The Chief Financial Officer Executive will be responsible for our financial reporting and controls, information technology systems, risk management, investments, and treasury management. Responsibilities of the position include internal management and external financial reporting, overseeing the asset/liability modeling process and making recommendations to the ALCO, managing the investment portfolio within ALCO risk guidelines, monitoring technology trends, recommending improvements, and overseeing activities of information systems, and annual budget preparation. Additional responsibilities include employee enrichment, education and training, performance management, planning and forecasting, preparation of detailed reports for committee and board meetings and related regulatory compliance.
Full knowledge bank operating processes and best practice management techniques to provide for effective and efficient operational support to all branches and operating departments within the bank.
Responsible for external financial reporting, including call report, in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles.
Responsible for internal financial management reporting to support effective and efficient organization management and board review.
Responsible for the internal controls and financial records of the bank.
Responsible for the effective and efficient work performance of assigned employees, including on-going performance evaluation.
Responsible for the investment portfolio and investment of excess cash.
Responsible for monitoring interest rate risk including preparation and review of quarterly asset/liability modeling and interest rate risk analysis.
Responsible for overseeing the bank’s technology infrastructure, including core operating system, and operating network.
Responsible for compliance with consumer deposit laws and regulations.
Responsible for monitoring BSA/AML compliance.
Member of the Asset/Liability Committee.
Recommends/sets pricing and strategies for deposit and loan products.
Recommend strategies/products/services to enhance the bank’s performance.
Member of the Asset Classification Committee.
Responsible for the quarterly preparation of the Bank’s analysis for loan losses in accordance with GAAP.
Responsible for preparing the annual budget and on-going performance monitoring.
Responsible for vendor and contract management.
Maintain knowledge and awareness of current bank deposit and lending services, operations, and personnel-related policies.
Oversee Accounting, Deposit and Loan Servicing, Fixed Assets and Accounts Payable
Responsible for overseeing completion and timely filing of all appropriate tax returns.
Responsible for all holding company activity and timely filing of regulatory reports.
Attend Board and committee meetings as requested.
Maintain awareness of economic factors effecting the achievement of established organizational goals.
Participate in professional associations to maintain industry knowledge and identify opportunities to continuously improve the bank and the communities that we serve.
Follow First Fed Delta policies and procedures
Other duties as assigned
Benefits of working for First Fed Delta:
Below is a list of some of the many benefits that are offered to all full-time employees:
Team-oriented work environmen
Competitive Salary, plus incentive program
Paid Sick Time
Excellent benefits including medical, dental, vision; Short/Long Term disability, etc.
401K with company match
FirstFedDelta is committed to the principles of equal employment. We are committed to complying with all federal, state, and local laws providing equal employment opportunities, and all other employment laws and regulations. It is our intent to maintain a work environment that is free of harassment, discrimination, or retaliation because of age (40 and older), race, color, national origin, ancestry, religion, sex, pregnancy (including childbirth, lactation, and related medical conditions), physical or mental disability, genetic information (including testing and characteristics), veteran status, uniformed
Bachelor’s Degree from a four-year college or University in Accounting, Finance or Math
Certified Public Accountant or similar designation preferred
Supervisory experience in a similar work situation
Ability to effectively coordinate, organize and delegate work duties
Ability to gather, analyze and prepare sophisticated reports
Experience and proficiency with bank core processing software preferred
Ability to produce effective written policy documents, using proper sentence structure, punctuation, grammar, and spelling
Knowledge of federal and state financial regulations
Above average proficiency with essential office productivity software including Microsoft Excel, Outlook and Word.
About First Federal Savings & Loan Association of Delta
In November 1934, community members in Delta, Ohio pooled their deposits and opened a mutual savings and loan owned by the community it serves. Over the years, five additional communities have embraced our true community bank. As a mutual savings institution, we are in the enviable position of being owned by our customers. We see our owners and potential owners every day in our communities. We see them at work, the grocery store, school and church. They are not unknown investors in big cities miles away with little interest in our communities. We were formed to provide basic banking services as a community owned alternative to these investor owned institutions. We are here because we still believe in this purpose.
Our mission is simple. As an organization, we strive to:
~Reduce the complexity in banking and make life easier for our customers.
~Treat customers fairly with consistent, friendly and knowledgeable customer service.
~Create an environment where employees can succeed and help customers without the burden of unnecessary bureaucracy.
~Be active and present in our local communities to help make them better places to live.
~Remain a financially strong and independent community bank.