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What you’ll do as a Senior Cloud Engineer in Cloud Engineering & Development: - Contribute individually to the software development efforts of the team, - Migrate applications from an internal virtualized environment to our Public Cloud, - Utilize Infrastructure as Code Tools to automate deployments of new applications, - Own discovering and defining the high-level structure of software (main components, interfaces, and their interactions) to best provide business value, - Work in a cross-functional team to design and engineer solutions to complicated problems, - Provide technical mentorship to engineering staff regarding industry best practices as it relates to software and cloud engineering
Job ID
2021-14261
City
San Francisco
State
CA
Position Type
Regular Employee (REG)
Accounting Department The individual will perform a variety of duties related to Accounting daily operations, including Cash, Accounts Payable, Fixed Assets, Leases, and Private Wealth Management. The tasks will involve using various Accounting systems such as Oracle and Coupa to process invoices, perform accounting reconciliations, and analyze financial results. In addition, the role will support other duties and responsibilities as required or assigned by supervisor. The individual must thrive in a detailed and deadline-oriented environment and have a strong passion for continuous improvement.   What you’ll do as an Accounting Operations Intern: - Reconcile various General Ledger accounts within daily and monthly deadlines. - Organize and maintain updated accounting procedures respective to assigned tasks. - Review invoices for proper approval and documentation, charge costs to appropriate GL accounts and cost centers by analyzing invoice transactions, code and input into the Accounts Payable system. - Monitor Accounts Payable aging billings to ensure timely payment. - Verify vendor invoices by reconciling monthly statements, resolve invoice discrepancies and related transactions. - Determine fixed asset capitalization through contract/invoice analysis and support documentation. - Assist in lease accounting efforts including lease abstraction, payments of rent, and system maintenance. - Increase efficiency through automation (including automation using excel and accounting systems reports).
Job ID
2021-14252
Category
Intern
City
San Francisco
State
CA
Position Type
Temporary Employee (TMP)
The Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) Intern with assist the Business Process Controls Senior Analyst who’s exciting responsibilities include, but are not limited to, supporting the Business Process control components of the Bank’s SOX Program (e.g., control walkthroughs of business processes, and controls testing) and acting as an advisor to the business across the Bank’s multiple lines of business. The Bank’s fast pace of growth provides career development (e.g., work directly with management across the entity) and learning opportunities (e.g., Banking products and systems) considering the role’s Bank-wide exposure.   What you’ll do as an Intern – Business Process Controls Analyst: - Coordinate with each business unit SOX Liaison all SOX-related activities, including walkthroughs, testing, and remediation activities - Execute on SOX BP testing with the identification and documentation of SOX Key Controls, and assist the business in enhancing their process documentation - Support the team in the continuous enhancement of the Program with the potential implementation of a SOX workflow application to automate the SOX process including reporting and systematically connect workpapers
Job ID
2021-14249
Category
Intern
City
San Francisco
State
CA
Position Type
Temporary Employee (TMP)
Accounting Technology and Business Processes The individual will perform a variety of duties related to supporting the Accounting Department’s technology and business process operations. Tasks will include supporting daily operations and project efforts. In addition, the role will support other duties and responsibilities as required or assigned by supervisor. The individual must thrive in a detailed and deadline-oriented environment and have a strong passion for continuous improvement.   What you’ll do as an Accounting Technology and Business Process Intern: - Support data collection tasks in association with ingoing improvement initiatives - Support daily routine reporting system maintenance and administration - Perform periodic system and data maintenance tasks in accordance with documented policies and procedures - Organize, write, and maintain updated accounting procedures respective to assigned tasks - Keep track of documentation pertaining to current state processes and communicate timely on identified input needs - Support AFSS team on various activities related to improvement implementation initiatives - Support work meeting planning, coordination, and documentation - Attend stakeholder meetings, take notes; distribute and follow up on action items.
Job ID
2021-14248
Category
Intern
City
San Francisco
State
CA
Position Type
Temporary Employee (TMP)
The Technical Writer will promote, shepherd, develop, and maintain high quality documentation that meets applicable standards and is appropriate for its intended audience. Responsibilities include creation and/or review of operations runbooks, troubleshooting/resolution procedures, disaster recovery procedures, and “frequently asked questions” pages to ensure technical support staff (including L1, L2 and L3 staff) have the information necessary to support our services and infrastructure. Quality and accuracy are important as many of these documents are provided as audit deliverables.   What you’ll do as a Technical Writer: • Work with internal teams and subject matter experts to obtain an in-depth understanding of applications/systems/ processes/products and ensure the information is accurately documented • Lead Subject Matter Experts through the document delivery process and coordinate the process to attain content • Administer the documentation repository • Analyze existing and potential content, focusing on reuse opportunities • Produce high-quality documentation that meets applicable standards and is appropriate for its intended audience •Uphold IS documentation standards for content, formatting, and template requirements • Align operational activities with process controls based upon compliance and policy requirements • Create and manage work tickets related to delivery of documentation • Proactively review work queues, respond to requests in a timely manner, review and resolve assigned requests, and effectively communicate status and resolution details to ensure user satisfaction and productivity • Must always be diligent in protecting client data confidentiality, integrity, and availability • Demonstrate knowledge of Bank standards and processes • Remain informed of job-related issues through networking, training programs, seminars, and trade publications • Attend meetings and maintain a flexible work schedule • Perform other duties and responsibilities as required or assigned by supervisor • Complete and adhere to First Republic Bank’s regulatory requirement trainings in a timely manner
Job ID
2021-14247
City
San Francisco
State
CA
Position Type
Regular Employee (REG)
The Payments Fraud Analyst (Analyst) will play an important role in the Corporate Security and Fraud Investigations Department and report directly to the Payments Fraud Manager.  The Analyst role is required to establish a proactive approach and provide recommendations to minimize losses through various payment channel networks and mitigate potential exposures related to fraud through analysis.   The Analyst will assess, evaluate and make decisions on transactional alerts for potential fraud within a variety of user interfaces and provide support by troubleshooting and problem solving for clients experiencing difficulties using retail applications available on First Republic’s website.   The Analyst will act as a liaison between other business units and our clients.  The Analyst works with multiple business units and other financial institutions in a changing environment where the complexity of the job changes from day to day.    This dynamic position goes beyond strictly transaction monitoring and fraud review and includes performing certain types of preliminary fraud investigations.    What you’ll be doing as a Fraud Analyst: - Perform assessments and evaluations utilizing fraud monitoring systems in order to mitigate financial loss. - Perform daily review of money movement activity through various channels as assigned. - Perform analytical reviews including ad-hoc assessments and trend analysis in order to identify potential fraud scenarios with the intent to determining root cause.  - Conduct outreach to Bank clients regarding potentially fraudulent transactions. - Initiate fraud claims and assist with recovery efforts. - Cross-train as a Fraud Investigator and serve as back-up investigator on occasion to gain more hands-on experience on how the team conducts fraud investigations.  - Assist in establishing investigative cases and perform basic investigative steps to determine fraud. - Consistently deliver an exceptional client experience on every client contact. - Ability to work a 7 day operation and available during business hours of operation. - Respond to clients, other business units and financial institutions inquiries. - Authenticate and validate the identity of clients during interactions. - Research individuals and entities through public records databases as appropriate. - Adhere to and comply with Bank policies and the applicable, federal and state laws, regulations.   - Follow-up on open issues and operate efficiently. - Complete required training. 
Job ID
2021-14245
Category
Compliance
City
San Francisco
State
CA
Position Type
Regular Employee (REG)
Common goals, uncommon potential   The RM Support Specialist is responsible for assisting RM with day to day duties which may include a variety of analytical and customer service oriented tasks.  The position represents a liaison between RM and Private Banking Officers, lending personnel and clients.  Responsibilities include but not limited to preparing pre-approval letters, responding to client inquires, and identifying cross sell opportunities to the RM.   What you’ll do as a RM Support Specialist:   Support the loan process: - Prepare pre-approval letters - Gather loan documentation on the “needs list”, request missing items from clients - Set up initial loan file and input data into Power Lender - Identify cross sell opportunities to the RMD - Pulls Credit via CBC when applicable  Provide excellent customer service: - Follow-up with clients to ensure loan files proceed in timely fashion - Respond to client inquiries - Follow-up with delinquent clients - Mail out loan applications - Respond to incoming calls Assist with special marketing projects: - Coordinate distribution of marketing mailers - Contact customers to explain new marketing campaign Provide administrative support: - Mail out realtor rate sheets - Prepare cross-selling opportunity reports and distribute as necessary Responsibilities include the following: 1) adhering to and complying with all applicable, federal and state laws, regulations and guidance, including those related to Anti-Money Laundering (i.e. Bank Secrecy Act, USA PATRIOT Act, etc.), 2) adhering to Bank policies and procedures, 3) completing required training, 4) identifying and reporting potential suspicious activity to the BSA/AML Officer, and 5) knowing and verifying the identity of any customer(s) that enters into a relationship with the Bank. 
Job ID
2021-14243
City
New York
State
NY
Position Type
Regular Employee (REG)
Lending Services is looking for a skilled lending professional to join our Commercial Loan Closing team.  As a Commercial Loan Business Administrator, you will be responsible for the loan documentation and closing review across all commercial loan products, which range from business, private equity, and commercial real estate (CRE) loans.  You will utilize your robust understanding of complex entities, trusts, and other nuanced deal structures to act as the Closing Department’s Subject Matter Expert on loan documentation and communications templates, as well as provide consultation on best practices for the administration, closing, and funding of all commercial loans.  You will also have an exciting opportunity to drive specific projects around process improvements, as needed.    What you’ll do as a Commercial Loan Business Administrator: - Make strategic decisions and provide guidance on optimal closing practices. - Review all loan documentation and closing due diligence packages to ensure deals maintain integrity and accuracy while meeting timing expectations and established SLAs. - Consult on updates to LaserPro documentation system. - Manage communications to Legal and senior Department management on any overall changes pertinent to lending markets and/or loan products. - Conduct critical assessments of loan review and loan funding processes; identify redundancies/inefficiencies and lead efforts to mitigate. - Perform duties and responsibilities specific to department functions and activities or as assigned by supervisor. - Responsibilities include the following: 1) adhering to and complying with all applicable, federal and state laws, regulations and guidance, including those related to Anti-Money Laundering (i.e. Bank Secrecy Act, USA PATRIOT Act, etc.); 2) adhering to Bank policies and procedures; 3) completing required training; 4) identifying and reporting potential suspicious activity to the BSA/AML Officer; and 5) knowing and verifying the identity of any customer(s) that enters into a relationship with the Bank.
Job ID
2021-14239
Category
Lending
City
New York
State
NY
Position Type
Regular Employee (REG)
Lending Services is looking for a skilled lending professional to join our Lending Services Residential Closing team. As a Residential Loan Closing Specialist, you will be responsible for the accurate and complete preparation of loan closing documentation and timely funding for Single Family 1-4 unit residential loans. You will manage both the closing and funding functions in an environment of constantly changing deadlines without losing the required high level of accuracy and production. You will also make recommendations for job-specific operational improvements, such as efficiency, cost reduction, customer service and risk reduction.   The ideal candidate will have excellent attention to detail, feel comfortable working with various levels of staff / management, possess the ability to make adjustments to workflows and reprioritize workload based on fluctuating deadlines. This position requires the coordination and support of multiple priorities of various functions within Lending Services as well as many other departments within the organization.   What you’ll do as a Residential Loan Closing Specialist: - Prepare and review loan closing and funding documentation in an accurate and timely manner for a range of SFR 1-4 loan products: - Modestly complex borrower entities - Detached, condo and co-op property types - Permanent and line of credit purposes - Work with internal business partners at various levels to research and resolve transaction concerns. - Complete prefunding and assist post-closing with any closing errors/corrections as necessary. - Maintain current knowledge of lending products, services, systems, and processes in order to provide expert and up-to-date client service. - Recognize issues that demand escalation, determine the appropriate Bank contact, and act as liaison between the client and relevant group(s) in order to successfully resolve issues. - Perform duties and responsibilities specific to department functions and activities or as assigned by supervisor. - Responsibilities include the following: 1) adhering to and complying with all applicable, federal and state laws, regulations and guidance, including those related to Anti-Money Laundering (i.e. Bank Secrecy Act, USA PATRIOT Act, etc.), 2) adhering to Bank policies and procedures, 3) completing required training, 4) identifying and reporting potential suspicious activity to the BSA/AML Officer, and 5) knowing and verifying the identity of any customer(s) that enters into a relationship with the Bank.
Job ID
2021-14237
Category
Lending
City
New York
State
NY
Position Type
Regular Employee (REG)
The Sr. Project Manager will support the Economic Sanctions Anti-Corruption department under the Financial Crimes organization.  This role will be accountable to deliver an Enterprise software solution which consolidates all OFAC and Client Batch screening platforms.  As the platform solution has been determined, the initial focus will be working with stakeholders, vendor management, and vendors to complete vendor due diligence and contracting.  In parallel, the team will begin working on defining the project scope, MVP, and planning activities.  As the vendor becomes engaged and the project moves to design and execution phases, this professional will be responsible for all project management activities which includes working closely with vendor resources and impacted stakeholders across the organization.  This is very much both a roll-up your sleeves, dive into the details, author project artifacts, and think strategically and partner across the organization providing clear communication and execution plans.   Each phase of this project will include the integration of a specific payment system to the new consolidated OFAC screening platform.  One must be well versed in working with client facing teams and have experience leading projects with complex, real time data integration.   What you’ll be doing as an Sr. Project Manager:   - Serve as the Sr. Project Manager for this project.  Direct the activities of the project team (i.e. business staff, Technical Architect, Network Engineers, Field Services, Systems Administrators, QA, DBA, and vendor / integrator) - Define, lead, and manage all aspects of the project, scope, budget, financial forecasting, scheduling, resources, and quality control of work products following company’s Project Management Office (PMO) standards and governance guidelines and project management best practices. - Own and manage the work queue for each of the business units which includes leading the activities for prioritization, impact analysis, sequencing of activities, and overall communications for status, action items, decisions made/needed and issues and risks. - Create MS Project schedules, meeting minutes, self-managing and updates file shares and SharePoint with deliverables for internal audit purposes. - Develop and implement templates and standards for project deliverables and work products. - Facilitate impact analyses of current/existing technologies on the program. - May contribute and/or lead vendor relationship management for project-related vendors; supports enterprise vendor management standards and coordinates initial contracts, contract renewals, and addenda to contracts with key project vendors. - Support management in data gathering for regulatory and third party reviews. - Monitor project execution and escalates project issues as necessary. - Maintain project website, and issue and risk tracking logs using MS Project, MS Office, Visio, SharePoint, SnagIt. - Maintain a flexible work schedule. - Perform other duties when assigned.
Job ID
2021-14235
Category
Compliance
City
San Francisco
State
CA
Position Type
Contingent Worker (CON)
As a Business Analyst, you will work with cross functional teams to lead business requirements definition to successful completion, including the discovery, analysis and documentation of business requirements, process flows, use cases, and test and training plans within First Republic’s Bank Secrecy Act/Anti-Money Laundering (BSA/AML) and Corporate Security Investigations (CSI) teams.   In addition to industry standard functions of gathering requirements, writing requirements and leading UAT activities within a Waterfall or Agile Software Development Release Management environment, a Business Analyst is also responsible for management, development,  and delivery of communication materials,  training end users, updating model methodologies, and maintaining business requirements documentation.   What you’ll be doing as an AML Business Analyst: - Apply effective business analysis best practices; obtain, define, analyze, prioritize and translate complex business needs into detailed non-functional and functional system requirements by collaborating with cross-functional teams; and communicate requirements to solution providers.   - Manage requirements and test cases in JIRA. - Analyze customer and transaction data from multiple integrated systems. - Work with business users to document end-to-end current state, pain points, and future state. - Facilitate testing, including drafting test plans and test cases. - Prepare data mapping documents and Traceability Matrices. - Define and prioritize requirements to improve the BSA/AML and CSI business processes, monitoring workflow, systems, and data interfaces; define AML monitoring rules; document data transformation and mapping requirements; document business and workflow processes; and implement efficiencies and improvements to BSA/AML  and CSI department functions. - Advise the solution provider, development, testing and production support teams as needed, providing requirements knowledge and subject-matter expertise. - Understand system and data changes that potentially impact downstream systems.   - Continuously improve your subject-matter expertise in the business areas being supported, in order to become a trusted advisor to the business stakeholders.
Job ID
2021-14234
Category
Compliance
City
San Francisco
State
CA
Position Type
Contingent Worker (CON)
Common goals, uncommon potential The Client Experience Associate works as a member of the Administrative Services Department to assist with the day-to-day office operations, and provides support to the local regional managers.  This individual will have strong communication skills for directing and coordinating a variety of projects, and will assist in maintaining a professional work environment.  This includes the daily maintenance and stocking of all pantry and supply rooms.  This individual must be highly customer service-oriented and courteous to all individuals that come into the office.   What you'll do as a Client Experience Associate: - Create a memorable customer service experience for current and potential clients, and provide ongoing support to internal colleagues. - Responsible for answering and directing incoming calls and greeting clients/guests. - Responsible for distributing mail, courier packages, and other shipments. - Keeps record of all employee requests and responds promptly, keeping employees informed on status of requests. - Provides leadership to ensure Administrative Services issues/problems are resolved and escalated in a timely, cost-effective manner. - Contacts appropriate vendors or internal support teams for maintenance issues, which may include facility-related issues or problems with technical equipment. - Establishes and maintains business partner relationships with outsourcing vendors, service providers, suppliers, Information Systems staff, and department heads. - Maintains pantry and supply rooms (order items and keep rooms organized). - Spot checks conference rooms and lobbies throughout the day to ensure environments are tidy and clean for guests. - Coordinates physical access to the office (ID badges/alarm codes) for employees and vendors. - Performs opening & closing procedures for the front desk.  Performs security watch during business hours for all parties entering the office. - Assists with small projects/tasks for local managers.
Job ID
2021-14230
City
Newport Beach
State
CA
Position Type
Regular Employee (REG)
EDCI department is looking for a highly motivated and hands-on Data Engineering Director with experience in strategizing, building, and managing enterprise data solutions in support of identifying business growth opportunities.  This individual will work closely with managers and teams in EDCI department as well as organizations across First Republic Bank.   What you'll do as a Director, Risk Data Engineering: - Research new technologies - Lead the research effort on new technologies. Understand the overall business goals and use them to steer the research effort in right direction - Stay up to date on the constantly evolving big data tools and consider them appropriately to the relevant problems at hand - Clearly define the plan/success criteria for research efforts and move swiftly to achieve them - Plan and execute load tests, benchmark systems, analyze bottlenecks and propose solutions to eliminate them - Problem solving/SME on Data Engineering - Provide technical expertise on Data Engineering challenges for on-prem and cloud use cases - Direct and manage meetings or discussions including senior leadership required for administration of program which includes gaining consensus across a variety of stakeholders - Clearly articulate the results of research, pros and cons of various technologies and platforms for stakeholders - Create custom analytic and data mining algorithms - Analyze the problem, logically break it down and guide on next steps in high pressure situations like severity 1 incident - Thought leadership - Work creatively and analytically in a problem-solving environment - Be a self-starter, find improvement opportunities, suggest ideas to improve ROI - Explore new trends like "machine learning" and find practical use in current setup
Job ID
2021-14229
City
New York
State
NY
Position Type
Regular Employee (REG)
Common goals, uncommon potential This position is a Managing Director, Advanced Planner role which is responsible for the development, design and implementation of a suite of planning services that include consultations, wealth assessments and comprehensive financial plans as well as other wealth planning deliverables.  The team of Advanced Planners serve multiple client segments and this position will primarily work with $8 million plus investment management opportunities; on average $40-50 million net worth clients. Responsibilities will include acting as a point of contact for individual clients and presenting all aspects of the planning services and deliverables.    What you'll do as a Managing Director, Advanced Planning: - Manage and deliver wealth planning advice as well as overseeing the planning process for each client engagement and develop the wealth plans or other planning deliverables for client presentation.  The candidate will: - Have significant expertise in the area of estate and gift tax, wealth transfer planning and income tax planning. - Market the Advanced Planning Services to internal colleagues as well as clients or prospects of First Republic. - Engage clients and independently compile the required information for plan development and recommendations. - Assemble all applicable client data necessary to develop a solid, viable, meaningful wealth plan or deliverable. This process involves direct contact with the client or the client’s other advisors such as their accountant and attorney. - Utilize planning software and other applications to build financial models based on client data and information compiled. - Independently conduct research and analyze data as required - Independently review and prepare an analysis of a client’s estate planning documents. - Deliver major aspects of the wealth plan, other planning deliverables and planning recommendations and advice to the client. Secondary responsibilities include: - Managing confidential client information - Managing client pipeline and the engagement from initiation to completion - Main point of contact with private banking, wealth management teams and internal resources regarding client engagements - Lead various special projects related to planning
Job ID
2021-14226
City
Los Angeles
State
CA
Position Type
Regular Employee (REG)
As a Full Stack Developer, you will be a key contributor to our rapid growth by joining a dynamic technology team. Working on solutions for Business Banking and Credit Admin to improve processes and integrations using API’s, ETL or Micro Services.  This job requires someone who is collaborative and seeks ownership of solutions.   What you’ll do as a Python Developer: - Design and code custom software programs, ETLs, APIs and Micro Services to integrate best-of-breed technologies used by multiple stakeholders in Lending. - Collaborate with architects, developers, security specialists and vendors on innovative solutions to complex business problems, using cloud-based and on- premise technologies. - Communicate with product managers, business analysts and end-users to deliver technology solutions that meet their business and operational objectives.
Job ID
2021-14222
City
San Francisco
State
CA
Position Type
Regular Employee (REG)
Lending Services is looking for a skilled lending professional to join our Commercial Loan Closing team. As a Commercial Closing Business Specialist, you will assist the Bank’s loan teams in originating each commercial loan by ensuring that the loan is documentable and serviceable by the Bank, creating loan files, performing due diligence by obtaining all required client information to support the loan transaction, and consistently updating the commercial loan origination database. You will also review, perform the necessary due diligence on, and capture information to accurately generate and analyze loan and real estate documentation as well as fund and board the loans to the Bank’s accounting system.    What you’ll do as a Commercial Closing Business Specialist:   - Assist Business Bankers and Credit Analysts with managing their workflow, questions regarding products, functionality, etc., providing options and escalating issues when appropriate. - Determine internal vs. external loan documents processing path for each loan documentation package. Accurately generate all required loan documentation within the expected service level. This includes working with third parties such as title companies, legal counsel, etc. - Validate the full and proper execution of loan documentation, close and fund the loans. - Generate and obtain documentation related to the collateral and file all appropriate liens/holds, etc. to secure collateral. - Ensure complete and accurate imaged files are maintained in the enterprise document management system, OnBase for records management. - Perform duties and responsibilities specific to department functions and activities or as assigned by supervisor. - Responsibilities include the following: 1) adhering to and complying with all applicable, federal and state laws, regulations and guidance, including those related to Anti-Money Laundering (i.e. Bank Secrecy Act, USA PATRIOT Act, etc.); 2) adhering to Bank policies and procedures; 3) completing required training; 4) identifying and reporting potential suspicious activity to the BSA/AML Officer; and 5) knowing and verifying the identity of any customer(s) that enters into a relationship with the Bank.
Job ID
2021-14215
City
Los Angeles
State
CA
Position Type
Regular Employee (REG)
The Director, Information Services Communications is responsible for overseeing the direction and development of all IT related change and communication materials in Information Services.   This role will work with a variety of stakeholders, including Information Services management, Marketing/Corporate Communications, various business units, or other stakeholders, to develop a unified messaging strategy.     What you’ll do as Director, Information Services Communications: - Develop and implement strategies and programs to communicate the First Republic’s IT business objectives, culture and values to its employees within the context of overall brand tonality and style. - Play a key role in ensuring IT change initiatives meet objectives on time and on budget by increasing employee adoption and usage. - Partner with Information Services management, Marketing/Corporate Communications, all IS functions and other departments to plan, develop, implement, and evaluate strategic internal communications. - Design, edit and oversee distribution of internal IT communication materials via company newsletters, intranet, emails/memos, webcasts, employee meetings, and other communications channels. - Develop and direct the preparation of all-hands meetings, roadshows, and other critical events focused on IT initiatives. - Provide guidance to the CIO and DCIO and other IS senior leaders regarding corporate announcements on IT topics. - Partner closely with IT Service Management teams to ensure business partners are notified timely and often of all matters that affect work capabilities. - Build framework for IT communications, including templates and manager communication tools - Understand and demonstrate focus/messaging on the value of Information Services and sustaining organizational effectiveness. - Apply understanding of First Republic values, persistent focus on client service, and demonstrated business acumen.
Job ID
2021-14210
City
San Francisco
State
CA
Position Type
Regular Employee (REG)
First Republic Information Services   First Republic Bank is looking for software engineers to help grow our centralized infrastructure team and participate in the development of application software that will be used in production workloads.  You’ll get to work in a professional environment and gain exposure to how enterprise software is built and deployed at a financial institution.  You’ll also get to work in a fun environment that celebrates creativity with interesting people.   What you’ll do as an Software Engineer Intern: - You’ll be assigned to work with in a dedicated feature team building infrastructure for First Republic Bank, - Develop code in the DevSecOps platform space which will be used by the bank, - Learn software development processes that related to financial institutions, - Become familiar with software development in a secure compliant environment
Job ID
2021-14208
Category
Intern
City
San Francisco
State
CA
Position Type
Temporary Employee (TMP)
First Republic Information Services   First Republic Bank is looking for software engineers to help grow our centralized infrastructure team and participate in the development of application software that will be used in production workloads.  You’ll get to work in a professional environment and gain exposure to how enterprise software is built and deployed at a financial institution.  You’ll also get to work in a fun environment that celebrates creativity with interesting people.   What you’ll do as an Software Engineer Intern: - You’ll be assigned to work with in a dedicated feature team building infrastructure for First Republic Bank, - Develop code in the DevSecOps platform space which will be used by the bank, - Learn software development processes that related to financial institutions, - Become familiar with software development in a secure compliant environment
Job ID
2021-14207
Category
Intern
City
San Francisco
State
CA
Position Type
Temporary Employee (TMP)
First Republic is an ultra-high-touch bank that provides extraordinary client service. We believe that one-on-one interactions build lasting relationships. We move quickly to serve our clients’ needs so that their financial transactions are handled with ease and efficiency. Client trust and security are paramount in our line of business. Ultimately, our goal is unsurpassed client satisfaction which will lead to personal referrals – our number one source of new business.   The Business Banking Intern will primarily assist the Portfolio Quality Analysts, Credit Analysts and Business Bankers with loan and deposit matters. The ideal candidate will have a basic understanding of financial services, attention to detail, the ability to work under tight deadlines and the ability to work within the team dynamic.   If you only meet some of the requirements for this role, that's okay. We value a diverse range of backgrounds and ideas and believe this is fundamental for our future success. So, if you have the curiosity to learn and the willingness to teach what you know, we'd love to hear from you.   What you’ll do as a Business Banking Intern: - Build relationships with and learn from Business Bankers, Analysts and supporting teammates who help make First Republic one of the most highly respected Banks in the Country. - Attain foundational skill-sets to begin a career within the financial industry: For example, (1) gain experience in underwriting credit facilities by applying finance, accounting and/or economics tools to the underwriting process; (2) observe how teammates cultivate client and professional relationships utilizing both written and verbal skills; and (3) problem-solve and effectively communicate with peers and management in matters relating to management of the existing portfolio, marketing and prospecting, and process improvement initiatives. - Assist in supporting the Analyst and the team in closing new deals, which includes (1) Researching new borrowers, owners, and management teams (2) Ensuring that new borrowers are in good standing with the state; and (3)Assuring that First Republic is the borrower’s preferred bank. - Maintain existing loans and track financial covenants (1) review borrowers’ financial statements; (2) test covenant compliance; and (3) assure that outstanding advances are repaid by their maturity dates. - Assist with client queries and loan servicing matters related to interest charges, account statements and compliance items. - Role model First Republic’s fast-paced and inclusive culture with timely responses to requests, collaboration with the team. - Assist with financial reporting covenant monitoring which includes scanning/saving financial information, loading files into OnBase, organizing files on the local shared drives. - Assist with research/audit requests by locating and reporting files and other financial information. - Ordering due diligence items such as Articles of Incorporation, Certificates of Good Standings, Credit Reports, Uniform Commercial Code (“UCC”) searches. - Participate in internal credit/deal structuring meetings and develop an understanding of the Business Banking deal making process. - Occasionally join Business Bankers and Credit Analysts on joint client calls and property inspections. - Assist with Google searches and other research which will be utilized in arriving at credit decisions. - Liaison with Marketing Department and assist Business Bankers with maintaining invitation lists for client events, preparing mailers to clients/prospects, identifying and matching client groups with various marketing campaigns and promotions. - Assist the Business Banking Director of Operations on ad hoc projects related to process improvement, technological advancements and ongoing sales support. - Become proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, and Adobe) as well as other systems including OnBase, CLO, LoanVantage, PowerLender, Moody’s. - Assist with the monitoring of the loan maturity and loan delinquency reports and alerting Business Bankers and Credit Analysts of upcoming maturities. - Develop the ability to eventually spread business financial statements, personal financial statements, and individual tax returns. - Local Manager may require additional duties unique to a Team’s Geography, industry niche and other responsibilities which best utilize the candidate’s skill sets. - Participate in the development of department policies and/or procedures and assist with client specific projects as assigned. - Champion independently or in collaboration with other Interns a project that will be assigned by Business Banking. - Responsibilities include the following: 1) Adhering to and complying with the applicable, federal and state laws, regulations and guidance, including those related to Anti-money laundering (i.e. Bank Secrecy Act, US PATRIOT Act, etc.) 2) Adhering to Bank policies and procedures, 3) Completing required training, 4) Identifying and reporting suspicious activity to the AML Officer, and 5) Knowing and verifying the identity of any customer(s) that enters into a relationship with the Bank.
Job ID
2021-14206
Category
Intern
City
Boston
State
MA
Position Type
Temporary Employee (TMP)

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