-related expectations. Prepare project budgets and regular project status reports and communicate to project stakeholders. Principal Accountabilities: • Collaborate in the planning, design, development, and deployment of new applications, and enhancements to existing applications • Analyze existing processes and data to prepare business case, cost benefit , return on investment; make recommendations that address existing and potential problem area within the organization • Review and analyze the effectiveness and efficiency of existing systems and develop strategies for improving or further leveraging these systems • Meet with decision-makers, system owners, and end users to define and document business, financial, and technical requirements, and identify and resolve systems issues • Manage the selection, design, and integration of commercial or custom applications in conjunction with internal IT and external vendors • Collaborate with analysts, designers, and system owners in testing of new software programs and applications • Ensure that applications meet business requirements and systems goals, fulfill end-user requirement, and identify and resolve systems issues • Ensure that applications meet functional requirements, system compliance, and interface specifications • Ensure compatibility and interoperability of in-house computing systems. • Coordinate and perform in-depth tests (system and unit), including end-user reviews, for modified and new systems, and other post-implementation support • Provide orientation and training to end users for all modified and new systems.

Qualifications:
  • Minimum Qualifications: • Bachelor's Degree or equivalent experience • 5+ years’ experience leading one or more of the project lifecycle phases – initiation, planning, execution and closeout - for software and hardware solutions, systems, or products • Strong financial industry acumen • Excellent written and oral communications skills; communicate in terms to both technical and business associates • Excellent listening and interpersonal skills • Highly self motivated and directed, effective in prioritizing tasks

Equal Opportunity Employer–minorities/females/veterans/individuals with disabilities/sexual orientation/gender identity

Kansas City -


Kansas City, MO  64105
Full-Time

Summary: Retail Personal Bankers are front-line associates primarily responsible for processing customer bank transactions and occasionally assisting with account opening. Successful Retail Personal Bankers are enthusiastic about delivering excellent customer service, conducting accurate banking transactions in a fast-paced environment, maintaining accurate business records, and working with a team to achieve individual and group goals. Many of our company leaders started out as Personal Bankers, and we continue to provide excellent opportunities to those interested in a career in banking. Principal Accountabilities: • Provides fast, easy, and personal service consistent with Company’s customer service standards, including greeting customers and making them feel welcome to Academy Bank • Processes bank transactions including receiving checks and cash for deposit, verifying deposit amounts and examining checks for proper endorsement, cashing of checks and paying out money after customer verification • Balances and maintains record of all funds involved in transactions. • Balances currency, coin and checks in teller drawer at the end of shift. • Adheres to all bank compliance, security and operational policies and procedures as well as financial loss standards. • Plays an essential role in finding the right solutions for customers. • Explains, promotes and/or sells bank products and services. • Recommends additional products/services to customers and non-customers. • Maintains customer information in complete confidence. • Proven ability to consistently meet or exceed established goals for the position. • Complete other specified duties as assigned.

Qualifications:
  • Minimum Qualifications: • High school diploma or equivalent
  • • 1+ years in a customer-facing role • Cash handling experience • Strong customer service skills • Strong communication skills • Basic math and counting skills • Attention to detail • Sales experience • Work well with others and is a dependable team member
  • • Excel at multitasking • Ability to organize work • Experience in typing, phone and ten-key operation • Working knowledge of common computer programs (i
  • e
  • Windows, MS Office, Email, etc
  • ) • Should be available to work evenings and weekends if the assigned branch is open during those hours

Equal Opportunity Employer–minorities/females/veterans/individuals with disabilities/sexual orientation/gender identity

Colorado Springs - 2835 Briargate Blvd.

2835 Briargate Blvd.
Colorado Springs, CO  80920
Full-Time

Colorado Springs - 1650 Space Center Dr.

1650 Space Center Dr.
Colorado Springs, CO  80915
Full-Time

Overland Park - 10000 College Blvd

10000 College Blvd
Overland Park, KS  66210
Full-Time

Summary: Personal Banker II associates are experienced personal bankers with proven success at building professional relationships with customers and potential customers to understand their financial needs and to deliver valuable products and services to meet those needs. Successful Personal Banker IIs are enthusiastic about delivering excellent customer service; understanding and promoting bank products to individuals and companies, including personal and business accounts and consumer loans; conducting accurate banking transactions in a fast-paced environment, and working with a team to achieve individual and group goals. Principal Accountabilities: • Explains, promotes and/or sells bank products and services as identified through interviewing customers and prospects including consumer deposit and loan products, business deposit and loan products and treasury management products. • Conducts all aspects of account opening, including counseling and assisting customers advising and helping determine the type of account which will best meet the customer’s needs and performing clerical duties to open all types of accounts. • Provides “fast, easy, and personal” consistent with Company customer service standards, including by resolving problems, building relationships, handling special requests, greeting customers in a friendly manner and making them feel welcome to Academy Bank, and taking ownership in all situations ensuring follow through and a timely resolution. • Works closely with the Banking Center Manager to develop an actionable sales plan to exceed branch goals • Assists Banking Center Manager with inside and outside sales activities • Meets established sales targets consistently • Maintains up-to-date knowledge of all bank products and services • Processes bank transactions including receiving checks and cash for deposit, verifying deposit amounts and examining checks for proper endorsement, cashing of checks and paying out money after customer verification. • Communicates directly with customers in person, by telephone, or through correspondence regarding account inquiries and banking business. • Maintains up-to-date knowledge of any changes in regulations and legislation affecting the bank’s products and services • Completes all documentation pertaining to the opening of an account, insuring that all information is correct and properly recorded per requirements • Keeps supervisor and management abreast of all situations that require special attention • Adheres to bank’s compliance, security, and operational policies and procedures as well as financial loss standards • Maintains customer information in complete confidence • Has proven the ability to consistently meet or exceed established goals for the position • Shows ability to meet increased sales goals over those required of entry level position • Ability to work with more complex, high touch client relationships • Assists in training new associates • Excels at calling activities in and outside of the Banking Center • Leads calling activities for the banking center • Completes other specified duties as assigned

Qualifications:
  • Minimum Qualifications: • 3+ years in a customer facing role • 2+ years sales experience • Cash handling experience; banking experience preferred • Strong customer service skills • Strong communication skills • Basic math and counting skills • Works well with others and is a dependable team member
  • • Independent thinking and problem solving skills • Excels at multitasking • Ability to organize and prioritize work • Working knowledge of common computer programs (i
  • e
  • Windows, MS Office, Email, etc
  • ) • Ability to be NMLS licensed and registered

Equal Opportunity Employer–minorities/females/veterans/individuals with disabilities/sexual orientation/gender identity

Denver - 740 17th Street

740 17th Street
Denver, CO  80202
Full-Time

Denver - 9600 East Hampden Ave.

9600 East Hampden Ave.
Denver, CO  80231
Full-Time

Fairway - 4400 Shawnee Mission Parkway

4400 Shawnee Mission Parkway
Fairway, KS  66205
Full-Time

Summary: Utilizes Service Management software to provide technical assistance to system users. Principal Accountabilities: • Answers inquiries via company’s internal Service Management software concerning system operation. Diagnoses system hardware and software, and end user issues. • Provides centralized support through Novell’s ZENWorks application. • Assist in enforcing PC Hardware and Software Purchase Standards for the department, Dickinson Financial and Affiliate Banks. • Install software packages per pre-identified procedures as needed. • Installs hardware and peripheral components such as monitors, keyboards, printers etc on user’s premises

Qualifications:
  • Minimum Qualifications: • Bachelor Degree in Information Technology or related field
  • Actual technical experience can be substituted for education
  • • Must have experience providing customer service in a technical environment
  • • Must have experience using various computer applications
  • • Must be able to follow pre-determined procedures and processes
  • • Prior banking experiences a definite plus
  • • Able to perform basic and advanced technical troubleshooting

Equal Opportunity Employer–minorities/females/veterans/individuals with disabilities/sexual orientation/gender identity

Kansas City -


Kansas City, MO  64105
Full-Time

Summary: Primarily responsible for providing fieldwork audit services under the direction of the Director of Internal Audit, Internal Audit Manager or Senior Internal Auditor. Principal Accountabilities: Within the general guidelines provided by the Director of Internal Audit (DIA), Internal Audit Manager (IAM), or Senior Internal Auditor (SIA): 1. Corporate Audit Fieldwork a. Perform audit fieldwork demonstrating a proficient level of understanding in the areas of: accounting practices, operating procedures, systems, computer assisted audit techniques, control issues and regulatory compliance for the purpose of successfully performing the audit engagement. b. Comply with department policies and procedures for the purpose of completing audit objectives in accordance with departmental standards. c. Work with business operations to identify areas of improvement. d. Identify and communicate reportable audit findings and observations to business unit management. e. Perform testing of internal controls over financial reporting. 2. Branch Audit a. Plan and execute branch audits within the assigned time budget. b. Communicate the branch audit results to management, facilitate discussion of findings, prepare and issue branch audit reports. c. Participate in developing applicable procedures for the purpose of updating the branch audit approach and program. 3. Additional Responsibilities a. Assume additional responsibilities as requested by the DIA, IAM or SIA for the purpose of facilitating department objectives. b. Travel is required for remote branches, office work schedule is business core hours. c. Regular attendance required, working at the work site during regular business hours and/or assigned hours

Qualifications:
  • Minimum Qualifications: 1
  • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university, preferably in Accounting, Finance, Business Administration, Economics, Communications, or an IT related field
  • 2
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • 3
  • Excellent computer skills, including MS Office
  • Ability to easily learn new applications/software
  • 4
  • Ability to travel up to 30% of the time
  • Preferred: 1
  • Prior public accounting experience, specializing in financial institutions, and/or internal audit experience preferred 2
  • Prior experience in project management, auditing and/or internal control consulting, and risk management utilizing various automated tools and techniques preferred

Equal Opportunity Employer–minorities/females/veterans/individuals with disabilities/sexual orientation/gender identity

Kansas City -


Kansas City, MO  64105
Full-Time

Summary: Responsible for growing treasury management fee income by sourcing and selling to new and existing treasury management clients. Sources new bank clientele through new prospects and existing customer base, businesses, community and civic organizations. Promotes bank’s products and services in the local community. Provides business clients with fee-based financial solutions that meet their needs. Proactively works with commercial bankers in the business banking and commercial client segments. Principal Accountabilites: • Partner with business banking and commercial bankers to identify prospect/client needs and participate in various aspects of client management, including calling via conference call and relationship reviews for clients with fundamental cash management needs • Manage book of business to deepen existing relationships through proactive identification of integrated solutions to unmet client needs • Support bankers in identifying opportunities for clients and prospects • Proactively develop business through own calling efforts • Develop and maintain relationships with Centers of Influence (COI’s) within the community • Travel to markets to conduct in-person client calls as needed • Actively call on business prospects to offer bank products and services • Upon completion of set ups, conduct ongoing follow up with bankers or clients to ensure needs are being met, communicate with respective partners, for example, the fulfillment and operations team, reporting back to bankers on results and on any client needs identified during servicing • Maintain an active and accurate pipeline of treasury management and depository business • Consistently achieves established financial goals • Work with treasury sales support team and traditional retail banking team to ensure needs of small business clients are met • Team with field cash management specialists and RMs to manage and grow the regional book through effective referrals and teaming to service the clients • Understand, communicate and instill corporate initiatives and vision • Ensure an engaging and positive customer experience and effective resolution to customer issues • Act with sense of urgency to respond to client and partner requests to maximize trusted advisor status • Manage various strategic initiatives to meet company objectives • Complete additional tasks as assigned • Regular attendance required, working at the work site during regular business hours and/or assigned hours

Qualifications:
  • Minimum Qualifications: • Five years of cash management sales experience • Proven track record of cash management and/or specialty finance sales success • Strong written and verbal communication skills • Strong presentation skills • Independent thinking and problem solving skills • Sales and marketing aptitude • Bachelor’s degree or core competency in a related field • The ability to travel to various locations throughout the assigned geographic territory to call on clients and meet their needs, as required • Ability to use common computer programs (i
  • e
  • Windows, MS Office, Email, etc
  • ) Preferred Skills: • CTP Certification • Networking background

Equal Opportunity Employer–minorities/females/veterans/individuals with disabilities/sexual orientation/gender identity

Kansas City -


Kansas City, MO  64105
Full-Time

Summary: The Universal Banking Representative I will engage with customers in a blended contact center environment consisting of interactive video, web chat, secure mail and online banking interactions. Customer interactions will be handled through direct video, phone, email, live chat and other electronic forms of communication. The agent will toggle between video teller and online banking interactions. The agent will work as part of a team under the direction of the center manager and assigned team leads. The agent will be responsible for supporting department objectives through direct customer interactions, adhering to quality standards, and performing light administrative tasks. A successful agent will be a customer-focused team player who is comfortable interacting with customers through video and other forms of customer-facing technology such as email and live chat in order to complete banking transactions provide customer service, support and recommending other products and services. The agent must be focused on the delivering of exceptional customer service during each customer interaction. Principal Accountabilities: * Delivers Fast, Easy, and Personal customer service consistent with company’s standards with each customer and associate interaction. * Work as part of a team of customer-facing associates who exhibit a strong professional and customer-focused orientation in all customer interactions. * Provide front-line customer support through multiple service requests or inquiries submitted through email, Secure Mail, Web Chat or other Digital Banking Channels. * Receive, process, and fulfill customer requests and product applications submitted through web forms, via email, fax, electronic support forms, and account applications, for all institutions. Representatives will work requests submitted through the web sites, outbound sales, and from the customer care center. * Process customer support requests and inquiries including, but not limited to: Reg E Inquires, Stop Payments, ACH inquires, Account Information. Close accounts, Password Resets etc. * Perform all tasks necessary to establish new accounts: Perform all due diligence required for new accounts, process applications, and deliver fulfillment materials, and upload approved accounts. * Perform all tasks necessary to process secured credit card collateral accounts and refer applications to the credit department for further processing. * Maintain a personally professional and presentable appearance in all internal and external customer interactions. * Ethically conducts operational tasks related to protecting customer and bank assets and related to regulatory compliance, including properly documenting account opening, completing logs and other records to document proper procedures, obtaining and ensuring the accuracy of all regulatory and procedural documentation. * Protects all customer information and bank trade secrets and business records as confidential, and follows all company policies for communication with clients, vendors and associates * The ability to adhere to specific quality standards, codes of conduct and professionalism. * Be fully proficient in video teller and online banking tasks. * Engage with customers in a professional and friendly manner while providing a positive brand experience during each customer interaction. * Process bank transactions including check cashing, withdrawals, account inquires and other transactions and inquiries in accordance with bank policies and procedures. * Maintains current knowledge and consistent compliance with regulations and bank policies and procedures related to the position, including but not limited to Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) and Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) requirements; Employee Handbook policies; and Operations, Audit, and Security policies, through regular and thorough training. * Assist with troubleshooting and issue resolution tasks associated with Interactive Teller Machines and liaise appropriately with center management, branch, operations, and IT staff in problem identification and resolution. * Perform administrative tasks as assigned. * Work with individuals in other departments (retail branches, customer care, online banking, and customer relations) to address Universal Teller Center customer service issues and escalations. * The agent must be able to work a schedule commensurate with Retail Branch and Interactive Teller Machine hours of operation which may include evening and weekend shift assignments * Maintain customer confidentiality. * Ad hoc duties as assigned

Qualifications:
  • Minimum Qualifications: * High school diploma or GED * 1 year Customer Service, Retail or equivalent experience * Familiarity with banking products and services * Strong attention to detail and ability to complete work accurately
  • * Proficient in basic office skills/equipment, including computer, email, ten-key calculator, copier, scanner/fax, typing, telephone, organization systems, and Microsoft Office suite of products
  • * Ability to communicate effectively in person, on-screen, over the phone and in writing
  • * Above average ability to think logically in order to analyze situations, resolve problems, and make sound decisions
  • * Ability to solve problems while working directly with external and / or internal customers
  • * Ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously
  • Proficient at working with multiple computer and software systems
  • * Familiarity and high comfort level with a variety of electronic forms of communication – phone, video, social media, email, etc

Equal Opportunity Employer–minorities/females/veterans/individuals with disabilities/sexual orientation/gender identity

Kansas City -


Kansas City, MO  64105
Full-Time

We are looking for employment candidates who are professional, diplomatic, and courteous. Experience preferred.

We offer:
  • Medical Insurance
  • Group Life Insurance
  • Short and Long Term Disability Insurance
  • "401 K" Retirement Plan
  • Paid Holidays
  • The bank offers a Checking Account
Academy Bank is an Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/D/V

Academy Bank is a full-service commercial bank with over $900 million in assets and over 80 branch locations in Arizona, Colorado, Kansas, Missouri and Florida. Academy Bank provides a wide range of financial solutions for businesses and individuals, including commercial and small business lending, treasury management and mortgage services. Academy Bank is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Dickinson Financial Corporation, a $2 billion bank holding company headquartered in Kansas City, MO.
Academy Bank Participates in E-Verify

N O T I C E :
Federal law requires all employers to verify the identity and employment eligibility of all persons hired to work in the United States.


Academy Bank will provide the Social Security Administration (SSA) and, if necessary, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), with information from each new employee's Form I-9 to confirm work authorization.

IMPORTANT: If the Government cannot confirm that you are authorized to work, Academy Bank is required to provide you written instructions and an opportunity to contact SSA and/or DHS before taking adverse action against you, including terminating your employment.

Academy Bank may not use E-Verify to pre-screen job applicants or to re-verify current employees and may not limit or influence the choice of documents presented for use on the Form I-9. In order to determine whether Form I-9 documentation is valid, Academy Bank uses E-Verify's photo screening tool to match the photograph appearing on some permanent resident and employment authorization cards with the official U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services' (USCIS) photograph.

If you believe that Academy Bank has violated its responsibilities under this program or has discriminated against you during the verification process based upon your national origin or citizenship status, please call the Office of Special Counsel at 1-800-255-7688 (TDD: 1-800-237-2515).

For more information on E-Verify, please contact DHS at 1-888-464-4218.