Loan processor resume sample

Mary Ann
Loan processor
  • [email protected]
  • 1111-1111-1111
  • Skype: mary.ann.wilson
  • United States, Brooklyn, NY
  • 8th Street West, 14, Ap. #2
Professional Summary
Having recently entered the workforce, I understand that I will need to prove myself as a Loan processor. Currently I am looking for a fulltime position as a Loan processor. However, I possess the necessary interact with clients and" complete loan contracts skills to properly perform my duties. My positive attitude and" critical thinking skills further add to my qualifications.
  • positive attitude
  • critical thinking
  • self-managing
  • excellent presentation skills
  • ability to work independently
  • good communicator
  • attentive to detail
  • problem solving
Professional Experience
Loan Officer — Honorable
04/2012 — 10/2017
• Handle customer complaints and take appropriate action to resolve eventual issues.
• Maintain customer confidence and keep loan information confidential.
• Set credit policies, credit lines, procedures and standards.
• Perform regular reports on loan activity.
• Send reports to customers with delinquent accounts, and forward them for collector action.
• Scrutinize and check all of the information on the borrower’s loan application.
• Provide consumers with a high level of customer service.

Finance — University of California, San Diego (UC San Diego) — Bachelor of Science
08/2012 — 04/2016
Technical skills
Microsoft OneNote ••••••••••
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Microsoft Publisher ••••••••••
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Microsoft Access (MS access) ••••••••••
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