UTAH Escrow and Title Agent

Location US-UT-
Title Examination
Full Time


Become part of a rapidly growing team, dedicated to building creative solutions for the Mortgage Servicing industry. We pride ourselves in ensuring our team performance meets or exceeds company standards while maintaining client satisfaction. The incumbent is accountable for managing workload issues across teams and/or clients and tracking their productivity as a whole. We are looking for a team member that will continue to uphold our stellar reputation in Utah.


  • Prepare/Issue UT titles as Resident Title Agent for our Companies.
  • Prepare/Issue UT policies as Resident Title Agent for our Companies
  • Identify and resolve underwriting issues
  • Ensure compliance with underwriting directives
  • Identify and implement process workflow improvements
  • Participate in testing environment as required
  • Participate in System Enhancement Process
  • Provide 1-on-1 training for team members, as needed
  • Maintain complete confidentiality and privacy of departmental matters
  • Complete all assignments in a timely manner
  • Act as a leader within the company
  • All other duties assigned


  • Must be UT Resident entity or individual 
  • Must have UT license for at least 3 of the last 5 years with both title examination line of authority and an escrow line of authority 
    • An individual so licensed may act as the "qualified licensee" for no more than 2 agency title insurance producers
    • Please note: an attorney with real estate experience can be exempted from the 3 year license requirement 
  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience
  • Strong Customer Service Focus
  • Clear Verbal and Written Communication Skills
  • Ability to Work in Fast-Paced Environment and Meet Deadlines
  • Self-Motivated: Ability to Work with Minimal Supervision
  • Persuasive, Encouraging, Motivating Personality
  • Strong Attention to Detail
  • Capability to Work both Independently and as part of a Team
  • A Problem-Solving Mindset


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