• Temp-Salesforce Administration & Analytics

    Job Locations US-NC-Greensboro
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  • Overview

    The contract position supports the Sales organization in the areas of Loan Officer NMLS research, crediting research and Salesforce entry and clean up tasks.



    Arch MI is a new and growing mortgage insurance company with a strong and global parent – Arch Capital Group Ltd.  If you’re interested in joining a dynamic company and working with a team of motivated, high caliber people, apply today and come grow with us!


    1. Research Loan Officer contact data using NMLS and lender websites and populate info in Salesforce.
    2. Research duplicate contacts in Salesforce and work with Account managers in updating.
    3. Research errors with Loan officer crediting and Contact crediting using NMLS and lender website and populate info in Salesforce.
    4. Work on salesforce accounts adding, deleting and merging tasks.





    Knowledge & Skills:


    1. Experience in preferred
    2. Interest and experience working with systems, databases and analytics.
    3. Proficient in online research and problem solving.
    4. Good interpersonal and communication skills to effectively collaborate and convey information to business stakeholders.


    Education & Experience:


    Required knowledge & skills would typically be acquired through a Bachelor’s Degree or 2-3 years work experience.



    About Our Company

    Arch Mortgage Insurance Company is the flagship U.S.-based mortgage insurer of Arch Capital Group Ltd., a leading insurance and reinsurance company operating through its subsidiaries worldwide. Based in Greensboro, North Carolina, our company is committed to our employees and our customers.  Our Total Rewards package offers competitive pay and valuable benefits.  Plus you’ll have access to a variety of programs supporting your professional development and a culture that encourages innovation, collaboration and professional growth.


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