Mortgage Loan Processor II (Full Time) - Plainview (10492)

Prosperity Bank is seeking to fill the position of Mortgage Loan Processor at our Plainview banking center.
The Mortgage Loan Processor is responsible for providing administrative assistance for all mortgage loan processing activities. This individual will also receive, evaluate, and review loan applications. Other responsibilities will be to obtain and verify necessary information and prepares documents for underwriting and closing review. Engages title, orders flood zone certification, and appraisals as required. Communicates loan status to all involved parties including buyer, seller, realtor, and title company representatives. Obtains proof of insurance as required on mortgage loans. Assists or refers customers as necessary. Assumes responsibility for related duties as required or assigned. A full description available upon hiring.
Prosperity Bank is committed to providing our customers a personalized service experience, we're looking for people who are passionate about satisfying customers, will not settle for the average, embrace creativity and operate with a sense of purpose. If this is you, then we are looking forward to meeting you and are excited that you are interested in joining Prosperity Bank - where we are Simply Better!
Come join our team and explore the endless possibilities that a career in banking can provide!
A pre-employment credit check will be performed on all qualified applicants.
Prosperity Bank is an Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action employer, and Member FDIC.
Required Skills
Good verbal and public relations skills.
Strong typing abilities.
Good basic math skills.
Able to use related computer applications.
Well organized.
Required Experience
High school graduate or equivalent.
Understanding of mortgage loan processing functions including FHA, VA, and conventional lending. Encompass software preferable.
Knowledge of mortgage related requirements, procedures, and underwriting criteria.
One to two years of related office experience.

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