Employment Opportunities

List of Openings:

For more information, please see abbreviated job descriptions below:


Personal Banker | Teller: Flagship Bank Minnesota is a growing community bank with six locations around the Minneapolis / St. Paul Metro Area. We take pride in our employees!

SUMMARY:  Personal Banker develops and maintains the retail banking business of prospective and existing customers. Implements the personal banking concepts through the opening and cross selling of new consumer and business deposit accounts, consumer loans and other retail banking services.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following: Other duties or tasks may be assigned as required. Management may modify, change or add to the duties of this description at any time without notice.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

  • Effectively develops banking relationships with new and existing customers and co-workers.
  • Opens new consumer and business accounts including checking, savings, certificates of deposit, individual retirement accounts. Cross-sells suitable products and services to achieve established incentive goals.
  • Manage a portfolio of bank customers to strengthen their relationship with the bank. Held accountable for the retention and growth of this portfolio.
  • Provide additional services to customers to include debit cards, credit cards, notary, merchant bank card services.
  • Effectively respond to customer inquires, either by telephone or in person, regarding account status or error resolution, products or services.
  • Achieve monthly sales and referral goals as established by bank management.
  • Make outbound calls to customers and prospects to promote bank products and services.
  • Perform wire transfers and stop payments upon customer request.
  • Favorably represent the bank at community functions and meetings.
  • Attend training seminars to enhance professional expertise.
  • Perform all other duties as assigned

 

  • TELLER DUTIES: 
  • Perform all customer transactions efficiently and accurately.
  • Assist with any questions they may have.
  • Cross-sell bank products which include cashier checks and money orders.
  • Perform proof, imaging, and capture functions.
  • Scan customer signature cards and filing.
  • Process customer account transfers on the system.
  • End of day closing procedures: balance cash drawer, verify accuracy of strapped currency, run system updates and close.
  • Perform all other duties as assigned

Credit AnalystFlagship Bank Minnesota is a growing community bank with six locations around the Minneapolis / St. Paul Metro Area. We take pride in our employees! Equal opportunity employer.

SUMMARY:  Credit analyst provides support to the Credit Manager by analyzing and evaluating the credit worthiness and financial condition of individuals and businesses applying for credit. Furthermore, the position provides risk management support to the loan administration function.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following: Other duties or tasks may be assigned as required.  Management may modify, change or add to the duties of this description at any time without notice.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

  • Obtain necessary credit and financial data from lending officer, file, or outside sources to complete timely risk and credit analysis.
  • Spread and analyze all financial information received and required for requests as assigned. Prepare loan presentations in consultation with Bankers to ensure completion and noting any policy exceptions.
  • Maintain loan files ensuring compliance with file documentation. Assist officers in maintaining current financial information and file documentation.
  • Help assess transactions with respect to Loan Policy, working with senior staff to identify exceptions and the underlying mitigating factors that create acceptable loan risk.
  • Identify sources of repayment and assess reasonableness of repayment sources; review incoming financial data to keep abreast of changes in the borrower’s financial condition.
  • Request UCC searches, use search information to determine security position on chattel loans, reconcile credit report information with financial reports, ensure compliance with loan covenants. Calculate and test performance against covenants.
  • Participate in credit review process, including auditing files for complete documentation, credit policy standards, and compliance. Utilizes established procedures and guidelines to assure that standards are being met.
  • Prepare other Credit Administration reports for Senior Management as directed.

Education and Experience:  Four year business college degree with an emphasis in accounting preferred.  High School diploma required.  Prior banking experience preferred.


Compliance Officer 

Flagship Bank Minnesota is a growing community bank with six locations around the Minneapolis / St. Paul Metro Area. We take pride in our employees! Equal opportunity employer.

SUMMARY:  Primary responsibilities are to develop, implement and monitor programs for compliance with laws, regulations and rules governing product offerings and governing operations.  Be the bridge between senior management and junior staff in developing a compliance model that everyone can follow.  See that bank employees, senior management and board of directors comply with federal, state and local rules and regulations so the financial institution runs smoothly.  Understand the overall banking regulatory issues.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following:

  • Knowledge, understanding and excitement in learning and knowing bank regulatory compliance in today’s marketplace. 
  • Maintain a current awareness of the regulatory environment and knowledge of state and federal regulations, including the bank’s obligations under each. Attend training as needed to remain well-versed in banking regulations.
  • Maintain a library of compliance resources, and be a resource to bank employees on compliance matters
  • Facilitate the necessary communication and training with bank personnel for changes in laws and regulations applicable to the bank operations
  • Provide the necessary support for ongoing employee and director compliance training by establishing and maintaining online, and in-person training programs. As needed, meet with each new employee to provide overall compliance training as part of new-employee orientation
  • Perform final review of policy and procedure updates made by department managers and work with the department managers on the development of new policies and procedures as dictated by regulation
  • Prepare and perform periodic tests and audits of transactions and or procedures to monitor the effectiveness of a the compliance program; or with management’s approval, engage a 3rd party for completion of the audits
  • Ensure each department has effective monitoring procedures in place, and that monitoring is occurring on a timely basis.
  • Work with Department Managers and employees to direct corrective action to compliance findings by auditors and examiners
  • Communicate the current state of the bank’s compliance management system, including any compliance and audit deficiencies to management and the Board of Directors through written reports and oral presentations on no less than an annual basis
  • Attend the Risk Management & Audit Committee Meetings to ensure bank-wide administration of the compliance management system. Address ongoing regulatory compliance changes and coordinate any action needed by the bank to comply with the regulatory changes. 
  • Participate in the introduction and development of new products and services to ensure proper consideration of regulatory compliance through the process.

Education and Experience:  Four year business college degree is preferred.  High School diploma required.  Prior banking and regulatory compliance experience is required. 

We look forward to meeting you!


Internal Auditor

Flagship Bank Minnesota is a growing community bank with six locations around the Minneapolis / St. Paul Metro Area. We take pride in our employees! Equal opportunity employer.

SUMMARY: This position is for a professional auditor and will be responsible for conducting financial, operational and procedural audits of the Companies’ operations to contribute to the achievement of the Companies’ business objectives regarding efficiency and effectiveness of operations, reliability of financial reporting, compliance with applicable laws and regulations, and safeguarding of assets.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following:

  • Actively participate in achievement of accountable workforce objectives.
  • Perform individual audit assignments in a timely manner, with appropriate documentation of procedures performed and results obtained. Provide assistance to external audit entities as needed. Maintain favorable working relationship with audit customers and outside personnel.
  • Develop audit findings that are relevant, complete, and accurate for complex audit assignments. Obtain management agreement on disposition.
  • Develop audit reports and memos to clearly and accurately reflect the audit job performed, the results found, and appropriate recommendations in the format prescribed by the department. Reports and memos will often be unique.
  • Keep informed of developments in the audit profession and continue to develop professionally to contribute to department expertise.
  • Apply skills, including audit software capabilities, to the performance of key job responsibilities. 
  • This position requires travel amongst various branch locations in Minnesota.
  • This position requires extensive or prolonged typing/keyboarding.
  • This position requires sitting and significant visual activity.  

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance or Business.
  • Minimum of 2 years of audit experience.
  • Proficiency with Windows-based microcomputer word processing and spreadsheet software
  • Seasoned knowledge of administrative/financial systems and related control requirements
  • Sound judgment, inquisitiveness, and strong analytical ability, and strong effective written and verbal communication skills
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Demonstrate effective verbal and written communication skills.
  • Seasoned knowledge of auditing techniques, insurance principles and information systems and technology fundamentals
  • Excellent project management skills to enable this position to work independently on multiple projects and to be flexible with the project assignments.
  • Ability to independently analyze information and determine significant audit issues.
  • Able to travel and a valid driver’s license

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Bank operations experience
  • CIA, CBA, or CFSA certification
  • Regulatory compliance experience
  • Strong knowledge of major products and services offered, and the respective distribution channels

Full Time Teller

Flagship Bank Minnesota is a growing community bank with six locations around the Minneapolis / St. Paul Metro Area. We take pride in our employees! Equal opportunity employer.

SUMMARY: Tellers should greet, process and handle customer banking needs; assist with incoming telephone calls; end of day balancing of cash drawer; develop and maintain the relationships of both prospective and existing customers.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Perform all customer transactions and assist with any questions they may have.
  • Cross-sell bank products which include cashier checks and money orders.
  • Perform proof, imaging, and capture functions.
  • Scan customer signature cards and filing.
  • Assist with customer statement mailings.
  • Process customer account transfers on the system.
  • End of day closing procedures: balance cash drawer, verify accuracy of strapped currency.
  • Effectively develop banking relationships with new and existing customers and co-workers.
  • Effectively respond to customer inquiries, either by telephone or in person, regarding account status, products or services.
  • Perform wire transfers and stop payments upon customer request.
  • Favorably represent the bank at community functions and meetings.
  • Attend training seminars to enhance professional expertise.
  • Perform all other duties as assigned.

We offer employment opportunities with an exceptional compensation and benefits package and an environment that promotes professional development. For confidential consideration, please forward your resume, and salary history to aschornack@flagshipbanks.com

Attn: Human Resources

FLAGSHIP BANK MINNESOTA 

7525 Office Ridge Circle

Eden Prairie, MN 55344-3644

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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