Job Opportunities in Native CDFIs and Development Organizations

First Nations Oweesta Corporation

First Nations Oweesta Corporation (Oweesta) is a certified national Native community development financial institution.  Oweesta’s programs and services include lending, capacity building, and financial education and asset building.  Oweesta focuses on the development of strong Native institutions and asset building programs.  Oweesta is currently seeking a qualified applicant for the following position.

Position Summary

The CFO is responsible for all financial matters of First Nations Oweesta. The CFO will report to and work closely with the Executive Director. In addition, s/he will partner with the senior leadership and the board of directors to develop and implement strategies across the organization. The CFO will oversee all compliance and recognition for government (federal and state) contracts and private grants. S/he must be able to adapt to the continually evolving environment and thrive in an autonomous and deadline-oriented workplace while managing finance staff.

For more information on the position, please read the full position description.

If you are interested in applying for this position, please submit a resume and cover letter to as soon as possible for consideration.

Taxpayer Opportunity Network

The Taxpayer Opportunity Network brings together organizations and individuals who provide tax assistance to low-income communities at no or little cost to taxpayers. Quality tax services help families and individuals secure important tax benefits, reduce debt and meet their civic obligations as taxpayers, setting them on the path to financial security and opportunity. The Network shares critical information for effective service delivery, connecting expert practitioners across the country and providing timely tools and resources. It elevates the voices of volunteer tax preparers and taxpayers to improve policy support for tax preparation assistance and for a fair tax system that benefits low-income households.

Project Director

Purpose: The Project Director, Taxpayer Opportunity Network will provide leadership to CFED’s efforts to organize, build the technical capacity of, and advance the work of practitioners and advocates in the tax preparation field, furthering the financial security of low-income communities.  The Project Director will facilitate and manage the execution of the overall Taxpayer Opportunity Network (TON) strategy.

For more information on the position, please read the full position description.

Native American Bank

Commercial Credit Analyst
Native American Bank is seeking a Commercial Credit Analyst professional with experience in accessing credit risk on commercial loans using economic conditions, industry characteristics, financial ratio analysis, collateral analysis, loan covenant considerations and other factors to analyze credit risks. Performs a variety of duties to achieve annual goals & objectives for self, team and bank related to business growth and profitability.

Bank Teller
Native American Bank has an immediate opening in Browning, Montana for a bank teller position. This position will provide various customer services duties, accept personal and business checking and saving deposits and withdrawals, process loan payment transactions, cash checks and refer customers to appropriate staff for new services. This position is also responsible for balancing daily transactions and verifying cash totals.

Part-Time Image Operator

Native American Bank is seeking to fill a Part-Time Image Operator position at the bank branch in Browning, MT. This would be a great opportunity for a student or one who prefers part-time employment. This position is responsible for operating the bank’s item processing items in accordance with established procedures and other duties to achieve annual goals & objectives for self, team and bank related to business growth and profitability.

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Bank 2

Bank2 is dedicated to offering motivated individuals the opportunity to work in an environment that offers room for personal and professional growth. If you are passionate about helping people build better lives and looking to impact the community, then we may be the perfect fit for you. Bank2 is an Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/Disabled/Vet.

Mortgage Compliance/ Closing Specialist
The Mortgage Compliance/Closing Specialist will be responsible for reviewing loan files for accuracy and compliance along with preparing the disclosures (initial and closing) and re-disclosures for mortgage loan files in compliance with TRID.  This position verifies that mortgage loan files meet specific guidelines for completeness prior to delivery of disclosures.  Additionally, this position will monitor loan file queues daily for timely deliver of disclosures to ensure compliance with Federal Regulations. 
Senior Mortgage Underwriter
The Senior Mortgage Underwriter will be responsible for underwriting mortgage loans for Bank2 Retail, NAHL Wholesale, and NAHL Correspondent. For more information, please follow the link below.
Mortgage Loan Originator
The Mortgage Loan Originator will be responsible for maintaining a clean pipeline with an organized follow-up program and clear communication relative to locks, closing dates, extensions, etc. For more information, please follow the link below.

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