The Processing Team Manager (TM) primary responsibilities include guiding the Processors to daily, weekly and monthly production goals, while ensuring the level of expected service, quality and integrity of the loans are maintained. The Processing TM will be responsible for having one–on-one mentoring sessions with the team members to instill awareness of the team member’s goals, any challenges or areas of focus, and ensuring opportunities are addressed with a plan identified for success. The Processing TM will serve as a communication liaison to ensure that changes are effectively communicated to their team members and as an escalation path for member satisfaction and/or scope clarification or changes. Candidates must possess a strong sense of urgency with an ability to work in a team environment, maintaining excellent organizational, communication, and PC skills.
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Did you know that Americans spend 10.3 years working during their lifetime? And 9.1 years watching television, 4.3 years driving a car, 1.1 years cleaning, 2.5 years cooking…. Regardless of the rest of the statistics, we can all agree that 10.3 years is a long time!
This past week, Digital Risk’s P4 Mentor Program Mentors and Mentees rolled up their sleeves and put on their baking gloves for the program’s community service project at the Ronald McDonald House! As part of the P4 (Preparing Protégés through Professional Partnerships) Mentor Program, mentees complete one community service project for a cause of their […]
Have you ever met a “servant leader”? Would you know if you have? Although the phrase ‘servant leadership’ has been around since Robert K. Greenleaf’s 1970 “The Servant as Leader” essay, the topic regained popularity with the essay’s 25th anniversary edition. Fast forward to today, and you will find that one servant leadership enthusiast in […]
We are excited to share with you our newest inductees into the Digital Risk Achievers Club! These 11 D-Riskers will now join the ranks of top company performers as members of the 2015 Q1 Achievers Club. Hailing from all Digital Risk offices and various departments, these team members were invited to attend an Achievers Club […]
Who We Are: Recently named the 11th fastest growing financial services company in America by Inc. Magazine, Digital Risk is the largest mortgage outsource vendor in America. As the company continues to grow and succeed, so does its need for top-notch Underwriters, Processors, Closers, Appraisers and other mortgage professionals. Digital Risk supplies end to end […]
According to Digital Risk Manager Avenash Singh, one of the reasons he joined Digital Risk in November of 2011 was its unique approach to the mortgage industry and superior reputation as an innovative company. As a licensed appraiser since 2002, he joined the company’s valuation team, Digital Risk Valuation Services. While his background was in appraisals, Avenash collaborated on projects with various departments including forensic mortgage loan review, mortgage loan originations, analytics, and more. Digital Risk’s culture of invention and openness toward ideas has been just the environment for Avenash to thrive, and he feels endlessly fortunate to have learned from the best.
Digital Risk’s P4 Mentor Program is back with a whole new set of Mentors and Mentees, and even several returning members! The P4 (Preparing Protégés through Professional Partnerships) Mentor Program is a companywide initiative created to help high-potential D-Riskers in their professional and personal development by pairing them with Digital Risk leaders as their Mentors.
Defined as meaning to begin again, the idiom “starting over” has a plethora of connotations, including apprehension, excitement and disappointment. Likely, we all had to start over at some point in our lives, whether it is attending a new school, moving to a new town or starting a new job. As for Digital Risk Pipeline Analyst Jean Pierre “JP” Sat, starting over has been a regular occurrence throughout his life.
Team Digital Risk has done it again! For the fourth year running, D-Riskers rallied to support the American Diabetes Association (ADA) through the Orlando Tour de Cure. In total, Digital Risk has raised over $30,000 and cycled over 500 miles throughout four years for ADA! For the 2015 Tour de Cure, team captains Ryan Donelson […]
BIG CONGRATS TO DIGITAL RISK’S P4 MENTOR PROGRAM GRADUATING CLASS OF FEBRUARY 2015 Last week, Digital Risk celebrated its second P4 (Preparing Protégés through Professional Partnerships) Mentor Program graduation for the mentee class of February 2015! In order to graduate, mentees participating in the P4 Mentor Program successfully completed this six-month leadership program and partook […]
Just over five years ago, in November 2009, Ashley Campbell started her first day at Digital Risk as a Data Capture Analyst at the company’s office in Maitland. Since then, as Digital Risk grew and prospered, Ashley too spread her wings and achieved many firsts. Within two months of her start date, Ashley was promoted […]
With 33 teams and over 270 participating D-Riskers from all parts of the company, the 2015 Digital Risk Health Challenge was a complete success! Now in its third year, this competition could not have happened without team members like Maitland Processor Carla Cruz.
Digital Risk’s third annual Health Challenge has come to a close, and the results are in. D-Riskers are in tip-top shape and starting 2015 off on the right foot, but there is one team (from each location) that kicked off 2015 even better – as Health Challenge Champions! Queue the drumroll… and the winning teams […]
“Ask Chris Bevan, he should know.” Countless Digital Risk team members have heard this phrase at some point during their time with the company. As one of the D-Riskers behind many of the forensic loan review tools and enhancements to Digital Risk’s proprietary loan underwriting system (LUSY), Chris is a go-to guy for data analysis questions related to LUSY and other tools at the company.