Title Insurance Review and Clearance Opportunity

I am currently looking for Title Insurance professionals who have experience Reviewing and Clearing Title.
I have an immediate opening and would love your help! The position is located in Laurel, MD, with a starting pay of $35,000 to $38,000 per year based on experience. I am hoping that you may know someone who is qualified, professional and may be looking to make a move. Please feel free to share my information if so.
The basic responisbilities are as follows:

Review the title report presented by the abstractor
Clear title
Analyze the report to determine whether there are issues to be resolved prior to insuring title. For example, a title abstract might reveal that the owner of the property took ownership due to foreclosure. Will have to confirm that the foreclosure proceeding was handled properly in order to issue clear title.
Directly work through the resolution of identified issues and follow through to completion.
Must meet certain criteria established by the Insurance Underwriter when resolving any identified issues.
Status Report will be marked and a determination is made that the title report is clear to close from a title prospective.
Forward the title commitment and closing protection letter to lender.
Forward the title report to the processor for preparation of closing package.
Review the documents (i.e. deed, title insurance commitment, any affidavits (prepared by the processor to ensure accuracy of title report to convey and insure title.

Minimum Requirements:
High School Diploma or equivalent is required
Strong typing and computer skills.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Must have a detail-oriented work ethic
3-5 years of experience in the title industry is required

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