Mortgage Loss Mitigation Specialist (Part-time)

Company Name:
U.S. Bank
Mortgage Loss Mitigation Specialist (Part-time)-140011221
At U.S. Bank, we''re passionate about helping customers and the communities where we live and work. The fifth-largest bank in the United States, we're one of the country''s most respected, innovative and successful financial institutions. U.S. Bank is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to creating a diverse workforce.
Facilitates borrowers'' assistance programs. Restructures the financing for residential loans. Reviews borrowers'' information to determine eligibility for loss mitigation assistance. Prepares documents needed for a workout option. Acquires additional information and documentation from customers. Submits case resolution methods to investor. Processes payments received from incoming mail and other departments. Verifies that all follow up work is completed on accounts and with customers. Organizes and distributes files.
Hours for this part-time position are Monday - Friday 5:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.
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Basic Qualifications
High school diploma or equivalent
One to two years of experience in collections/loss mitigation activities
Preferred Skills/Experience
Strong general office and clerical skills
Ability to identify and resolve exceptions and to interpret data
Ability to manage multiple tasks/projects and deadlines simultaneously; highly detail-oriented
Strong reading, writing, and mathematical skills
Proficient computer skills, especially Microsoft Office applications
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Ability to collect and organize information
Job: Operations
Primary Location: Kentucky-KY-Owensboro
Shift: 2nd - Evenings
Req ID: 140011221

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