MidAmerica National Bank, a locally owned financial institution in central Illinois, has an excellent opportunity for an experienced professional to join our Risk Management department as a full-time Recovery Specialist II. Established in 1933, MidAmerica National Bank provides financial services to local communities through our branches located in Fulton, Marshall and McDonough counties. We pride ourselves in making a positive impact on our customers and area communities.
We are currently accepting applications/resumes for a Recovery Specialist II to be responsible for collection of funds on delinquent loan accounts, while maintaining collection efforts that follow federal and state law regulations along with bank policy.
Principal Duties and Responsibilities:
Initiating repossession and legal proceedings
Working with legal counsel through bankruptcy, foreclosure, and estate claims
Managing the bank’s repossessed/foreclosed property
Ensuring departmental procedures are current and good documentation is maintained
Coordinating assignments to assigned staff
Qualifications and Requirements:
3 plus years collection and/or debt recovery experience
Bachelor’s degree or work equivalent field of study preferred
High level of communication, tactful, persistent, and detail oriented
MidAmerica National Bank offers a competitive compensation and benefits package.
MidAmerica National Bank is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, sex, national origin, disability status or protected veteran status.
About MidAmerica National Bank
MidAmerica National Bank has offices located in Canton, Cuba, Henry, Lewistown, and Macomb and provides full-service banking to its customers. Throughout its history, MidAmerica National Bank’s principal guiding force has been the desire to serve the community and its residents. We pride ourselves on our local decision making at each banking center and in our employees’ community involvement in area organizations and events. We believe it’s not enough to be a bank located in the community – you have to be an integral part of what makes the community tick.
MidAmerica National Bank has assets of approximately $440 million and has approximately 400 shareholders located throughout the communities we serve. The bank is governed by an 8-member Board of Directors that meets at least bi-monthly, and is managed by its Executive Management Committee and its officers, whom are designated by the Board. As a national bank, MidAmerica is subject to strict requirements of both federal and state laws and regulations. All deposits are insured by the FDIC.
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