Supervisor, Credit Management

Credit Union Atlantic (CUA) is a locally owned financial institution serving the needs of individuals and businesses in the Halifax Regional Municipality.  With over 18,000 members, CUA is one of the largest credit unions in Atlantic Canada and has eight locations in the Halifax Regional Municipality.  Our success is the result of the quality of our employees who are committed to exceptional customer service and team orientation.  CUA would like to invite qualified, enthusiastic and committed individuals to apply for the following career opportunity:

Supervisor, Credit Management

Reporting to the Vice President, Member Services, the Supervisor, Credit Management is responsible for leading the delinquency control process and ensuring mitigation of loss from delinquency accounts.  She/He will also administer all collections activities for CUA’s personal and commercial loans portfolio, which includes following compliance guidelines, positively impacting the member experience, monitoring and timely repayment.

Attributes:
As the successful candidate, you have a proven ability to ensure an outstanding quality of service experience for all personal and commercial members during the impaired loan / collection process.  You proactively work toward ensuring overall delinquency and write-offs with members are mitigated, while ensuring proper delinquency / collection processes are followed and members are engaged in the overall process.  You continually exercise due diligence during the collection process; reviewing and analyzing delinquency information; calculating the appropriate ratio analyses; understanding all legal aspects of the collection process and preparing all required reports for the Board’s Credit Committee, ensuring accuracy, completeness and high quality.

Education/Experience:

  • University or college graduate plus have one to three years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience;
  • Lending experience, delinquency management  and work with legal documents considered an asset;
  • Superior quality of service mindset;
  • Strong administrative background;
  • Strong collection experience including foreclosures;
  • Superior knowledge of bankruptcy and legal processes of collections;
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills;
  • Demonstrated emotional intelligence (personal and social competence); and,
  • Strong knowledge of financial products and services.

Closing date for this opportunity is April 25, 2014 at 9:00 a.m.

Method of Applying:  Applicants are required to complete a resume and covering letter to careers@cua.com.  We thank everyone for their interest; however only those considered for an interview will be contacted.  Thank you for your interest in joining the CUA team!