Branch Opportunity of the Week: People make the difference at Carrington

by MPA08 Aug 2014

Are you interested in being a part of an entrepreneurial and dynamic organization that is re-setting the bar for an entire industry?

Carrington Mortgage Services, LLC ("CMS") and Carrington Mortgage Holdings, LLC ("CMH") are doing just that. Our family of companies provides a full spectrum of services from origination to servicing. We are committed to providing an excellent return for our stakeholders and providing superior service to our customers.

PEOPLE Make the Difference at CMS

At CMS, we conduct ourselves and our business according to some very simple yet critical guiding principles:


These principles form the foundation of our organization, from which we can as individuals, teams, departments and an entire organization achieve outstanding results together.

We operate 3 centralized origination units out of our Santa Ana location and have 24 retail branch locations -- with plans to expand our branch network even further.

From all of our locations, we deliver premier service to our borrowers and stakeholders. We are focused on the excellent execution of our business and do so by providing our Associates with the tools and opportunities to continually enhance their knowledge and skills.

Our PEOPLE principles are evident in the comprehensive compensation and benefits offerings at CMS.

If you are ready to explore the opportunities at CMS or CMH click here for a listing of available positions and the opportunity to apply on-line.

Even if you are not ready to make a move today, we are always seeking great talent. If you have a passion for delivering excellent results while providing stellar service, please create a profile to stay abreast of new opportunities by clicking here.

We offer very competitive compensation along with a comprehensive benefits package.

Carrington Mortgage Services, LLC and all of its affiliates are Equal Opportunity Employers. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, national origin, gender, age, religion, physical or mental disability, sexual orientation, veteran status, marital status, gender identity, or any other status protected by federal, state or local law.


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