LOAN SERVICES SPECIALIST (PAID OUT PROCESSING & INSURANCE)

Position Description:
We are hiring multiple Loan Services Specialists in Paid Out Processing & Insurance!

Responsbilities include:
Daily life of loan servicing in a high volume, time sensitive environment.
System maintenance requests, posting of payments/payoff and advances, formal payoff requests, NSF processing, ACH set-up, researching loan histories, hazard and flood insurance tracking, paid out processing to include releasing liens for real estate/non-real estate loans and other duties as assigned.
Ensure that assigned work has been completed and departmental service levels have been met.
* Effectively provide support and/or problem resolution, both orally and/or in writing, to branches and customers for high call volume received through the Branch Central Hotline for Loans and the Customer Care Center, to ensure acceptable customer service for all post-closing loan related issues.
Keep abreast of and comply with all loan operations polices/procedures, bank policy and federal/state and other governmental rules and regulations at a multi-state level.

Note: This position can be filled as a level I or II depending on the selected candidate's skills and work experience.

Position Requirements:
Basic Qualifications:
High school diploma or GED with a minimum of 1 year bank operations, teller or lending experience.

Additional Requirements:
Strong customer service skills
General knowledge of MS Word, Excel, Outlook
General knowledge of loan related documentation
Ability to exercise good judgment
Ability to communicate effectively in oral and written communication
Ability to perform in a demanding production environment
Attention to detail
General knowledge of banking related state and federal regulations

Other Preferred Qualifications:
Preferred experience in processing and researching paid out loan documents, including satisfactions of real estate documents, vehicle titles, UCCs, and other related documents at a multi-state level.
Insurance tracking for flood and hazard.


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