Senior Credit Analyst
Job Details
Corporate Headquarters - Omaha, NE
Full Time
4 Year Degree

Company Overview

Core Bank is an accomplished Community Bank located in the Greater Omaha, NE and Kansas City, KS areas. We are not a mere collection of buildings or a place just to work or manage money we are a community of friends, neighbors and partners in making life just a little bit better. Our culture - what we call our Recipe for Awesome - creates an environment that's a great place to bank - and a great place to work. It ensures we grow together, learn together, and have fun doing it.


At Core Bank, our Vision is to be a truly remarkable company that just happens to be a bank. And, if you just happen to want to work somewhere truly remarkable, then we'd love to get to know you. To learn more about what makes us - us, explore


Job Summary

We are looking for a talented, analytical and detail-oriented individual for our Senior Credit Analyst position in Omaha, NE.


At Core Bank, Senior Credit Analysts are Diligent - They do good work. No short cuts. No excuses.


The Senior Credit Analyst supports lending staff by analyzing loan requests of new and current customers. Perform annual reviews of loans, as needed, including conducting credit investigations using all available sources of credit and financial information, including but not limited to, credit bureaus, internal bank information, and the clients financial statements and tax returns. Review, analyze and recommend loan proposal, with the sponsoring banker, for approval through the respective loan authority. Provide credit information and references within appropriate policies and industry practices. Assist lenders by performing collateral inspections as needed. As a Senior Analyst, you will perform duties with limited supervision. Promote Core Banks credit culture, both internally and externally.


The Senior Credit Analyst's responsibilities include:

  • Analyzes credit requests and makes appropriate recommendations to the sponsoring Commercial Lender
    • Evaluates financial condition and repayment ability through analysis of routine financial statements and related material.
    • Assists commercial lenders with the preparation of the Loan Memorandum for new and existing loans for presentation to Loan Committee.
    • Determines compliance with credit policy and loan structures approved by Loan Committee.
    • Reviews loan documentation to determine compliance with applicable laws, regulations, and Bank policies.
    • Assesses the value of collateral as a source of repayment for problem loans.
    • Prepares written reports with recommendations for structure, terms, pricing, approval, declination, and other related issues.
  • Assists Commercial Lenders in identifying and monitoring deteriorating credit situations, and makes recommendations for placement of the Banks Watch List. Reports significant findings to the Loan Committee through the review of:
    • Adverse trends in customer financial conditions.
    • Declining value of collateral.
    • Frequent delinquency problems.
    • Excessive insufficient checks.
    • Adverse trade payable information, tax liens, and lawsuits.
    • Adverse industry or local economy trends.
  • Reviews adequacy of collateral.
  • Performs other duties as requested, including, but not limited to:
    • Performs portfolio reviews, including growth, quality, yield, documentation, and relationship analysis.
    • Performs annual industry reviews, as required.
    • Assists Commercial Lenders with the preparation of the quarterly Problem Loan Reports.
    • Perform site and collateral inspections.
    • Provide credit analysis training and understanding of the credit analysis process to the lending staff.
    • Attends loan committee and is responsible for the preparation of the loan minutes.
    • Maintains the Banks Loan Policy and Guidelines
  • Performs tasks with limited supervision and meets completion times for all duties assigned by the Credit Analysis Manager.
  • Bachelors degree in finance or accounting, preferred
  • Minimum of 12 credit hours of accounting or related experience
  • Minimum five years Commercial Credit Analysis and Underwriting experience
  • Working knowledge of credit analysis, loan documentation, loan policy, and regulations
  • Analytical skills and research abilities
  • Bank product and service knowledge
  • Personal computer skills
  • Financial spreadsheet preparation and analysis
  • Basic lending policies and procedures knowledge
  • Problem solving
  • Organizational skills
  • Leadership skills
  • Interpersonal skills
  • Effective communication and collaboration


Core Bank is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status.