DIVISON MANAGER- LOAN SERVICING
The West Virginia Housing Development Fund (the “Fund”) is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Loan Servicing-Division Manager in our Charleston Office. Essential Functions include, but are not limited to, overseeing all Loan Servicing operations, making recommendations to improve customer service, efficiency and budgetary results; monitoring all collection, bankruptcy and foreclosure efforts; maintaining servicing compliance with applicable state and federal laws and regulations and investor, insurer and guarantor requirements; training Loan Servicing staff on agency and investor procedures and requirements; developing and implementing strategic plans for the division, including staffing, budgetary and software system needs; responding to quality control loan servicing reviews; and establishing, implementing, updating and maintaining policies and procedures for departmental operations. Core Competencies include: Communication, Customer Service, Leadership, Problem Solving and Results Driven. Bachelor degree in Business Administration, Finance, or related field with a minimum of ten years’ experience in mortgage loan servicing or five years’ experience in addition to other banking-related functions; three years responsible supervisory, management, lending and credit experience REQUIRED. Completion of relevant American Banking Institute courses with a Master’s Degree in Business, Finance or related field and National Mortgage Loan Originator license PREFERRED. TDD#: 1-888-334-5993. To apply for this position, please complete an online application. If a paper application is required, call (304)391-8671.
SENIOR MANAGER- INTERNAL AUDIT
The West Virginia Housing Development Fund (the “Fund”) is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Senior Manager - Internal Audit in our Charleston Office. Essential Functions include, but are not limited to, directing audit staff in the planning, organizing and monitoring of Internal Audit operations related to internal controls, financial reporting and federal program compliance; directing the overall performance of audit procedures, including identifying and defining issues, developing criteria, reviewing and analyzing evidence, preparing working papers and documenting processes and procedures; assisting external auditors in the performance and completion of the external audit; identifying, developing and documenting audit issues and recommendations; communicating the results of audit and consulting projects via written reports and oral presentations to management and Board of Directors; and performing related work as requested by management or assigned by the Audit Committee of the Board of Directors. Core Competencies include: Communication, Ethics, Initiative, Organizational Skills and Self Development. Bachelor degree in Accounting with a minimum of three years’ public accounting or four years of internal auditing experience and CPA REQUIRED; previous auditing of financial institutions or federal housing programs PREFERRED. TDD#: 1-888-334-5993. To apply for this position, please complete an online application. If a paper application is required, call (304)391-8671.
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