Full-time, paid internship for the duration of 6-8 weeks.
Work hands-on with projects in the Legal department, getting exposure to LexisNexis, State/Federal regulations and performing contract review.
Support the Compliance Department by reviewing compliance requirements for licensing and marketing materials.
Provide responsive, courteous and knowledgeable service to Branches and internal departments.
Use computers to conduct research, including proprietary systems, subscriber databases and internet resources to resolve issues and verify compliance with regulations.
Research regulatory changes, including 50-state surveys to analyze impact company-wide.
Notify Management of changes in industry regulations that impact work product and ensure that corresponding modifications to policies and procedures are implemented.
Research and prepare responses to customer complaints.
Assist Manager with legal matters as needed. Review outstanding case files.
Research and review security incidents. Prepare report for management when security breach has been resolved.
College degree or equivalent required; a degree or a combination of college courses/technical training related to Business, Finance, Legal, etc. is preferred. Must be in law school and/or a recent law school graduate.
Knowledge of, and prior work experience in overall consumer mortgage lending process, industry-related compliance and regulatory requirements related to SAFE, HMDA, ECOA, TILA, RESPA, FCRA, etc. in Compliance-related roles; e.g., prior internal or external work experience includes working in a “lead”/internal subject matter capacity in a mortgage company.
Strong verbal and written communication skills.
Strong detail orientation and highly organized.
Apply sound judgment and thinks critically about downstream impact of changes on processes and systems.
Work independently in a fast-paced environment to complete work.
Manage multiple priorities and deadlines; strong sense of urgency and responsiveness.
Ability to be patient and train less experienced team members, respond to questions, build capability.
Use PDF/Adobe programs and Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
Basic math skills.
Familiarity with different forms of social media and related applications and websites including how they are accessed and used, along with print, radio and television.
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