Senior Mortgage Broker

Due to continued growth and increased levels of enquiry our client, an established wealth management organisation with a growing mortgage division, currently require a Senior Mortgage Advisor to join their team, with the scope of progressing into a full managerial role.

Our client has seen dramatic growth over recent months in levels of enquiries generated via existing clients (primarily HNW individuals) and as such they are currently seeking to recruit an established and experienced Mortgage Broker who is capable of working within a busy and dynamic environment, who is fully qualified (CeMAP or equivalent), has independent experience across a range of lending, and who can hit the ground running.

You will receive full support in terms of leads, administration support, IT / sourcing tools and have the opportunity for greater autonomy whilst working with other professional like-minded individuals and have scope to build and establish a team.

In return candidates can expect to receive a basic salary of circa £35k as well as excellent overall earning potential and a full suite of benefits.

ReferenceJw45633
Sector Mortgage
Region West Midlands
LocationBirmingham
Salary£30,000 to £35,000 Basic
Job typePermanent

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