Sunflower Bank Portfolio Manager III in United States
Sunflower Bank, N.A. is looking for an experienced Portfolio Manager III to join our team in Overland Park, KS! The Portfolio Manager is responsible for gathering, analyzing and interpreting financial and credit information in order to assess the creditworthiness of Sunflower Bank’s customers, focusing on Sunflower Bank’s moderately complex credit relationships. The incumbent will assist Business Bankers in supporting new and existing loan relationships with an emphasis on maximizing credit quality and minimizing risk.
Exercises independent judgment on client relationship credit analysis and takes appropriate resulting action.
Participate in departmental or bank-wide projects. Seek and propose process improvements.
Provide technical advice and assistance to business/commercial bankers and customers.
Assist in the training and development of the Portfolio Manager Level I.
Remain educated and informed about industry trends, community developments, market conditions and regulatory requirements and understand their effect on the Bank's lending criteria.
A Bachelor's degree in accounting, business, economics, finance, or similar field. In lieu of a degree, applicant must have a high school diploma or equivalent and have completed a formal credit training program or certification.
5-7+ years of experience in credit analysis/portfolio management in a commercial lending environment required.
Possess specific area of underwriting expertise in at least one area of lending, such as commercial real estate, commercial & industrial lending or SBA lending.
Competitive wages plus excellent benefits!
Company-paid life insurance
Paid time off
10 paid holidays
Plus much more employee perks & incentives!
People choose to “bank” with us, but for those we serve, we’re more than a bank. We strive to be the financial backbone of their lives and we know that starts with our team.
If you qualify, apply online at www.sunflowerbank.com/careers.
You’ve never worked anyplace like Sunflower Bank!