First National Rio Grande offers employees a people-centered working environment with a strong emphasis on training and education. We believe that each individual should have the means to achieve professional growth and enjoy career satisfaction.
We offer a very competitive compensation and benefits package. Some of our unique offerings include 401(k) matching with immediate vesting, time off upon hire, and comprehensive health care coverage plans for medical, dental and vision. First National Rio Grande is an equal opportunity employer.
- Credit Risk Analyst
This position will assist in the development, maintenance and monitoring of credit risk policies and processes, participate in adequacy analysis, stress testing analysis and compilation of materials for audits and exams. Additionally will prepare reports for Sr. Management and the Board, monitor new developments in lending and changing government regulations and will be responsible for large construction draw oversight. Requires 5-10 years of lending, documentation and/or loan servicing experience and understanding of underwriting, portfolio management and risk assessment.
- Human Resources Executive
This position will serve as the advisor and counselor to Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and Executive leadership on matters of Human Resources, Training, talent management, career development and corporate culture. Will provide the leadership and direction of the Human Resources and Training functions and staff, including oversight of key operational functions, i.e., formulating and recommending policies, employee relations and legal and regulatory compliance. Additionally responsible for the Bank’s Human Capital Plan as well as achieving the related goals of the Bank’s Strategic Plan as it pertains to Human Resources and Training. Requirements include BA in Human Resources management with at least 15 years directly related knowledge and experience in Human Resources/Training, financial services background and/or PHR or SPHR credentials and 5 – 10 years of Training management experience preferably in a financial institution environment. Position may be located in Denver or Santa Fe.
- Retail Banking Loan Manager
The Retail Loan Coordinator is an integral member of the Retail Management Team and will work with banking partners to develop and manage an end-to-end loan system and delivery channels. This includes the strategic development of new and the management of existing products/programs in the Retail lending portfolio. This position is responsible for maximizing loan production, training and ensuring quality control, compliance and regulatory oversight of the Retail banking employee’s work product and minimizing delinquency through regular rolling loan review meetings. Requirements include direct experience in the management of loan systems, line lending and delinquency mgmt., strong analytical skills with trend analysis experience and 5+ years in Retail lending.
- Loan Assistant - Special Assets Group
This position is located in our Denver/Longmont office and is responsible for serving as the primary contact for the Bank's real estate owned properties, to include coordination of utilities, vendors, maintenance, etc., will process and balance various reports and loan payments, order appraisals, pull Credit Reports, maintain electronic loan files, ensure pre-boarding CRA/HMDA Checklists and maintain, review and process additional documentation. Requires several years of previous experience as a Loan Assistant in a financial institution, proven decision making, problem solving and analytical skills as well as excellent organizational and multi-tasking skills.
- Marketing Associate
This position serves as the Marketing Relationship Manager, will identify and implement brand awareness strategies and is responsible for tracking and cataloging marketing materials, including advertisements, press releases, social media, websites and press coverage for regulatory audit files. Will manage social media and website updates. Requirements include 2-3 years of communications work experience in marketing, advertising, public relations and/or internet marketing. Must be knowledgeable in social media, web based content applications and all Microsoft Office applications. Position will be domiciled in any one of our specific markets.
- Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) Analyst
This position is responsible for examination and integrity verification of HMDA and CRA data, collection and tabulation of information from all employees regarding volunteer hours and different lines of business regarding donations/grants to CRA qualified organizations; will additionally collect and build economic, demographic and performance data to ensure that the Bank's CRA objectives and performance goals are met as well as provide representation in meetings with non-profits at community events. Requirements include compliance experience with knowledge of CRA and HMDA preferred, degree in Finance or related comparable experience.
- Personal Banker
Our Uptown Albuquerque office is seeking an experienced Personal Banker with demonstrated ability to provide excellent customer service and public relations skills, knowledge of Bank operational policies and procedures and deposit and consumer loan products and services. Must have excellent PC and verbal communication skills. Responsibilities include opening accounts for all bank related services, solicitation of new business and participation in supporting the Bank's outreach activities. Position will require a minimum of 2-3 years of previous banking experience in a front line position.