Carrington Mortgage Holdings, LLC

  • Temporary Licensing Analyst

    Job Locations US-CA-Aliso Viejo
    Job ID
    2019-8759
    Position Category
    Legal
    Company
    Carrington Mortgage Holdings, LLC
    Position Type
    Contractor/Consultant
  • Overview

    Carrington is a holding company whose primary businesses include asset management, mortgages, real estate transactions and real estate logistics. Collectively, the businesses are vertically- and horizontally-integrated, and provide a broad range of real estate services encompassing nearly all aspects of single family residential real estate transactions in the United States. Guided by a leadership team with a wealth of industry experience and guided by a consistent philosophy, Carrington maintains the necessary infrastructure to ensure stability and maximize value during any market cycle. 

     

    What We Offer:
     FUN! Including food trucks, lunches on the company, and team events.
     Comprehensive healthcare plans for you and your family.
     Access to several fitness, restaurant, retail (and more!) discounts through our employee portal .
     Customized training programs to help you advance your career .

    Come join our team in Aliso Viejo!

     

    Responsibilities

    The Temporary Licensing Analyst will be responsible for administering Compliance support specific to licensing and state examinations. Perform all duties in accordance with the company’s policies and procedures, all US state and federal laws and regulations, wherein the company operates.

     

    What you'll do:

    • Administer company licensing function for Carrington Mortgage Services and other Carrington Affiliates.
    • Ensure confidentiality of personnel and senior officer personal information.
    • Assist in gathering and submitting state examination materials, coordinating the logistic needs of onsite examiners and maintaining state examination charts.
    • Track and implement new and amendments to licensing requirements in all applicable jurisdictions.
    • Administer mortgage loan originator (MLO) licensing and branch licensing functions.
    • Process and submit annual reports/renewals to Secretaries of States and licensing agencies at least 60 days but not less than 30 days prior to statutory due dates.
    • Monitor MLO new hires and terminations, CMS branch office openings and closings and Nationwide Mortgage Licensing System (NMLS) daily status updates in order to ensure that all licensed locations are appropriately licensed to solicit, negotiate, arrange or make loans, service loans and perform loan modification.
    • Monitor and immediately resolve deficiencies posted in NMLS. Keep manager informed of any critical deficiencies.
    • Ensure pending MLO license applications are being approved within 30-60 days, which may be subject to agency’s processing time. Contact MLOs with pending applications for more than 30 days for potential licensing issues that the agency might have sent to the MLO directly.
    • Notify the Branch or Regional Manager when MLO removes affiliation with CMS in NMLS.
    • Ensure that changes to licensing status of MLOs, branch managers, control persons, and debt collector managers with direct effect on employment are coordinated with Human Resources.
    • Terminate MLOs in NMLS after two business days from receipt of HR Daily Termination Report.
    • Maintain electronic files relative to license applications and correspondence.
    • Ensure branch licenses are transmitted to the branches.
    • Provide current license and exception report.
    • Ensure current licensing information is maintained in NMLS, state websites, licensing spreadsheets and in the licensing database.
    • Coordinate fingerprinting, filing and notary requirements.
    • Prepare correspondence utilizing licensing templates, overnight delivery, receive, sort, and distribute mail.
    • Obtain Manager’s approval on all outbound correspondence to regulatory agencies.
    • Obtain validation of licensing data prior to submission to regulatory agencies.
    • Report individual performance of licensing team members to management.
    • On an as-needed basis, perform research on regulatory licensing issues that is thorough, accurate and timely.
    • Perform other duties as assigned.

    Qualifications

    What you'll need:

    • Working knowledge of state licensing laws and navigation of regulatory agency web sites.
    • Working knowledge of how to prepare and transmit license applications via the Nationwide Mortgage Licensing Database (NMLS) and submitting NMLS Checklist items.
    • Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited institution or equivalent work experience
    • One (1) year work experience in a residential mortgage banking environment with responsibility in the administration of lending/servicing/debt collector licenses in various jurisdictions.

    We are a Equal Opporunity Employer

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