Mission: Since its founding in 2008, PennyMac has sought to restore Americans’ trust in home ownership by improving the quality and consistency of the mortgage lending experience.
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We're looking for a variety of positions, including:
Customer Service Representatives
Customer Service Call Center Management
Collections Loan Counselors
Collections Call Center Campaign Administrators
Are you ready to join a fast growing company that provides inbound mortgage leads? We’re looking for talented candidates to join our PennyMac family. If you’re passionate about the mortgage industry, self-motivating, and have a positive, competitive attitude with excellent communication skills, then you are ready to be PennyMac Loan Officer.
A Loan Officer operates as a key point of contact during the loan sales process—educating the borrower on products and helping them understand their full financial picture, in addition to initiating the loan, updating status and reviewing documents and disclosures.
Are you interested in helping the next generation of homeowners fulfill their dream of home? At PennyMac, our commitment to our customers doesn’t end at closing. Our goal is to be a trusted financial partner that you can count on as long as you own your home.
Being one of the top direct mortgage lenders in the country means PennyMac can focus on the needs of its customers rather than maintaining a network of branches and banking products. We’re working every day to improve the experience of finding the right home loan for our customers’ unique needs and offering competitive rates on a wide range of products.
And we’re growing! PennyMac has more than doubled in size in recent years and currently serves more than a million happy homeowners. Are you ready to be part of our culture of innovation and service?
PennyMac values our nation's veterans and is honored to count them among the employees that help drive our innovative mortgage solutions and unparalleled commitment to our customers.
Whether you have years of mortgage experience or are just beginning your mortgage industry career, we always welcome talented, motivated people. We’re making long-term investments in our talent -- our people are our greatest strength. PennyMac is proud to be an employer of choice and is committed to hiring, developing and advancing transitioning military, veterans and their families.
If you are transitioning from the military or if you are a veteran who would like to work for a great veteran-friendly organization that values your service, consider PennyMac.
PennyMac is recognized as a Military Friendly® Employer measured by our commitment, effort and success in creating sustainable and meaningful benefits for the military community.
A cornerstone of PennyMac’s identity is our diversity. We are committed to fostering, cultivating and preserving a culture of diversity and inclusion. The collective sum of the individual differences, life experiences, knowledge, inventiveness, innovation, self expression, unique capabilities and talent that our employees invest in their work represents a significant part of not only our culture, but our reputation.
PennyMac welcomes enterprising students and grads looking to make that vital first step in their careers. Whether you’re looking for an introduction to the industry through one of our internship programs or a foundation for your career through a variety of entry-level position, PennyMac is a great destination for a curious mind.
I have been working at PennyMac full-time
The culture is amazing and they really care about my personal success and growth. There are weekly site meetings that keep me informed of everything that is going on company and office wide. Overall the communication is better than everywhere I have worked in the past and everyone is very accessible.
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I applied through a recruiter. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at PennyMac (Moorpark, CA).
My interview lasted several hours. At first I met with the hiring manager, who was very nice and asked me to review and comment on some code, go over some logical database design scenarios and review a scenario that he believed would be the upcoming project that I was being hired for. After him I met with some of the team members and their question were more of a “getting to know” you type. I also met with another manager, who asked some pretty odd questions. After that I was taken to another building and met with the Business Analyst I’d be working with and two of the users. I left the interview around 6:00 PM and got the call that I had the job by 10:00 AM the next day.