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At GE Credit Union, you’ll be a part of an organization that cares about its members. We make a commitment to them to provide the highest quality financial service possible, all so they can achieve their dreams. It’s because of our team of talent that our membership stays loyal. Our team is what makes us great.


Mortgage Loan Officer – GE Credit Union
A Mortgage Loan Officer is responsible for developing and cultivating new real estate accounts by building strong business relationships with members, potential members, or other available sources. Gathers required information for accurate completion of mortgage applications, adhering to the credit union lending policies and regulatory agencies. A Mortgage Loan Officer is part of a dedicated sales team, working to achieve aggressive volume sales goals. This position will provide exceptional member service and always project a positive and friendly image for the credit union through interactions with members and co-workers.

• Responsible for interviewing and counseling new and existing members to determine their loan needs and explaining the various loan programs and requirements, terms, and pricing. Assisting members in completing loan application forms, verifying member credit by completing appropriate credit checks and performing financial ratios to determine if member is a credit risk.
• Satisfactorily originates new mortgage loans (purchase, refinance and subordinate) for members while delivering consistent, high quality service and experience.
• Responsible for coordination of loan processing including preparing documentation necessary for approved loan requests; scheduling appraisals; valuing collateral; and ensuring credit union loan policies are adhered to.
• Responsible for closing real estate loans, coordinating buyers, sellers, attorneys, realtors, etc. Must be fully knowledgeable of title insurance policies and practices with the result of a protected lien and satisfied members.
• Seeks out opportunities to enhance the member’s experience by recognizing and presenting additional loan opportunities or offering products and services that would improve the member’s financial lives.
•  Reinforce continuous collaboration and respectful communication between all departments by promoting strong, positive and productive working relationships through the commitment to the company’s core values, vision and mission statements.

Professionalism | Attitude:
• Believes in own capabilities and knowledge to affect positive outcomes and even succeed where others may not and demonstrates that attitude in performing day-to-day activities.
• Self-motivated by the desire to accomplish goals and have exceptional performance; very open to receiving constructive feedback.
• Understands that change is necessary to evolve as a person and an organization, and reflects that in the context of daily work, handling change without becoming disengaged.
• Displays an on-going commitment to learning and self-improvement in areas that are job and/or organization relevant.

• Minimum two years of experience in all facets of lending, including consumer loans, credit cards, and mortgage loans including secondary market mortgage lending preferred.
• The Incumbents of this position acts as a Mortgage Loan Originator (MLO) as defined in the Secure and Fair Enforcement for Mortgage Licensing Act (S.A.F.E. Act) and must have an NMLS number.
• Exceptional analytical skills with the ability to offer viable and creative loan alternatives while staying within credit union risk tolerance.
• Competent with computer technology.
• Must be friendly and able to represent the credit union in a professional and positive manner.
• Ability to calculate lending ratios, conduct loan risk analysis and properly identify credit issues, fraud or other associated lending risks.
• Comprehensive understanding of finance computations, lending calculators and loan contracts including APR, amortization schedules and simple interest calculations.
• Strong written and oral communications skills with an emphasis on urgent and timely responses
• Ability to write and prepare presentations; effectively present the information and respond to questions from groups of people, outside contacts and other GE Credit Union employees
• Ability to read, analyze, and interpret technical journals, financial reports, and legal documents
• Reply to: Mortgageop@myGECreditUnion.com
Fax (203) 783-1140


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