Job Purpose:

To provide administrative support to Credit and Relationship Management, to ensure effective service delivery to clients by attending to all credit administration and related administration.

Job Responsibilities

  • Timeous actioning of excesses, with investigation and comments to assist credit decisions
  • Requesting and analysing debtors schedules
  • Prepare credit applications and request facility documents
  • Prepare maintenance packs, including capturing of facility and counterparty structures on ACA
  • Timeous actioning of exception reports. Further detail is provided in the Balance Scorecard
  • COB’s to be checked for accuracy and completeness
  • Authorisations (ZAR, GBC, TREASURY, LC’s/FEC’s, Bank Notes, Full generals, Special clearance) to be actioned within turnaround times
  • Ensure updated process and procedure documentation
  • Strictly adhere to process and procedure
  • Provide excellent service to internal and external clients
  • Management of risk data – assist in Risk taking ownership and accountability of data, to enhance risk management and decision-making processes and capabilities within CIB, by maintaining accurate system information and safe custody of documentation.
Essential Qualifications – NQF Level
  • Matric / Grade 12 / National Senior Certificate
Preferred Qualification Degree or diploma in related area (finance, credit, business management, administration, project management) Type of Exposure
  • Working with a group to identify alternative solutions to work situations.
  • Capturing data
  • Completing various administrative duties (e.g. outbound / inbound calls; printing; report writing)
  • Checking accuracy of reports and rec
  • Communicating externally
  • Drafting reports
Minimum Experience Level 1 – 3 years

Technical / Professional Knowledge

  • Administrative procedures and systems
  • Data analysis
  • policies and procedures
  • vision and strategy
  • Relevant regulatory knowledge
  • Business writing skills
  • Nedbank culture and values
  • Relevant Human Resources policies and practices
Behavioural Competencies
  • Continuous Learning
  • Collaborating
  • Decision Making
  • Initiating Action
  • Stress Tolerance
  • Managing Work