Document Analyst - Temporary/Project

DotLoop (Cincinnati, OH)

Position Description:

dotloop is changing the world by connecting people, documents and tasks all in one place...real estate is our target.  As a temporary Document Analyst, you will report directly to the Document Analyst Team Manager and serve as an active member of the Document Analyst Team for a duration of 3 months with a possiblity of full-time permanent employement.

Successful candidates are equipped with strong problem-solving skills, extreme passion for world-class quality and a thirst to challenge the status quo.  This is the perfect position for someone who thrives in a fast-paced environment, advocates for the user and is capable of nimble action with a high-level of confidence.



What you'll be doing...

  • Utilize pre-defined tools and templates to manage projects and communicate status

  • Ensure that project documents are complete, current, & stored appropriately

  • Understand system needs related to the use of forms and their business application

  • Apply dotloop’s intelligence to forms

  • Maintain extraordinary levels of quality assurance

  • Fulfill client requests

  • Complete projects on time

  • Perform other related duties as assigned

Who you are...

  • High attention to detail

  • Willingness to perform repetitive tasks

  • Ability to work independently

  • Ability to learn new processes and software quickly

  • Basic knowledge of real estate industry preferred but not required

This posting is for a full-time temporary position with dotloop. Please do NOT apply if you are selling consulting services or are unwilling to relocate to the Cincinnati Area.  

Compensation:

This position offers a competitive salary with equity and the opportunity to get in on the ground floor of a well funded, rapidly growing, and “change the world” kind of company!

About DotLoop

 Backed by Trinity Ventures, the same firm that backed Starbucks, Dotloop is poised for rapid growth. Dotloop has grown more than 70 percent quarter-over-quarter since 2010. Here are a few recent articles: