Loan Processor (Commercial)



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Augusta/Rockland, ME - (USA) 49 Community Drive Suite 2 ME Augusta , ME 04330 Phone : 207-622-1535

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Loan Processor (Commercial)

Manpower has partnered with a successful financial institution in Skowhegan to hire a Loan Processor! Support an experienced and professional team of loan officers while growing your career at a company that prides itself in providing its customers with a highly personalized banking experience.

What's in it for you?

*Stable full time, temp-to-hire employment

*Excellent schedule: work Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm

*$15.75-21/hour DOE, paid weekly

*Work in an engaging and team-oriented environment

What will you be doing?

*Processing approved loans and documentation for commercial and municipal loans in accordance with established policies and guidelines

*Communicating with lenders, customers, internal staff, and others to obtain required information, respond to inquiries, and resolve problems

*Other related tasks as needed to assist loan officers with all phases of loan processing

What will you bring to the job?

*At least 2 years of experience or training in commercial loan processing or commercial lending support preferred

*Associate's degree or equivalent work experience

*Excellent customer service skills, and effective written and oral communication skills

*Proven analytic and critical thinking skills

*Computer proficiency

*Ability to multitask and meet deadlines while maintaining excellent attention to detail

Let's try to put an end to your job search by applying today. Contact a team member today by calling 207-622-1535 or texting "Loan Processor" to 207-560-0909.

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You'll love working with Manpower - here's what one of our associates had to say about their experience: "Manpower was a great help and provided kind customer service. Thank you!" - T.L., Biddeford