Does this sound like you?
Are you passionate about serving your community and helping your neighbors? Are you talented, creative or hard-working? All of the above? Do you want to work in a fun and rewarding environment? As a member of the CSB team, not only will you experience our supportive work culture, but you will also receive the opportunities, tools and encouragement critical for professional growth.
At Community State Bank, we are more than just a bank, we focus on building strong successful partnerships based on respect and trust. Our goal is providing opportunity to our customers, employees, and the communities we serve.
We believe taking care of our staff is just as important as taking care of our customers.
- Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP)
- 401(k) plan
- Medical, dental and vision coverage
- Generous vacation and personal leave time
- Health/dental insurance plan
- Group term life insurance
- Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
- Employee discount on banking products and services
- Health and wellness program (yoga, self-defense classes, etc.)
- Networking opportunities (employee-exclusive events, teambuilding, etc.)
- Community service opportunities
- Opportunities for professional growth
As a Universal Banker III, you’ll be the first person our friends and neighbors meet when they visit the bank, chat with us online, or need help over the phone. Our commitment is focused on providing a quality, friendly and efficient customer experiences that exceed expectations.
Universal Bankers help customers in a variety of ways. They help process transactions, open accounts, field questions, and assist their local banking team. Another important responsibility of Universal Bankers, and all CSB employees, is to utilize and understand the products, services, and technology available to them. By utilizing this knowledge, Universal Bankers help customers make informed decisions that pair the appropriate products and services with their needs.
Qualifications: A successful Universal Banker III candidate must be an excellent communicator, a great teammate, have the ability to make informed decisions, and exercise sound judgment.
Education: High school diploma or equivalent GED. Previous banking or sales experience is preferred, but not required.
Work Environment: Fast paced team environment.
The Senior Financial Officer (SFO) is responsible for applying his/her professional knowledge and skills in the preparation and presentation of financial and other decision oriented information to assist management in its decision making process. In addition, this individual is responsible for supervising the duties and staff of the accounting department. These duties include: general ledger account balancing, correspondent bank statement balancing, deposit account reconciliation, accounts payable processing, fixed asset tracking, periodic report preparation, exam and audit coordination, and supply ordering for the bank. Additionally the individual will assist the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) with various general ledger and research projects.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities: This list includes the current primary responsibilities of this position. It is not intended to be all-inclusive and is subject to change, as needed, for the purpose of operational efficiency.
- Obtain and maintain a thorough understanding of the entire financial reporting and general ledger structure.
- Ensure the accurate and timely monthly, quarterly and year-end close.
- Ensure the accurate and timely reporting of all financial information.
- Prepare the quarterly Call Report.
- Prepare monthly board reports.
- Analyze and interpret financial information to assist management in the decision making process.
- Prepare general ledger reconciliations, as necessary.
- Review the periodic reconciliations prepared by department staff for accuracy.
- Prepare entries to the general ledger utilizing paper based entries and on-line entry capabilities.
- Coordinate internal audits and exams.
- Assist in the coordination of the bank’s annual financial statement audit.
- Assist bank personnel with issues related to the general ledger or other accounting activities, payables and prepaid.
- Balance securities portfolio.
- Prepare quarterly tax estimates.
- Daily Fed Fund management.
- CDARS program accounting.
- Assist with salary continuation and BOLI.
- Participate in the management of investment portfolio.
- Member of the ALCO Committee, and play a role in the ALCO process.
- Work with the CFO on the annual budgeting process.
- The daily management of Accounting & Business Office staff.
- Perform other relevant duties as assigned.
- College degree required, emphasis in accounting or finance preferred.
- CPA or working towards CPA preferred.
- 4+ years of previous accounting experience required.
- 1+ year of management experience, preferred.
- Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, both written and oral.
- Ability to work with detailed information in an efficient and accurate manner, while meeting established deadlines.
- Proficient computer skills, particularly in using Microsoft Office Tools, and the bank’s current software system.
- Excellent organizational and problem solving skills.
- Motivated individual with the ability to work independently.
- Knowledge of general accounting principles.
- Physical Demands:
- Normal office activity.
- May require long periods of typing and repetitive motion.
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