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June 10, 2017

Entry Level Banking Operations | Residential Lending Operations

Filed under: Uncategorized — karol @ 12:30 am

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- Have you recently completed a Bachelor degree in Accounting/Finance/Commerce/Economics or similar discipline?

- Are you looking to establish a challenging and rewarding career in Banking and Financial Services?

- Do you have 1-2 years working experience gained either during your studies or post graduation, ideally within an operations role in mortgages?

This is an AMAZING opportunity to join an established and successful private bank and receive extensive support and training to develop a long term career within Financial Services.

Working as part of this fun and close knit team, you will be trained across broad responsibilities within Lending Operations. You will support the Residential Lending Managers with all operational functions involved in the residential lending process, including:

- Data Entry
- Order valuations
- Prepare Conditional and Formal Approval Letters
- Liaise and instruct exte
al panel solicitor
- Settlements
- Discharges
- Calculate payout figures
- Construction progress payments

To be successful with this opportunity, you must have:

- Completed your undergraduate tertiary qualifications in Commerce / Finance / Accounting / Economics or similar discipline.

- A minimum of 1-2 years paid working experience. Ideally this will have been gained from a corporate / professional services environment within residential lending, however hospitality or retail experience will also be considered.
- Impeccable communication skills, both verbal and written.
- A high level of enthusiasm and a willingness to lea
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- A desire to solve problems and think outside the square.
- A high level of attention to detail.

Opportunities like this do not come around every day. We are interviewing immediately so please send your CV and Cover Letter via the APPLY Link or call Caroline Smith on …… .

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