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The Office of Loan Programs designs, delivers and manages housing assistance programs for the recruitment and retention of faculty and senior managers in support of the education, research and public service missions of the University of California. We strive to maintain superior customer satisfaction by providing timely, accurate and cost-effective mortgage products, researching new product alternatives and evaluating industry processes and changes to continually improve delivery of services. We are the systemwide source of mortgage lending products for eligible faculty and senior managers.
The Loan Servicing Operations Analyst will work within the Office of Loan Programs, reporting directly to the Loan Servicing Manager. The Loan Servicing Operations Analyst uses advanced professional knowledge of mortgage loan accounting and servicing to reconcile all department financial activity to the General Ledgers as well as to ensure that loans are serviced in accordance with University policy, applicable industry standards, and Servicing Level Agreements. Contacts are both internal and external to the department at many levels of the organization. Responsibilities include reconciliation of all financial activity to the General Ledgers monthly and at the end of the fiscal year; Handling complex payment processing and reconciliation issues where analysis of situations or data require an in-depth evaluation of variable factors; Preparing monthly and annual reports and statements for borrowers, investors, management and the IRS according to required deadlines, including the annual program results report to the President; Calculating and preparing final distributions from loan payments to investors and campuses; Tracking the status of overdue receivables and initiating established collection activities accordingly; Providing analysis of distressed loan situations, including recommending workout solutions to management. The Loan Servicing Operations Analyst continuously suggests improvements/best practices and monitors the servicing reporting and accounting processes to assist management in ensuring the accuracy and quality of servicing activities.
This position is an 'Assigned Employee' as defined in The University of California Home Loan Program Corporation Services Agreement (Services Agreement) dated February 1, 2014, by and between the Regents of the University of California and the University of California Home Loan Program Corporation (Corporation), a California non-profit public benefit corporation. The Corporation was formed to assume the residential lending activities of the Office of Loan Programs.
Loan Servicing Reporting and Analysis
- Prepare and analyze reports using servicing system software for borrowers, investors, auditors, management and the IRS according to required deadlines.
- Collect and analyze data to prepare annual reporting for review by leadership.
- Annual program report data collection and analysis.
- Gather and analyze data from campuses on usage of program benefits.
- Property tax delinquency monitoring. Analyzes tax delinquency reports from vendor and notifies borrowers of delinquencies to ensure payment of taxes.
- Homeowners insurance monitoring.
- Review payroll deduction reports and updates for monthly rate changes, cancel deductions for paid off loans and enter deductions for newly-funded loans in UC Path.
- Provide analysis of distressed loan situations, including recommending workout solutions to management.
- Reviews request from borrower and assembles file for analysis of financial situation.
- Perform collection procedures for complex loan payment and property tax collection issues according to University guidelines.
Remittance and Reconciliation
- Calculate remittances to investors by utilizing spreadsheets and system-generated reports and prepare wires.
- Calculate and prepare ACH refunds to borrowers.
- Maintain accurate accounting records and ensure the integrity of postings to the University general ledger.
- Reconcile ledgers and prepare journals. Provide oversight for others posting to the ledger.
- Follow cash management procedures and records retention policies according to University guidelines.
- Serve as backup for daily loan payment application, weekly journal processing, and monthly payroll deduction processing.
- Post reports to the investor and campus accessible website.
- Serve as backup for modification and subordination requests.
- May serve as a project manager or subject matter expert.
Advanced knowledge of loan servicing and accounting procedures, and extensive experience working in the mortgage lending industry or related field.
Advanced experience managing complex accounting and reconciliation processes.
Outstanding oral and written communication skills to present information in a clear and concise manner.
Advanced user of common desktop and web applications.
Advanced knowledge of mortgage industry loan servicing systems.
Past experience and advanced knowledge with institutional lending, and FNMA / FHLMC secondary market practices and procedures.
Advanced ability to perform policy and operational analyses.
Bachelor's degree and five years experience in a banking or mortgage servicing environment, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
California Notary License (or willing to obtain)
SALARY AND BENEFITS
Benefits: For information on the comprehensive benefits package offered by the University visit: Benefits of Belonging
HOW TO APPLY
Please be prepared to attach a cover letter and resume with your application.
APPLICATION REVIEW DATE
The first review date for this job is August 8, 2022. The position will be open until filled.
Smoke Free Work Environment: The University of California, Office of the President, is smoke & tobacco-free as of January 1, 2014. UC Smoke & Tobacco Free Policy
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The UCPath Center is the transactional hub for human resources, payroll, benefits, general ledger, workforce administration and academic processes across the entire University of California system.Located in Riverside, California, the UCPath Center will serve more than 200,000 employees from each UC campus and medical center as well as vendors, location administrators, and policy makers from the University of California Office of the President.