SF Fire Credit Union
San Francisco, CA
Are We The Company For You?
In 1951 SF Fire Credit Union first opened its doors from a modest 10′ × 15′ office space in 17 Engine. It was from those humble beginnings—where everyone pitched in to help one another in their community—that the organization forged its way of business forever. Today, the San Francisco-based credit union has grown to $1.4B in assets and a membership that extends from the regional firefighters we trace our roots back to throughout our many neighbors in San Francisco, San Mateo and Marin Counties.
Our members benefit from the ideas and principles that have shaped us: Shared trust, continuous innovation of products and services, competitive rates, and excellent member service. These qualities foster a true sense of member-ownership and strengthen the credit union’s bond with the people for whom this credit union was created.
Is This The Career For You?
Are you passionate about people and working with them to reach their dreams? The Vice-President of Real Estate Lending will develop a team of professionals deeply committed to helping our members unlock access to affordable homeownership. By setting the direction of the Real Estate Lending Department and coaching team members to execute on real estate production, servicing, and business development opportunities, you will change lives. It should inspire you to understand regulatory, market, and competitive conditions because you love using this knowledge to build strategies that meet the needs of members while helping our business thrive.
Let’s Get To Know Each Other.
If you think this job is meant for you, please submit a letter of introduction that describes your philosophy of building a team, your passion for managing first and second mortgage programs, and your commitment to collaborating with leadership to serve members’ borrowing needs. Add a link to your LinkedIn profile or supplement your cover letter with a resume that demonstrates ten years of related experience (preferably in a credit union); a Bachelor’s Degree; and a strong working knowledge of first and second mortgages, including operations, originations, underwriting, loan servicing and compliance. Experience and knowledge of Fannie Mae guidelines, policies, and procedures, including secondary marketing practices, loan pricing and committing and delivering loans to them is also required.