Revolving Loan Fund Administrator – Ohio Mid-Eastern Governments Association (OMEGA)
The Ohio Mid-Eastern Governments Association (OMEGA) has an immediate opening for a Revolving Loan Fund Administrator. A Bachelor’s degree in finance, accounting, public administration or related field and/or a minimum of five years experience in finance is required. The selected candidate will be responsible for administering the Revolving Loan Fund Programs for OMEGA to include marketing the programs, client coordination, application review, presentation of loan application to OMEGA’s loan review committee, preparing loans for closing, processing payments, monthly reconciliations, reports to federal and state agencies, and monitoring borrowers for compliance with state and federal program regulations. Other responsibilities include coordination with other agencies, assisting the Finance Director with payroll, data entry, vouchers, and other accounting tasks as may be assigned. This is a full-time, 40 hour per week position. Salary is based upon education and experience. Please submit a cover letter, resume, and contact information for three relevant professional references to Cindi Metz at email@example.com. This position will be open until filled.
OMEGA is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, sex, national origin (ancestry), disability, genetic information, age (40 years or older), sexual orientation, or military status (past, present, or future).
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