Univest Jobs & Careers in Souderton, PA

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30+ days ago

Electronic Banking Project Leader

Univest Corporation of Pennsylvania Souderton, PA

* Provide support for, test & implement new software releases and features & functionality for : * Jack Henry Electronic Solutions * Internet… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Portfolio Risk Analyst II

Univest Corporation of Pennsylvania Souderton, PA

Responsible for monitoring risk by performing reviews of new business and existing transactions, evaluating risk rating accuracy, identifying… Beyond.com


23 days ago

Special Assets Officer

Univest Corporation of Pennsylvania Souderton, PA

* Identify and mitigate potential risk issues against the Bank; interact with Bank personnel, debtors and legal counsel pertaining to such issues… Beyond.com


9 days ago

Trust Compliance Officer

Univest Corporation of Pennsylvania Souderton, PA

Responsible for developing, implementing and administering all aspects of the Trust Department’s Compliance Management Program Develop and review… Beyond.com


13 days ago

Qualified Retirement Plan Consultant

Univest Corporation of Pennsylvania Souderton, PA

Perform additional duties as required. Qualified Retirement Plan Consultant Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in related field or five years… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Senior Underwriting Officer

Univest Corporation of Pennsylvania Souderton, PA

Ensure the presence of a credit culture consistent with the Univest Asset Quality objectives and strategic plan established by the Board of… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Human Resources Generalist I - Entry Level

Univest Corporation of Pennsylvania Souderton, PA

Responsible for various duties associated with New Hires/Terminations, including fingerprinting, first day paperwork, new employee lunch, status… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

SBA Program Officer

Univest Corporation of Pennsylvania Souderton, PA

* Providing support for SBA 504 loans. * Provide guidance for SBA Program Coordinator as needed Ultimately, the SBA Program Officer will help the… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Banking Compliance Officer

Univest Corporation of Pennsylvania Souderton, PA

Oversee all aspects of Univest Bank’s compliance function, including developing and implementing appropriate systems within the overall corporate… Beyond.com


12 hrs ago

Director of Loan Production Operations – new

Univest Corporation of Pennsylvania Souderton, PA

The Loan Production Operations Director (LPOD) is responsible for the day to day loan fulfillment operations unit, including hiring, motivating and… Beyond.com


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Univest Chairman, President, and CEO; Chairman and CEO, Univest National Bank; Chairman, Univest Investments and Univest Insurance William S. Aichele
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    Small,friendly company but little room for advancement

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    Current Employee - Head Teller  in  Souderton, PA
    Current Employee - Head Teller in Souderton, PA

    I have been working at Univest full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    decent pay and benfits, lots of employees with long tenure, friendly staff in branches, strong focus on customer satisfaction and community service. Bank appreciates that it is a small company so does not try to be something it is not by striving to keep up with the larger banks in the area.

    Cons

    Outdated security and operational procedures and technology. Teller computers ran on 10-year-old windows programs and teller system, meaning they would freeze or run extremely slow. Bank policy is "next-day availability" but everything deposited was available immediately (checks and cash). ATM deposits were available next day (at midnight), no matter the amount. Little guidance for operational integrity, even though the importance of branch audits were stressed. These issues leave the bank open for fraud and then look for a lower level employee to blame when bank losses occur instead of looking at procedural inefficiencies.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Take a good hard look at operations and weigh the pros and cons with customer convenience. If you choose convenience over security, don't jump to terminate someone once bank losses occur just to feel better about yourselves.

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