Join a member-driven leader in a fast-paced, challenging and collaborative environment with the shared mission of supporting America’s network of rural electric cooperatives. Since its formation in 1969, National Rural Utilities Cooperative Finance Corporation, or CFC, located in Dulles, Virginia, has provided capital and industry-leading financial products to more than 900 not-for-profit, consumer-controlled utility systems across the United States. Our exceptional team delivers the “CFC Difference” that encompasses our values of service, integrity and excellence in all our interactions.
CFC has a need for a Director, Credit Risk Management in the Risk Management Group (RMG) which reports to the Vice President of Credit Risk Management (CRM). In this position you will have the opportunity to actively support the Chief Risk Officer (CRO) on enterprise wide credit risk projects, and facilitate the credit risk management process and credit services for CFC’s $28 billion loan portfolio. This key position is responsible for reviewing credit recommendations within the scope of CFC’s credit approval policies, administering the internal risk rating system, restructuring and/or monitoring “at risk” loans, and providing cross-functional expertise for corporate initiatives and projects.
As a Director, Credit Risk Management, you will:
• Prepare enhanced analysis and reports for senior management and the Board of Directors detailing portfolio composition and trends, credit quality and risk rating migration and developments. • Assist in the administration and maintenance of the internal risk rating and reporting system to ensure consistent application across business lines in accordance with CFC’s risk rating policies and practices. • Provide recommendations and assistance in the monitoring of current and future changes to risk ratings assigned to borrowers and credit facilities. • Assist with the credit review process and provide input and recommendations to internal/external auditors and independent credit review consultants. • Provide credit analysis and recommendations to the VP, CRM and the CRO on all credit request reviewed by the Corporate Credit Committee (CCC), and participate in the CCC meetings as a non-voting member. • Provide informed recommendations in relation to CFC’s credit policies, practices, and CRMG procedures and internal controls to ensure compliance with SOX regulations.
To be successful, you will need:
• Bachelor’s degree in finance, accounting or related field. • MBA or Master’s degree in Finance preferred. • 7 years of credit risk experience in a corporate lending environment with a reputable financial institution. • Formal credit training and problem borrower workout experience desired.
We offer a comprehensive benefits package that includes short-term and long-term incentive opportunities; an employer-paid pension plan; 401(k); medical, dental and vision insurance; a generous leave policy; onsite gym; and more—all in a friendly, professional work environment. For additional information, please visit our website at www.nrucfc.coop.
CFC is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to workforce diversity.
Supporting America’s Electric Cooperatives and the Members They Serve *
The National Rural Utilities Cooperative Finance Corporation (CFC) is a member-owned, nonprofit finance cooperative serving America’s electric cooperative utilities. Created and owned by America’s electric cooperative network, CFC is committed to providing financing to more than 1,000 members and associates, which include electric distribution cooperatives, power supply cooperatives, and statewide and regional associations.
• CFC’s assets total approximately $29 billion.
• CFC’s operations are grounded in the seven cooperative principles.
• CFC’s employees adhere to the core values of service, integrity and excellence in serving their member-owners.
For more information on CFC’s work with America’s electric cooperatives—and the services those co-ops provide in their own communities—please visit our website at www.nrucfc.coop.