Online exchange connects mortgage lenders with job seekers
Mortgage lenders looking to recruit new talent and mortgage professionals planning their next career change have a new resource at their fingertips: the Mortgage Career Exchange.
Managed by Baltimore, MD-based Superus Careers, the Mortgage Career Exchange allows job seekers to upload their resumes or browse current vacancies in the mortgage industry in the areas of accounting, administration, capital markets, compliance, human resources, IT, law, marketing, management, operations, sales and training. The Mortgage Career Exchange also offers virtual career events, with the next scheduled for February 2.
Companies looking for mortgage makers, underwriters, loan processors, sales managers, and branches and farms can also apply for talent on the exchange.
Careers at Superus spear in the spring of 2020 as the pandemic began. As mortgage rates fell to historic lows, the ensuing refinancing boom drove many lenders to scramble to increase their workforce.
Founder and CEO of Superus Careers Larry Argent has two decades of experience in mortgage banking, including a 12-year stint with VA lender NewDay USA, where his roles included that of Vice President of Recruitment. He was also an assistant professor at the Robert H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland, teaching business career strategies.
With clients that include national banks, regional credit unions, non-bank mortgage lenders, and home builders, Superus Careers says the Mortgage Career Center provides opportunities for seasoned veterans or job seekers looking to break through. in the mortgage sector.
“Our attention to detail and our passion for results are the reason candidates and companies choose Superus Careers,” said Silver in a declaration. “Our in-depth knowledge and commitment to the mortgage industry and the relationships we build between clients and applicants is what makes the Mortgage Career Exchange exceptional. “
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