Job : TRUST ADMINISTRATOR/OFFICER
Monday – Friday - 8:00am – 5:00pm. Occasional evening and weekend work may be required as job duties demand.
First National Bank & Trust is looking for a Trust Administrator/Officer for its Trust Department, located in Williston, North Dakota.
Our Trust Officers are responsible for administration and relationship management of a complex portfolio of high net worth personal trust/fiduciary relationships.
As a fiduciary representative, you are responsible for:
- Daily decision making and exercise of discretion over significant and consequential matters and duties related to fiduciary accounts; i.e. trust, estate, agency;
- Protecting the interests of the trust beneficiaries and administer each trust account in good faith according to the terms of the trust document, while balancing the needs of the Bank and requirement of regulatory authorities;
- Contributing to attainment of growth, profitability and retention goals through excellent client service, active participation in business development and cross-sell activities through integration of a broad range of Trust Department products and services;
- The accounts managed by a Trust Officer are more complex and demand a higher level of experience and call for more frequent face-to-face interaction with clients.
- Completion of Cannon Trust School, or the equivalent;
- Three to five years’ experience in administering trusts, estate and investment accounts;
- Farm, ranch and mineral management experience a plus,
- Demonstrate knowledge of fiduciary and estate planning principles and laws;
- Strong analytical, problem-solving, interpersonal and relationship management skills;
- Excellent communication abilities, including written, verbal and presentation skills;
- Proficiency in basic computer application such as Microsoft Office software products;
- Ability to deal with conflicting demand under pressure;
- Ability to travel, occasionally overnight,
- CTFA designation a plus.
First National Bank & Trust Co is an Equal Opportunity Employer.