Director Underwriter Solicitation Job Description Sample
Arlington, VA, USA
Full Time Email Me Similar JobsEmail Me This Job Global Science & Technology, Inc., a fast growing high technology firm, is seekingan experienced Solicitation Specialist to support a major NASA research program. The position is located in Arlington/Crystal City, VA.
The Solicitation Specialist will work directly with staff senior scientists in end-to-end support of NASA solicitation and peer review cycles. Primary NASA customers will be the Space Technology Mission Directorate (http://www.nasa.gov/directorates/spacetech/programs). Primary Duties:
Works in conjunction with NASA Program Staff and contract Senior Scientists to assist in proposal review.
Prepares solicitation documentation and proposal data in required formats.
Helps organize panels and ad-hoc reviews; ensures that venue and IT needs are met.
Interface with panelists and reviewers for review, travel and remote communications.
Takes notes of general panel proceedings as requested.
Responsible for leading and preforming support activities related to the development and administration of solicitations and peer review activities.
Ensures conformance to specified quality standards. Secondary Duties:
Monitors and reports to the Project Manager about the progress of activities relative to solicitation deadlines and is responsible for identifying and reporting to the Project Manager about significant slippages, delays, or impediments.
Supports the Project Manager in developing and producing proposal information, related summary statistics and analytics. Required Education/Experience/
A recent Bachelor's or MS/MA degree (preferred) in Science, Engineering, Mathematics, or Computer Science discipline, or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Basic Microsoft Office and Windows OS skills. Desired
Experience administering or participating in the scientific peer review process.
Space science or space technology experience preferred.
Knowledge of system engineering principle and knowledge of/fluency in database query is a plus.
Strong organization, multitasking, and communication skills. Physical Qualification(s) Required:
Ability to use a computer. Mental Qualification(s) Required:
Ability to multitask.
Ability to communicate effectively (written and verbal) U.S. citizenship or Permanent Residency is preferred. GST offers competitive salaries; vacation, sick, and holiday leave; major medical, dental, life, long-term and short-term disability insurance; 401K retirement plan; tuition assistance; and opportunities for employee career growth and development. You may also fax your resume to (301) 474-5970. If you need assistance, please call (301) 474-9696. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veterans' status. GST is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.
Senior Commercial Underwriter (Abl Underwriter 1)
Wells Fargo Commercial Distribution Finance* Wells Fargo Commercial Distribution Finance provides floorplan inventory financing solutions, service and intelligence through in-depth industry expertise and a commitment to customers. As a leading provider in specialized financing and servicing solutions, CDF delivers when it comes to helping facilitate the manufacturing, distribution and sale of products across a variety of industries from Powersports, Marine and Recreational Vehicles, to Outdoor Lawn & Garden, Agriculture, Technology, and Electronics & Appliances. This role will be supporting the floor plan inventory financing for our Motorsports Division. The Senior Commercial Underwriter will be responsible for underwriting transactions in a lending platform, emerging as an expert in Underwriting. Additional responsibilities include:
Negotiate terms and conditions for transactions and work with deal teams to ensure appropriate documentation is in place
Manage existing commercial accounts, perform rigorous analysis of transactions, and resolve problem accounts in partnership with deal teams
Prepare risk assessments and present to senior management with a clear and consistent approach to mitigate risks
Emerge as expert in underwriting while remaining primarily focused on daily execution
Interface with customers to obtain needed information, resolve credit related issues, and minimize potential losses
Monitor accounts (along with the account team) to ensure on-going compliance with loan agreements.
Other projects and assignments as requested including, but not limited to, portfolio analysis to ensure compliance and portfolio reporting /Team members support our focus on building strong customer relationships balanced with a strong risk mitigating and compliance-driven culture which firmly establishes those disciplines as critical to the success of our customers and company. They are accountable for execution of all applicable risk programs (Credit, Market, Financial Crimes, Operational, Regulatory Compliance), which includes effectively following, and adhering to all applicable Wells Fargo policies and procedures, appropriately fulfilling risk and compliance obligations, timely and effective escalation and remediation of issues, and making sound risk decisions. There is emphasis on proactive monitoring, governance, risk identification and escalation, as well as making sound risk decisions commensurate with the business unit’s risk appetite and all risk and compliance program requirements/.
* 3+ years of commercial lending experience How to Express Interest in This Job: Wells Fargo invites you to apply for this job at https://employment.wellsfargo.com/psp/PSEA/APPLICANT_NW/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM.HRS_APP_SCHJOB.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_JBPST&FOCUS=Applicant&SiteId=1&JobOpeningId=5361935&PostingSeq=1. All offers for employment with Wells Fargo are contingent upon the candidate having successfully completed a criminal background check. Wells Fargo will consider qualified candidates with criminal histories in a manner consistent with the requirements of applicable local, state and Federal law, including Section 19 of the Federal Deposit Insurance Act. Relevant military experience is considered for veterans and transitioning service men and women. Wells Fargo is an Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer, Minority/Female/Disabled/Veteran/Gender Identity/Sexual Orientation. Relevant military experience is considered for veterans and transitioning service men and women. Wells Fargo is an Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer, Minority/Female/Disabled/Veteran/Gender Identity/Sexual Orientation.
Commercial Real Estate Underwriter
The position of Commercial Real Estate Underwriter is responsible for underwriting and coordinating the closing of residential, SBA, construction and commercial real estate loans in compliance with the Bank’s lending policies and procedures. Additionally the CRE Underwriter solicits and negotiates new loans; develops business checking and deposit relationships with customers; and promotes business for the Bank by maintaining good customer relations and referring customers to appropriate staff for new services. The Commercial Real Estate Underwriter will assist in attaining established Bank, region and branch goals through active participation in sales management and officer call programs.
Performs pre-qualification assessment and analysis of financial condition and risk of financing requests within framework of Bank credit culture and current economic and industry trends.
Gathers and analyzes all information necessary to present a financing request to senior management or Loan Committee for approval; meets with existing or potential customers; visiting sites of loans; negotiates loan terms and conditions; approves loans within established lending limits or refers and recommends acceptance to the Chief Credit Officer or Loan Committee.
Coordinates processing of approved loans; ensures loans are processed according to agreement, customer needs and conform to Bank lending policies; obtains sufficient information and/or documentation from customers; solves problems relative to processing and servicing of loans within his or her portfolio; approves loan disbursements in accordance with agreements.
Ensures that credit inquires and UCC filings are researched to determine credit worthiness and appropriate collateral positioning are achieved.
Ensures that certification or deletion of collateral is made by the appropriate personnel.Negotiates, underwrites and processes renewals of credit facilities.
Approves loan payments, draws from lines of credit, and fund transfers within specified limits.Authorizes commitment, engagement, action and decline letters.
Consistently applies good decision making techniques pertaining to inquiries, approvals, requests as they apply to existing policies and procedures, keeping within assigned approval limits and using these instances as learning tools for employee development.Verifies funds with mortgage companies and contractors.
Reviews NSF and overdraft reports for customers assigned within his or her portfolio; approves or declines such exceptions within established lending limits.
Provides deposit and loan account ratings.Updates and corresponds with legal counsel and collectors on workouts, bankruptcies, and charge-offs to ensure all possible precautionary actions or measures are taken.Engages in business development activities and solicitation of new business; actively involved in instilling and maintaining a positive sales environment through education of the Bank’s products and services.
Interviews prospective applicants and requests specified information related to loan or credit application; corresponds or re-interviews applicants to resolve questions regarding application information
Bachelor’s degree (BA) from a four (4) year college or university, and minimum of two (2) years or more related experience and/or training; or the equivalent combination of education and experience.
Work related experience should consist of a financial analyzing or lending background.
Educational experience, through in-house training sessions, formal school or financial industry related curriculum, should be business or financial industry related.
Experience, knowledge and training in financial statement and tax return analysis typically resulting from a combination of education in accounting, financial and/or credit analysis or related areas.
Experience, knowledge and training in all lending activities and terminology.
Knowledge of commercial, construction, real estate and consumer loan processing.
Advanced knowledge of related state and federal lending and compliance regulations, and other Bank lending policies.
Effective oral, written and interpersonal communication skills with the ability to apply common sense to carry out instructions and instruct others, interpret documents, understand procedures, write reports and correspondence, speak clearly to customers and employees. Req No.: 2017-3854 External Company Name: Western Alliance Bancorporation External Company URL: www.westernalliancebancorp.com
Commercial PM / Underwriter I-Ii
Overview At BBVA, we are working to make banking better for everyone. That is where you come in.
We are looking for smart, team oriented people who want to be part of a first-class workforce that gives people the tools they need to meet their financial goals, all while delivering an outstanding client experience. Learn more below.
FUNCTION: This position acts as both a portfolio manager and underwriter of credit requests in a high-volume environment, while adhering to department/bank policies and guidelines.
DUTIES: 1. Performs the portfolio management function by (1) actively managing loan maturities within assigned regions, (2) completing credit management reviews for loans with aggregate exposure greater than $1,000,000 prior the required completion deadlines, (3) conducting periodic reviews for credits with 60+ day delinquencies as needed, and (4) analyzing credits chosen for review based on material changes in business financial condition, business credit scores, and consumer bureaus. 2.
Leverages Moody’s Risk Analyst to generate credit grades within policy guidelines. 3. Underwrites renewal credit applications presented through both the (1) Emerging Markets Commercial process (Commercial and Wealth Management Business Lines) and (2) Retail Small Business Maturing loan program. 4. Initiates the renewal process for the Retail Line of Business by means of branch and/or customer contact, determines the appropriate loan product and renewal structure based upon customer needs and credit worthiness, and obtains requisite financial data. 5.
Obtains and analyzes pertinent financial and credit data to assist in determining the risk of assigned credits. 6. Completes financial and repayment analysis with a focus on cash flow, liquidity, and leverage analysis. 7. Evaluates collateral adequacy, industry risk, strengths/weaknesses, borrowing purpose, and viability of the business. 8.
Reviews credit applications, business credit scores, business reports and consumer bureaus. 9. Periodically reviews and recommends additional credit requests including rate modifications, loan restructures, forbearance requests, etc. 10. Recommends and manages the transfer of impaired loans to the bank’s special assets division (ARMS). Collaboration with Retail Collections and Special Asset Group required during the loan transfer process. 11.
Verifies underwriting conditions and additional approval requirements are satisfied. 12. Ensures effective communication between field officers, Business Loan Center and other departments involved in the loan process. 13. Other duties and special assignments assigned by Director of Portfolio Risk and Underwriting Center Manager.
REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:Commercial Portfolio Manager/Underwriter I: Bachelor’s degree in business related field business with emphasis in management, accounting, finance, and 1-2 years of previous underwriting, credit analysis and/or portfolio management experience. Commercial Portfolio Manager/Underwriter II: Bachelor’s degree in business related field business with emphasis in management, accounting, finance, or a related field or equivalent professional experience. Candidates must have 5 years of previous underwriting, credit analysis and/or portfolio management experience.
GENERAL QUALIFICATIONS: All candidates must have superior verbal, written, and organizational skills. Must be able to prioritize tasks demonstrating both management skills and ability to achieve communicated deadlines.
High integrity and respect for confidentiality are invaluable. Excellent computer skills in Windows, understanding of business and personal financial statements, good phone and communication skills required. Proficient with Excel, Word, Power Point, and Microsoft Outlook. Familiar with internal systems including Appro, Alnova, MRA, C-Net, and LMS.
Site NameTX-HOUSTON-CORPORATE CENTRE CAMPUS
EOE StatementEqual Opportunity Employer - Minority/Female/Disability/Veterans.
Sr Regional Accounts Underwriter / Regional Accounts Underwriter
Title: Sr Regional Accounts Underwriter / Regional Accounts Underwriter
Location: United States-Connecticut-Hartford
Job Number: 1702779 Sr. Regional Accounts Underwriter (May be filled at the Sr. UW or RA level, depending on experience) The Sr. Underwriter position in GRP is a dynamic position involving both highly technical underwriting skills and the ability to manage assigned client company's reinsurance arrangements. This position involves partnership with key underwriting and business contacts both internally and externally to ensure profitability of the block of business as well as strong sales and persistency results.
Ability to experience rate Life, STD, and LTD lines of coverage.
Proactively manages largest, most complex book of business, advising clients on various risk and underwriting issues.
Performs analyses on client's entire Life, AD&D, STD or LTD book of business.
Assists in preparation of RFP responses.
Gives client presentations at critical points such as at initial sale and renewal.
Proactively develops and maintains excellent working relationships with sales and internal representatives and clients.
Represents underwriting function on segment and division project committees.
Trains other underwriting staff, here and at client companies.
Manages department projects.
Provide consultative services to GRP clients on presale cases. Consultative services can include rationale for risk evaluation and negotiation.
Works independently with final decision making authority within assigned authority levels.
May perform underwriting audits internally and at client companies.
Actively participates in the analysis and presentation of client company metrics on a quarterly basis.
+ 6 years experience preferably underwriting cases 1000 lives
Reinsurance background preferred
Bachelor's degree preferred
Exceptional group life and disability underwriting skills
Proven decision making and critical thinking skills
Advanced job and product knowledge, work flow, product and system knowledge
Project and process management skills
Advanced analytical and quantitative skills
Excellent communication and negotiation skills
Ability to manage priorities
Solid team building and relationship skills
Demonstrates integrity and respect consistently Behaviors at the Hartford
Deliver Outcomes – Demonstrate a bias for speed and execution that serves our shareholders and customers.
Operate as a Team Player – Work together to drive solutions for the good of The Hartford.
Build Strong Partnerships – Demonstrate integrity and build trust with others.
Strive for Excellence – Motivate yourself and others to achieve high standards and continuously improve Equal Opportunity Employer/Females/Minorities/Veterans/Disability/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity or ExpressionNo Agencies Please Job: Group UW
Business Banking Underwriter I Or II
Work Days and Expected Hours: Monday-Friday: 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM (Additional hours as needed to meet the needs of the department.) Function:
Assist in the underwriting of all S&T Bank’s Small Business Loan Products in a centralized environment. Duties and
1. Underwrite and make timely lending decisions that: a.
Empowered with delegated lending authority for approving credit facilities.b. Will contribute to the development and growth of a high quality/volume portfolio. c. Assures compliance with all applicable lending laws and regulations d.
Demonstrates consistency and fairness to all applicants e. Complies with S&T Bank’s lending policies and procedures. 2. Consistently apply and document designated override authority associated with: a.
Established B2B Policy rules and severity levels b. Exceptions to loan policy and guidelines. 3. Provide timely responses to Business Bankers and Community Banking Managers that are clear and easy to understand. 4.
Develop a high level of proficiency in using the Small Business Central Underwriting System (B2B) and the Portfolio Risk Advisor System (PRA). 5. Provide back-up assistance to the Portfolio Manager, as needed. 6. Responsible for providing assistance with Business Banking loan training both in the classroom and with the B2B system. 7.
Maintain a working knowledge of current as well as future changes (when applicable) to: a. Federal & State lending laws and regulations b. Bank lending policies and procedures c.
Commercial and Consumer loan products 8. Demonstrate a high level of professionalism when performing duties 9. Maintain a good working relationship with bank employees in other departments.
Demonstrate strong interpersonal skills with the ability to work independently, as well as Motivated to work as a team player to contribute to the success of the department and in Turn the organization. 10. Assumes additional duties and responsibilities as assigned. Physical Demands Operates a keypad device: 80% of the day; operates electronic equipment: 10% of the day; operates office equipment: 10% of the day.
The primary parts of the body involved in performing these tasks are the fingers, thumbs, hands, wrists and elbows. Sitting is required seven hours per day. Use of manual dexterity skills for typing and data entry up to 40% of the business day.
Specific vision requirements include close vision of 18”-20” for computer work. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions.
Community Lending Underwriter - Affordable Housing - CDC
Project Manager underwrites, structures, negotiates and closes new business transactions with U.S.
Bank National Association (“Bank”), affiliates, or subsidiaries including U.S.
Bancorp Community Development Corporation (“USBCDC”) that may utilize Low-Income Housing Tax Credits (LIHTC), Historic Tax Credits (HTC), New Markets Tax Credits (NMTC), and Renewable Energy Investment Tax Credits as well as other debt obligations of the Bank’s clients. Debt instruments are made through the Bank, affiliates, or subsidiaries including USBCDC primarily for the purpose of accruing income and CRA benefits for the Bank and U.S.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: 1. Prepares high-quality underwriting packages in support of the proposed complex lending transactions, identifying the strengths, weaknesses, risks and mitigants.
Advocates for credit approval while leading a balanced discussion at Credit Committee. Upholds credit policy and underwriting guidelines and explains any deviations. Follows-up on open matters raised during Credit Committee.
Obtains formal credit approval. 2. Closes transactions in accordance with credit standards and requirements while managing clients’ expectations. Retains and expands the Bank’s client relationships throughout the underwriting and closing process. 3.
Resolves client problems and act as a liaison with other departments, divisions, and subsidiaries in managing the client’s relationship with the Bank during the underwriting and closing process. 4. Engages third party professionals (e.g. attorneys, accountants, independent engineers) in coordinating the drafting, collection and review of documents necessary to close debt obligations. Coordinates the closing process and oversee preparation of collateral and loan documentation 5.
Initiates funding of debt instruments at closing. Coordinates the transition of the loan to other various departments of USBCDC post-closing. 6. Participates in the establishment of policies and procedures necessary for accomplishing the group’s tasks.
Participates in special projects. 7. As capacity permits, participates in the early-stage review of potential investments to identify major risks and mitigants prior to formal underwriting. 8. Actively ensures compliance with the U.S.
Bank Code of Ethics and all Anti-Money Laundering, Bank Secrecy Act, information security and suspicious activity reporting requirements, policies and procedures. Actively participates in any required corporate and business line training in these areas. Follows account opening procedures and understand and follows internal suspicious activity referral requirements and processes, as required for this position.
Actively works with customers to understand each customer's normal account activity, as appropriate for this position. 9. Responsible for keeping current on commercial lending policies, banking laws and regulations, economic and financial trends, and Bank products and services.
Well-developed reading, writing, verbal presentation, and mathematical skills.
Knowledge of, and ability to communicate effectively on, the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit program, commercial real estate, and/or partnership law. Familiarity with other forms of affordable housing and real estate finance.
Ability to simplify complex projects by focusing on key issues, activities, and goals and identifying and acting upon a critical path. Ability to identify obstacles, manage expectations internally at the Bank and externally with clients, and to effectively create solutions to problems which arise.
Strong relationship management, business development abilities, and sales skills.
Highly motivated self-starter with attention to detail and proficient skills with financial spreadsheets and office software
Well-developed analytical and problem solving skills.
Good communication skills; both oral and written.
Excellent time management skills with the ability to manage effectively client timelines and needs.
Demonstrated ability to work independently and within the context of deal teams within the Bank, USBCDC, and with external partners.
A team player who promotes learning and mentorship within the Bank. Excellent interpersonal and teamwork skills.
Locations: This role will be located at our U.S.
Bancorp CDC offices in one of the following cities: Denver, Los Angeles, Sacramento, San Diego, San Francisco, Minneapolis, Portland, Seattle, or St. Louis.
Shift: 1st - Daytime
Average Hours Per Week: 40
Requisition ID: 170037830
Other Locations: Missouri-MO-Saint Louis, Colorado-CO-Denver, CA-CA-Los Angeles, CA-CA-San Francisco, Oregon-OR-Portland, Minnesota-MN-Minneapolis, CA-CA-San Diego, CA-CA-Sacramento, Washington-WA-Seattle U.S.
Bank is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to creating a diverse workforce.
Underwriter - Instant Quote
USLI is seeking candidates with a minimum of two (2) years’ experience working in the insurance industry (agency preferred) who are looking for an opportunity to transition from a sales or customer service role into underwriting. Candidates must be able to project the “USLI Experience” by providing excellent service through interacting with Customers and responding to their requests for a telephone quote.
This position requires a positive and friendly attitude, a high service mindset, strong verbal communication skills, and problem solving capabilities. The ability to multi-task effectively in a fast paced environment is required. Candidates will ask appropriate underwriting questions, enter the caller’s responses into our rating systems and generate a quote.
Training will focus on insurance product and underwriting knowledge, team processes and workflows as well as various computer applications supporting our business. We are seeking candidates for Monday-Friday 12:00 - 8:00 pm EST shift. Location: Wayne, PA
Team:* Instant Quote
Job Type:* Underwriting
FT/PT Status:* Full Time
Remote Mortgage Underwriter
Remote Mortgage UnderwriterSanta Clarita, CA Apply Save Type:Direct-Hire Category:Other Job ID:123274 Date Posted:11/16/2017 Stable and highly reputable Mortgage Banker is looking for a Remote Underwriter (VA with current SARS/LAPP) to join their busy, fast paced environment. The Remote VA Underwriter will underwrite residential mortgage loans in accordance with VA and internal guidelines ensuring compliance with company and investor standards.
Must have current in-depth experience and complete knowledge of VA lending guidelines and understands how those relate to internal and investor guidelines. Ability to clearly communicate VA, corporate, and investor guidelines to customers, loan processors, and sales associates. Ability to make timely and accurate decisions on all VA transactions.
Must have thorough knowledge of complex personal and business financial analysis and expertise in tax returns and balance sheet analysis. Experience, Skills and Abilities: ·Minimum 5 years' current VA underwriting experience · DE preferred (with valid CHUM number) . MUST HAVE current SARS/LAPP · In-depth understanding of processing, underwriting, and closing procedures, and of underwriting systems and their interdependencies · In-depth knowledge of a variety of loan products and program guidelines · Microsoft Word and Calyx Point · Strong analytic, interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills · Team player · Strong focus on mortgage operations Generous Base Salary, pay per file bonuses with heavy paid overtime, and a team atmosphere SO_TORR JZ Apply Save
Underwriter - Merchant Processing
Reports To: Underwriting Director
Direct Reports: None
Posted: October 31, 2017
As an Underwriting Analyst, you will review and analyze merchant applications to qualify their credit worthiness. You will follow all of Signapay’s appropriate credit policies and guidelines to mitigate overall financial and reputational risk exposures.
Key Underwriting Functions
- Review merchants’ application using different Underwriting tools. Gather all information required to make a comprehensive assessment of a merchant’s creditworthiness, including credit reports, TIN/OFAC checks, identity theft, bank account, and address verifications
- Work with Signapay’s partners to ensure compliance with various industry requirements
- Work closely with the Underwriting departments of our banks to ensure timely approval of merchant accounts
- Answer internal and external inquiries with regard to Underwriting issues
- Prepare monthly reporting required by SignaPay’s banks on the performance of the credit card processing portfolio
- Keep ISOs up to date on the status of their applications. Advocate on their ISOs behalf to get credit card processing deals approved
- Audit of auto-approvals
- Any other tasks as assigned
Communicate Actions and Outcomes to Stakeholders
- Place and receive phone calls to and from independent sales organizations (ISOs) and merchants to obtain necessary information
- Notify the referring ISO/Agent of any special requirements of approving a credit card processing agreement
- Provide excellent service to all constituents through proactive and ongoing communication during the lifecycle of each merchant account
- Strong deductive reasoning skills; can infer the complete picture using information gathered from multiple sources
- Able to read and fully understand Personal and Business Credit Reports in order to assess a merchant’s financial condition and wherewithal to handle the obligations of a merchant credit card processing account
- Proficiency with Microsoft Office applications
- Enjoys identifying patterns or recognizing aberrations; likes to get to the bottom of the story indicated by the clues they surface
- Takes calculated risks and learns from mistakes
- Speaks in a clear, poised and convincing manner
- Writes in a professional style that remains succinct, polite and on-point. Conveys difficult news compassionately in support of building long-term relationships with our merchants and ISOs
- Demonstrates accuracy with particular attention to detail in a work setting that requires effective time-management skills and strict adherence to deadlines
Experience and Education
- Minimum of 3 years prior experience in a Credit Underwriting role, preferably within the payment card industry
- Knowledge of TSYS, Cynergy, and/or First Data platforms preferred but not required
- Strong analytical skills
- Good business sense
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
- Ability to work in a fast paced environment
Hours required for this position are Monday-Friday 9:00 AM-6:00 PM.
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