Credit Analyst

Great companies achieve superior results for their clients with extraordinary people--this is the net effect of our culture. One of the greatest challenges facing organizations today is attracting and retaining "the best and the brightest" professionals to serve our clients needs. The NewDay USA team is comprised of the most diverse, talented, and energetic people anywhere in the financial services industry. Our employees have the ambition to create the best results for themselves, their team, and the clients they serve. They are also driven to excel by the exceptional opportunities for growth and advancement that are unique to NewDay USA.
NewDay USA offers a dedicated Credit Analyst career track. The Credit Analyst plays an important role in providing consistent, accurate, and quality loan decisions in accordance with NewDay USA and secondary market investor standards. Our Credit Analysts are responsible for evaluating mortgage securities and collateral in order to minimize risk or loss. If you are detail-oriented and are highly self-motivated, organized and passionate about growing a business in a fast-paced team environment, you could be an excellent Credit Analyst.
NewDay USA offers an unrivaled management leadership training program. Add in our generous benefits package and you'll understand why we were awarded one of the "Best Workplaces" and voted the "Top Workplace for Career Training" in 2014 by the Baltimore Sun.
If you are looking for a place where you can make a difference, be a part of something larger than yourself, and have personal, professional, and financial opportunities to secure your future, NewDay USA has the career for you. For more information on NewDay USA, visit newdaycareers.com.

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