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Contact:  Cindy Putney
Mail: PO Box 2830, Oregon City, OR 97045
Phone: (503) 722-5461
Fax: (503) 653-9939
E-mail: jobs@clackamasfcu.org
City: Portland Metro Area

Accounting Specialist II

Clackamas Federal Credit Union is seeking an Accounting Specialist II to be responsible for administering the process of the accounts payable system to include, generating invoice payments to vendors, process vendor contracts, and trouble-shooting directly with vendors and/or core processor.  This position processes all accounts payable and general ledger postings, maintains accounting document files, accurately complete prepaid and accrual entries, track fixed assets by appropriately accounting for them, and assists the accounting department on other items as needed. To be successful in this position requires knowledge in basic general accounting functions, Microsoft Office products, and must be organized, detail oriented and able to multi-task.

Position Requirements:
  • Proficient with Word and Excel
  • Prior experience in accounting
Education and Experience:  (1) A two year college degree or (2) Completion of a specialized course of study at a business or trade school or (3) Completion of a specialized and extensive in-house training or apprenticeship program and two years to five years of similar or related experience.

Benefits offered: Medical, RX, Dental and Vision, Life and Long-Term Disability Insurance, 401k, and Paid Time Off.  Supplemental benefits optional.

Wage offered dependent on experience: $ 17.05 - $ 17.80 an hour

Financial Service Representative

Full-Time, Locations to be determined including the Call Center

Responsible for responding to requests for new accounts and consumer loans, this position will find appropriate financial solutions for the members.  To be successful in this position requires an ability to communicate effectively with potential and current members and represent the Credit Union in a positive and professional manner. This position may report to the Call Center providing services through inbound or outbound calls, online chat, or email.  Registered with an NMLS is a requirement.

 

Responsibilities and Expectations:

  • Provide friendly and prompt internal and external service by modeling the sales and service initiatives of the organization.

  • Model high standards of professionalism, courtesy, communication, attitude, and appearance.

  • Process member requests (i.e., deposits, withdrawals, check cashing, transfers, loan payments, line of credit advances, check orders, etc) ensuring complete satisfaction.

  • Perform a variety of account maintenance duties.

  • Responsible for keeping cash drawer limits within guidelines.

  • Buy or sell cash to the vault, keeping drawer within limits, and ensuring dual control at all times.

  • Balance checks and cash totals during down times and at the close of each business day.

  • Notify Manager any time out of balance.  Adhere to the Cash Drawer/Balancing Standards set. 

  • Assist members with their IRA accounts (opening, contributions, distributions, rollovers, transfers, etc,).

  • Open new member accounts, greet and interview potential new member(s) to evaluate risk, find solutions, and to build accurate and long-term banking relationships.

  • Explains the features and benefits of electronic services including, Bill Pay, Direct Deposit, Home Banking and E-Statements.

  • Interview loan applicants to uncover needs and evaluate risk, explain loan options including, rates, terms, and collateral requirements.

  • Resolve loan application problems and assist applicant with addressing credit report problems, low salary levels, and high debt ratios. 

  • Make appropriate notes in Symitar to ensure that all necessary loan information and documentation is provided to underwriting, noting potential red flags and underlying risks.

  • Process fraud paperwork requirements with the member and forwards to the Risk department.

  • Follow procedures for CTR reporting. 

  • Verify transactions; examine documents for endorsement, negotiability, and potential red flags, to ensure compliance.

  • Using account resources, refer or cross-sell products and services that benefits the member.  

  • Meet or exceed sales and service goals, contributing to branch and member growth.

  • Complete required course training to include BSA and SAFE ACT as outlined annually.

  • Maintain a high level of confidentiality at all times.

  • Perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned.

 

Education and Experience:  A high school education or GED and 2 to 5 years of similar or related experience. 

 

Benefits offered: Benefits included with full-time hours include Medical, RX, Dental, Vision, Paid Time Off, Life Insurance, Long-term Disability and 401k Retirement.  Voluntary benefits include supplemental Life and Short-term Disability.

 

Wage Offered dependent on experience:  $ 15.25 to $ 15.90

Member Service Representative II (Call Center)

Clackamas Federal Credit Union is looking for qualified applicants for the position of Member Service Representative II in our Call Center.  Sales and Service is our #1 priority!   This position will be responsible for providing a variety of services for members through inbound or outbound calls, online chat, or email, which includes but is not limited to, opening new membership accounts, processing IRA requests, loan payments, account transfers, account inquiries and account maintenance.  To be successful in this position requires the ability to communicate effectively, have good math skills, operate a computer, and represent the Credit Union in a prompt, positive and professional manner. 

Position Requirement:  6 months to two years of similar work experience.

Responsibilities and Expectations:

  • Provide friendly and prompt internal and external service by modeling the sales and service initiatives of the organization.
  • Model high standards of professionalism, courtesy, communication, attitude, and appearance.
  • Process member requests (i.e., deposits, withdrawals, check cashing, transfers, loan payments, line of credit advances, check orders, etc) ensuring complete satisfaction.
  • Perform a variety of account maintenance duties.
  • Responsible for keeping cash drawer limits within guidelines.
  • Buy or sell cash to the vault, keeping drawer within limits, and ensuring dual control at all times.
  • Balance checks and cash totals during down times and at the close of each business day.
  • Notify Manager any time out of balance.  Adhere to the Cash Drawer/Balancing Standards set. 
  •  Assist members with their IRA accounts (opening, contributions, distributions, rollovers, transfers, etc,).
  • Open new member accounts, greet and interview potential new member(s) to evaluate risk and to build accurate and long-term banking relationships.
  • Explain the features and benefits of electronic services including, Bill Pay, Direct Deposit, Home Banking and E-Statements.
  • Verify transactions; examines documents for endorsement, negotiability, and potential red flags, to ensure compliance.
  • Process fraud paperwork requirements with the member and forwards to the Risk department.
  • Follow procedures for CTR reporting. 
  • Using account resources, refer or cross-sell products and services that benefits the member.  
  • Meet or exceed sales and service goals, contributing to branch and member growth.
  • Complete the required course training to include Bank Secrecy Act as outlined annually.
  • Maintain a high level of confidentiality at all times.
  • Perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned.

Education and Experience:  A high school education or GED and up to 6 months of similar or related experience. 

Benefits Offered:  Medical, RX, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance, Long-term Disability, PTO (vacation/sick), and 401k Retirement.

Real Estate Manager

Clackamas Federal Credit Union is seeking a Real Estate Manager who will be responsible for managing the overall functions in the Real Estate Department including origination, closing and servicing of member residential first mortgage and Home Equity loans, ensuring the financial stability of the Credit Union. Responsible for mortgage lending staff consistently meeting established objectives and goals. To be successful in this position requires solid analytical skills, excellent communication skills, is attentive to detail, and effectively gives clear direction and conveys a positive personal image. Successful candidates will also possess a proven understanding of real estate lending products, services, and regulatory compliance. This position must learn, demonstrate, and foster the Credit Union’s corporate culture in all actions and words. Takes personal initiative and is a positive example for others to emulate. Embraces the Credit Union mission statement and vision.

Position Requirements:

  • Advanced computer skills with the ability to learn new programs and concepts easily.
  • Ability to be an analytical and critical thinker.
  • Knowledge of underwriting practices and requirements.
  • Understanding of mortgage pricing and secondary market reporting.
  • Must pass requirements for NMLS.