Greenville Federal Credit Union is currently recruiting for a Loss Prevention Manager. This position is responsible for directing the Loss Prevention functions; providing overall direction, coordination, and evaluation of these areas; carrying out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the credit union's policies and applicable laws; and, establishing and assigning responsibilities and processes for attaining these objectives to staff. Additional responsibilities include supervising, monitoring, and assisting with active collection of delinquent loans, returned items, overdrawn accounts, charge off recoveries; manages collateral repossession and disposal process; setting up daily collection strategies to ensure all accounts are worked timely; supervising the negotiation and coordination of settlements with insurance representatives and the guarantee of title process on total loss collateral as well as communicating with attorneys on accounts as needed. Reviewing hardship requests and recommendations—recommending approval or denial based on current guidelines, policies, and procedures. Also responsible for analyzing offers for short sales, directing foreclosure process, maintaining collateral held for liquidation including Other Real Estate Owned; maximizing recoveries to mitigate losses; Overseeing bankruptcy processes to ensure timely filing of proof of claims, reaffirmations and objections to the bankruptcy plan, discharge and dismissals; overseeing repossession and collateral liquidation processes to ensure the vendors comply with the vendor agreement requirements and repossession laws to protect the credit union; and, managing member dispute process, tracking to resolution, and reporting.
Qualified candidates should possess minimum of 3 years of similar or related experience in loss prevention within the lending/financial field and a minimum of 2 years of management experience. Minimum education level equivalent to two years of college or an Associate’s Degree; working knowledge of the areas of bankruptcies, foreclosures as well as current trends and best practices of respective areas and the financial industry as a whole is desired. Candidate should possess in-depth math skills performing calculations involving decimals, percentages, fractions; considerable judgment skills needed to analyze factual situations, apply functional principles, and develop solutions; and, the ability to write routine reports and correspondence and to speak effectively using excellent verbal and written communication skills to correspond with all levels of employees, other credit union departments, vendors, and credit union senior management. Candidate should also possess working knowledge of MS Word, Excel and Outlook software.
Greenville Federal Credit Union offers a competitive benefits package to include:
Greenville Federal Credit Union offers a competitive benefits package to include: generous PTO to support work/life balance; holiday pay; affordable, competitive medical and dental plans; a health savings account with employer contributions; a wide array of ancillary insurance products; very competitive 401-k plan with a generous match; and, a friendly work environment emphasizing service excellence. Resumes should be forwarded to email@example.com, or submitted using our online form. No phone calls please. Pre-employment screening includes SLED (criminal background and sex offender checks), consumer credit check, OFAC check, verification of bondability and previous employer references. Greenville Federal Credit Union is an ‘at will’ employer, meaning that employment has no specified term and that the employment relationship may be terminated at any time at the will of either party. EOE
Posted on Tue, February 20, 2018
by Human Resources filed under