Underwriters Prominent Among Mortgage Hirings

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Among dozens of job openings that are currently being filled at several mortgage-related organizations are residential loan underwriters.

Last month,
Embrace Home Loans reported that it was expanding staff across the country. Headcount currently stands at 735 employees.

After that story was published, details were provided by Embrace about the staff additions,
which will be made throughout the rest of this year.

Positions being filled include 50 loan officers, according to a statement from the Newport, Rhode Island-based company. Also being recruited are closing associates, processing staff and underwriters.

The new employees will be primarily located in communities along the East Coast, Kansas and Texas.

Embrace posts information about job openings at www.embracehomeloans.com/join.

A recent news release from Churchill Mortgage Corp. indicated that 28 employees were hired for its branch system. The new recruits work at branches in 11 states.

Brentwood, Tennessee-based Churchill, which reported that 394 people were on its payroll as of June 30, said more than 50 people have been hired for its branches during the first-half 2016.

Information about employment opportunities at Churchill is at www.churchillmortgage.com/careers/.

New Penn Financial
said Wednesday that it is filling open underwriting positions in Marlton, New Jersey, and Plymouth Meeting, Pennsylvania.

The Pennsylvania-based mortgage-banking organization is holding a job fair on Aug. 31 at the Aloft Mount Laurel located in Mount Laurel, New Jersey.

Registration for the job fair is online at https://careers-newpennfinancial.icims.com.

Earlier this month, New Penn held a job fair for open underwriting jobs in Costa Mesa, California.

Information about working at New Penn, which reported a staff of 1,700 people as of March 1, is available at

Staffing at Ellie Mae Inc. has surpassed a thousand employees, an Aug. 15 statement said. Headcount at the Pleasanton, California-based mortgage technology provider was up 36 percent from a year earlier.

“We have continued to grow significantly since we first moved to our new headquarters in 2015,” the statement said. “Now we’re securing the space needed to build our workforce as we continue to build on the success that our team has already accomplished.”

Ellie Mae, a Mortgage Daily advertiser, reports that it was recognized
as a 2016 Bay Area Best Place to Work by the San Francisco Times and Silicon Valley Business Journal.

Career information about Ellie Mae is online at www.elliemae.com/about/careers.


Mortgage Daily Staff


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