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Mortgage Loan Originator I

Overview
You?re a successful Mortgage Loan Originator, which is no easy feat. You combine the unique attributes that make this one of the most versatile and rewarding jobs in the banking industry. You are well connected ? real estate professionals, builders, title companies, and community leaders respect you and refer business your way. And you stay active in the community to make sure these contacts (and as a result your sales) continue to grow. Home buyers trust that you will guide them through the home buying and refinancing process with your knowledge of lending programs, banking policy, and Federal and State regulatory requirements. You?re known for both exceptional customer service and your reputation for ethical practices. It?s a tall order to do all of these things well, but you love your job and enjoy wearing the many hats that make you successful in the role.
Does this describe you? Do you want to be with a bank that respects and rewards you with one of the best commission rates in the industry? If yes, let?s talk because we consider the Mortgage Loan Officer to be one of the most important careers at Simmons.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
+ Develop and maintain relationships with members of the community who can provide quality leads
+ Originate and process loans following underwriting requirements of the bank
+ Provide excellent consultation to customers on loan options, rates and other bank products ? referring leads to others within the bank as necessary
Qualifications
+ At least 3 years? experience as a Mortgage Loan Officer
+ Established professional relationships with the real estate community, builders and other influencers
+ Exceptional customer service and communication skills
+ Attention to detail ? you maintain accurate credit and loan files and follow through in all aspects of the job
+ Sales ability ? you know how to market and promote loan products by utilizing a variety of tools and techniques
+ Proven track record of ethical behavior
Education and Experience
+ Bachelor?s degree from an accredited university and 3-5 years experience in Mortgage Lending, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
About Simmons Bank
For over 110 years, we?ve been dedicated to helping people and businesses achieve their financial goals. Today, Simmons Bank has approximately $14 billion in assets along with over 2,500 associates located in communities throughout Arkansas, Colorado, Kansas, Missouri, Oklahoma, Tennessee and Texas. We?re growing! In fact, Fortune magazine recently listed Simmons as the 62nd fastest growing company in the U.S. Our growth has led to some amazing career opportunities. There?s never been a better time to join our team ? a team dedicated to working together, high integrity, passion for all we do, and a commitment to high performance and personal and professional growth. If these cornerstones of company culture appeal to you, let?s talk!
Equal Employment Opportunity Information
Simmons First National Corporation and its subsidiaries are committed to a policy of equal employment with respect to a person's race, color, religion, sex, ancestry, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, covered veterans, military status, physical or mental disability or any other legally protected classifications. Simmons First National Corporation and its subsidiaries are committed to Affirmative Action Programs consisting of results-oriented procedures to ensure equal employment opportunities. These programs require positive action in lieu of neutral non-discrimination and merit hiring/performance policies.
If you are an individual with disabilities who needs accommodation or you are having difficulty using our website to apply for employment, please contact Corporate Human Resources at 870.541.1137 or.
Requisition ID _2018-2732_
Position Type _Full Time_


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