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5 Finance Jobs & Career Opportunities

Cash Management Representative

  • Location Ontario-St. Catharines
  • Pay N/A
  • Job type Full-Time Employee
  • Posted Posted 6 days ago

Business Unit Description: Meridian’s Commercial Deposits & Cash Management Team partners with the Commercial Delivery Network to provide comprehensive financial services to address, and exceed, the business banking needs of Business Members and prospects

Senior Analyst, Securitization & Funding

  • Location Ontario-St. Catharines
  • Pay N/A
  • Job type Full-Time Employee
  • Posted Posted 6 days ago

Purpose of the Job: Reporting directly to the Director, Funding, the Senior Analyst, Funding is a member of Meridian Credit Union’s Treasury Team. The Senior Analyst, Funding is responsible for overall funding program management for the credit union. Inhe

Senior Commercial Auditor & Controls Specialist

  • Location Ontario-St. Catharines
  • Pay N/A
  • Job type Full-Time Employee
  • Posted Posted 6 days ago

Purpose of the Job: The purpose of this job is to: Assist the Manager, Delivery Audit Services in developing and executing the Credit Union’s audit plan, and take a lead role in the conduct and day to day management of internal audits; Provide direction a

Commercial Credit Specialist

  • Location Ontario-St. Catharines
  • Pay N/A
  • Job type Full-Time Employee
  • Posted Posted 6 days ago

Purpose of the Job: The Commercial Credit Specialist is accountable for returning high risk loans to performing wherever possible, and minimizing credit losses in situations where there has been a business failure. The role is also responsible for approvi

Director, Funding

  • Location Ontario-St. Catharines
  • Pay N/A
  • Job type Full-Time Employee
  • Posted Posted 6 days ago

Purpose of the Job: The Director, Funding is a key member of Meridian Credit Union’s leadership team reporting directly to the Vice President, Treasury. The Director, Funding is responsible for the operationalization and oversight of all external funding