Collateral Assessment Officer at Equity Bank Rwanda

lives and livelihoods of the people of Africa socially and economically by availing them modern, inclusive nancial services that maximize their opportunities. With a strong footprint in Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda; DRC and South Sudan, Equity Bank is now home to nearly 8 million customers – the largest customer base in Africa. Currently the Bank is seeking additional talent to serve in the role outlined below.

Collateral Assessment Officer

Reporting to the Collateral Assessment Manager; Collateral Assessment ocer will carry out day-to-day gauging duties; being the main point for technical advice on site, managing quality control and support the Bank in maintaining a high level of health and safety of its Assets.

Key Responsibilities And Accountabilities

  • Provide independent opinion before Loan Disbursement and ensuring all perils & hazards Insurance Policy cover on Properties are obtained through a Bank approved insurance company.
  • Search property legal right records, do property cadastral plans survey for subject property (Collateral), to obtain information about property boundaries and legitimacy.
  • Reviewing all Loan securities provided by customers time to time and ensures the Bank margins are observed.
  • To carry out Cadastral Surveys, locating boundary features and services; to verify deed and Land Certicate plans; to identify easements and way leaves; and to liaise with Service Providers as appropriate.
  • Prepare and maintain sketches, maps, reports, and legal descriptions to ensure the Bank is secured.
  • Determine longitudes and latitudes of important features and boundaries in survey areas using satellite-based global positioning systems (GPS).
  • Verify the accuracy of assessment data including measurements and calculations conducted.
  • Reviewing Sites visit report and re-visit the same for Proper recommendations once advised.
  • Being key focal person in mitigating Risks and ensure every security is duly perfected with Rwanda Development Board (BRD) before issuing loan agreement (oer letter)
  • Any other duty Assigned by the line manager.

Qualification, Experience, Skills, and Attribute

  • Bachelor’s degree in estate Management and Evaluation (EMV) with a minimum of 3 of years’ experience in practicing valuation work.
  • Having required Skilled and practice in valuation work
  • Having Recommendation letter from the senior/Registered valuer He/she was practicing under his or her supervision.
  • Holding an IRPV recommendation that proves that you are being trained to be a professional valuer.

If you meet the above requirements, submit your application quoting the job opportunity you are applying for to the email address below by 04 April 2024. Please include detailed Curriculum Vitae, copies of the relevant certificates, testimonials, and daytime telephone contact and email address. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted. Email to: Equity Bank is an equal opportunity employer. We value the diversity of individuals, ideas, perspectives, insights, values and what they bring to the workplace.

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