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Mortgage Advisor
Title: Mortgage Advisor
Category: Other
Job type: Permanent
Job status: Full Time
Salary: £25,000.00
Salary per: annum
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Clark James Recruitment are working with a leading Mortgage provider, due to further expansion within the team they currently have an opening for a number of Mortgage Advisors to complement the existing team.


The purpose of the role is to provide Mortgage advice and services via the telephone or face to face to new and existing clients, all leads are qualified and provided to the Advisors.

Person Specification

• Previous Mortgage Advising experience

• Proven sales experience

• Have good all round technical knowledge

• Good working knowledge of compliance requirements

• Fully CeMAP or equivalent qualified

Key Responsibilities

• Provide a mortgage advice service to new and existing clients

• You will be responsible for conducting initial meetings with prospective clients both face to face and via the telephone

• You will need to gather information about clients financial circumstances to enable appropriate advice to be given

• Maintain client relationships and be customer focused.

• Be proactive and enthusiastic in your approach.

• Adhere to working practice of a compliant environment


• Employed, basic c£25,000

• Excellent opportunities to earn realistic bonuses

For further information regarding this role or to discuss in the strictest of confidence please do not hesitate to contact Sarah Lewis at Clark James Recruitment.
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