United Bank of Michigan is seeking a Mortgage Draw Processor.
This is an excellent opportunity for a full-time Mortgage Draw Processor at our Corporate Office in Grand Rapids, MI. United Bank is searching for driven individuals who are profoundly detailed, along with focused on helping our customers by meeting their mortgage loan objectives. Whether you have several years of experience or are new to the mortgage industry, we would love to help you achieve your personal and professional goals.
The Mortgage Draw Processor position is a fundamental position at United Bank. The Mortgage Draw Processor has the important role of providing detailed support to the Mortgage Loan Officers, along with building and keeping relationships with our customers. This includes assembling and verifying all proper documentation in preparation for approval of construction projects prior to closing. You ensure adequate draw documentation for disbursing construction funds according to procedures. You are also responsible for disbursement of insurance claim proceeds as work is completed. You are responsible for the finite details on the loan documentation, including legal descriptions, dates, signatures, and draw standards. You will also be a liaison between the customer and the loan officer, assisting them with questions and attaining proper documentation for draw requests. You are responsible for communicating with customers, builders, and title companies regarding status of draw requests and related documentation. You advance proceeds after all items required for the draw request are received. You will also be responsible for areas of compliance as it relates to your position and may be assigned special projects or additional duties.
This position requires:
- One year certificate for a college or technical school;
- 3 to 6 months related experience and/or training;
- And/or combination of education and experience;
- Regular sitting;
- Utilizing hands & arms;
- Ability to talk & hear.
United Bank of Michigan is proud to be an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer, and to have an inclusive culture to promote and ensure equal opportunity decisions regardless of race, color, gender, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, veteran status or any other legally protected status.