The Real Estate Construction Administration (RECAD) function is responsible for comprehensive credit risk management (consist principally of formal periodic reviews of individual loans, construction administration, and construction documentation compliance and tracking) of an assigned portfolio of commercial real estate loans that require monitoring, administration and servicing through the construction, development and/or stabilization phase(s). Construction Administrators and Construction Specialists are responsible for ensuring superior external customer service quality while concurrently managing construction risk for STI. Direct contact with customers, relationship mangers, credit officers, contractors, inspection engineers, appraisal review officers and outside counsel. RECAD represents a secondary client relationship channel for which it is to provide superior customer service quality, assisting STI clients manage risk and create value in real estate thereby solidifying the STI-Client relationship. RECAD also provides construction loan origination support to Relationship Managers across multiple STI LOBs. QualificationsBasic Qualifications
- Bachelor's degree in a relevant discipline or an equivalent combination of education or work related experience.
- 2 years of construction administration experience, loan administration, loan documentation and/or applicable real estate related experience.
- Demonstrated experience and/or exposure and/or formal training in commercial real estate underwriting, credit analysis and/or real estate valuation.
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