Chief Operations Officer (Coo)

Farm Credit Of New Mexico Albuquerque , NM 87102

Posted 1 week ago

Who We Are

Farm Credit of New Mexico is the premier agricultural lender in New Mexico, supporting agricultural producers, farmers and ranchers. Farm Credit of New Mexico helps the entire Agricultural community including production agriculture, processers and suppliers as well as the rural economies throughout the state.

The mission of Farm Credit of New Mexico is "Growing Success, One Relationship at a Time." As a cooperative and a part of the Farm Credit System, our 122 staff serve 1,492 customers in 32 New Mexico counties with additional participated volume in many other states. Farm Credit of New Mexico is a thriving Association with $1.8 billion in assets and an additional $420 million in sold participation volume.

Farm Credit of New Mexico is a part of the Farm Credit System, a nationwide network of borrower-owned lending institutions and specialized service organizations. The Farm Credit System provides loans, leases, and related services to farmers, ranchers, rural homeowners, aquatic producers, timber harvesters, agribusinesses, and agricultural and rural utility cooperatives and has more than $349 billion in assets.

POSITION PURPOSE

As a member of the Association's Executive Team, the Chief Operations Officer (COO) will direct and lead the Administrative Operations, Monetary Operations, Loan Servicing, Collateral Risk, Human Resources and Information Technology teams. The COO will provide significant leadership to a diverse group of people across multiple functional teams, provide support and guidance, and direct and coordinate the activities of the organization in accordance with policies, goals, and objectives established to guide the Association's mission.

This position will be located in Albuquerque, NM at the main administrative office.

RESPONSIBILITIES

Executive Team Leadership As a member of the Executive Team, will engage with the Board and other executives in the development of Association strategies and business objectives. Provide an independent leadership perspective and provide functional information and reports as needed.

Strategic Leadership Lead the development of business strategies for Administrative Operations, Monetary Operations, Loan Servicing, Collateral Risk, Human Resources and Information Technology teams. Monitor and measure performance against the strategies, identify and address barriers as needed. Demonstrate initiative to anticipate, plan, organize, inspire and lead Association opportunities.

Leadership and Management Select, develop, motivate and empower employees. Communicate business expectations and goals to teams and is responsible for team results.

Performance Monitoring Develop and implement metrics, and monitor progress against performance objectives for all functional areas of responsibility. Review and approve new or revised policies and processes.

Measure impact of process changes. Select outside vendors to improve efficiency and/or effectiveness.

Continuous Process Improvement Lead continuous process improvement (CPI) strategies and efforts for the areas of responsibility and contribute to the Association CPI initiatives. Align risk process appetite and promote CPI based on Lean Principals.

Loan Operations/ Servicing Executive leadership and execution of the Association's operational services and loan servicing teams. Accountable for increasing functional and operational effectiveness and efficiency while enhancing the customer experience.

Human Resources Approve and monitor human resources strategies and plans related to talent management, diversity and inclusion, performance standards, objectives and corrective actions. Ensure regulatory compliance.

Information Technology Leadership Ensure alignment of the Association's technology function to the business strategy, instituting strong leadership invested in all aspects of technology management. Engage with AgVantis Technology on identification, approval and implementation of technology based solutions.

Discuss, understand, approve and prioritize technology projects. Manage the Association's security administrators, ensuring IT and security processes are functioning effectively and in compliance with policies, procedures and regulations.

Collateral Risk Oversee appraisal functions including procedures and policy. Ensure collateral assessments are in compliance with Association and regulatory guidance. Support continuous process improvements emphasizing process and credit risk alignment.

Other duties as required.

QUALIFYING CHARACTERISTICS

  • Strong commitment and adherence to personal values that align with the Farm Credit of New Mexico culture and code of ethics.

  • Bachelor's degree in Business Administration, Finance, Agricultural Economics or related field. Advanced education preferred or certificate from a graduate School of Banking preferred.

  • 10 years minimum of progressive experience, preferably within the Farm Credit System or other financial or banking field.

  • Must have Loan Operations/Loan Servicing/Appraisal experience and 7 years of supervisory experience. Or, in lieu of the foregoing, must have an equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to perform the essential functions of the job.

  • Experience managing other Association support functions such as IT, Legal, HR, Finance, etc. preferred.

  • Exceptional communication skills.

  • Superior leadership, team building and talent development skills.

  • Strong analysis, judgment and strategic thinking.

  • Advanced knowledge and demonstrated experience in ag-lending, policy, scope and eligibility requirements.

  • Thorough understanding of the laws and regulations governing financial institutions.

If you have any questions, please contact Jessica Vick at 505.875.6085 or jessica.vick@farmcreditnm.com

Visit our websites for more information:

http://www.farmcreditnetwork.com/about/overview

https://www.farmcreditnm.com/

Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against based on race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, disability, age, pregnancy, genetic information or any other consideration prohibited by law or contract.



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