Southland Credit Union

Financial Consultant (Los Alamitos, Carson, Long Beach)

US-CA-Los Alamitos
ID
2017-1236
Type
Regular Full-Time

Role

The Financial Consultant provides financial planning and investment advice to members of the credit union.  The main goal of the Financial Consultant is to help credit union members maintain a good balance of investment earnings, assets and an acceptable risk level.  Financial advisory services is often sought when the client wants advice regarding financial investments such as stocks, bonds, mutual funds and other investment strategies.  The service provided by a Financial Consultant usually makes strategizing for events, such as asset acquisition or retirement, easier for the clients.  This job roles covers the Los Alamitos, Carson and Long Beach markets. 

Major Duties and Responsibilities

  • Meets with members and examines members' current financial situation through series of questions and analysis of current investment strategies.
  • Keeps apprised of and, when applicable, conforms to current financial market trends, strategies and product offerings and regulations and provides objective advice based on this information.
  • On a regular basis, organize and deliver financial and economic training to the credit union retail branch staff, mortgage bankers, commercial lenders and financial institution leadership.
  • Provides advice on how members can best manager daily expenses and fund specific projects while maximizing profits.
  • Continuously markets and promotes employers financial products through meetings, seminars, referrals, etc., and increases revenues while maintaining integrity and explaining risks of investment decisions.
  • Operates from assigned branches of the financial institution; Provide onsite coverage and availability, to meet with walk-in members and referrals from the financial institution.
  • Must be trustworthy, professional and objective in providing advice.
  • Consistently meets deadlines, has a strong sense of urgency and is able to manage stressful situations.
  • Comply with SCU security standards, and all State and Federal laws and regulations, including but not limited to, the Bank Secrecy Act (BSA), Office of Foreign Asset Control (OFAC) and the Patriot Act in the performance of your duties as applicable.
  • Possess the capability to conduct Financial Planning Workshops.

Knowledge and Skills

EXPERIENCE:  Three years to five years of similar or related experience, at least three years of progressively responsible experience in the financial services industry working as a Financial Consultant.  A proven record of acting in the best interests of the members/investors.

 

EDUCATION:  A Bachelor's Degree, with major course work in Business, Finance/Accounting or a closely related field, or an equivalent  combination of training and experience.  Must be registered as a Financial Advisor and hold a Series 7, 66 and LIfe Insurance Licenses.  Must possess the necessary financial knowledge in insurance, retirement accounts, tax services and financing accounts.

 

INTERPERSONAL SKILLS:  Excellent verbal and written communication skills.  Visionary, self-starter with the capability to build longstanding relationships with clients and staff.  Have the ability to work with and train Branch Staff for referrals is a material part of the job, requiring a significant level of diplomacy and trust.

 

OTHER SKILLS: 

  • Strong sales and negotiation skills. 
  • The knowledge, skills and aptitude necessary to successfully fulfill the responsibilities and expectations illustrated in this job description.

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