Founded in 2015, Verus Mortgage Capital (VMC) is a non-QM correspondent investor backed by Invictus Capital Partners, a leading investment firm. VMC purchases loans in all 50 states and the District of Columbia and focuses solely on the non-QM market. It offers correspondent lenders a wide range of home financing products for creditworthy borrowers.
The Washington, D.C.-based company, with operations located in Minneapolis, and current staff of 82 employees has purchased over $5.5 billion in expanded, non-QM loans since its inception. In addition, through its affiliates, VMC has completed twelve rated securitizations. Interested candidates can learn more about VMC’s investor products by visiting www.verusmc.com.
This position will provide ongoing support to the company’s General Counsel and Compliance Officer on a number of diverse matters.
- Manage state mortgage licensing matters, including maintaining the company’s NMLS account, handling various regulatory filings, and coordinating exam submissions
- Administer and oversee the company’s legal contracts and policies and procedures, including the implementation of a documentation management process
- Overseeing the company vendor management process, including coordinating the distribution, completion and collection of vendor-related documentation
- Provide general day-to-day legal support to the company’s General Counsel and Compliance Officer
A four-year, related degree from an accredited college or university and transactional paralegal training through related work experience.
- Ability to work independently and collaboratively as part of a team
- Eagerness to jump into a project and offer ideas of how to problem-solve without needing a lot of direction
- Be a motivated self-starter willing to learn on the job
- Mortgage industry experience
Verus Mortgage Capital is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants are welcomed to apply and will receive consideration for employment without unlawful discrimination because of a person’s race, religious creed, color, national origin, citizenship status, ancestry, marital status, sex, age or sexual orientation, or because of a person’s disability or medical condition.