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New Homes Mortgage and Protection Advisor - Ipswich
 
Title: New Homes Mortgage and Protection Advisor - Ipswich
Category: Accounting & Finance
Job type: Permanent
Job status: Full Time
Salary: £55,000.00 - £70,000.00
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Description:
Our clients, a busy independent mortgage brokerage, are seeking an ambitious New - Build Mortgage and Protection Advisor to join their successful team in Ipswich. The client is experiencing high levels of business through their national introducers and repeat business, making this vacancy an urgent one!

Responsibilities:

* Taking inbound and making outbound calls to generate fact-find appointments.

* Advising on mortgage and protection products from the whole of market.

* communicating effectively with support staff to ensure a swift process for the client.

* giving advice in line with legislation and company policy.

Requirements:

* Whole of market (or multi-lender) experience is essential.

* CeMAP and CAS qualified.

* Ambitious and target-driven attitude.

Hours: 9am-6pm Mon-Fri, 3 out of 4 Saturdays or Sundays, with a weekday off in lieu. 5-day week

Salary/Package: £25,000 - £30,000 basic salary (£55,000 - £70,000 OTE)

Due to high amounts of applications if you have not been contacted within 7 days, please consider your application as unsuccessful.

This job has been posted by GCB Agency Recruitment Ltd who is acting as the Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy, working on behalf of their client who is confidential at this stage.
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