Micro Business Loan Officer
Micro-business Loan Officer is responsible for processing and analyzing micro loan applications and conduct credit investigations, reports and more.
■ Phnom Penh (30 Positions)
■ Preah Sihanouk Province (05 Positions)
■ Takeo Province (03 Positrons)
■ Takhmao, Kandal Province (05 Positions)
■ Kampong Speu Province (05 Positions)
■ Battambang Province (05 Positions)
■ Siem Reap Province (05 Positions)
■ Kampong Cham Province (05 Positions)
■ Kampot Province (10 Positions)
■ Pursat Province (10 Positions)
■ Kampong Thorn Province (10 Positions)
Duties and Responsibilities
■ Solicit potential and existing clients in accordance with the guidelines stated in the micro-business loan policies and procedures.
■ Receive and screen loan applications.
■ Conduct credit investigation for borrowers and their co-makers.
■ Evaluate cash flow of loan applicants.
■ Conduct site visit of secure collateral.
■ Ascertain the completeness of loan documents.
■ Recommend remedial measures for delinquent clients in accordance with banks policies and procedures.
Skills and Specifications
■ Bachelor degree in Economics, Accounting, Marketing, Banking and Finance or any related fields.
■ At least 2 years experience in Micro Finance Institution.
■ Good communication skill.
■ High self motivation with strong interpersonal and persuasion skills.
■ High profiency in speaking and writing Khmer and English is preferred.
■ Advance Computer literacy.
How to apply:
Interested and qualified applicants should submit your updated Cover Letter and CV stating the position applied for with your current photo (4x6) to E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our website: www.ababank.com for more detailed information.
Closing Date: 15th January, 2014
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