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Native American Bancorporation Co. & Native American Bank, N.A. would like to thank you for your interest in our employment opportunities.

Native American Employment Preference

In accordance with, and subject to applicable law, including Title VII of the Federal Civil Rights Act, which recognizes that under certain circumstances, Native American employment preferences are necessary and appropriate to promote tribal self-determination, and the mission of Native American Bancorporation and Native American Bank, N.A. to further economic independence among Native American peoples and their communities, employment preference in employment opportunities will be afforded suitably qualified Native Americans. This employment preference policy shall be construed to mean that an individual Native American who satisfies the minimum employment qualifications will be afforded preference over all other individuals, and that in situations where two or more Native Americans are being considered for employment opportunities, the more qualified individual will be afforded preference. It must be noted that there is a distinction between qualification and preference. Thus, this policy's application is the determining factor when two or more individuals have suitable job qualifications - the individual having preference standing shall be afforded the employment opportunity.

Equal Employment Opportunity

Equal employment opportunities shall, except as permitted by the Native American Employment Preference Policy articulated herein, be extended to qualified individuals without regard to race, religion, national origin, sexual preference, gender or handicap in all personnel matters including recruitment, evaluation, selection/hire, promotion, transfer, retention, training, compensation and termination. The Native American Bancorporation and its subsidiary bank, Native American Bank, N.A., will treat any and all employees and job applicants on the basis of merit, qualifications and competence but does retain the right to exercise Native American preference in affording employment opportunities to Native American applicants.

Please submit a résumé with a cover letter to the Human Resources Office for all positions open at Native American Bank.

Native American Bank, N.A.
Human Resources Department
999 18th Street, Suite 2460
Denver, CO 80202

Phone: 720.963.5525 | Fax: 303.988.5533 | e-mail: employment@nabna.com

Postions Currently Available:

Positions in Denver, Colorado (Corporate Headquarters):
Loan Assistant
Native American Bank is a national financial services organization. Great opportunity for commercial loan servicing professional. Provides support to Loan Officers and Credit Analysts for processing of commercial loans from origination to closing. Coordinates loan closings, interacts with attorneys and borrowers, and orders reports. Assist with ongoing maintenance of loan relationship including collection of financial information. Handles day to day servicing on all aspects of commercial loan portfolio. -Responsible for supporting one or more Loan Officer with large and complex commercial loan portfolios by assisting in the management of customer relationships by processing transactions, renewing loans, resolving account/customer issues and providing various other administrative support. -Performs functions using a variety of banking and lending system applications. -Obtains necessary information to process applications and order loan documents, such as financial statements, tax returns and business documentation, credit reports, UCC searches, preliminary title reports, appraisals and flood hazard determinations. -Coordinates the preparation of required loan documentation; reviews loan documentation; coordinates execution of loan documents; coordinates booking of renewal loan documents; clears loan exceptions. -Works closely with Loan Officer to assist with loans by obtaining financial data, drafting letters and agreements, clearing exceptions, and obtaining collateral documentation. Coordinates with CPA's, attorneys, insurance agents, etc. of assigned clients to resolve specific exceptions and transactional issues. - Serves as first point of contact for commercial customers; primary contact for all customer service issues. - Reviews all loan documents to insure documentation is approved and in compliance with regulations and company policy; maintains knowledge of current lending policies, procedures and regulations. Attends and completes all necessary training. - Responsible for the monitoring and maintenance of multiple reports; keeps the commercial banker(s) apprised of any issues/problems that may arise and need attention. - Utilizes comprehensive knowledge of banking products and services to identify and refer cross sell opportunities. - May assist Loan Officer manage the deposit relationship and related services, i.e. wires, account set up, NSF management, approvals, signatures, etc. May monitor overdrafts and refer to Loan Officer for a decision. May assist clients with draws, transfers and loan payments with appropriate authorization. - May monitor past due reports; coordinates with designated individuals to collect past due principal and interest payments to insure payments. May review past due report monthly and alert Loan Officer of the status of past dues and any pending issues. - Other duties as assigned.
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