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Personal Loan Specialist

Job Description:
As one of the nation's largest consumer finance organizations, OneMain serves more than 1 million customers with personal loans, automobile loans, and other credit-related products.
"Lending Made Personal" reflects our commitment to putting customers first.
For 90+ years, we've made the OneMain promise of friendly, fast and affordable financing a reality for our customers.
Opportunities to advance to the roles of Branch Manager, District Manager and beyond are possible for those demonstrating leadership skills.
You can also expand those opportunities by demonstrating a willingness to relocate.
Relocation benefits are based on position eligibility and IRS guidelines.
Starting your career with OneMain, you have the potential to earn $40,000+ per year with salary and incentives, with licensing requirements.
As you progress to Branch Manager, you have the potential to earn $60,000+ per year with salary and incentives.
Business development and full cycle sales of personal loans, automobile loans and other credit related products Follow up on leads from customer inquiries (online or through customer service) Assist customers in making financial decisions to help them achieve their financial goals.
Learn all facets of direct consumer lending Learn credit underwriting techniques and skills Manage servicing and collections activities Provide referral or walk-in customers with the proper loan products to fit their needs Accurately comply with company guidelines and procedures Educate customers on the terms and conditions of the loan to ensure a clear understanding Network within the community to gain referral business Work as an individual contributor and as part of the team to achieve business/organizational objectives

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