DETROIT, MI -- Quicken Loans is putting out the help wanted sign in Detroit. The firm is looking for up to 1,800 new workers.
The rush to hire comes as the company announced it closed $40 billion dollars in home loans in the third quarter of 2019, the highest quarterly volume in the company’s 34 year history.
“The first nine months of the year have been nothing less than inspiring – not only in terms of how much our company has grown, but because of the incredible number of clients we have helped achieve the American Dream of homeownership,” said Jay Farner, CEO of Quicken Loans.
The open jobs range from entry-level to mortgage bankers, data scientists, and software engineers.
“New team members will enjoy Quicken Loans’ first-class benefits offerings, featuring comprehensive health and well-being initiatives including on-site meditation and wellness rooms, fertility benefits, adoption and foster-care assistance, paid maternity and paternity leave, a nationwide childcare subsidy and more,” Farner says.
Applicants can go to MyRocketCareer.com