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Mortgage Required Academy

Based in Maidenhead, the Mortgage Required Academy has successfully trained and qualified some of the country’s most successful Mortgage Advisers. We offer participants the opportunity of training to become a fully qualified Mortgage Advisor working for one of the UK’s leading Mortgage Brokers.

At Mortgage Required, diversity and inclusion make us the market leading company we are. We strive to make everyone feel involved, valued, respected and treated fairly. Mortgage Required has built an inclusive culture that encourages, supports and celebrates the diverse voices of our employees. It fuels our innovation and connects us closer to our customers and the communities we serve.

 

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Trainee Mortgage Adviser – Level 1

About the job:

Location: Maidenhead, Berkshire

Mortgage Required, was voted Mortgage Firm of the Year 2020 and due to its continued expansion, require a Trainee Mortgage Adviser.

This role would suit a graduate (minimum educated to A-Level).

In years 2-3, the successful applicants will be put through their Certificate in Mortgage Advice and Practice (CeMap) exams, which are the industry’s professional qualifications.

Package:

This is an employed role with a basic salary and, once you are fully qualified, high rates of commission are payable

Job type: Permanent, full-time 

Candidate:

  • Candidates will be bright, enthusiastic, outgoing, and personable
  • As a minimum educated to good academic A level standard
  • Motivated to work to targets
  • Able to work in a compliant manner within a pressurised environment
  • At Mortgage Required we are far more “about the person” than anything else. The business is fast moving and innovative so sometimes the right adaptable attitude is worth as much to us as the right experience.

Role

  • Administering mortgages to offer stage
  • Establishing and maintaining relationships with Estate Agency introducers
  • Researching mortgage facilities and placing cases with lenders
  • Eventually moving on to telephoning warm leads and making appointments
  • Finally carrying out mortgage and protection appointments and arranging mortgages

 


  

Trainee Protection Adviser

About the job:

Location: Maidenhead, Berkshire

Mortgage Required, was voted Mortgage Firm of the Year 2020 and due to their continued expansion, require a Trainee Protection Adviser.

No experience is necessary, as full training will be given.

In years 1-2, the successful applicant will work as a Protection Administrator, supporting the Protection Advisers with processing applications, completing medical reports and general administration.

Once the time is right, they will be trained on the various provider’s products and start to nurture and sell to their own clients.

Package:

This is an employed role with a basic salary and, once you are fully trained, high rates of commission are payable

Starting Basic- £18-£21,000 depending on experience

Job type: Permanent, full-time 

Candidate:

  • Candidates will be bright, enthusiastic, outgoing, and personable
  • Educated to A-level standard
  • Motivated to work to targets
  • Able to work in a compliant manner within a pressurised environment 


At Mortgage Required we are far more “about the person” than anything else. The business is fast-moving and innovative so sometimes the right adaptable attitude is worth as much to us as the right experience.

Role

  • Administering protection applications to acceptance stage
  • Establishing and maintaining relationships with Mortgage Advisers
  • Researching protection products and placing cases with providers
  • Generating protection business from old clients
  • Eventually moving on to telephoning warm leads and making appointments
  • Finally carrying out protection appointments and arranging policies

 

To apply for a position please contact Tracy Gordon in the first instance via email: tracy@mortgagerequired.com

 
 
 

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