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Bank Partner Program Manager Job at BlueVine in Jersey City, NJ

BlueVine is a high-growth fintech company empowering small businesses with innovative banking. By combining industry-leading technology and security with our team’s expertise and care, we’ve helped 200,000+ businesses, funding more than $9 billion since 2013.

Small businesses deserve accessible and modern financial services, and traditional banks have underserved them for too long. We’re hiring problem solvers and collaborators to join our meaningful mission.

Headquartered in Redwood City, CA, we’ve recently raised $102.5M and are backed by top investors, including Menlo Ventures, Lightspeed Ventures, Citi Ventures, SVB Financial, Nationwide Insurance, and M12.

The Bank Partner Program Manager (“Program Manager“ or “PM“) reports directly to the Vice President – Head of Operations and Account Management, and is responsible for all aspects of the day-to-day oversight, supervision, and management of a designated Bank Strategic Partner Program. The core responsibilities are risk management and relationship support, but also includes ongoing reviews of marketing product offerings, credit, operations, compliance, finance, policies and procedures, account management, vendor management, and technology. The Program Manager interacts with and is supported by each respective department within the company and third-party resources (i.e. Auditors and Outside Counsel) required to manage the Bank Partner Programs.

WHAT YOU’LL DO:

  • Primary point of contact for each assigned Bank Partner to maintain a balanced approach to managing the risk with the Bank Partner and the overall relationship.
  • Perform risk assessments on all areas of importance to Bank Partners, and use the assessments to drive the oversight strategy across the company, to mitigate the operational risks to the Bank.
  • Work closely with the assigned Compliance Manager and each respective department that is required (or third party) for ongoing oversight, program and product testing, reviews, and monitoring of marketing, operations, product, credit risk and other appropriate functions to maintain a great relationship with the bank.
  • Proactively prepare for and coordinate the company’s highest-priority assistance with periodic Bank Partner annual site visits and risk-based audits and targeted exams. In collaboration with other Company departments, review and audit the company’s adherence to contractual agreements and applicable regulations.
  • Regular interaction with each respective Bank Partner to identify, track and review progress related to any managed issues, opportunities and contractual requirements.
  • Work with the Bank Partner to obtain and review monthly, quarterly and annual reporting metrics.
  • Review and analyze customer complaint information in order to better understand customer concerns, identify potential issues and seek opportunities to improve the Bank Partner program.
  • Work with Legal to review and approve all required Strategic Partner Program material including policies, procedures and customer facing documentation.
  • Support Compliance and Bank Partner personnel during regulatory exams or internal audits.
  • Support the onboarding of new Bank Partners.

WHAT WE LOOK FOR:

  • Bachelor’s degree and a minimum of 5 years of finance (or related) experience, or related Master’s degree with 3 years of finance experience, primarily focused on operations, risk and relationship management.
  • Bank partnership management, small business banking or small business lending product experience is a plus.
  • Good people-management and interpersonal skills, including the ability to work well in a team or individually.
  • Experience dealing with regulators (FDIC, Utah Department of Financial Institutions) is highly desired.
  • Strong knowledge of the current banking regulatory environment is preferred.
  • Ability to analyze and simplify complex issues with strong attention to detail; identify and drive strategic solutions.
  • Skill in coordinating with other departments to accomplish mutual goals between the company and its Bank Partners.
  • Advanced project management skills
  • Assertive self-starter, with exceptional professional verbal/written skills, who is highly organized and able to work independently to finish assigned projects.

BENEFITS & PERKS:

  • Receive over $1,000 annually for a wellness benefit of your choice
  • Monthly WFH Stipend
  • Generous PTO and holidays
  • Excellent health coverage and life insurance benefits
  • Generous, paid parental leave which covers up to 15 weeks
  • 401K with an immediate 3% company match

Once we Return to Office:

  • Free commuter benefits – CalTrain passes for SF employees and a monthly parking allowance
  • Weekly catered lunches
  • Unlimited snacks in fully stocked kitchens
  • Pet-friendly HQ

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