Solar Contract Processor

Solar Contract Processor (Escondido)
We are a leading residential solar installation company with several locations. This position will be located in our Escondido office and will assist and process contracts for all offices.
Process all new residential solar contracts from our sales consultants. Enter all information into our CRM and prepare contract folders with all pertinent legal documents and paperwork. Maintain constant communication with sales consultants during the initial contract approval stage to ensure fulfillment. Merge/create documentation as needed and work closely with our third party leasing partners. Assist with filing records and miscellaneous paperwork and other duties as needed.
Qualified candidates will possess 3-10 years of construction, mortgage loan or underwriting experience. Be tech savvy and familiar with contract processing, imaged documents and be capable of handling a high volume of contracts. We are seeking a highly energetic, reliable and dynamic individual with great computer skills (including moderate to advanced experience in Word, Excel, Adobe and Outlook). The ideal candidate must be a self-starter, organized, meticulous, able to multi-task and prioritize tasks have great verbal/written communication skills. Last but not least, a good sense of humor and openness is a big plus as well as being bi-lingual (Spanish).
Candidates possessing the following skill sets and qualifications will be given first priority:
Experience in the Solar industry
Experience with various home improvement financing sources
This is a great opportunity to join a top rated solar company that is consistently growing and work with a dynamic team. Interested applicants please email a quick cover letter in the body of the email and attach your resumes/references in Word format only. This is a full time Monday- Friday position with occasional overtime as needed.
We offer a competitive compensation of $12 to $15 per hour and benefits package. We are an EOE employer and also encourage the hiring of Veterans. We utilize E-Verify to confirm work authorization with both the Social Security Administration and the Department of Homeland Security.

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