Licensed Loan Officer Assistant

Academy Mortgage Corporation is seeking a well-qualified Licensed Loan Officer Assistant to join our dynamic busy team in our Centralia, WAlocation.

The Loan Officer Assistant will support a high producing Branch Manager in all aspects of the mortgage loan origination process.

Major Duties and Responsibilities
Responsible for assisting with the administrative duties related to client relationships and identifying client service and sales needs. Assists with the coordination and follow up with specialists and experts to ensure superior client service.
Responds to customer inquiries and referrals that are generated from both their own contacts and from the Branch Managers' business.
Conduct interviews with prospective borrowers in order to analyze financial and credit data, determine customer financing objectives, advise customers of product/pricing policies and guidelines, and gather any additional required information.
Ensure exceptional customer service by maintaining thorough knowledge of lending programs, policies, procedures and regulatory requirements.
Demonstrate a commitment to professional ethics, and complying with all federal and state compliance policies and adhering to HMDA requirements.
Must possess advanced troubleshooting and problem-solving skills
1-3 years of similar or related experience
Courtesy, Customer Service, and Tact are essential elements of this position. Work involves a large degree of personal contact with others both in and out of the organization for purposes of obtaining information, building relationships, or soliciting cooperation.
Must be actively and appropriately licensed as a loan officer and meet federal, state, and corporate requirements
Hourly Wage, DOE
As a Loan Officer / Loan Officer Assistant with Academy Mortgage Corporation you would be required to possess your National Mortgage Licensing & Registry (NMLS) registration under the SAFE Act of 2008.

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