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Northeast Ohio

Operational Risk SOX Specialist

Job Summary: We have an opportunity for an operational risk professional on our Operational Risk Team. The successful candidate will participate in the ongoing development and maintenance of a comprehensive Operational Risk and SOX/404 program under the general guidance and direction of the Operational Risk Manager. The Specialist will work with the line of business staff to identify, assess, document, monitor and report on operational risks and financial statement key controls as part of the Enterprise Risk framework.

Responsibilities:

  • Collaborate with various business units to understand, assess and address financial statement and operational risks and exposures through a risk and control self-assessment process. Assist with the analysis and preparation of the annual financial statement mapping and SOX mapping process including calculation of materiality.
  • Maintain the 2013 COSO Framework mapping documentation and gap assessment and follow-up on remediation if necessary.
  • Conduct an analysis of internal policies, guidelines, procedures and processes to evaluate the accuracy and adequacy of internal controls, operations, and reporting. Included within this responsibility is the facilitation of the Sox/404 process.
  • Identify and mitigate areas of risk which might arise from inadequate or failed internal processes or systems.
  • Team with internal and external audit to review the results of SOX testing and work with line-of-business owners to resolve deficiencies and further refine/define controls.
  • Assist with procedures to monitor those risks and related drivers using key risk indicators. Make recommendations to address and mitigate identified risks.
  • Execute the operational risk and control self-assessment process and measurement program utilizing risk control tools and key risk indicators including all core products, activities, processes and systems.
  • Provide direction and support to the line of business for the design, collection, analysis and reporting of operational risk data.
  • Update and maintain the SOX control database; collaborate with the vendor to enhance the database tool; and act as database administrator.
  • Initiate and coordinate the quarterly SOX certification process including follow-up and review of potential changes to the SOX key controls, control owners, and risk library.
  • Participate with other Risk Management teams (compliance, credit, market risk) to identify current and emerging risk exposures and develop appropriate risk mitigation strategies.
  • Support other responsibilities of the Operational Risk Department.

Requirements:

  • 3 to 7 years experience within the banking industry with an emphasis on evaluation of internal controls or operational risk in one or more of the following areas: operational/enterprise risk management, audit, accounting, Sarbanes Oxley compliance.
  • Excellent understanding of core business processes in a bank.
  • Experience with operational/enterprise risk management building blocks such as risk and control self-assessment process, loss data collection, and key risk indicators is a plus.
  • Must demonstrate sound judgment and the ability to analyze situations, define problems, develop recommendations, and present solutions.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills; Strong analytical and problem solving skills.
  • Ability to deal effectively with people at all levels of the organization in a team environment.
  • Demonstrated ability to summarize data and findings into a meaningful report.
  • Demonstrated ability to manage several projects with competing priorities simultaneously.
  • Understanding of general IT controls is a plus.
  • CPA / CIA is a plus.

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Southeast Florida

Personal Banker ( Boca Raton, FL. Branch)

Working in a team environment, the Personal Banker/ Savings Counselor will work in a Retail Branch location assisting customers with banking transactions on the Platform, in the Teller area, or over the telephone.  Primary responsibilities will focus on opening depository accounts (checking, savings, certificate of deposit, IRA's) as well as taking Equity Line/loan applications and resolving customer issues on the platform.  Conventional Mortgage Loan application experience is a plus.  The successful candidate will work in all areas of the branch. The candidate must possess strong interpersonal skills and thrive in a team based setting. This position is available at our Boca Raton, FL. Branch.  

Requirements:

  • 6 months of recent Teller experience.
  • 2 years of recent experience working in a retail branch banking location on the platform with new account openings, Equity loan applications and resolving customer issues.
  • Outstanding customer service skills, including professional grammar and demeanor, as well as positive, proactive, and friendly interpersonal skills are required.
  • The successful candidates will work in all areas of the branch.
  • High School graduate or equivalent.
  • Conventional Mortgage Loan application experience is a plus.
  • To be considered, you must meet all of the basic requirements.

NOTE: The position requires recent Retail Branch Platform, Teller and Equity Loan and Equity Line applications experience.

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Central Ohio

Mortgage Loan Originator (In House) Dublin Office (Columbus, OH area)

We are looking for a high energy, experienced, mortgage professional with conventional and construction loan application experience. The candidate must have a minimum of two years recent experience taking mortgage loan applications for purchase or refinance of owner occupied residential property. First mortgage loan experience required. Excellent communication skills and PC proficiency required. This is a non-commission based position. The open position is located at our Dublin Loan Production Office located in Dublin, OH. 

  • Two years of current/recent experience taking conventional mortgage loan applications for purchase or refinance of owner occupied residential housing.
  • First mortgage loan experience required.
  • Excellent communication skills.
  • PC proficiency required- Mortgage Software experience preferred.
  • High School Diploma or GED.

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Northeast Ohio

Call Center Representative (In bound)

We are looking for several Call Center Representatives to join our team in Customer Service. Candidates must have spent a minimum of 3 years working in a retail banking environment including experience with platform transactions, and lending experience with products such as equity lines/loans, installment loans, and/or conventional mortgages. The successful candidate must possess strong interpersonal skills, be able to understand and explain financial information, work well in a fast-paced environment and thrive in a team based setting. Job duties may include: responding to loan servicing and product questions; quoting mortgage rates and providing product comparisons; and taking equity/mortgage loan applications over the phone. The Call Center Representative will also handle a variety of customer inquiries regarding checking, savings, certificate of deposits (regular and IRA), debit cards and online banking issues.

Requirements:

  • High School diploma or equivalent
  • Years of recent experience working in a retail banking environment
  • Customer service orientation in a telephone environment preferred
  • Depository account (Checking, Savings, IRA, Certificate of Deposit) experience preferred
  • Lending experience including equity lines /loans, and installment loans is required
  • First mortgage lending experience is preferred
  • Outstanding customer service skills, including professional grammar and demeanor, and positive proactive and friendly interpersonal skills are required
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills
  • Bilingual language skills are a plus

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Northeast Ohio

Customer Service Rep II - Westown Branch

Working in a team environment, the Customer Service Representative II/Savings Counselor will work in a Retail Branch location assisting customers with banking transactions on the platform, in the Teller area, or over the telephone. Primary responsibilities will focus on running a Teller Window, opening depository accounts (checking, savings, cetificate of deposit, IRA's) and resolving customer issues on the platform. The successful candidate will work in all areas of the branch. The candidate must possess strong interpersonal skills and thrive in a team based setting. This position is available at our Westown Branch Office.

Responsibilities:

  • Working with the bank’s customers (face to face) handling financial transactions and problem resolution in a professional and friendly manner.
  • Opening new accounts to include Checking, Savings Certificate of Deposit and IRA on the platform.
  • Managing and balancing a teller drawer.

Requirements

  • Six months of recent Retail Bank Teller experience.
  • Two years of recent experience working in a retail branch banking location on the platform with new account openings and resolving customer issues.
  • Outstanding customer service skills to include professional grammar and demeanor, as well as positive, proactive, and friendly interpersonal skills are required
  • Willingness to periodically work other branch locations.
  • High School graduate or equivalent.
  • The successful candidate willwork in all areas of the branch.
  • To be considered, you must meet all of the basic requirements. 

Position available at our Westown Branch Office.

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Northeast Ohio

Facilities Manager - Cleveland, Ohio

Job Summary: The Main Campus Facilities Manager is responsible for the proper operation of mechanicals and maintenance of buildings located on the Main Office Campus. This includes oversight of repairs and installations to the internal and external physical structures, HVAC, electrical, plumbing, fire/life safety, landscaping/snow removal, and janitorial services. The Main Campus Facilities Manager oversees small and large maintenance or construction projects and their respective budgets in addition to managing the work assignments of vendors and contractors performing the work.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Manage external facility resources to deliver expected service levels.
  • Coordinates work assignments among vendors and contractors and ensures that all projects and maintenance are completed in accordance with Third Federal standards.
  • Reviews backlogged work orders to ensure assignments are completed.
  • Reviews price quotes for the procurement of parts, services and labor for projects.
  • Develops and maintains positive relationships with department managers and associates.
  • Responds to facilities related problems in a professional and expedient manner.
  • Oversees the scheduling, maintenance, and monitoring of all heating, ventilation, air conditioning, water, electric and other systems to ensure efficient operation.
  • Inspects facility and generates inspection reports on a quarterly basis.
  • Prepares capital project budgets.
  • Approves operating expense invoices for the assigned properties.
  • Manage various facilities projects; coordinates with internal support partners including Marketing, Security and Technology as needed throughout the project.
  • Rotating on-call duty for evenings and weekends.

Qualifications:

  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • A minimum of six years of recent experience as the lead Facilities Manager in
    a large commercial building or corporate headquarters building.
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel)
  • Has experience with and has demonstrated:
    • Ability to comprehend, analyze and interpret various types of business documents.
    • Ability to write reports and manuals in a professional manner.
    • Ability to effectively respond to complex inquiries or complaints from co-workers, supervisors and/or management.
    • Ability to present information to internal department Managers in a clear and concise manner.
    • Ability to solve problems involving several options
    • Manage multiple priorities and competing projects
    • Excellent follow through
  • Experience conducting financial/business analysis including the preparation of reports
  • Requires analytical and quantitative skills.
  • Outstanding customer service /people skills.
  • Professional designation such as CFM, FMP, SFP, RPA, or FMA preferable.

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      Northeast Ohio

      Benefits/ Payroll Specialist

      Job Summary: We have an opportunity for a qualified candidate as a Benefits/ Payroll Specialist. This position will have responsibility for administering our Health & Welfare and Retirement plans and be able to assist with payroll duties.

      Job Functions:

      • Administer all benefit programs according to the SPD/Plan Document including, but not limited to; medical, prescription drug, dental, life, disability, flexible spending accounts, COBRA, pension, 401(k), and ESOP.
      • Maintain compliance with all benefit programs. Monitor plans to ensure compliance with federal and state laws including HIPAA, ERISA, COBRA, ACA etc.
      • Respond to day-to-day questions regarding the benefit programs, and research and resolve issues between Associates and benefit providers. 
      • Educate associates on all aspects of benefit programs via new associate orientation, monthly group presentations, and one-on-one consultations both in person and over the phone.
      •  Communicate benefit programs clearly and concisely.
      • Assist in the annual open enrollment project. Assist in preparing documentation, data and presentations for associate meetings.
      • Prepare benefit communications for annual enrollment, new hire enrollment and ongoing enrollment.
      • Assist and/or complete government reporting requirements (5500s, SPDs, SMMs, SARs, etc.).
      • Maintain accurate associate benefit deductions by processing, inputting and maintaining benefit information and other demographic information in the Human Resources Information System (Oracle).
      • Reconcile all benefit plan billings to ensure timely and accurate payment of vendors.
      •  Coordinate and assist with the annual retirement plan audits.
      • Ability to back-up Payroll Analyst.
      • Perform ADP Payroll system data entry. Generate reports.
      • Ability to manage time to objectives and deadlines required.
      • Make recommendations consistent with strategic goals.
      • Write and maintain benefit educational materials, procedures and other documents.
      • Maintain eligibility data feeds to plan vendors and resolve issues with plan representatives as needed.

      Required Qualifications:

      • 3+ years recent experience in administering benefit programs described in the Job Functions listed above.
      • Competent verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills, ability to work in a team environment and with associates at all organizational levels.
      • Must be highly organized, detail oriented, and self-motivated
      • Computer proficient (e.g. Microsoft Office, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook)
      • High School Diploma or equivalent required, Bachelors degree preferred
      • Job located in our Corporate Campus at East 71st & Broadway.

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      Northeast Ohio

      Customer Service Representative III (Cedar Center Branch)

      Working in a team environment, the Personal Banker / Savings Counselor will work in a Retail Branch location assisting customers with banking transactions on the Platform, in the Teller area, or over the telephone.  Primary responsibilities will focus on opening depository accounts (checking, savings, certificate of deposit, IRAs) as well as taking Equity Line/Loan applications and resolving customer issues on the platform.  The successful candidate will work in all areas of the branch.  The candidate must possess strong interpersonal skills and thrive in a team based setting. This position is available at our University Hts., OH. branch location.  

      Requirements:

      • 6 months of recent Teller experience.
      • 2 years of recent experience working in a retail branch banking location on the platform with new account openings, Equity loan applications and resolving customer issues.
      • Conventional first mortgage experience is a plus
      • Outstanding customer service skills, including professional grammar and demeanor, as well as positive, proactive, and friendly interpersonal skills are required.
      • The successful candidate will work in all areas of the branch.
      • High School graduate or equivalent.
      • To be considered, you must meet all of the basic requirements.

      NOTE: The position requires recent Retail Branch Platform and Teller experience in addition to recent Equity loan and Equity lines application experience.

      Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/Disabled/Veteran



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      To learn more about working for Third Federal, please call 1-800-THIRD-FED (1-800-844-7333) or e-mail us at employment@thirdfederal.com. In addition, our TTY phone number is (216) 429-5175.

      Third Federal is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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