Vice President (VP), Consumer Lending Salary
A Vice President (VP), Consumer Lending earns an average salary of $89,497 per year. Most people in this job have more than five years' experience in related jobs.
$50,970 - $147,053
|Salary||$50,970 - $147,053|
|Bonus||$515 - $27,633|
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|$51,750 - $163,027|
Job Description for Vice President (VP), Consumer Lending
- Establish strategic vision and annual budget within Consumer Lending vertical.
- Manage and oversee Consumer Lending audits as required by governing bodies.
- Create, review, and update policies on asset management and Consumer Lending best-practices.
- Foster and maintain partnerships with business partners and stakeholders.
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Q: What is it like working as a Vice President (VP), Consumer Lending?
Vice President (VP), Consumer Lending in Aberdeen:
"Small Credit Union, Many Hats."
Pros: Due to the size of our credit union, each executive level staff member has many hats to wear. I am in charge of consumer and indirect lending but also contribute to business and mortgage lending as well as participate in whatever else needs time and attention. It is a position that requires a well rounded base of knowledge and I enjoy it.
Cons: Absolutely the level of stress and expectations do not match the level of pay. We are small and so is our budget - so it is sometimes difficult to get approval to allocate the resources for the best tools. I am also the only "new" executive team member - all others have 15-20+ years at the same CU.
Vice President (VP), Consumer Lending in Bourbonnais:
Pros: Helping people to become homeowners!
Cons: Not enough flexibility.
Vice President (VP), Consumer Lending in Fritch:
Pros: Stress level. Flexibility. Multi-task.
Cons: Work load. Pay scale. Lack of health benefits and 401k.
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