Credit Analyst/Loan Manager

Company Name:
Keystone Lending Alliance, LLC
Position Type:
Position Summary:
Excellent opportunity for career growth and service oriented individual with one of the top and fastest growing indirect automobile lenders in Western Pennsylvania.\

Essential Job Responsibilities:
Underwrite automobile loan applications and review of peer underwriting to assure quality of loans provided to credit unions.
Manage loan pipeline to meet established credit union loan volume goals.
Train and build relationships with credit union and dealership customers.
Market indirect automobile lending program, GAP insurance, member auto/homeowner discount quote referrals through insurance partner, and web-based car research and buying tool to dealerships and credit unions.
Monitor competitor programs, dealership and credit union performance and produce reports with detailed analysis with recommendations for improving volume, yield, and profitability.
Identify and develop new processes that improve production, create measurable efficiencies, and provide incentives for exceeding performance objectives.

Four year college or university program certificate; one to two years related installment loan experience and/or training.
Computer Skills:
Microsoft Office including spread sheets and word processing, internet software, application processing, proficient in typing.
Company Description:
We are a Credit Union Service Organization owned by five credit unions in the Southwestern Pennsylvania area. Our mission is to connect credit unions with dealerships and to help provide a better auto buying experience for the members of our community.
We are committed to exceeding the expectations of our customers by providing the best financial products and services in the marketplace while emphasizing superior customer service and satisfaction.
Above all, it is our desire to expand the brand of our alliance to all credit unions as friendly neighbors offering long-term support and stability in our communities.

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