Bilingual Senior Officer, Operations - #86838
Job Requisition ID: 9599
Position Status: Temporary Full Time
Position Type: Hybrid
Office Location: Calgary (AB); Halifax (NS); Montreal (QC); Ottawa (ON); Toronto (ON); Vancouver (BC)
Travel Requirement: Limited
Language Designation: Bilingual
Language Skill Levels (Read/Write/Speak): CCC
Salary: Our salaries generally range from $ 68974.7 to $ 86218.38 and are based on qualifications and experience.
At CMHC, the work you do and the work we do together matters. We come to work every day with a common purpose: to realize a future where everyone in Canada has a home that they can afford and meets their needs.
Our people are second to none. We lean in with courage, band together as a community and try new things to make a lasting impact on housing from coast to coast to coast.
Join us and be part of a team that's committed to making a real difference and be part of something meaningful.
What’s in it for you
We’ve got the purpose, the people and the perks you need for a fulfilling career. Here’s what you get when you’re a contract employee:
- 3 weeks of accrued vacation
- Annual individual performance bonus
- Support in your personal and professional growth with training, mentorship and more – because when you thrive, we thrive
- An inclusive workplace culture and environment with Employee Resource Groups and more
- A hybrid work model that lets you balance working from home and nurturing in-person connections by coming into your region’s office at a minimum of 4 times a month.
About the role
Join the First-Time Homebuyer Initiative team in the Bilingual Senior Officer, Operations position. Your skills and passion overseeing the administration and decisions relevant to lending activities for the purpose of mitigating risks will help support and provide the good client service and achieving corporate objectives.
This is a temporary position of a duration of 24 months.
What you’ll do:
- Administration of First-Time Homebuyer Initiative loans portfolio.
- Administration of Section 95 loan renewals and funding process.
- Maintain quality relationships with clients to understand their needs and objectives and explore opportunities and work in a team environment and contribute to service standards and turnaround times.
- Offer advice, support and alternative solutions to clients and stakeholders including the communication of key decisions, the interpretation of policies and the response to inquiries.
- Negotiate a reasonable solution in line with the risk appetite.
- Provide effective and efficient delivery of services to contribute to service standards.
- Participate in internal processes involving performance monitoring and quality assurance by reviewing and preparing detailed reporting on outcomes.
- Exercise prudence and diligence to ensure compliance with all relevant internal policies and procedures applicable to the function.
- Use effective oral and written communication techniques to deliver quality service.
What you should have:
- Bachelor degree in business administration.
- Minimum of three years of relevant experience in loan activities and administration.
- Strong knowledge of procedures, policies and regulations.
- Strong analytical and problem-solving, strong oral and written communication skills.
- Knowledge of market trends and developments in Canada and of industry partners.
- Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships.
- Strong understanding of serviced client groups in Canada, including related mortgage legal documentation in both common law and civil law.
- Bilingual (English and French).
It would be great if you also had:
- Successful completion of a professional association designation would be considered an asset. Sound knowledge of mortgage financing and real estate laws, default remedy and/or property administration.
- Training and onboarding staff experience.
Posting closing date: Note, the competition will remain active until filled.
Our commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion
We’re committed to employment equity and encourage women, Indigenous Peoples, persons with disabilities, veterans and persons of all races, ethnicities, religions, abilities, sexual orientations, and gender identities and expressions to apply. We also welcome applications from non-Canadians who are eligible to work in Canada.
CMHC is an inclusive workplace where diversity of thought – and of people – are recognized, valued, and considered essential to achieving our mission.
Learn more about our commitment to diversity and inclusion
What happens after you apply
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If you applied before and you were not successful don’t worry – we're always posting new positions, so don’t hesitate to give it another shot. We’re excited to see what you bring to the table this time around!