TrustAtlantic Bank

Mortgage Loan Officer

Location: Raleigh, NC

Opening Date: April 10, 2014

We are currently accepting applications for a Mortgage Loan Officer ("MLO") position to work in one of our Wake County offices.  The primary duties will be to originate quality mortgage loans, including conventional, FHA, VA & USDA loans.  The MLO will be expected to build positive relationships with applicants and represent the Bank in a professional manner at all times.  Duties also include collecting and analyzing financial information and interfacing with underwriters to facilitate loan approvals.  The MLO will need to spend time on business development and cultivate reliable referral sources, while also being responsive to internal referrals received from other Bank employees.  The MLO will be required to operate within all regulatory requirements and possess an existing NMLS#.   

Previous residential mortgage origination experience is required, with a minimum production expectation of approximately $1mm/month.  Processing support will be supplied at no cost to MLO.  Qualified candidates should have existing, consistent referral sources and should not expect to rely solely on internal referrals for production.  This position will include a salary + commission, is eligible for competitive benefits, and includes an excellent work environment! 

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