ARE YOU READY TO WORK AT ALTISOURCE?

  • Are you interested in making an immediate impact on work that matters?
  • Are you looking to join a group of seasoned industry experts, innovators and collaborators relentlessly focused on driving results?
  • Are you intrigued by a billion-dollar company that is financially successful but feels like a start-up?

If so, nice to meet you; we are Altisource! We are seeking energetic, highly skilled self-starters who thrive in a dynamic and fast-paced environment. We offer challenging work and great colleagues as well as career development opportunities.

We are looking for an Escrow Administrator - Closing Admin for our Ventura office to support onshore clients.

 

 WHAT YOU GET TO DO?

  • Receive customer service calls, and request EMD follow-up
  • Obtain trailing documents, stale check investigation
  • Post-closing matters and escalations
  • Distribute under-contract status reporting for onshore client

WHAT ABOUT YOU? You have 

  • Customer service call escalation experience in the Real Estate Title Industry
  • Experience with call center operations developing resolution strategies and implementing action plans to resolve title issues
  • Excellent conflict management skills including the ability to identify problems, research and analyze issues from different perspectives and to diffuse conflict and customer distress

 

PERKS OF WORKING AT ALTISOURCE

Prosperity

  • Aggressive salary based on your experience and skills
  • 401k plans with company match  

Good Health

  • Comprehensive Medical, Dental, and Vision insurance plans
  • Tax-free Flexible Spending Account
  • Life insurance, short-term, and long-term disability

...And Happiness!

  • Paid holidays, plus 19 days PTO first year for a total of 28 paid days off per year!
  • Free snacks, drinks and coffee!
  • Lots of employee engagement activities (differs by location but examples include family baseball games, happy hour, bowling, trips to the zoo and other fun team-building activities)
  • Opportunities to join our community service initiatives, including Habitat for Humanity
  • Employee Discounts on movie tickets, Verizon cell phone service, Microsoft Office, and more!

Are you up to the challenge? Apply today!

Got a question? Contact our Talent Acquisition Team at working@altisource.com.

At Altisource we value diversity, and are proud to be an equal opportunity workplace. We do not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, national origin, gender identity and/or expression, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.

 

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