• First Mortgage Correspondent Secondary Market Lock Desk Specialist

    Location US-MD-Bowie
    Posted Date 1 month ago(7/23/2018 12:05 PM)
    Job ID
    2364
  • Overview

    FIND YOUR PURPOSE.  JOIN OUR MISSION

    As one of the largest credit unions in the region and top performing in the nation, NASA Federal Credit Union (NASA FCU) members enjoy banking with an organization that's well established, financially sound and thrives on technology. With a strong heritage to serving the needs of individuals, the credit union philosophy of People Helping People has always been a priority.

     

    We offer a generous benefit package:

    • $52500 - $77500 / year
    • 401(k) match to 5% of earnings – immediate enrollment and 100% vesting
    • Choice of two health plans – 80% employer contribution
    • Dental – 85% employer contribution
    • Life Insurance – no cost
    • Long-term Disability Insurance – no cost
    • Employee Assistance Program – no cost
    • Paid vacation
    • Paid sick time
    • 10 Paid holidays
    • Profit Sharing eligible

     

    Responsibilities

    JOB DUTIES SUMMARY

    • Responsible for insuring accurate pricing on all loans originated through the correspondent channel
    • Assists correspondent lenders in matching loans with the appropriate product.
    • Publishes and maintains rate sheets
    • Keeps abreast of product and pricing guidelines
    • Intermediate to advanced knowledge of Excel
    • Adaptive to various forms of mortgage software and systems.
    • Maintains a positive outlook with team members in a deadline oriented environment
    • Detail oriented.

     

    Qualifications

    EDUCATION / EXPERIENCE

    • Minimum of two years of experience in a similar position.
    • Experience with typical LockDesk functions and terminology.
    • Familiarity with the work flow typical in a loan origination system.
    • Knowledge of generally accepted practices in the secondary mortgage market.

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