Financial Services Officer

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Start date: 2014-09-22T12:18:08.97
Salary period: Annual
Financial Services Officer (Ag Consumer) Job #11264 Farm Credit Mid-America is seeking a Financial Services Officer (FSO) to serve Dandridge, Tennessee. The Financial Services Officers primary responsibilities center on building relationships with customers in the assigned market. The FSO will use his or her knowledge of agriculture and finance to fully understand the customer s or prospect s business and personal plans and then market the FCS financial services that best meet their needs. After initially screening for soundness, the FSO submits the information to an analyst, underwriter or scoring system for final decision. The FSO leads the customer relationship and often coordinates with others to serve the customers loan, lease, crop insurance and servicing needs. A typical day after training might include: Building relationships with team members and prospects Calling on customers and influencers Preparing and assessing financial information Preparing documents Closing deals Servicing loans PR at community events (county fairs, auctions, advisory meetings) Creating and implementing marketing strategies Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor s degree in agriculture, business or related field and one to three years of experience in sales of financial services or credit analysis. Significant knowledge of agricultural industry (personal, professional or educational) is required. Salary is dependent upon experience. To be considered an applicant, you must: Meet minimum qualifications for the position Submit your resume by 09/26/2014 to: Careers, Job Opportunities, indicating the specific position for which you are applying Check out our Benefits! Once on our Web site, click on Careers, Employee Benefits and then click on Employee Benefits Presentation

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