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Summit Financial Group, Compliance Assistant, Moorefield, WV

Education requirements:  Associates Degree required or an equivalent combination of education and banking related experience; Bachelor's Degree preferred.

The Compliance Assistant is responsible for assisting with maintaining an effective Bank Secrecy Act (BSA), Anti-Money Laundering (AML), USA Patriot Act (CIP), and Office of Foreign Asset Control (OFAC) Compliance Programs (BSA Program) for the company.  The Compliance Assistant is also responsible for assisting with maintaining an effective Compliance Program for the company and adhering to and complying with all company policies and procedures and federal and state laws. The major areas covered are monitoring, reviewing, compliance, and reporting.


Experience or Skill requirements: 

  • Preferred Banking experience or bank compliance experience
  • Knowledge of banking systems, products, and banking regulations is a plus 
  • Excellent research and computer skills 
  • Experience with Microsoft Office
  • Strong organization skills, highly motivated, and detail-oriented
  • Ability to follow instructions and work independently on multiple tasks in a deadline-driven, regulatory environment.
  • Excellent writing and oral communication skills
  • Ability to retain a broad knowledge of tasks performed in compliance functions and applicable banking regulations


  • Assist with managing the day-to-day operations of the company's BSA, AML, CIP, and OFAC Compliance program.
  • Review cash transaction reports to determine if a Currency Transaction Report (CTR) is required to be filed.
  • Complete the Currency Transaction Reports (CTRs).
  • Assist with monitoring and maintaining of Money Service Business and Exempt customer files.
  • Assist with customer and account-level research on a wide variety of data in an effort to identify suspicious and/or illegal activity.
  • Assist with documenting results of any research performed on a customer or account.
  • Assist with monitoring and reviewing customer and account activity to analyze the customer or account risk level, including high-risk customers and accounts.
  • Review potential hits of various scans to determine if they are a true match to a suspect name.
  • Assist with Compliance research.
  • Assist with completing compliance-related risk and self-assessments.
  • Assist with performing special or target compliance reviews.
  • Assist with writing and updating compliance-related policies and procedures.
  • Assist with implementing policies, procedures, and processes necessary to comply with rules and regulations.
  • Review and approving advertisements, brochures, disclosures, etc.
  • Prepare items for Audit and Compliance committee.
  • Prepare and gather information for compliance-related examinations.
  • Make recommendations to the Director of Compliance.
  • Other compliance-related duties as assigned.


Summit Financial Group, Administrative Assistant to the Director of Debt Management, Moorefield, WV

Education requirements: High School Diploma

Experience or Skill requirements: 

  • Proficient with Microsoft Office, including Word, Excel, Outlook (email, tasks, calendar, etc.)
  • Proficient with web-based computer programs
  • Two years administrative experience preferred

Hours are 8:15 am to 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday, with 1 hour lunch break. On rare occasion, additional time may be required as needed.


  • Prepare Notice of Right to Cure Defaults for all Banks – this includes printing, mailing, notarizing, scanning, and documenting CARM.
  • Prepare various form letters – i.e., acceleration, repossession redeem, repossession deficiency, foreclosure, assignment to repossession agencies, etc.
  • Process and collection of ODP/Non-ODP Accounts (Overdraft Protection).
  • Filing and/or scanning on regular basis.
  • Prepare charge off request forms by date required.
  • Prepare monthly spreadsheet for all repossessed vehicles.
  • Issue weekly overdraft reports to required persons for each bank branch.
  • Ensure Insurance Coverage for foreclosed (OREO) properties is reviewed monthly.
  • Ensure all required file documentation has been included in Treev for OREO properties.
  • Review Summit’s credit bureau disputed items through E-Oscar web portal to ensure all charge offs are being reported to the credit bureau, including, but not limited to, new charge offs and paid charge offs. Deleting loan relationships as requested by Loan Processing.
  • Maintain positive relations with all customers, discussing sensitive personal financial circumstances in a frank, yet tactful, manner.
  • Issue Dealer Recourse reports on weekly basis to ensure Right to Cures have been issued at proper times as per agreement with Dealer.
  • Make collection calls as requested and document such calls on CARM or Bankway Comments.
  • Report weekly to Director of Debt Management.
  • Assist with other Debt Management Department personnel duties as needed during absences, etc.
  • Perform other related duties assigned.


Summit Community Bank, Community Bank Manager, Mathias WV

Education requirements: High School Diploma or Equivalent

Experience or Skill requirements: 
The employee must be highly competent and confident in a sales and service environment. Highly goal orientated. They must be able to be an integral part of, manage and lead a branch team to include working intently with fellow Customer Service Representatives and Customer Service Tellers. They must possess and exhibit a professional manner and excellent interpersonal skills. Position requires the employee to be cross-trained as a Customer Service Teller and be able to be cross-utilized based on the needs of the team and branch office.  Must possess computer knowledge/programs, good typing skills, math skills, be a good listener and problem solver.  Other services as needed such as Professional/Community Organization Participation and/or Membership, Notary, Signature Guarantee and NMLS registration.

This individual must have prior management experience or equivalent retail banking experience.  Applicant must possess initiative, be a good listener, problem solver, excellent organizational, communication and interpersonal relationship skills.  Be able to implement, plan and execute overall bank strategic goals.  Effective at executing sales plans, conducting sales meetings, debriefs, coaching and dynamic team building.  Applicant must be conducive to an environment of multiple priorities and rapid change.  Maintain compliance to the policies and procedures of the company and the regulations of the financial services industry.


  • Manage all facets of a retail branch including:
    • Promote Summit products and services
    • Coaching, Management and Leadership
    • Managing sales activities
    • Managing client retention
    • Risk management
    • Make sure the “Service Beyond Expectations” goals are met and exceeded
  • Make outside sales calls to current business clients as well as prospects
  • Management of retail branch employees
  • Promoting Summit Community Bank throughout the community and local market
  • Primary contact for overall building maintenance and security
  • Develop and Implement strategies to achieve growth of the retail branch
  • Implementation and management of employee work schedules
  • Collaborative team approach to PR/Sponsorship budget
  • Other duties as assigned

Community Bank Manager in addition to management responsibilities will perform a broad variety of account opening and customer services.  Opens a wide variety of Consumer and Business Bank Accounts including loans and deposits.  Identifying and completing referrals to other Lines of Business including but not limited to Mortgage, Investments, Cash Management, Commercial Loans and Insurance.  Ability to identify and cross-sell next Summit service or product.  Community Bank Manager will need to be able to assist clients in many aspects of their accounts, including account reconciliation, account maintenance, online and mobile products and services, wire transfers, debit card, check orders, and overdraft assistance.  The employee must be able to assist and open CDARS accounts/transactions, IRA accounts/transactions, and consumer loan products.  The employee will also be asked to educate and profile clients using bank systems.  The employee will be asked to organize their work to include but not limited to complete sales tracking, plans, follow up client calls, client onboarding and client retention.  Adheres to all policy and procedures of the company.  Follows operational procedures to include security.  Community Bank Manager will make our promise of “Service Beyond Expectations” Begins with Me real and believable by following our defined principles.


Summit Financial Group,  Accounting Assistant, Moorefield, WV

Education requirements:  Associates Degree in Accounting preferred

Experience or Skill requirements:  

  • Two years Accounting experience preferred.
  • Advanced working knowledge of Microsoft Excel.
  • Excellent working knowledge of Microsoft Word and Outlook.
  • High level of professionalism in verbal and written communication.
  • Detail-oriented and highly organized.


  • Maintain and serve as administrator for AMS360 software.
  • Retrieve and post commissions and process checks for Summit Insurance in AMS360 software.
  • Run various reports from AMS360.
  • Send Summit Insurance CEO and other staff the General Ledger for Summit Insurance.
  • Download Federal Reserve and Centerstate Statements for Reconciliation Clerk
  • Serve as back up for Accounts Payable and Summit Insurance Life & Health accounting.
  • Update Loans and Deposits reports.
  • Update Interest Income and Interest Expense report.
  • Prepare Summit Insurance Board Report and Financial Ratios.
  • Update Summit Insurance Employee Reimbursement Spreadsheet.
  • Maintain and post accruals and amortization for Prepaid and Other Accrued Expenses.
  • Post to general ledger reimbursing and tax entries for Accounts Payable.
  • File FR2900 report.
  • Update interest rate spreadsheets.
  • Update and compile Agent’s YTD sales, based on premium, and submit to the CEO of Summit Insurance Services.
  • Post to general ledger interest income, amortization and accretion for securities.
  • Pay and post to general ledger WV and VA sales use tax.
  • File WV and VA Summit Insurance Surplus Lines Tax.
  • Post to general ledger intercompany allocations for various income and expenses.
  • File Business & Occupation Tax returns.
  • Post to general ledger Secondary Market Mortgage loans and keep spreadsheet updated.
  • Post to general ledger Mortgage Warehouse Line entries.
  • Process and maintain bank owned certificate of deposits.
  • Perform other duties as needed.


Summit Financial Group,  Item Processor, Moorefield, WV

Education requirements: Associates Degree or equivalent work experience.
This position will be on a 5 week rotating schedule with one week of late shift.

Experience or Skill requirements:  

  • Highly organized and able to multi-task.
  • Self-starter and team-oriented.
  • Committed to customer service.
  • Experienced in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook.
  • Efficient with a 10-key data entry.


  • Balance, correct rejected items and monitor the direct dashboard report for Direct Teller.
  • Process incoming Fed file.
  • Process incoming Return file.
  • Balance, correct rejected items, and memo post Merchant Capture deposits.
  • Review, process, and memo post My Summit Mobile deposits.
  • Review and correct unposted items for checking, savings, safe deposit box, loan loss, and general ledger accounts.
  • Process and prepare return file for overdrafts.
  • Process Regulation E disputes on dispute tracking system.
  • Index deposit documents.
  • Balance various general ledger accounts.
  • Review signatures and endorsements on Large Items.
  • Compare ATM report to General Ledger to ensure it balances.
  • Complete Social Security Administration income request verifications.
  • Process US Treasury Reclamations.
  • Balance ACH general ledger accounts.
  • Process initiated and received Federal Reserve Bank check adjustments.
  • Process Debt Management requests to close ODP (overdraft protection) and Non-ODP deposit accounts.
  • Process Debt Management requests to add fresh-start accounts to the computer system.
  • Process incoming and outgoing wires.
  • Handle requests and complete work in order to complete the service standards and turnaround time for the department in support of, Service Beyond Expectations Begins With Me.
  • Other duties as assigned.




Summit Financial Group Inc. and the Subsidiaries continuously accepts resumes for positions at any of our locations. If interested in becoming part of the Summit Financial Group team, please forward your resume to:

Summit Financial Group, Inc.
c/o Director of Human Resources
PO Box 179, 300 North Main Street
Moorefield, WV 26836
or email your resume to:
We look forward to hearing from you!
Summit Financial Group and the Subsidiaries are an Equal Opportunity Employer of women, minorities, protected veterans and individuals with disabilities.