Bank of the Valley has a job opening for a Part-time Teller at our Schuyler branch.  The Part-time Teller will be responsible for assisting customers with their financial transactions.  Other duties will include paying out and receiving cash and answering customer inquiries, resolving complaints, and servicing our ATM.

Cash handling and/or customer service experience is a plus.

The schedule for this job is Monday through Friday 1:30 p.m. until 5:45 p.m. and every other Saturday 7:45 a.m. until 10:45 a.m.

Bank of the Valley is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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Bank of the Valley has a job opening for a Community President in Bellwood, Nebraska.  The Community President will manage and be responsible for daily operations of the branch, either directly or through subordinates.  The incumbent makes necessary decisions to improve branch profitability and growth.  The Community President motivates and monitors branch performance and creates a productive work environment. This position will also promote goodwill for bank through active participation in community organizations and events.

Essential Functions and Responsibilities

  • Responsible for daily operations of branch including lending, customer service, safety and security, and product sales.
  • Responsible for maintaining and growing your own loan portfolio.
    • Collect and analyze financial information and related data to establish credit worthiness and credit terms.
    • Counsel customers regarding advantages and disadvantages of different credit arrangements, investments, business management and other financial matters.
    • Approve and process loans within specified lending limits as outlined in the Bank’s loan policy.
    • Prepare and forward requests to Senior Loan Committee when specified limits are exceeded.
    • Conduct farm and business calls to verify collateral security and promote good will.
    • Analyze master note activity; compare to projected cash flow.
    • Prepare collateral inspection reports as required.
    • Monitor classified and problem loans to prevent further deterioration of credit loan losses.
    • Suggest and implement collection procedures when necessary.
    • Maintain complete and accurate loan documentation consistent with credit file system; ensure documentation exceptions are noted.
  • Participate in Senior Loan Committee.
  • Follow policies, procedures, and regulations affecting the bank, which include, but are not limited to: BSA, lending, and security.
  • Maintain detailed knowledge of all bank products, policies, and procedures.
  • Promote sales and service through guidance and staff motivation.
  • Develop new deposit and loan business.
  • Provide leadership to the branch by delegating day-to-day operational tasks to other branch personnel.
  • Responsible for attaining branch goals through active participation in sales and officer call programs.
  • Review daily reports in regards to overdrafts and past dues.
  • Ensure that the branch office environment and facilities are maintained appropriately.
  • Handle employee relations at the branch.  This will include recommendations on hiring and termination to appropriate management.
  • Recommend salary adjustments for bank office staff annually or whenever appropriate and communicate board approved salary adjustments to employees.
  • Provide training, mentoring, and development of staff, including coaching, effective supervision and timely feedback and direction.
  • Participate in Manager Meetings.
  • Lead branch staff meetings.
  • Provide recognition and encouragement to staff, as appropriate.
  • Assist in branch projection with regard to budget for each upcoming year.
  • Provide responses to loan and compliance reviews as requested.
  • Participate in community activities to increase the Bank’s visibility and to increase new and existing business opportunities.
  • Respond to bank alarm calls and follow all established protocols.
  • Ensure the safety and proper training of all branch employees.
  • Complete all other duties as assigned.

Required Skills

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills and interpersonal skills as this position interfaces with all levels of the bank.
  • High-level leadership skills and professionalism including excellent proficiency in defining problems, collecting data, establishing facts, drawing valid conclusions, and interpreting government regulations.
  • Maintain discretion and confidentiality at all times.
  • Must possess effective planning, organizational and problem-solving skills.

Education and Experience

  • Bachelors’ Degree in Business Administration or related field.
  • 7-10 years of bank or relevant work experience required which must include 5 years of Loan Officer experience.
  • Advanced knowledge and understanding of state and federal lending and compliance regulations, and other bank lending regulations.

Bank of the Valley offers competitive pay and a full benefits package.

To apply, please submit your resume to