Mortgage Banking---Management Trainee Program

Updated on: 12 Nov 2019
Flexible Permanent, 40 hrs/wk Cal State-San Marcos Berkeley (UC) San Diego State University San Francisco State University UC Irvine UCSD California State University of Los Angles
San Diego, CA, United States
International students can apply

Mortgage Banking - Management Trainee Program Description (Sales Orientation)

The goal of the program is to train and develop a college graduate for a career in the mortgage banking business with a strong emphasis in sales and sales management.  The applicant will learn many aspects of the mortgage banking business including loan processing, loan underwriting, document preparation, funding, and sales.  The individual will be hired into a loan processing position to start and will be cross trained in many other facets of the business including extensive sales training.  It is intended that the person be trained to ultimately be a manager in one of many different departments – Loan Processing, Loan Underwriting, Training, Secondary Markets and Sales.

The only qualification is that you possess a four year degree from an accredited university.  No mortgage banking experience is necessary, though the candidate should have some proven work experience while in college.  We are looking for someone who possesses excellent communication skills (written and oral), a strong command of Microsoft Word and Excel, strong interpersonal skills and a strong work ethic.

About LendSure:

LendSure is a new start up mortgage banking company in the San Diego area with plans to grow nationally.   The management team at LendSure successfully built and ran Accredited Home Lenders which, prior to being sold to a private equity firm, had approximately 4000 employees in the United States and Canada. The management team took Accredited Home Lenders public in 2003 and was awarded “best IPO of the year” by NASDAQ.

Interested applicants should forward their resume to abennett@lendsure.com and madam@lendsure.com

Desired skills

Sales

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