Plans by home lenders and mortgage service providers to hire more employees span from the West Coast to the East Coast and involve a variety of positions.
A recent announcement from Brentwood, Tennessee-based Churchill Mortgage Corp. indicated that 25 new employees had been hired.
According to the statement, the new employees are located at branches in Michigan, Minnesota, Tennessee, Texas and Virginia.
Churchill reported a company-wide staff of 350 people as of Sept. 30, 2017. Information about job openings is at https://workforcenow.adp.com/jobs/apply/posting.html.
Eight mortgage consultants were recently hired by Mortgage Lending Services LLC, a news release said. The hirings brought the number of loan officers it has in Minnesota and Wisconsin to 30.
Plymouth, Minnesota, Mortgage Lending Services has subsequently reported that it changed its name to TruStone Home Mortgage LLC. TruStone's career page is at https://trustonefinancial.org/careers/.
After Hurricane Irma, Black Knight
Financial Services issued an announcement indicating it was rescheduling an inaugural Veterans Career Fair. Open positions were in information technology, data security and client support -- among other fields.
As of today, there are currently 96 job openings at Black Knight, with most being in its hometown of Jacksonville, Florida.
Career information for Black Knight is online at https://bkfs.taleo.net/careersection/3/jobsearch.ftl?lang=en.
Earlier this month,
The Money Source Inc. revealed that it expects to grow its workforce by 400 employees this year. The planned expansion by the Melville, New York-based company will take headcount from 600 to 1,000.
A subsequent article from
Inside Mortgage Finance indicated that TMS Chief Executive Officer Darius Mirshahzadeh said that among the planned hirings are 134 retail loan originators and 60 wholesale account executives.
Last month, TMS announced it was "on a major hiring spree to build an in-house ad agency in the greater Detroit area."
Information about working for TMS is at https://themoneysource.com/about-us/#tmscareers.
Also during December, IMF reported that Dan Perl, founder and CEO of Irvine, California-based Citadel Servicing Corp., said the lender is targeting 150 full-time hirings over the following 12 months. The jobs will be in retail and correspondent as well as underwriting, funding and servicing.
Citadel job openings are posted online at http://jobs.jobvite.com/citadelservicing.