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MORTGAGE LOAN OFFICER

Fidelity National Bank, a well-established independent community bank located in Medford, WI is seeking an experienced individual to fill the role of a Mortgage Loan Officer.

The Mortgage Loan Officer is responsible for soliciting, negotiating, underwriting and coordinating the closing of routine residential, construction and commercial mortgage loans in compliance with the Bank's policies, procedures and related laws and regulations, Promotes quality mortgage loan customer service and related activities; engages in business development opportunities; develops good customer relationships; and markets and cross sells other banking products.

The ideal candidate will possess a two or four year degree in finance, business or accounting; three + years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.  Applicants must have a knowledge of the banking industry complimented by a strong interest in community banking, be sales and service oriented and have excellent interpersonal and communication skills.  Community involvement and presence are necessary to succeed.  

For immediate consideration, please send resume and cover letter to: 

Fidelity National Bank Attn: HR Manager PO BOX 359 Medford, WI 54451

Or email to: knetzer@fidelitybnk.com

Fax: 715-748-5332

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