Regional Manager

RESPONSIBILITIES: Coach and motivate branch teams to develop new deposit and loan business, provide superior levels of customer relations, and promote sales and service culture. Achieve branch and region sales goals through new business sales, referrals, and retention of account relationships through coaching, guidance, and staff motivation. Provide leadership, training, and supervision; delegate daily operations to Branch Managers and Assistant Branch Managers as appropriate. Attain established region and Company goals through active participation in sales management and officer call programs. Participate in community events to increase Company visibility and to enhance new and existing business opportunities; work with appropriate lines of business partners to maximize opportunities. Perform supervisory duties for direct reports and assist with coordinating managerial staff coverage within region. Ensure branches within region are operationally sound and compliant with Audit, policies and procedures, security, and regulatory requirements. Oversee staffing, performance management, expense management, and recruitment and development activities within region. QUALIFICATIONS: Education/Certifications/Experience: Bachelor's Degree or equivalent experience required 6+ years of experience in banking, financial services or retail sales required 3+years of supervisory or performance management experience required Ability to achieve NMLS certification and Signature Guarantee certification Skills/Knowledge: Demonstrated management, supervisory and employee development skills Solid sales skills and ability to motivate/coach sales team Strong communication skills, both written and verbal; comfortable communicating with customers, co-workers, management, and community influences Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite: Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint Strong analytical skills; attention to detail and ability to prioritize work and meet deadlines Requisition ID : 1183
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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