Software Engineer - Disclosures & eClose
San Francisco, New York Engineering Full-time Apply
Blend makes the process of getting a loan simpler, faster, and safer. With its digital lending platform, Blend helps financial institutions including Wells Fargo and U.
S. Bank increase productivity and deliver exceptional customer experiences. The company processes nearly $2 billion in loans daily, helping millions of consumers gain access to the capital they need to lead better lives.
One of the most important parts of buying a home is viewing and signing disclosure packages. These documents explain what getting a mortgage entails.
Your job would be helping to build a system to deliver these documents to borrowers. Sounds simple right? Well it turns out there it’s more involved than you would think.
At a high level there are three main problems to solve in order to issue a package. First, we need to grab the latest data from all the systems we integrate with.
This means we need to solve how to keep data from multiple systems in sync. Second, we need to create the package in Blend in such a way that borrower can interact with it.
Lastly, we need to track when each borrower views, signs, and completes the package.
Now to make it more fun, and we need to build all of the above in a way that any partner can easily plugin to our disclosures solution.
These partners could be involved in any of the three problems listed above. As you can see we have a lot to do.
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Blend is an equal opportunity employer that values diversity, inclusion and belonging. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, disability status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
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