• Location

Location: Winnipeg, Alberta, atlantic-region, British Columbia, Manitoba, Ontario, Saskatchewan

Posting Date: Sep 12, 2023

Closing Date: Until Filled

Occupation Type: Compliance/Risk Management, Credit & Collections, Lending – Commercial, Lending – Retail, Mortgage

Career Level: Technical/Professional

Employment Type: Full-time

About Credit Union Central of Manitoba

Credit Union of Manitoba (CUCM) is the trade association and service provider for the province’s 17 autonomous credit unions. CUCM’s purpose is to provide strategic leadership for credit unions, and to deliver high-value solutions that help each credit union achieve its vision.

The role

As a subject matter expert, the incumbent plays a lead role in coaching, guiding, and training credit unions in all aspects of credit adjudication.  You will demonstrate loan portfolio management and risk mitigation for complex credit clients through the review of financial statements, cash flow mechanics, business plans, identifying trends, monitoring risk, and assessing for credit restructuring.

This position will provide consulting services to credit unions lending personnel and, where necessary, meet with Central’s legal counsel to discuss legal options.   Plays a central role in maintaining the operations manual, ensuring content is accurate and consistent with industry practices and Manitoba law.  You will structure, negotiate, and document complex credit submissions and negotiate all terms of credit with credit unions in a fair and respectful manner.

The person

You bring strong relationship building skills, sound analysis and decision-making competencies and have a thorough knowledge of legislation pertaining to lending and of the commercial marketplace.  You are an expert negotiator with strong interpersonal skills with ability to diplomatically manage and attempt to reconcile conflicting demands and viewpoints, combined with personable and effective client management skills.

You a natural collaborator; driven by the challenge of change, with the ability to adapt your focus or approach based on what the situation requires.

Education & Experience

Your background includes a minimum of 5 years’ experience working in a similar capacity with a focus on Commercial Lending and Credit Adjudication. Knowledge of Agricultural Lending would be of benefit. Education equivalent to completion of three- or four-year bachelor’s degree, ideally in commerce or business administration or related experience is required.

The Company

We offer an excellent total compensation and benefits package including an incentive pay program, an extensive community service program, training and development opportunities, and a work environment that engages and enables our employees to serve our members.

We are committed to providing a safe, respectful, and inclusive environment where your unique background, perspectives and talent are valued.

Our office is located in downtown Winnipeg close to the Canada Life Centre.  In the current environment, employees have the ability to work from home.

Credit Unions in Manitoba are governed by Manitoba’s Credit Unions and Caisses Populaires Act. CUCM manages their liquidity reserves, monitors credit granting procedures and provides trade services in areas such as corporate governance, government relations, representation, and advocacy. CUCM also provides human resources services, research, communications, planning, lending, compliance, and risk management services to credit unions. Manitoba credit unions jointly own CUCM and it is financed through assessments and fee income derived through its operations.

The Company

Interested candidates are asked to submit a resume and cover letter to hrcucm@cucm.org (Please note NCL has indicated the apply now functionality of this website has been turned off due to errors so please do not apply this way).

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