If you’re good at what you do, you can work anywhere. If you’re the best at what you do, come work for Doma.

Want to infuse a $34B sector of the insurance and real estate industry with predictive analytics and a tech-forward customer experience? Join Doma and send an entirely new type of real estate model into the world.

About Us  

Doma offers solutions for lenders, real estate professionals, title agents, and homeowners that make closings vastly simpler and more efficient, reducing cost and increasing customer satisfaction.

Our Values

  • Customer Obsessed – We always put our customers first.
  • Solution Driven – We solve problems that other people are afraid to.
  • People leaders – We grow all of our people into leaders.
  • One Team – We believe inclusion and teamwork produce the best results.
  • Direct with Respect – We communicate with honesty and respect to our colleagues, customers, and partners.

Summary of Position: 

  • Examines a variety of complex title orders involving the insurance of submerged lands, tide lands, oil and commercial leaseholds and other highly involved property interests characterized by pressing and changing requirements. Inter­prets extensive and unusual customer instructions and adapts company examining, report and policy procedures accordingly. Advises and distributes work to other title officers as appropriate.  Provides title services, recon­ciles title problems, and develops and maintains business by the extensive use of sales and service techniques. 

Principal Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Examines and interprets the varied and highly involved terms and conditions of trust indentures, leases, drilling con­tracts, operating agreements and other complex legal documents in issuing specialized evidence of title including owners and lenders extended coverage, optionee's and oil and commercial leaseholds poli­cies; bondholders, subdivision and litigation guarantees. Examines parcel and proposed subdivision maps, surveys, and complex metes and bounds descriptions to verify coverage of property and insurability of legal descrip­tion.
  • Interprets extensive and unusual customer instructions to determine customer requirements and best method of satisfying those require­ments.
  • Adapts, with management approval, company examining, report and policy procedures to meet pressing and changing requirements such as those encountered in dealings with oil companies, public utilities, governmental redevelop­ment agencies and other large revenue producing customers.
  • Advises developers and sub-divider as to city, county and estate requirements regarding the creation of new multi-property, county or state preliminary reports and combines preliminary reports for issuance of a single policy.
  • Reconciles conclusions of title examination with exten­sive and unusual customer requirements such as in extended coverage orders requiring the elimination or insurance of exception not insured in a standard form policy.
  • Reviews customer accounts, market research reports another market information to determine the availability of business as well as the company's and competitors share of the market.
  • Contacts escrow officers, loan officers, builders, developers, sub-divider, attorneys and other customers to solicit business and ascertain the individual service needs of the customer and establish business and relationships.
  • Represents the company in public, customer and community relations’ activities. Entertains customers at luncheons, dinners, escrow association meetings and company tours.
  • Makes speeches and presents prepared educational programs to customer and other interested groups.
  • May assign and review the work of a Title Secretary or Typist.
  • Advises other Title Officers and title depart­ment personnel regarding service and sales techniques, searching, examining and policy procedures and the insurability of complex and unusual orders.
  • May assign work and monitor production of a clerical or title support person.  

Education and Experience Requirements: 

  • Five years experience in a Title Officer role. Title training helpful. Requires extensive experience in the title industry, including residential, commercial, subdivision, and exchanges. Formal title industry seminars required. Professional communication skills required. Computer skills required.  Real estate and drafting courses helpful. Broad and extensive knowledge and expertise in all phases of title. The ability to exercise excellent judgment and provide sound advice to Title Officers relative to complex title issues.  The ability to provide professional support to sales team at client and industry functions. 

How we’ll value you and make your life a bit easier:

We believe the most valuable investment we can make is to build an outstanding team of colleagues and leaders who are passionate about our mission.

We currently offer the following benefits to all Full-Time employees:

  • Work/Life Balance - We encourage taking Paid Time Off (PTO)!
  • 5-week Sabbatical after 5 years of employment
  • 12 Weeks of Paid Family Bonding Leave (Maternity and Paternity)
  • Incredible medical, dental, and vision benefits options to allow you to customize to you and your family’s needs that all start on your first day of employment
  • Flexible Spending Account (FSA) & Health Savings Account (HSA)
  • 401K with company match program
  • Tuition Reimbursement
  • Short-Term & Long-Term Disability
  • Commuter Flexible Spending Account (i.e. Transit or Parking)
  • Supplemental Life and AD&D Insurance
  • Auto & Home Insurance Group Life Insurance
  • Critical Illness, Injury and Hospital Insurance 
  • Pet Insurance

We believe in Equal Opportunity

We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.

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