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Tennessee banks and TBA associate members may list positions free-of-charge as a benefit of their membership in the Tennessee Bankers Association. If you are interested in placing an ad or replying to position openings (refer to position number) please contact Penny Powlas.


Positions

1910-4 Agency Settlement Offer

Title Center of the South is seeking a motivated, experienced title insurance leader to manage and maintain all agency settlement and closing operations, to supervise personnel and to support business development strategies.

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1908-3 Assistant Controller

SimplyBank is in need of an Assistant Controller to oversee daily bank accounting functions using accounting best practices and ensuring compliance with legislative requirements. 

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1907-17 Loan Operations Manager

Citizens Bank of Lafayette is seeking a Loan Operations Manager.  This position is responsible for managing the Loan Operations Department of the Bank and provides daily leadership and training to lending support and operations.  The position ensures that service standards are met and cultivates a positive environment through managing for results, developing staff and maintaining in-depth knowledge of the Bank’s products, services and regulatory compliance requirements.  Communicates with bank department managers/officers to promote efficient and correct work flow as well as establish positive working relationships across the organization. This is a hands on position. 

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1904-4 Appraisal Specialist

First Volunteer is Chattanooga's premier community bank and we are currently experiencing rapid growth. We are interested in expanding our capacity to provide loans, and we are currently looking for an enthusiastic Appraisal Specialist to join our growing team.

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1903-11 Commercial Lender

A locally owned Community Bank in Middle Tennessee is seeking a motivated, sales-driven Commercial  Lender with a proven track record of managing relationships and developing new business.

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