I worked at First Marblehead full-time (More than 5 years)
• Starting position was System Developer to analyze student loans that do not require inter-department operators to carry piles of mails and documents during their job function and activities action time.
• Ending position was Manager to design loan approval activities map, functional requirement and human interactions. Accomplishments covered ordering equipment, materials, leading every memorandum on activities, dues, plans during meeting and employee appraisal. • Business product managed are listed as student loan, credit scores, course registration, transcripts, identities, passport, IBM Cobol AS 390, HP Servers, Microsoft SQL Servers, Project Managers, Networking Protocols, EMC InputAccel, Documentum, E-Room, Pega System, and Oracle Data Warehouse. • Customers managed are listed as Federal Reserve Bank, Experian, Equifax, TransUnion, Goldman Sachs,
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Accepted OfferNeutral ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 7+ weeks – interviewed at First Marblehead (Medford, MA) in April 2013.
well first we had to wait almost 5 weeks to even find out if we would be temps, then we had to wait an additional 3 weeks to work, you interview with a manager and supervisor, not hard they were pleasant , ,
there was no negociations
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With a Harvard education costing six figures, that government student loan just isn't going to cut it anymore. Enter First Marblehead. The company provides underwriting and risk management services for lenders and schools who offer private student loans for undergraduate, graduate, and professional education, and to a lesser extent, continuing education and study abroad programs. First Marblehead also provides marketing, servicing, and processing services. In response to deteriorating economic conditions and changes in the student loan industry, First Marblehead has ...