Call Center – Solution Specialist (Tampa)

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Ad Details

  • Ad ID: 187892

  • Added: March 17, 2021

  • Location: United States

  • State: Florida

  • City: Tampa

  • Phone: (727) 215-5489

  • Views: 516


Mortgage Loan Default Solution Specialist – also known as a Single Point of Contact Specialist SPOC

This isn’t an ordinary call center position, this is more advanced and professional. Less calls, but more quality connection with clients. No script, just a list of options to provide the customer!

The SPOC Specialist I will act as a single point of contact for customers in default or facing imminent default. He or she will act as a liaison between customers and internal workout groups in order to assist customers in resolving delinquencies with appropriate solutions in alignment with investor guidelines, while providing best in class support. The Specialist will act as an owner of in-depth servicing issues research, including payment discrepancies, escrow inquiries, and contact difficulties.

Job Responsibilities

Review accounts, research documents and system notes to determine the best course of action to correct account issues.
Answer inbound calls and make outbound calls to resolve delinquencies and offer workout alternatives to foreclosure.
Track and manage requests for research from internal and external customers.
Report on system queue progress, based on assignments.
Job Requirements

Preferred-1+ years of Mortgage Servicing Experience, including knowledge of Workouts, ARMS, Escrows, and Payment Histories. (up to $18 hour)
Inbound/Outbound Call Center Experience.
Ability to accurately type 30 WPM.
Current, working knowledge of the MS Office Suite, including: Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint.
High School Diploma or equivalent.
Experience with Fiserv, Aspect, or similar systems is a Plus.
Fluency in multiple languages is a Plus
Job Type: Full-time

Call or text 7272155489

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