Auditor County Or City Job Description Sample
Part Time - Night Auditor - Candlewood Suites - Orange County Airport - Santa Ana, CA
Do you see yourself as a Part Time - Night Auditor?
What's your passion? Whether you're into tennis, shopping or karaoke, at IHG we're interested in YOU.
At IHG we employ people who apply the same amount of care and passion to their jobs as they do their hobbies - people who put our guests at the heart of everything they do. And we're looking for more people like this to join our friendly and professional team.
The Night Auditor will balance and audit for accuracy room revenue, food and beverage revenue, cashier's reports, and guest and house accounts and telephone revenue; assisting the preparation of all reports relevant to daily revenues. He/She will transmit credit card batches.
Complete and transmit daily management and accounting reports and supporting documents. You will act as hotel system liaison during night hours and perform all Guest Service Representative functions as required; you may assist in booking room reservations; answering hotel phone calls and notifying guests of message. You may also assist with other duties as assigned.
Requirements include a High School Diploma or equivalent plus some customer service experience and some college is preferred. You may be required to work nights, weekends, and/or holidays.
In return we'll give you a competitive financial and benefits package which may include healthcare support, dental, vision, disability and life insurance support, and a matching 401k plan. Hotel discounts worldwide are available as well as access to a wide variety of discount programs and the chance to work with a great team of people. Most importantly, we'll give you the room to be yourself.
So what's your passion? Please get in touch and tell us how you could bring your individual skills to IHG.
IHG is an equal opportunity employer: Minorities / Females / Disabled / Veterans.
County Auditor Asst
Under limited supervision, monitors, tracks, and makes payments for accounts payable. Performs a wide range of professional clerical accounting functions, auditing, and advisory services using standard and specialized methods and procedures in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) and County policies. Work involves preparing detailed financial statements, schedules and reports, reconciling and verifying accounts, and monitoring internal controls. Interprets and analyzes a wide variety of accounting data and financial reports and recommends action.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
Review all accounts payable submissions for accuracy and appropriate supporting documentation and process expenses for payment
Audit invoices, indicate appropriate general ledger and vendor codes and enter invoice data
Match accounts payable invoices with checks to ensure that checks correspond to invoice amounts
Verify that documentation such as purchase orders, vouchers, receiving documents, invoices etc have the appropriate approvals and other necessary data
Classify, record, and summarize numerical and financial data in order to compile and keep financial records, using journals or ledgers
Establishes and maintains a variety of accounts, including posting receipts, disbursements and other accounting transactions to appropriate ledgers or journals
Reconciles account ledgers and ensures that accounts balance
Audits expenditures to ensure claims are properly approved and comply with bid documents, contracts, grants, policies, and statutes
Respond to open records requests as they relate to expenditures
Prepares grant reports and financial statements by compiling and analyzing information
Assists with budget preparation, expenditure controls, revenue tracking, grant compliance and reporting
Assists with the preparation, development, and administration of the annual budget. Ensures purchases are in compliance with the County budget
Prepares periodic financial reports reflecting receipts, disbursements, ledger balances and other accounting transactions. Collects, analyzes, and summarizes accounting information. Produces various spreadsheets and reports
Prepares audit reports and communicates with various county officials
Assists in establishing and monitoring a system of internal controls for county offices
Analyzes and reconciles various balance sheet accounts
Processes purchase orders, including date stamping all documents, issuing vendor numbers, scanning originals and copies of the documents, and entering data into the computer
Prepare invoices, memos, letters, financial statements, and other documents, using word processing, spreadsheet, database, or presentation software
Works on special projects and other duties as required by researching, collecting and analyzing data of a financial and/or statistical nature
Answers the telephone as needed, provides information, and takes messages
Other duties as assigned
Regular attendance and timeliness is required
- High School Diploma or GED
- Associate's degree in Accounting, Finance, Business Administration or closely related field
SKILLS ~ EXPERIENCE:
1 year of office, administrative, or related experience
Proficient knowledge of basic arithmetic, including addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, interest, decimals and percentages
General knowledge of basic hardware and software and uses of a variety of different computer operating systemssuch as Microsoft Office Work, Excel, Outlook
Knowledge of basic bookkeeping, accounting principles, maintenance of fiscal and accounting records
General skill in operating standard office equipment such as personal computers, calculators, photocopiers, fax machines, scanning equipment and multi-line telephones
Possess excellent communication skills in expressing oneself clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing
Must possess strong communication and interpersonal skills in dealing with the public and County employees in person and by telephone
Excellent organizational and time management skills, especially the ability to manage multiple concurrent tasks
Possess a thorough understanding of the importance of confidentiality and non-disclosure according to the general standards set forth by HIPAA
2 years of accounts payable experience, including public/private sector
Knowledge of General Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), banking practices and procedures
Knowledge of basic bookkeeping, accounting principles, maintenance of fiscal and accounting records
o Must be committed to achieving excellence in assigned duties, always in service of the county and community
o Must have ability to earn and keep the trust of fellow employees and the community at large
o Must be approachable and ready to help fellow employees and the general public
ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS: While performing the essential duties of this job, the employee is constantly required to work under time pressures to meet deadlines; the employee must frequently change tasks, perform multiple tasks simultaneously, and work closely with others as part of a team. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.
PHYSICAL DEMAND REQUIREMENTS:
Frequent sitting, standing, bending and walking
Includes a small amount of light-lifting (30-40 lbs.) and carrying up light loads for distances of up to 120 ft.
Continuous reading and communicating both on the telephone and in person
Continuous use of the computer and keyboard
HOURS / SPECIAL CONDITIONS: This position works 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday to Friday but may be required to work a flexible schedule based on the needs of the facility. Disclaimer
The above job description is meant to describe the general nature and level of work being performed; it is not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required for the position.
McLennan County will conduct background checks on new hires that will include a criminal background check related to convictions and deferred adjudications in the past ten years and may include credit reports, motor vehicle records, employment records, and educational attainment. A conviction or deferred adjudication is not an automatic bar to employment. Each case is considered individually.
Staff Auditor - County Audit Division
Join Our Team! Interested?
Submit a letter of interest and your résumé to Kerri M. Carter at the following address:
Kerri M. Carter
Audit Manager, County Audit Division - Tulsa District
PO Box 3032
Tulsa, OK 74103-9832
Phone: 918-779-4181/ Fax: 918-574-2451
Have a life. Have a Career that makes a difference.
The Oklahoma State Auditor and Inspector's Office ("SAI") is looking for applicants with high integrity, strong work ethic, and commitment to our Mission in our district office in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Our Mission is to independently serve the citizens of Oklahoma by promoting accountability and fiscal integrity in state and local government. It is our passion to be the leaders both elected officials and citizens turn to for unbiased information on the effectiveness and efficiency of state and local governments. State Auditor Gary Jones believes it is our responsibility to "Speak truth to power". To learn more about what we do, visit our Who We Are link under the Employment Opportunities section on our webpage.
Our Culture is based on mutual respect and teamwork. Our small district offices allow direct access to leadership, who also serve as mentors and co-problem solvers. Within SAI, we strive to promote a spirit of public service, professionalism, and camaraderie.
SAI's Development Opportunities
We value the knowledge and insights you've already gained—and we provide you with the opportunities to go further. We are committed to our team's continued development through training both on the job and in the classroom.
Certified Professional Education courses are provided on a routine basis and we offer educational leave if you're interested in pursuing professional audit certifications. If you have proactive leadership skills and increase audit experience SAI always has an opportunity to move up.
SAI's Unique Rewards and Benefits
Our compensation package includes competitive salary, corresponding with your education and audit experience. Entry-level salaries range from $36,000 to $40,000 and consideration will be given for a candidate's education and audit experience.
Full-time employees are eligible for our benefits package which includes enrollment in the state's Defined Contribution Plan, and a 457 Plan, each liberally matched by the state. In addition we offer generous benefit allowances, longevity bonuses, per diem for overnight travel, and more. Visit our Employee Benefits link under the Employment Opportunities section on our webpage.
Because we know that sometimes the most valuable benefits are the least tangible ones, we also offer a wide range of non-financial advantages such as flexible work hours, ample paid vacation and sick leave, and eleven annual state holidays. Most of our team members work ten hour days only four days a week, leaving them with three-day weekends to enjoy with friends or family. Transportation is provided or reimbursed for out-of-town travel and fuel and hotel expenses are provided.
What We're Looking For
As a team member you will utilize your accounting and auditing skills to audit county governments and political entities predominately surrounding the Tulsa district office. Extensive in-state travel may be required for a majority of audits; therefore, flexibility with travel and overnight arrangements is essential for this position.
A bachelor's degree in accounting or other business-related field, or a minimum of two years experience in an accounting and/or audit environment is necessary. We are interested in candidates who have knowledge of generally accepted accounting principles, generally accepted auditing standards, and Government Auditing Standards and who possess strong verbal and written communication skills, the ability and desire to work as part of a team, and proficiency in Excel and Word.
Veteran's Preference Points Apply only for initial appointment in the Classified Service.
Security Officer - St. Louis City & St. Louis County
WHELAN SECURITY IS NOW HIRING
We are searching for bright and talented professionals to join our world-class security team in Saint Louis City & Saint Louis County!
We are looking for intelligent courteous individuals with a friendly attitude, professional demeanor, great customer service skills, and the ability to communicate effectively. This position is best suited for individuals who can provide customer service to the highest of standards and capable of representing Whelan as the premier provider of security services in the industry.
Successful candidates must meet the following requirements:
Legally authorized to work in the United States
At least 21 years of age or older as required by applicable law or contractual requirements
Demonstrate a stable work history
Pass an extensive background screening which includes, but is not limited to, criminal background checks (local, state and federal), drug test, aptitude tests, skills assessment, interviews, and personality profile (behavioral assessment)
Candidates must meet the following educational requirements:
- Possess at least a high school education or equivalent (GED)
If you have an interest in joining a leader in the contract security industry and would like to work at one or more of our outstanding client locations in the Saint Louis City & Saint Louis County areas – APPLY NOW!
Click "Apply" to begin the application process immediately; or if you wish to expedite your application, we encourage you to visit our local branch office located at 1699 South Hanley Road, Suite 100, St. Louis, MO 63144 to apply in person. For more information, you can also call us at 314-644-1974.
Not convinced? Listen to what our team members have to say!
At Whelan, we value people and we value relationships.
Extraordinary people work at Whelan – are you one?
St. Louis, MO 63144
Program Performance Auditor I/Ii, Senior U - City Auditor's Office
Atthe City of San José, Program Performance Auditors:
Collect, evaluate, and interpret myriad data and financial records to reach fact-based conclusions about current levels of service.
Analyze complex operations and organizational issues, and assess alternatives to improve service delivery.
Collaborate in teams and work comfortably in a variety of settings, including with staff in other departments.
Summarize complex ideas and data; create visual displays of information; and write clear and convincing reports.
Program Performance Auditor I:
Education: Bachelor's degree from an accreditedcollege or university.
Program Performance Auditor II:
Education: Bachelor's degree from an accreditedcollege or university.
Experience: At least two (2) years ofincreasingly responsible experience in performance auditing.
Senior Program Performance Auditor
Education: Bachelor's degree from an accreditedcollege or university.
Experience: Five (5) years of increasinglyresponsible experience in performance auditing.
A master's degree in public policy or public administration.
Strong interpersonal, analytical, writing, creative problem-solving, and leadership skills.
Direct experience working in performance auditing, finance, management, or operations.
Experience working in the public sector.
Professional certification or willingness to obtain one or more of the following: Certified Internal Auditor (CIA), Certified Government Auditing Professional (CGAP), Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE), Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA), Certified Government Financial Manager (CGFM), or Certified Public Accountant (CPA).
EmploymentEligibility: Federal law requires all employees to provide verificationof their eligibility to work in this country. Please be informed that the City of San José will NOT sponsor, represent, or sign anydocuments related to visa applications/transfers for H1-B or any other type ofvisa which requires an employer application.
The selection process will consist of an evaluation of theapplicant's training and experience based on the application, resume andanswers to the job-specific questions. Only those candidates whose backgroundsbest match the positions will be forwarded to the interview phase of theselection process. IMPORTANT: To be considered for interviews, pleasecomplete an application AND send a cover letter and resume to Lupe Gonzalez firstname.lastname@example.org.
You will be prompted to answer thefollowing job-specific questions during the online application process. Please note that there is a 4,000-character limit, including spaces, foreach text response.
1.Please specify your experience,including job title, responsibilities, and years of experience.
2.Please specify if you have any professionalcertifications such as, CertifiedInternal Auditor (CIA), Certified Government Auditing Professional (CGAP),Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE), Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA),Certified Government Financial Manager (CGFM), or Certified Public Accountant(CPA).
Youmust answer all questions to be considered or your application AND submit acover letter and resume to Lupe Gonzalez via email@example.com or your application will be deemedincomplete and withheld from further consideration.
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Psychiatrist - City & County Jails
The Department of Behavioral Health Services at Denver Health Medical Center is recruiting for a full-time psychiatrist to join our expanding Correctional/Forensic Psychiatry Service. The Behavioral Health department at Denver Health is an integral part of a Level I 525-licensed hospital, where medical and surgical services are readily available, with a mission of providing quality health care for all citizens of Denver regardless of ability to pay.
We seek a psychiatrist who enjoys working in a team-based and multi-disciplinary approach to deliver compassionate, evidence-based psychiatric care for persons experiencing mental health crises in the City and County Jails of Denver. Responsibilities include direct patient care, coordination with nurse practitioners/physician assistants/psychologists/psychiatric nurses and social workers, and teaching of medical students, psychiatry residents, and forensic psychiatry fellows. The Denver City and County Jails have a total population of 2300 inmates and all medical/psychiatric services are provided by Denver Health staff.
Benefits of practicing at Denver Health include:
Academic affiliations with the University of Colorado School of Medicine
Housestaff and medical student teaching opportunities
Loan repayment opportunities.
Conveniently located in downtown Denver with access to a thriving cultural scene, diverse neighborhoods, natural beauty and 300+ days of sunshine per year
This position is eligible for J1 and H1B applicants.
Applicants must be eligible for a Colorado medical license with Buprenorphine waivered and be BE/BC in general adult psychiatry. Subspecialty training in forensic psychiatry is preferred but not required.
Education: Graduation from an Accredited Medical School and completed Accredited Residency Programs and fellowships for specialist, or equivalent.
Equivalent training for those Physicians who are not U.S. residency trained. New finishing residents generally are not expected to be Board Certified but should be Board Certified within a reasonable amount of time as determined by the office of Medical Administration.
Experience: Requirements will be determined on a position by position basis.
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities: Knowledge of and ability to apply professional medical principles, procedures and techniques.
Thorough knowledge of pharmacological agents used in patient treatment. Able to effectively manage and direct medical staff support activities while providing quality medical care. Able to receive detailed information through oral communications; express or exchange ideas by verbal communications.
Excellent written and verbal communications, listening, and social skills. Able to interact effectively with people of varied educational, socioeconomic and ethnic backgrounds, skill levels and value systems. Performs in a tactful and professional manner.
A wide degree of creativity and latitude is expected. Relies on experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals.
Certificate/License/Registration: Medical license to practice in State of Colorado.
All physicians must be board certified within a reasonable amount of time as determined by the office of Medical Administration. BLS/CPR. ACLS, PALS, or NRP as outlined in HR Principles and Practices #2-110 Appendix, Maintaining Licensures, Certifications, and Registrations. All Certifications and Licenses required for this job must be kept current as a condition of continued employment.
All job applicants for safety-sensitive positions must pass a pre-employment drug test, once a conditional offer of employment hasbeen made.
Denver Health is an integrated, efficient, high-quality academic health care system that is considered a model for the nation. The Denver Health system includes the Rocky Mountain Regional Level I Trauma Center, a 525-bed acute care medical center, Denver's 911 emergency medical response system, 8 family health centers, 15 school-based health centers, the Rocky Mountain Poison and Drug Center, the Denver Public Health Department, an HMO, and The Denver Health Foundation.
As Colorado's primary safety net institution, Denver Health is a mission-driven organization that has provided more than $3.3 billion in care for the uninsured in the last ten years. Denver Health is a leader in performance and quality improvements and remains financially secure, in part, due to its nationally recognized implementation of lean principles in healthcare. Denver Health is a major resource to the community, serving approximately 185,000 individuals and 67,000 children a year.
Located just south of downtown Denver, Denver Health is just minutes away from many of the cultural and recreational activities Denver has to offer.
We strongly support diversity in the workforce and Denver Health is an equal opportunity employer (EOE).
"Denver Health is committed to provide equal treatment and equal employment opportunities to all applicants and employees. Denver Health is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a veteran, and basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class."
Deputy City Auditor
This classification has been designated as a non-classified, non-merit system, at-will position.
Deputy City Auditor supervises the daily activities of the internal audit staff; administers the City Auditor department's budget and financial activities; plans and conducts complex operational, compliance, performance, and financial audits of City departments, programs, activities, and contractors. Supervisory and administrative responsibilities include assigning audits and other projects; monitoring workflow and resources; reviewing and evaluating work products; coordinating staff certification/training requirements; managing all aspects of the budget; processing financial transactions; updating/improving the City Auditor's internal policies and procedures; and participating in strategic and operational planning.
Audit responsibilities include conducting risk assessments; evaluating internal controls; detecting irregularities; and formulating recommendations to reduce risks and improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the auditee's procedures, operations, or internal controls. In addition, an employee of this class may conduct highly confidential special investigations into allegations of fraud, waste or abuse of public resources, or other alleged misconduct. The Deputy City Auditor may also serve as Acting City Auditor in the absence of the City Auditor. This class performs related duties as required.
The Deputy City Auditor has full supervisory responsibilities over the Senior Internal Auditor and Internal Auditor classes; budget and fiscal management responsibilities; and more direct interaction with senior executives and elected officials. This class performs work with considerable latitude, independent judgment, and professional discretion. This class is FLSA exempt-executive.
Qualifications & Requirements
Employee Values: All employees of the City of Mesa are expected to uphold and exhibit the City's shared employee values of Knowledge, Respect, and Integrity.
Minimum Qualifications. Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor's Degree in Accounting or related field, and seven or more years full-time professional experience as an Internal Auditor. Certification as a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) or Certified Internal Auditor (CIA), which must be maintained thereafter.
Preferred/Desirable Qualifications. At least one year of supervisory experience is preferred.
Experience in governmental internal auditing is highly desirable. Certification as a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE), Certified Government Auditing Professional (CGAP), or Certified Government Financial Manager (CGFM), is highly desirable.
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Internal City Auditor
THE CITY OF OLATHE, KANSAS SEEKS AN INTERNAL CITY AUDITOR
(Starting salary range up to low $100s, DOQ/E with excellent benefits)
In pursuing a Vision of "Setting the Standard for Excellence in Public Service", the City of Olathe is seeking an experienced, collaborative and team focused internal auditing professional that is knowledgeable about local government and a wide range of related subject areas. The City Auditor will report directly to the Mayor and City Council and is responsible for providing continuous independent review of the City's operations, including policies developed by the governing body, and will work closely with the City Manager and the City's leadership team. The Auditor will provide an independent assessment of existing and proposed operations, validate excellence, and make operational and policy recommendations in an effort to provide more effective and/or efficient services, in alignment with the philosophy of a "continuous improvement" culture.
Olathe is a growing and dynamic community of over 138,000 residents, spread over 62 square miles, and serves as the County Seat for Johnson County, one of the nation's premier and most prosperous counties. As the second largest of Johnson County's 21 communities, and fourth largest in Kansas, Olathe has nearly doubled in population since 1990, and is ideally located on Interstate 35 just 20 miles southwest of Downtown Kansas City.
The City of Olathe operates under a mayor-council-manager form of government. The Mayor and six-member Council are all elected to four-year staggered terms; four members are elected by ward, and the two remaining seats plus the Mayor are elected at-large.
The Mayor and City Council are responsible for passing resolutions, ordinances, approving the budget, and establish a variety of policies to set the overall direction for the City. The Governing Body also appoints citizens to a variety of advisory boards, and appoints the City Manager, City Auditor, and the Municipal Judge.
Olathe operates as a full-service city providing many of the traditional municipal functions such as police, fire, parks and recreation, planning and public works, but also provide several enterprise operations that include water, wastewater, and solid waste. The City's FY-2018 combined funds budget is just over $280 million and supports over 900 full-time employees working together to provide services to the community.
The City uses a variety of funds to operate, much of it derived from property, sales, and other special taxes. Other revenues include fees for service, grants, and intergovernmental transfers from outside agencies. The City of Olathe prides itself on citizen involvement, innovation and efficient use of municipal resources.
The City Auditor reports directly to the City Council. The position requires at least six years of increasingly responsible experience in governmental or internal auditing, and a bachelor's degree with an emphasis in accounting, finance, business or public administration is strongly desired.
Possession of, or an ability to obtain, a Certified Public Accountant or Certified Internal Auditor Certification is preferred. The ideal candidate's background and experience should include a diverse exposure to all aspects of auditing, including internal and external audits, and compliance reviews. Key responsibilities include conducting complex performance reviews of municipal operations, programs, and policies to evaluate the accomplishments of desired program results, and then share, review and discuss findings with the City Council, city management, representatives of external agencies, the Audit Committee, and the public.
Evaluating the success of departmental goals, including staffing levels, the capacity for departments to fulfill commitments and established requirements, and the efficiency and effectiveness of service delivery methods and procedures. Developing an annual risk assessment, establishing an annual audit work plan, and providing the City Manager with consulting services to identify opportunities to enhance fiscal integrity, evaluate internal controls, and safeguard municipal assets are other key areas of responsibility. The position has no direct reports and must function as an "internal" consultant, able to work independently, be self-sufficient and adept at conducting research, prepare written reports, spreadsheets, graphics, and other presentation materials in a professional and accurate manner.
The City Council is seeking a highly motivated, independent, self-starter that possesses excellent skills in problem solving, process improvement, and the ability to think strategically using data, research, best practices, and good judgment. The selected candidate will be a team player and have a record of success based on collaboration and customer service.
Candidates must exhibit strengths in both written and oral communication, and the ability to listen and be open to new ideas. The ability to work effectively with a variety of employees at all levels of the organization is essential.
Diageo City Consultant - Orange County
Match Marketing Group is looking to add a City Consultant to our team in Orange County to help identify key local events to deliver engaging Diageo brand experiences. This is a contract/assignment-based role.
Who you are:
You are immersed in your city. Enamored by the people. Captivated by the culture. You’re always in the know. You know where to be and when – from the local hotspots and to the hidden gems – the real hidden gems.
You are connected within your community and plugged into the local scene. You’ve got your inner circle. But your influence and relationships span far beyond that. You know how to engage with all types of people to build true connections and create meaningful experiences.
You’re also incredibly outgoing – you’ve got high energy and thrive on meeting new people, building relationships and finding inventive ways to connect. You love bringing your passions together in the form of events that connect people, places and brands. You’ve got experience collaborating on event experiences, and creating your own. You understand what it takes to create memorable moments.
Who we are:
Match is a leader in Data Driven Experience activation and consumer engagement. We bring to life seamless, integrated brand experiences that engage today’s connected consumer. We’re an agency with heart. We’ll give you rewarding experiences on great brands and cool campaigns. We’ll invest in you — and your career. You’ll contribute — to your team, to the agency and to the clients’ business. We’ll spark inspiration in you, and you in us. We’ll win, together.
What you’ll do:
- Support our City Manager team with event planning in your market through a series of targeted reports and assignments
- Use your extensive city and community knowledge to identify key local events that can deliver impactful brand awareness experiences
- Deliver information about target audience in your market
- Keep an eye to the competitive landscape and how other brands are activating locally
- Help create calendar of key events for brand presence
- Connect the community with City Managers
- Bachelor’s degree or equivalency experience is strongly preferred
- Experience in field marketing, lifestyle marketing or brand experiences
- Solid background as a connector/influencer with the social network to prove it
- 3-5 years being immersed in the community/city you live in
- Local area residency or the ability to commute into the city regularly
- Experience with alcohol marketing strongly preferred
- A strong geographic knowledge of the market and local happenings is a must; familiarity with greater region a plus
- Willingness to work a flexible schedule, including evenings and weekends
We thank all candidates who apply however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
Branch Manager, Center City Philadelphia / Delaware County Area
Branch Manager, Center City Philadelphia / Delaware County Area-1803368
As a Branch Manager Trainee with Santander's Consumer and Business banking division, you will be given the opportunity to jumpstart a career in financial services with a global industry leader. To assist you on your path, you will be provided the opportunity to attend the New Hire Branch Manager Development Program. The program is set up to ensure you gain the experiences you need to be a successful Branch Manager. You will learn through observation, practice, and apply each of the key components of the Branch Manager role. The first 11 weeks with Santander, you will receive 3 weeks of Banker training and 8 weeks of Branch Management training. To help you achieve success, you will shadow a Peer Coach and have the support of your District Executive and Learning & Development.Once you have successfully completed Branch Manager Development Program, you will transition to the role of Branch Manager to lead a branch and apply all of your learnings.
Act on all feedback provided by DE/Peer Coach
Analyzes branch expenses and implement strategies to reduce overhead
Attend all meetings and conference calls as prescribed
Complete proficiency checks to validate learnings
Complete required training courses when due
Directs the development, implementation and use of productive sales strategies and techniques, generating additional bank business through any mean or channel provided by the Bank
Focuses on increasing Bank products and services, sales, number of clients, its business relation with the bank and always following the established policy and procedures
Formulates and executes a customized team plan to acquire new, retain and grow existing SME and personal relationships, managing the Business & Personal Clients portfolio
Is responsible for managing branch, ensuring that branch and Team Members meet or exceed their goals
Learn/Practice/Apply throughout the program
Manages, coaches, directs and motivates every branch team member to promote and maximize sales opportunities. Oversees Explore Notes tool and manages employees sales initiative
On the SME side and along with the BBR, focuses on companies with revenues less than $3.0 Million, performing significant calling activity on existing SME customers, prospects and Centers of Influence to develop new business and to retain or expand existing business
Own your learning experience
Participate in daily debriefs with Peer Coach, weekly debriefs with District Executive (DE)
Participate in debriefs with Learning & Development, Peer Coach and DE
Participates in branch functions and community activities to promote bank's image and growth ensuring that the Bank maintains a strong local presence
Takes responsibility for delivering Customer Service Excellence which meets and exceeds the customers' expectations
Utilize resources/take good notes on learnings in the program
Minimum of between 4 and 7 years of business experience
Proven track record of excellent sales management in a financial services environment
Ability to manage, supervise, instruct and coach; ability to meet deadlines; make independent decisions and utilize sound judgement
Advanced knowledge of all Retail and Small Business products and services and fluency in business acumen and in SME credit
Highly motivated and competitive with proven leadership quality and very goal driven
Understands all appropriate policies, procedures and processes that impact work activities
At Santander, we value and respect differences in our workforce and strive to increase the diversity of our teams. We actively encourage everyone to apply.
Job Posting:May 21, 2018, 3:20:20 PM
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER M/F/Vet/Disabled/SO
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