Available Positions

Credit Officer


Healthcare Credit


NYC Area (w/remote option)

We have a client (bank owned equipment leasing company) who is looking for a Senior Credit Officer. The company is based in the NYC area but they are open to a remote situation for someone within a 2-3 hour drive from the HQ. The business model of the company is vendor oriented, they are looking for an individual with the following skills/characteristics:

  • Experience working transactions with Hospitals and Out Patient Facilities.
  • Strong Healthcare experience working transactions from $1 to $5 Million or higher.
  • Ability to analyze complex financial statements and assess business cash flow.
  • Ability to analyze personal tax returns, personal financial statements and assess an individual’s net worth, liquidity and cash flow capacity.
  • Knowledge of corporate organizational structures and the impact of these structures on federal tax liability.
  • Knowledge of the fundamental risk factors associated with the Healthcare Industry and assess these risks as part of the overall credit risk assessment and decision process.
  • Ability to effectively communicate credit concerns and formulate alternate loan/lease structures to business unit Vice President, department heads and senior management.
  • Ability to properly identify the key credit risks and reach a prompt and well thought out credit decision.
  • Knowledge of loan/lease documentation requirements in the equipment leasing market.

The company offers an attractive base salary, annual bonus and an excellent benefits package.

If interested, please contact Jim Gavaghan at jim.gavaghan@molloyassoc.com or call Jim at 267-307-2581.

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