Position: Private Banker III-Austin | Division: Private Banking | Grade: E08A



Work Days:
5 | Work Hours: 40



Purpose of the Position:



Manages a client base comprised primarily of professionals and executives, including, but not limited to medical doctors, dentists, accountants, attorneys, engineers, architects, etc., and their firms, in addition to corporate executives. Will be responsible for marketing, evaluating, negotiating, and monitoring a portfolio consisting of existing and new private banking clients. The portfolio will consist of a variety of loans, of which some will be of a complex nature and depository accounts as well as insuring that the client's wealth management solutions are accommodated with other expertise within the division and organization.



Key Accountabilities:

  • Initiates and cultivates existing and new private banking relationships for the bank through active marketing efforts including calls, visits, community involvement, and entertainment.

  • Analyzes and approves private banking clients complex loans by:

    • Interviewing applicants to develop financial and credit information, define banking needs, assess management abilities, analyze financial strength and determine the risk associated with the request.

    • Insuring the complete analysis of all-financial, industry, and management information.

    • Evaluating and structuring credit terms in accordance with lending policies. Follows all lending policies, procedures, and applicable laws.

    • Preparing, presenting, and recommending loan requests to the appropriate loan committees for approval.

    • Insuring proper loan documentation is prepared and reviewed.

  • Sustains existing customers by:

    • Maintaining periodic contact with customers to determine any banking needs, financial trends, changes in the organization or industry, and general goodwill.

    • Cross-selling new and existing products and services to customers.

    • Examining and determining appropriate actions for overdrafts, past due payments, collateral and credit exceptions.

  • Participates actively in the bank's marketing program, community involvement projects, and banking organizations.

  • Acts as relationship manager and responsible for:

    • Establishing and/or maintaining primary contact relationships with targeted customers to maximize the lifetime value of these key relationships.

    • Proactively providing a full range of financial solutions to clients with the assistance of the appropriate specialists throughout the division and organization.

    • Building loyalty and driving profitable revenue growth by applying key customer relationship management principles including:

      • Resolving immediate client(s) concerns and account issues.

      • Actively managing a portfolio of targeted/high-value clients and/or segments of clients;

      • Developing and executing targeted client retention and expansion activities (develop and secure new business from existing portfolio base);

      • New customer acquisition activities, ensuring a more effective identification and cultivation of potentially high-value relationships.

      • Working to ensure that a coordinated and consistent message reaches targeted clients across all delivery/servicing channels

  • Demonstrating strong solution-oriented sales and communications skills and effectively establishing rapport and credibility with customers.

  • Demonstrating strong team-building skills.

  • Having a broad knowledge of financial services and products with a customer-centric vision.

  • Register and maintain registry as a Mortgage Loan Officer (MLO) with the Nationwide Mortgage Licensing System (NMLS) and Registry and in accordance with the Secure and Fair Enforcement for Mortgage Licensing Act (the S.A.F.E. Act).

  • Meet and maintain financial responsibility, character and general fitness standards along with all other established requirements for an individual Loan Originator (LO) in accordance with Regulation Z.

  • Assumes additional responsibilities as directed.

Work Experience Requirements:

  • 7-10 years of Private Banking experience to include P & E and commercial lending with the ability to handle complex credits all within a sales culture environment
  • Strong working knowledge of investments, estate and tax planning

Education Requirements:

  • Finance or Accounting degree (bachelor degree) and Formal credit analysis training with a concentration in commercial lending

  • Certified Financial Planner or MBA and a series 7 license preferred

Other Qualifications:

  • Personal computer proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite; Word and Excel

This job description is not designed to be a comprehensive listing of duties, responsibilities, or activities that are required for this job. Duties, responsibilities, and activities may change at any time with or without notice.



Broadway Bank is proud to be an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer. Broadway Bank is a drug-free and tobacco-free workplace, with a nicotine-free hiring policy. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, ethnicity, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, genetic data or other legally protected status.



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