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Full-Time
1142 N 2nd St
Leavenworth, KS  66048
Accounts Payable Clerk
Summary: The general purpose and objective of the Accounts Payable Specialist I is to make sure that all debts for the banks are paid and that any bills received past due are researched and bought to a current billing status. Accounts Payable Specialist I is responsible for making sure that all invoices received from each branch are correctly coded to the correct general ledger account and that all expense reports received from employees are correctly coded and directly deposited into that employees account or a live check sent via inter-office. Principal Accountabilities: • Processing of the daily mail (internally & externally) • Entry of invoices, check request etc. into the database for payment • Mailing of checks to various vendors • Setting up new vendors in the Accounts Payable system • Balancing and maintaining various spreadsheets
Qualifications:
Minimum Qualifications: • Basic typing skills – • Good phone skills for communicating with branch personnel • Experience with Ten-key calculator • General knowledge of basic office equipment, copier, fax, etc. • Basic computer proficiency • Experience with IPS, Director, Evision • Will assign/review work as needed • Light direction given (requires only general instructions to begin assigned duties and work is reviewed after completion) • There is a choice of standard procedures • Will have access to confidential employee information and vendor information • Good decision making skills • Strong professional judgment • Procedures are established, but conditions change; initiative must be exercised to overcome minor obstacles
 

Full-Time
1111 Main Street
Kansas City, MO  64105
BSA Analyst
Summary: The BSA Analyst is responsible for the ongoing review of system-generated transaction monitoring reports and investigating situations involving unusual or suspicious activity of non-complex transactions. This position will also conduct the back-office processing for completion of Currency Transaction Reports (CTRs). Additionally, the BSA Analyst will review, maintain, and update data in other areas of compliance related to the BSA (Bank Secrecy Act) and other AML (anti-money laundering) laws and regulations. Principal Accountabilities: • Monitor daily and monthly reports for suspect transaction activity. • Investigate accounts and make recommendations to either clear or to further investigate. • Contact tellers and branch managers to clarify customer transaction intentions. • Make sound subjective decisions when suspicious activity is detected and document decisions accurately. • Maintain thorough case documentation, including but not limited to, customer statements, due diligence documents, transaction images, etc. • Present written suspicious activity report (SAR) recommendations to BSA Committee on case investigations • Analyze currency transaction data and complete CTRs electronically. • Assist with BSA document and data retention activities. • Attend BSA/AML compliance training sessions to remain up-to-date on industry best practices. • Conduct all duties in compliance with applicable laws, regulations, and Bank policies and procedures. • Maintain current knowledge of laws, regulations, policies and procedures applicable to the job assignment. • Other duties related to BSA compliance as may be assigned.
Qualifications:
Minimum Qualifications: • Focus, attention to detail, problem-solving skills, and a strong attitude in favor of high quality work. • Proficient in Microsoft Word and Excel. • Excellent oral and written communication skills. • Strong organizational skills. • Ability to handle confidential information in a mature and professional manner. • Ability to work with minimal assistance. • Ability to be adaptable and flexible while responding to deadlines on assignments and workflow fluctuations. • Ability to conduct logical investigations. • Excellent time management skills and the ability to work both independently and as a member of a team. • Ability to work effectively in a multi-task, high-volume environment. • Self-motivated and results-oriented. • Good understanding of banking or financial business operations and systems. • Ability to establish and maintain effective work relationships both internally and externally. Experience • Bachelor’s degree or five years of banking experience, with two years in BSA compliance. • CAMS certification preferred. Work Environment • Normal office environment with extensive use of computer. • Full-time position of at least 37.5 hours per week. • Normal office hours of 8 am to 5 pm with one hour lunch break.
 

Full-Time
1111 Main Street
Kansas City, MO, MO  64105
Bank Center–Personal Banker/Teller Lead
The Banking Center is a high-energy, fast-paced customer service center which places innovative technology into the hands of associates who deliver exceptional service. This represents a great opportunity to be part of a new, growth-oriented banking center that provides an outstanding customer experience. Summary: The Banking Center team lead will engage in the day-to-day operations of a blended video teller and online banking team. The team lead will work directly with customers through a video link as well as through other forms of direct electronic communication and will toggle between video teller and online banking interactions. The lead will work under the direction of the banking center manager and will be responsible for supporting department objectives through direct customer interactions, adhering to quality standards, assisting other team members, and participating in training and team communications. The banking center lead will also participate in process design, problem solving and improvement initiatives as directed by the banking center manager. A successful banking center lead will be a self-starter who is comfortable interacting with customers through video and other forms of customer-facing technology such as email and live chat in order to complete banking transactions, provide customer service and support, process personal banking transactions and recommend other products and services. The banking center lead also must be able to train and assist other team members who have varying levels of banking experience while remaining focused on the delivery of exceptional customer service. Principal Accountabilities: Maintain a personally professional and presentable appearance in all internal and external customer interactions. Work among a team of customer-facing associates who are required to exhibit a strong professional and customer-focused orientation in all customer interactions. Support the center manager in the achievement of departmental goals through leading by example and adherence to quality standards, codes of conduct and professionalism. Be fully proficient in video teller, personal banking and online banking tasks and serve in a supervisory role during evening hours, on weekend shifts and as assigned by the banking center manager. Engage with customers in a professional and friendly manner while providing a positive brand experience during each customer interaction. Process bank transactions including check cashing, withdrawals, account inquires and other transactions in accordance with bank policies and procedures. Assist with troubleshooting and issue resolution tasks associated with Interactive Teller Machines and liaise appropriately with branch, operations, and IT staff in problem identification and resolution. Assist the banking center manager with setting work schedules and task assignments for the center. Contribute to the production of daily, weekly, monthly and annual reporting functions for the Banking Center to satisfy operational, managerial, and ad hoc reporting needs. Assist with the identification, development and delivery of new / improved processes related to the Banking Center, Interactive Teller Machines, Online & Mobile Banking, Customer Care, Personal Banking, and other sales and service channels to ensure new initiatives and improvements are addressed in a compliant, timely, accurate and complete manner. Support other departments (retail branches, customer care, online banking, customer relations) with Universal Teller Center customer service issues and escalations. The team lead must be able to work a schedule commensurate with Retail Branch and Interactive Teller Machine hours of operation which may include evening and weekend shift assignments. Other ad hoc duties, as assigned.
Qualifications:
Qualifications: Required • 1-2 years retail banking, bank teller, bank branch, bank operations, or equivalent experience. • Familiarity with banking products and services. • Proficient in Microsoft Office applications (beginner to intermediate level). • Ability to communicate effectively in person, on-screen, over the phone and in writing. • Ability to solve problems while working directly with external and / or internal customers. • Ability to work in fast-paced, multi-tasking environment. • Familiarity and high comfort level with a variety of electronic forms of communication – phone, video, social media. • Ability to type at least 35 words per minute. • Willingness and ability to create positive customer service experience. Preferred • Video teller, call center or other multi-media experience. • Experienced with online/mobile banking technologies and services. • Banking operations experience.
1st Shift: 7:45 AM - 4:15 PM 2nd Shift: 11:45 AM - 8:15 PM
 

Full-Time
1111 Main Street
Kansas City, MO, MO  64105
Banking Center – Personal Banker/Teller
The Banking Center is a high-energy, fast-paced customer service center which places innovative technology into the hands of associates who deliver exceptional service. This represents a great opportunity to be part of a new, growth-oriented banking center that provides an outstanding customer experience. Position Summary: The Banking Center personal banker / teller will engage with customers in a blended contact center environment consisting of interactive video and online banking interactions. Customer interactions will be handled through direct video, phone, email, live chat and other electronic forms of communication. The personal banker will toggle between video teller and online banking interactions. The banker will work as part of a team under the direction of the center manager and assigned team leads. The banker will be responsible for supporting department objectives through direct customer interactions, adhering to quality standards, and performing light administrative tasks. A successful personal banker will be a customer-focused team player who is comfortable interacting with customers through video and other forms of customer-facing technology such as email and live chat in order to complete banking transactions, provide customer service and support, process bank teller transactions and recommend other products and services. The personal banker must be focused on the delivery of exceptional customer service during each customer interaction. Principal Accountabilities: Maintain a personally professional and presentable appearance in all internal and external customer interactions. Work as part of a team of customer-facing associates who exhibit a strong professional and customer-focused orientation in all customer interactions. The ability to adhere to specific quality standards, codes of conduct and professionalism. Be fully proficient in bank teller and online banking tasks. Engage with customers in a professional and friendly manner while providing a positive brand experience during each customer interaction. Process bank transactions including check cashing, withdrawals, account inquires and other transactions and inquiries in accordance with bank policies and procedures. Assist with troubleshooting and issue resolution tasks associated with Interactive Teller Machines and liaise appropriately with center management, branch, operations, and IT staff in problem identification and resolution. Perform administrative tasks as assigned. Work with individuals in other departments (retail branches, customer care, online banking, customer relations) to address Banking Center customer service issues and escalations. The agent must be able to work a schedule commensurate with Retail Branch and Interactive Teller Machine hours of operation which may include evening and weekend shift assignments. Other ad hoc duties, as assigned.
Qualifications:
Qualifications: Required 1 year customer service, retail, or equivalent experience. Familiarity with banking products and services. Possess at least a beginner’s level proficiency in Microsoft Office applications. Ability to communicate effectively in person, on-screen, over the phone and in writing. Ability to solve problems while working directly with external and / or internal customers. Ability to work in fast-paced, multi-tasking environment. Familiarity and high comfort level with a variety of electronic forms of communication – phone, video, social media, email, etc. Ability to type at least 35 words per minute. Willingness and ability to create positive customer service experience. Preferred Bank teller, call center or other multi-media experience. Retail Banking experience. Technical support experience.
 

Full-Time
Kansas City, MO  64105
Client Solutions Spec. - Personal Banker
Summary: At Academy Bank, we are committed to delivering solutions that help our customers achieve financial freedom and peace of mind. All associates are required to conduct themselves in accordance with the Company’s Pillars of Success—People and Culture, Communication and Integration, Risk Management, Commitment to Service, Innovation and Technology, and Make it Simple. All associates are responsible for creating a professional, positive, and inclusive environment. Counsels and assists clients in opening new accounts. Advises and helps determine the type of account which will best meet the client’s needs. Performs clerical duties to open all types of accounts. Processes financial transactions for clients. Maintains supporting documents involved in these transactions. Provides outstanding service to clients by resolving problems, building relationships, handling special requests, etc. Promotes use and education of bank products and services specific to consumer’s needs. Communicates with customers in person, by telephone, and through written and electronic communication. Principal Accountabilities: • Follows the positive lead of the Sales Manager by executing the Company’s Pillars of Success with integrity and understanding and executing corporate initiatives and vision. • Greets clients and make them feel welcome to Academy Bank • Responsible for performing sales activities and consistently meeting goals established by Sales Mangers; explains, promotes and/or sells bank products and services appropriate to specific clients by understanding existing and potential clients’ needs; supports other initiatives to develop commercial and consumer business, in and outside of the banking center; understanding products, presentation of products and services, effective marketing and cross-selling techniques. • Processes bank transactions including receiving checks and cash for deposit; verifying deposit amounts and examining checks for proper endorsement; cashing of checks and paying out money after client verification; and issuance of cashier’s checks and money orders. Completes all documentation insuring that information is correct and properly recorded per requirements • Ensures an engaging an positive client experience by personally meeting high customer service standards, accepting ownership of client relationships, ensuring follow through and timely resolution of client issues; consistently displaying a positive and approachable demeanor; building a business relationship with clients; playing an essential role in finding the right solution for clients. • Demonstrates the ability to effectively use bank technology • Maintains up-to-date knowledge of changes in regulations and legislation affecting bank products and services, including by completing all required training. • Keeps supervisor and management abreast of all situations that require special attention • Adheres to bank compliance, security, and operational policies and procedures as well as financial loss standards • Maintains client information in complete confidence • Completes other specified duties as assigned
Qualifications:
Minimum Qualifications: • 2+ years in a client facing role • 1+ years sales experience • 1+ years cash handling experience • Strong client service skills • Strong communication skills • Basic math and counting skills • Team player • Independent thinking and problem solving skills • Excels at multitasking • Ability to organize and prioritize • Knowledge of common computer programs (i.e. Windows, MS Office, Email etc.) • Ability to be NMLS licensed and registered Preferred Qualifications: • Credit and /or lending experience
 

Full-Time
1111 Main St.
Kansas City, MO  64105
Commercial Banker II
Summary: The Commercial Banking Officer’s primary roll will be to grow and retain profitable relationships within the bank’s Commercial and Industrial (C&I) and Commercial Real Estate (CRE) lending segments, specifically in the Kansas City Region but, including other Regional Metropolitan Areas (Des Moines, Wichita, Omaha, Tulsa, NW Arkansas) as directed and warranted by Senior Management. The candidate for this position must have the ability to critically review, analyze structure, risk rate, and document various types of loans; cross sell other bank products; and attract new business to the bank. Strong credit analysis skills are required. This position involves both the comprehensive management of existing customer relationships, as well as the soliciting of new business opportunities through targeted prospects. The successful candidate will be responsible for managing their own Customer and Prospect Database via the Banks internal CRM Platform, currently SalesForce. Activities required include the identification, qualification and interaction, of prospects, preferably through direct calling and face-to-face efforts, with an end goal of conversion to a Bank Customer. Some overnight travel may be required from time to time. Principal Accountabilities: • Solicit, analyze, structure, risk rate, present for approval, and coordinate the documentation of commercial loan requests. • Manage pipeline reporting on his or her portfolio opportunities. • Will typically oversee a portfolio of commercial loans of up to $50MM and serve as the primary relationship manager for customers within that portfolio with the goal to (a) identify and address the needs of those customers and (b) meet the objectives of the bank with respect to the portfolio managed. • May mentor and/or manage less experienced loan administrators, portfolio managers, commercial lenders, and/or relationship managers. • Other miscellaneous duties as assigned by the Director of Kansas City Commercial Banking; Chief Executive Officer; Chief Lending Officer; or Chief Credit Officer.
Qualifications:
Minimum Qualifications: • Bachelors Degree Finance, Accounting, or Business Administration--MBA preferred. • Eight or more years of related commercial lending or portfolio management experience. The candidate should be goal-oriented. Strong leadership, planning, negotiating, and organizational skills are required. Excellent interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills, including a demonstrated ability to communicate complex data and structural components to a variety of people, are also required. Strong internal and external customer service skills, including the ability to timely identify and address issues, are expected. The candidate needs to be a self-disciplined, self-motivated individual possessing a team building spirit.
 

Full-Time
1111 Main St.
Kansas City, MO  64105
Consumer Lending Specialist Lead
Summary: Consumer Lending Operations based position primarily responsible for coordinationg staff workflow in providing accurate loan documents in a timely manner, creating a positive footprint for quality information to be entered into the core loan system, projects as assigned by management, and problem resolution associated with functions within Loan Operations. Ability to monitor automated processes to identify breakages or opportunities. Principal Accountabilities: The position requires interaction with customers verbally and other department members. Occasional exposure to executive management and Loan Operations management is expected.
Qualifications:
Minimum Qualifications: • College Degree • Previous loan operations experience required. • Automation of centralized lending operations experience preferred. • Must have elevated and functional knowledge of MS Office suite.
 

Full-Time
1111 Main St.
Suite 302
Kansas City, MO  64105
Credit Analyst II
Summary: Ability to apply skills toward effective financial analysis of borrower’s financial statements, cash flow analysis, and analysis of commercial credit. The individual will be able to perform credit analysis of larger commercial credits with the expectation that progress will be made toward more complex credit analysis after fulfilling the minimum job responsibilities. Well-written credit analysis with minimal revisions made by supervisor or department head. Principal Accountabilities: The Credit Analyst II will be able to perform the following tasks: • Financial statement spreads. • Financial analysis of commercial loans (both real estate and commercial and industrial). Commercial credits will be more complex with potential for multiple collateral types, financial statement analysis of multiple guarantors, and industries with limited number of companies. • Prepare financial analysis on unique commercial property types such as special purpose or commercial businesses with limited market share. • Strong understanding of accounting treatments typically found in financial statements of larger commercial credits. • Prepare well-written financial analysis of loans for presentation to loan officers and/or loan committee. • Complete financial analysis reports that are completed in a quality manner and within service time line expectations. • Compliance with the Mutual Charter Agreement between Credit/Underwriting and Commercial/Special Assets Relationship Management as posted on the Bank’s Intranet. • Effective communicator with lending officers, supervisors, and co-workers to provide for effective follow up on credit reviews. • Mentor to Credit Analyst I. • Other special projects or other tasks as required by supervisor/manager.
Qualifications:
Minimum Qualifications: The Credit Analyst II will generally have 3 to 7 years of experience with financial statement analysis, commercial loan review, accounting financial analysis, or similar work experience. The Credit Analyst II will generally possess an undergraduate degree in either the field of accounting, finance, real estate, business administration, or related field. The Credit Analyst II will generally have experience in larger size credits in excess of $1 million.
 

Full-Time
1111 Main St
Kansas City, MO  64105
Database Administrator II
Summary: The Database Administrator II position is responsible for administering, maintaining, and implementing policies to ensure security, integrity, and efficiency of all DFC databases. The DBA 2 position is responsible for a variety of databases including Oracle 9 and 10, SQL Server 2000, 2005, and 2008, MS Access, MySQL, Pervasive, MSDE, IBM DB2 and various proprietary databases. Principal Accountabilites: • Produce o Execute the DFC disaster recovery plan as it relates to DFC databases as required. o Test databases and scripts using the database test environments for application upgrades, disaster recovery plan testing, backup planning, etc. o Support a standardized plan to manipulate and transfer data to/from outside entities (including customers) using EDI, XML, OFX, and other standard data transfer methods. o Develop and maintain various scripts written using visual basic, batch files, Perl, and other scripting languages as necessary. o Develop and maintain Pervasive processes and maps for transforming data between various systems in use by DFC. o Maintain a list of all DFC databases including associated applications and servers. • Monitor o Monitor database performance and troubleshoot performance issues as they arise. o Monitor all database backup processes to ensure data integrity and security. o Monitor database capacity, integrity, and security. • Manage 1. Use NX Services to manage user rights and data access on mainframe shares. 2. Will assist in the implementation of new database technology (software and hardware) as instructed to enhance the quality and scope of service to DFC institutions and customers. 3. Liaison between the company and outside database vendors and consultants. 4. Execute policies and procedures for implementing and maintaining DFC database systems to ensure the data is accurate, available, and secure. 5. Will have regular contact with data center employees to accomplish daily support activities. Data Center relationships will be conducted in a professional manner that will enhance the overall service quality of the Armed Forces Data Center.
Qualifications:
Minimum Qualifications: Qualifications for the DBA 2 position include Associates Degree in Computer Information Science or related field or comparable job related experience. Continued education with various database, file manipulation, and scripting packages required as it applies.
 

Part-Time
1111 Main St
Kansas City, MO  64105
Executive Administrative Assistant
Summary: This position will be responsible for providing high-level administrative support to the SVP, Director of Information of Technology, as well as other members of IT management by conducting research, preparing statistical reports, handling information requests, and performing business support functions such as preparing correspondence, coordinating visitors, arranging conference calls and scheduling meetings. Position will have primary responsibility for managing administrative deliverables including report compiliation, inter- and intra-correspondence from IT management. Principal Accountabilites: • Manage deliverables; organize and coordinate workflow, manage multiple tasks, deadlines and projects. • Create agendas and minutes for meetings chaired by the Director of IT and other senior staff. Track the completion of action items resulting from these meetings. • Assist with general operations and staff meetings, data or report requests. • Create and distribute reports, memos, information requests by collecting and aggregating data and information from various department managers, staff members, and systems. • File and retrieve documents and reference materials. • Manage and maintain executives’ schedules by coordinating meetings and events, area conference rooms and make travel arrangements for IT management and staff. • Update and maintain specified contact lists, policies, procedures, standards, and other documentation. • Manage and execute small projects. • Manage and direct incoming calls and correspondence. • Assist with budget and expense management activities.
Qualifications:
Minimum Qualifications: • Requires a high school diploma with at least 5 years of experience in the field or in a related area, although a college education is preferred. • Proficient computer skills with advanced skills utlizing Microsoft Office Suite and Adobe Professional. • Previous successful experience as a senior administrative assistant that allows leader to focus on core business functions. • Must have excellent written and verbal communication skills, organization skills, and attention to detail. • Proven customer service and follow up skills. Physical Requirements: The work environment is typical of a standard office setting. The position is sedentary, exerting 0 – 10 lbs. of force occasionally and/or a negligible amount of force frequently. It involves sitting most of the time but may also involve walking or standing for brief periods of time. Reaching may be required involving extending arms in any direction. Office equipment, such as a computer and telephone will be used requiring the use of hands and fingers to manipulate a keyboard or keypad. Visual ability to read a computer screen or written documents is necessary. Speaking ability to express or exchange ideas; impart oral information to customers or to the public; or convey detailed or important spoken instructions by means of the spoken word is required. Hearing is necessary to receive detailed information through oral communication.
 

Full-Time
4325 N. Washington Blvd
P.O. Box 9719
Nellis AFB, NV  89191

Full-Time
1720 Marshall Rd.
P.O. Box 6071
Fort Bliss, TX  79906

Full-Time
108 McNair Rd.
Building 451
P.O. Box 1759
Fort Myer, VA  22211
Mortgage Banker
Summary: You will be able to sell direct to customers and solicit customers indirectly through third parties such as realtors, builders, and developers. You will continually identify, develop and maintain proactive and exceptional service-based relationships with retail branches and other clients that can serve as a recurring source of referrals for new mortgage lending opportunities. You will be responsible to develop mortgage lead sources, respond timely to customer inquiries and Bank referrals, analyze borrowers financial and credit data, determine customer financing objectives, advise borrowers of product/pricing policies and guidelines, submit complete applications, help processing team to proactively gather required documentation, and ensure loans are closed within 30 days. Principal Accountabilities: • Originate loans based on outside sales activity. • Meet minimum funding requirement starting the third full month of employment. • Supervise Mortgage Loan Assistant, if one is assigned to you. • Maintain high-quality, compliant loan files for loans you originate.
Qualifications:
Qualifications: Our ideal candidate must be able to build exceptional relationships with customers and referral sources. The candidate must exhibit strong product knowledge and employ a high-touch, consultative sales approach when providing recommendations to customers based on financial analysis and the customer's financial needs, goals and circumstances. Candidate must have the ability to meet minimum funding requirements starting the third full month of employment. Must maintain all required licenses and registration, including NMLS registration. Additional requirements include:
 

Part-Time
240 W. Fitzgerald Blvd.
Building 6001
Edwards AFB, CA  93524

Part-Time
Building 2017
San Diego, CA  92135

Full-Time
2260 Callagan Hwy
Building s/b 3379, Suite 1
San Diego, CA  92136

Part-Time
3301 Surface Navy Blvd.
Building 3301
San Diego, CA  92136

Part-Time
Mather St.
Building 648
P.O. Box 1448
Travis AFB, CA  94535

Part-Time
6384 Wetzel Ave.
Building 1512
P.O. Box 13007
Colorado Springs, CO  80902

Part-Time
6110 Martinez St.
Building 6110
Colorado Springs, CO  80902

Full-Time
5122 Community Center Dr.
U.S. Air Force Academy
USAF Academy, CO  80840

Part-Time
5122 Community Center Dr.
U.S. Air Force Academy
USAF Academy, CO  80840

Part-Time
2348 Sijan Hall Dr.
U.S. Air Force Academy
Building 2348, Sijan Hall
USAF Academy, CO  80841

Full-Time
3108 N. Boundary Blvd.
Bldg 926
MacDill AFB, FL  33608

Part-Time
4343 George St.
Bldg 904, Moody Mail Service
PMB 141
Moody AFB, GA  31699

Part-Time
2819 Spaulding Ave.
Great Lakes, IL  60088

Part-Time
330 Kansas Ave.
Building 700
Fort Leavenworth, KS  66027

Part-Time
429 W. 18th St
Junction City, KS  66441

Part-Time
131 Gold Vault Road
Fort Knox, KY  40121

Part-Time
(Inside the PX)
127 Gold Vault Road
Fort Knox, KY  40121

Part-Time
143 Replacement Ave.
Building 487
Fort Leonard Wood, MO  65473

Part-Time
4325 N. Washington Blvd
P.O. Box 9719
Nellis AFB, NV  89191

Part-Time
5691 Rickenbacker Rd.
Bldg 431
Nellis AFB, NV  89191

Part-Time
(Inside the PX)
1611 Marshall Road
Fort Bliss, TX  79906

Part-Time
7800 Hampton Blvd.
Joint Forces Staff College, Bldg SC-400
P.O. Box 55041 (zip code for mailing 23505)
Norfolk, VA  23511

Part-Time
101 W. Spaatz Rd.
Bldg 2465
Fairchild AFB, WA  99011

Part-Time
North 12th and Pendleton Ave
Building 2130
P.O. Box 331029
Fort Lewis, WA  98433

Part-Time
550 Barnes Blvd.
P.O. Box 4038
McChord AFB, WA  98438
Personal Banker I
The Personal Banker serves and assists customers through teller transactions, disputes, accounts and loans, to create a high level of customer service, and also sells products to create new business for the bank. The Personal Banker will also watch for fraud and illegal activities. Principal Accountabilities: · Performs teller transactions; cashes checks, makes cash/check deposits, saving and checking withdrawals, scanning work on imager, and handles cash · Open checking, savings accounts, money markets, VIP, holiday club, and business accounts. Also open certificates and IRAs as well as debit cards, checks and loans. · Assist customers with turning debit cards back on, giving balances, answering questions about accounts, and selling products. Also take complaints and try to better bank relationships with customers · Do In-store marketing in the Wal-Mart Store, call local businesses to post flyers in break rooms, hang flyers at apartment complexes, and travel to businesses to hand out information and talk with supervisors · Clean the branch, balance the vault, do cash sheets, buy and sell money to Loomis, make sign boards, make calls on the deficit report, and decorate for customer comfort
Qualifications:
Minimum Qualifications: · Typing – 50 WPM · Good phone skills to communicate with customers and employees · Experience with ten-key calculator · Basic knowledge of general office equipment, copier, fax, etc. · Basic computer proficiency · Experience with Word, Integrated Teller, Navigator, Novell, Deposit Pro, ONE Interface, Excel, Imager · Ability to organize own work with very little direction · Problems require analysis based on precedent · Strong decision making skills · Excellent professional judgment and attention to detail · Sales Aptitude · Procedures are established, but conditions change; initiative must be exercised to overcome minor obstacles
 

Full-Time
1111 Main St.
Kansas City, MO  64105
Post Closing
Summary: The Post Closing position is responsible for shipping closed mortgage loans for purchase to investors adhering to specified deadlines and procedures. Collects, maintains, and packages final loan documents and forwards to investors. Principal Accountabilities: Specific duties include, but are not limited to: • Arranges closed loan packages in submission order for investors by organizing files and preparing signature assignments, good-bye letters and insurance letters. • Examines packages to ensure completeness and photocopies file contents prior to shipping and enters shipping dates into computer system. • Packages and addresses files for shipping and maintains all associated records. • Prepares and mails signature assignments to courthouse for recording after loans are purchased. Sends final documents to investors and monitors loans with outstanding documents. • Photocopies title policies, recorded mortgages and assignments, and sends to investors according to specified deadlines and examine documents for accuracy and completeness. • Prepares required paperwork, including purchase advices and accounting reports, when investors purchase loans. • Mails assignments and good-bye letters and maintains necessary records. • Understanding of receiving funds and the accounts reconciliation process.
Qualifications:
Minimum Qualifications: The requirements listed below are indicative of the skills, knowledge and ability required for success in this position: • Must work well in a fast paced environment. • Must be able to multi-task. • Must show strong initiative. • Possess good organizational skills. • Possess a substantial knowledge of guidelines, procedures and regulatory requirements for all types of loans offered by the Bank. • Possess the ability to use mortgage loan systems and software necessary to perform the duties. • Must possess the interpersonal skills to communicate with investors. • This position may require S.A.F.E. registration. All employees who will be engaged in residential mortgage originations must register with the federal registry system and maintain a status in good standing under the SAFE act requirements. • Other duties as assigned. Qualifications: • A minimum of a high school education, and one-year experience in the closing and shipping of mortgage loan applications is necessary. • Prior use and exposure to standard loan operating systems (LOS) and automated underwriting systems (AUS) a plus.
 

Full-Time
1111 Main Street
Kansas City, MO  64105
Retail Banking Recruiter
Summary: Under the direction of the Manager of Associate Relations and the Director of Human Resources, the Retail Banking Recruiter is responsible for implementing all facets of the recruiting services provided to Academy Bank’s retail banking centers. Initially, the position will assist in revamping the company’s recruiting processes and systems to centralize and standardize more of the recruiting procedures. Principal Accountabilities: • Assist in building exceptional employment brand for Academy Bank, including maintaining on-line job sites, responding to reviews, and building employment brand awareness. • Assist in the development and execution of recruiting plans, including initial project of centralizing and standardizing more of the recruiting procedures. • Network through industry contacts, association memberships, trade groups, and current associates to source viable candidates for retail banking centers in assigned area. • Coordinate and implement college and job fair recruiting initiatives, including regular attendance at career fairs for recruiting and Company recognition. • Work with retail Banking Center Managers and Regional Sales Managers on recruiting needs, including regular follow-up on effectiveness of recruiting efforts. • Efficiently and effectively fill open positions in a manner that reduces turnover, meeting or exceeding goals set by Manager of Associate Relations and Director of Human Resources. • Develop a pool of qualified candidates in advance of business needs. • Hire candidates for Personal Banker positions, including review of applications; conducting screening and full interviews using behavioral interviewing techniques; checking references, sending offer and rejection letters as appropriate; sending initial onboarding paperwork. • Oversee background check process for candidates sourced, including the processing of background checks, the vendor relationship, and compliance with Fair Credit Reporting Act and EEOC in all background check processes such as sending pre-adverse action letters where appropriate, sending adverse action letters where appropriate, and communicating with business partners on hiring of new associates. • Use applicant tracking system to accurately record status of applicants. • Assist with assessment of current applicant tracking system and other potential systems to determine whether implementation of new system would benefit the company’s recruiting objectives. Assist with implementation of new system, if appropriate. • Communicate with new associates, including preparing and sending new hire paperwork and orientation packages and following up on associate’s integration into Company. • Research and recommend new sources for active and passive candidate recruiting. • Back-up job posting responsibilities, including entering job postings of openings internally, on Company web sites, with third party vendors, and with state boards, all in compliance with Affirmative Action requirements. • Utilize Internet, including social media, for recruiting efforts. • Keep abreast of federal and state employment and labor laws that relate to employment, including but not limited to EEO, Affirmative Action, FMLA, ADAAA, FLSA, NLRA, ADEA, USERRA, VEVRAA, HIPAA, OSHA, and Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. • Maintain all applicant and interview data, including data required for Affirmative Action reporting. • Additional duties as assigned.
Qualifications:
Minimum Qualifications: • Bachelor’s degree • Minimum of three (3) years in recruiting • Proven knowledge of employment and labor laws and recruiting best practices. • Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills and be able to provide evidence of the same. • Demonstrated excellent judgment concerning recruiting issues. • Proven interpersonal, diplomatic and negotiation skills to deal with employees across all levels and departments. • Demonstrated knowledge of behavioral interviewing techniques. • Excellent organizational skills. • Proficiency in Microsoft Office products, including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. • Ability and willingness to project positive attitude and promote Company to job candidates, industry, and professional network.
 

Full-Time
Kansas City, MO  64105
Salesforce System Administrator
Summary: The Salesforce.com Administrator position is the owner and administrator of the Salesforce.com database and application environment. The position is the liaison between Executive Management, Information Technology, Sales, Marketing, Credit Administration as well as others. (S)he will work with stakeholders to define requirements, configure the application to ensure the application meets their needs and delivers the tools necessary to manage and analyze customer and competitor contact information, the selling process and sales funnel. The Salesforce System Administrator will set up reporting dashboards, monitor system availability and performance, activate new features, answer user questions, and provide training as needed. Principal Accountabilities: • Responsible for configuring and enhancing the Salesforce.com application, leveraging experience with built-in admin, reporting, and development tools • Maintain data integrity through deduplication, standardization, verification as well as the importing and exporting of data • Develop and execute solution design activities such as data mapping, object modeling, page layout design, workflows, and rule logic definition in the context of the Salesforce application • Create users, customize and implement profiles, security settings, roles and data sharing rules • Design and produce and maintain dashboards and reports as required by executives and users of the application • Assess training needs and create and maintain training materials and user documentation as well as provide user training • Serve as subject-matter expert on sources, definitions, and procedures for capturing, accessing, extracting, and processing data • Work closely with stakeholders, sales groups and technical teams to define and develop strategies for improving and enhancing the existing data infrastructure across different business units in the organization • Design and create workflows including automated alerts, field updates, and email generation • Analyze user requirements and issues, provide best fit solutions while maintaining the integrity of the existing applications • Create custom fields, objects, tabs and workflows as required to meet business objectives • Implement and drive user adoption of Salesforce features such as Chatter as well as new features and product enhancements • Keep abreast of new Salesforce features and functionality using this knowledge to provide recommendations for process improvements, and update end users. • Create and maintain documentation on processes, policies, application configuration and help related materials for users as Salesforce • Monitor user adoption rates and determine whether additional training sessions, communication, modifications, or other resources are needed; implement as appropriate • Work with stakeholders to identify new and creative opportunities to leverage the database to support additional business processes or functions • Manage the software testing process, devising test plans, creating test cases, establishing protocols and appropriate testing environments • Other duties as assigned
Qualifications:
Minimum Qualifications: • BS Degree in Sales, Marketing or related field • 3 to 5 years Salesforce.com Administration experience • Strong understanding of Salesforce.com best practices and functionality • Excellent project management and organization skills • Understanding of relational databases and database integrity tools • Experience using data loader and de-duplication tools • Excellent written and oral communication skills as well as the ability to speak in front of large groups • Ability to prioritize workload, gather and analyze detailed information, think logically and in a process oriented fashion • An intimate knowledge of the selling process and sales funnel • Strong research, troubleshooting, and creative problem-solving skills • Ability to work independently, as well as part of a team on multiple projects Preferred Qualifications: • Salesforce.com certification is a plus
 

Full-Time
1111 Main St.
Kansas City, MO  64105
Staff Internal Auditor
Corporate Audit Fieldwork a. Perform audit fieldwork demonstrating a proficient level of understanding in the areas of: accounting practices, operating procedures, systems, computer assisted audit techniques, control issues and regulatory compliance for the purpose of successfully performing the audit engagement. b. Complies with department policies and procedures for the purpose of completing audit objectives in accordance with departmental standards. c. Develops applicable procedures for the purpose of updating the audit program. d. Identifies and facilitates reportable audit findings and observations for the purpose of management communication. Branch Audit a. Plan, execute and report the results of branch internal audits. b. Develop applicable procedures for the purpose of updating the branch audit approach and program. c. Perform reviewer responsibilities, including audit summarization, to ensure audit objectives are met, adequate, practical coverage is achieved, and overall conclusions are sufficiently and accurately reported and supported. Assume additional responsibilities as requested by the DIA, AS or SIA for the purpose of facilitating department objectives.
Qualifications:
1. Unquestionable ethics and integrity, objectivity, probing inquisitiveness, and a high tolerance for stress under adversarial conditions. 2. Cooperates with auditees, superiors, peers and subordinates. 3. Ability to read, write, hear and speak English. 4. Excellent computer skills, including MS Office and ACL. Ability to easily learn new applications/software. 5. Prior public accounting experience, specializing in financial institutions, and/or bank internal audit experience preferred. 6. Understanding of assigned area of responsibility. 7. Prior experience in project management, auditing and/or internal control consulting, and risk management utilizing various automated tools and techniques preferred. 8. Bachelors or advanced degree from an accredited college or university. Must have access to a vehicle to travel from the office to remote locations when necessary. Work extended hours from time to time. Ability to travel up to 30% of the time.
 

Full-Time
Mather St.
Building 648
P.O. Box 1448
Travis AFB, CA  94535

Full-Time
3108 N. Boundary Blvd.
Bldg 926
MacDill AFB, FL  33608

Part-Time
4343 George St.
Bldg 904, Moody Mail Service
PMB 141
Moody AFB, GA  31699

Full-Time
2210 Trooper Dr.
Building 2210
Fort Riley, KS  66442

Part-Time
2210 Trooper Dr.
Building 2210
Fort Riley, KS  66442

Full-Time
5691 Rickenbacker Rd.
Bldg 431
Nellis AFB, NV  89191

Full-Time
13471 Sgt Major Blvd.
Mail: PO Box 6071 El Paso, TX 79906
East Bliss, TX  79916

Full-Time
Building 504
McChord AFB, WA  98438
Supervisor
Summary: Plans, directs and organizes daily operational activities of a banking center, primarily at Exchange locations. The Exchange is a 7-day-a-week working environment with Supervisors managing different shifts during the day at different times during the week. Ensures that bank operations procedures are followed and supervises a staff of employees ensuring customer needs are met. Conducts all related business transactions for customers along with cross-selling products and services to meet targeted sales objectives. Promotes and markets products throughout the Exchange to increase account relationships. Principal Accountabilities: Ensures branch operations policies are followed and customer service needs are met Supervises, plans and directs staff promoting product sales and service Coordinates and assigns work, ensuring adequate coverage on assigned shift Opens or closes branch daily Approves transactions and assists in customer disputes In Exchange locations, ensures Exchange management needs are met Responsible for vault balancing and reconciliation Demonstrates effective communications skills, both verbal and written
Qualifications:
Minimum Qualifications: One-year prior supervisory experience One-year prior banking experience One-year cash handling experience Knowledge of bank operations and compliance Ability to track results, complete required reports with computer proficiency Must be able to assist customers with financial matters Ability to supervise 4-5 employees Must possess problem-solving skills and decision-making skills Working knowledge of bank products and services Strong attention to detail Strong interpersonal skills Effective time management, organization and delegation skills Ability to work well with teams Knowledge of general office equipment
 

We are looking for employment candidates who are professional, diplomatic, and courteous. Experience preferred.

We offer:
  • Medical Insurance
  • Group Life Insurance
  • Short and Long Term Disability Insurance
  • "401 K" Retirement Plan
  • Paid Holidays
  • The bank offers a Checking Account
Armed Forces Bank is an Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/D/V

Armed Forces Bank is part of a military banking group that specializes in military banking and serves Army, Air Force, Navy, and Marine communities throughout the United States. We operate full-service branches inside the Main Exchange on most of these installations. These branches offer 7-day-a-week banking and are open during Exchange business hours.
Armed Forces Bank Participates in E-Verify

N O T I C E :
Federal law requires all employers to verify the identity and employment eligibility of all persons hired to work in the United States.


Armed Forces Bank will provide the Social Security Administration (SSA) and, if necessary, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), with information from each new employee's Form I-9 to confirm work authorization.

IMPORTANT: If the Government cannot confirm that you are authorized to work, Armed Forces Bank is required to provide you written instructions and an opportunity to contact SSA and/or DHS before taking adverse action against you, including terminating your employment.

Armed Forces Bank may not use E-Verify to pre-screen job applicants or to re-verify current employees and may not limit or influence the choice of documents presented for use on the Form I-9. In order to determine whether Form I-9 documentation is valid, Armed Forces Bank uses E-Verify's photo screening tool to match the photograph appearing on some permanent resident and employment authorization cards with the official U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services' (USCIS) photograph.

If you believe that Armed Forces Bank has violated its responsibilities under this program or has discriminated against you during the verification process based upon your national origin or citizenship status, please call the Office of Special Counsel at 1-800-255-7688 (TDD: 1-800-237-2515).

For more information on E-Verify, please contact DHS at 1-888-464-4218.