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Alternate job titles: SBA Business Development Officer I | Entry SBA Business Development Officer | Small Business Administration Loan Officer I

The Officer - SBA Business Development reviews required customer financial information and coordinates with SBA to provide a lending solution for the customer. Develops and structures loans and markets other banking products and services to Small Business Administration (SBA) eligible small and medium sized businesses. Being an Officer - SBA Business Development requires a bachelor's degree. Structures the SBA loan proposals, completes initial underwriting, and prepares credit package that complies with all applicable regulations and SBA guidelines. In addition, Officer - SBA Business Developm more...



Alternate job titles: Senior Officer - SBA Business Development | Small Business Administration Loan Officer II

Develops and structures loans and markets other banking products and services to Small Business Administration (SBA) eligible small and medium sized businesses. Reviews required customer financial information and coordinates with SBA to provide a lending solution for the customer. Structures the SBA loan proposals, completes initial underwriting, and prepares credit package that complies with all applicable regulations and SBA guidelines. Requires a bachelor's degree. Typically reports to a manager or head of a unit/department. Gains exposure to some of the complex tasks within the job functio more...


Alternate job titles: SBA Business Development Officer II | Small Business Administration Loan Officer II

The Senior Officer - SBA Business Development reviews required customer financial information and coordinates with SBA to provide a lending solution for the customer. Develops and structures loans and markets other banking products and services to Small Business Administration (SBA) eligible small and medium sized businesses. Being a Senior Officer - SBA Business Development requires a bachelor's degree. Structures the SBA loan proposals, completes initial underwriting, and prepares credit package that complies with all applicable regulations and SBA guidelines. In addition, Senior Officer - S more...


Alternate job titles: SBA Business Development Officer I | Officer - SBA Business Development | Small Business Administration Loan Officer I

The Entry SBA Business Development Officer reviews required customer financial information and coordinates with SBA to provide a lending solution for the customer. Develops and structures loans and markets other banking products and services to Small Business Administration (SBA) eligible small and medium sized businesses. Being an Entry SBA Business Development Officer requires a bachelor's degree. Structures the SBA loan proposals, completes initial underwriting, and prepares credit package that complies with all applicable regulations and SBA guidelines. In addition, Entry SBA Business Deve more...



Alternate job titles: Entry SBA Business Development Officer | Officer - SBA Business Development | Small Business Administration Loan Officer I

Develops and structures loans and markets other banking products and services to Small Business Administration (SBA) eligible small and medium sized businesses. Reviews required customer financial information and coordinates with SBA to provide a lending solution for the customer. Structures the SBA loan proposals, completes initial underwriting, and prepares credit package that complies with all applicable regulations and SBA guidelines. Requires a bachelor's degree. Typically reports to a manager or head of a unit/department. Works on projects/matters of limited complexity in a support role. more...


Alternate job titles: SBA Regional Sales Manager | Small Business Administration Regional Sales Team Manager

The Regional Sales Manager - SBA develops SBA goals, marketing plans, strategies, and programs. Manages a regional team of SBA (Small Business Administration) officers who are responsible for generating SBA loans. Being a Regional Sales Manager - SBA engages with clients directly to ensure their individual needs are met and to understand the wider needs of the small business community and industry or region. Provides ongoing training and development for banking officers on the team. In addition, Regional Sales Manager - SBA requires a bachelor's degree of Finance, business, or marketing. Typic more...



Alternate job titles: Regional Sales Manager - SBA | Small Business Administration Regional Sales Team Manager

Manages a regional team of SBA (Small Business Administration) officers who are responsible for generating SBA loans. Develops SBA goals, marketing plans, strategies, and programs. Provides ongoing training and development for banking officers on the team. Engages with clients directly to ensure their individual needs are met and to understand the wider needs of the small business community and industry or region. Requires a bachelor's degree of Finance, business, or marketing. Typically reports to top management. Typically manages through subordinate managers and professionals in larger group more...


Alternate job titles: Business Development Officer - Affluent Clients

Develops and implements select customer referral strategies in order to increase client satisfaction and portfolio growth for affluent professional customers. Responsible for initial relationship and follow-up with prospects. Represents the bank to current and prospective customers and communicates directly with them. Develops and executes marketing and sales strategies according to business objectives. Prepares and presents sales results to top management. Retains and expands existing customer relationships and acquires new customers. May require a bachelor's degree. Typically reports to a ma more...


Alternate job titles: Top Business Development Executive | Business Development Executive | Chief Business Development Executive | Head of Business Development | Vice President of Business Development | VP of Business Development

The Chief Business Development Officer is responsible for developing new market initiatives, assessing new markets, and analyzing business opportunities. Plans and directs all aspects of an organization's business development policies, objectives, and initiatives. Being a Chief Business Development Officer may also be accountable for licensing initiatives and programs; duties include negotiating contracts, initiating proposals, and closing deals. Conducts financial feasibility studies and develops proposals for new business opportunities. In addition, Chief Business Development Officer require more...



Alternate job titles: New Business Generation Officer II | Referral/ Prospect Development Officer II- Business Banking

Develops banking strategies in order to sell products and services to prospective clients in the business community. Responsible for the initial relationship with prospects and works with Business Banking Relationship Manager to close selling process. Responsible for developing sales strategies and maintaining and expanding referral sources. Accountable for more complex or larger businesses objectives. Develops sales strategies, and maintains and expands referral sources. Requires a bachelor's degree. Typically reports to a manager or head of a unit/department. Gains exposure to some of the co more...


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