LSL Property Services plc

  • Customer Outcomes Mortgage Review Assesor

    Job ID
    £23,000 - £26,000 DOE
    Position Type
    Permanent Full-Time
    Car Allowance
    Bonus Scheme
  • Job Profile

    PRIMIS Mortgage Network is the new brand bringing together the First Complete and Pink networks as one. Since 2010 we have been a part of the reputable LSL Property Services and have continued to go from strength to strength. We have an incredible financial services background and a senior management team with extensive experience and knowledge.


    We have an exciting opportunity to be part of this brand, based in either our Chippenham or Solihull office we are looking to recruit a Full time, Permanent, Customer Outcomes Mortgage Review  Assessor to join this award winning business.


    The position is to monitor the quality of Mortgage / Protection advice given by Primis Authorised Advisors and provide feedback to the Regional Compliance Managers and Area Compliance Managers or Practice Supervisors which will, in turn be used to assist in the Advisers development.


    Ideally you will have a previous industry background in the Financial/Mortgage sector and a good understanding of MCOB and ICOB. You will have the ability to work well within a team, and take ownership for workload and work to set quality and timeframe standards.


    CeMAP qualification is essential.


    Salary £23,000 - £26,000 Depending on experience




    For more information on this exciting post please apply now by sending your CV

    Due to the anticipated high volume of applications for this post we cannot, unfortunately, respond to them all. If you do not hear from us, therefore, please assume that your application had been unsuccessful on this occasion but be assured that we will keep your application on file should any similar roles be available in the future.

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