Mortgage Servicing Supervisor

Company Name:
Andrews Federal Credit Union
Oversee and coordinate all mortgage loan servicing activities including monitoring of subservicer and managing of subservicing relationship. Responsible for performing a variety of tasks including; overseeing delivery of new loans files, investor remittance and reporting, property tax and insurance payments, escrow account analysis, interest rate change notifications/modifications, and payoff processing/reconveyances. Responsible for managing the loan documentation area to ensure completeness of loan files after closing.
Requires a minimum of five years working in residential mortgage loan servicing, specifically with Ginnie Mae, Fannie Mae, and Freddie Mac. Preferably 3 years in a management capacity. Must have previous tax, insurance, and escrow experience, as well as investor relations experience. Must have working knowledge of FHA, VA and conventional guidelines for mortgage loan origination and servicing as well as applicable laws and regulations related to lending (e.g. Truth-in-Lending, HMDA, RESPA, ECOA, Fair Credit Reporting Act, and Bank Secrecy Act). Knowledge of FICS mortgage origination and servicing software preferred. Must have strong PC skills including word processing and spreadsheets. Must have excellent organizational, verbal and written communication skills. Must be detail oriented.

Requires the ability to sit at a desk and
for extended periods of time. Must be able to use a personal computer, 10 key calculator, telephone, and fax machine.
Join our team! Apply online!
1. Go to our website: www.andrewsfcu.org
2. Click the Career Opportunities link at the top of the page
3. Read an overview of our comprehensive
benefits package
4. Click Search Current Openings
5. View openings by selecting location under Current Listing
6. Complete the online application

Andrews Federal conducts credit, bondability and background checks
Andrews Federal is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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