People's National Bank

Belleville , IL

Pre Closing Specialist

People's National Bank
Belleville, IL Full-time
Posted on April 8, 2019

Peoples National Bank is seeking qualified candidates to fill the full time Commercial Loan Specialist position in the Commercial Support department at the Corporate Center in Mt. Vernon., IL.

Primary duties will include reviewing commercial loan documents for completeness and accuracy; preparing conforming loan documentation to satisfy note requests; maintaining insurance tracking database and follow up to clear all exceptions; and scanning completed commercial files.

Applicants should demonstrate ability to manage time effectively, proficient knowledge of Microsoft Office and effective communication skills. Knowledge of commercial/ag lending process and documentation is preferred.
Instructions must be followed for application to be considered complete.

The application is posted on under About Us and Careers.

Submit application with resume or letter of interest to:
Human Resources
PO Box 908
Mt. Vernon, IL 62864

Equal Opportunity Employer


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