QC Analyst-Reviewer / Closing Specialist (Former Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – July 6, 2018
a typical day can change daily or hourly. Management skill set was underdeveloped for the industry and was inconsistent in procedures and decision making issues. Employee development was based on a personal level and not a professional level. Management lacked the ability to train team members efficiently and internal advancement was non existent.
developed team members based on personal relationship-hired their friends frequently
Manager (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – May 29, 2018
Radian was a tremendous place to work at one time with only advancement being an issue. Now all leadership has changed in past 18 months and new leadership is unclear on direction of company. The best people are leaving and moral is low.
anonymous (Former Employee) – Philadephia, PA – May 22, 2018
Upper management has had so many changes within the past several years that it's unclear what direction Radian is heading in as a company. So many good people have left leaving it an unstable place to work.
A typical day at work was very long (13+ hours). I learned how to properly, & safely, handle food. You had to be sales driven, and able to work very independently, which could be challenging. The most enjoyable part of the job was the freedom.
Solid company with great people and good work/life balance
Senior Financial Analyst - FP&A (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – February 22, 2018
I am enjoying working for this company and have learned more about my area of focus: financial/corporate planning. Now that my area has stabilized (had revolving door of sr managers) is has become more enjoyable.
Mortgage Underwriter III (Former Employee) – Remote – December 12, 2017
I enjoyed my time at Radian as an Underwriter. The technology was great, the management team is supportive, the pay was decent not the best but good. My issues were constant fear of layoffs due to lack of loans.
Excellent place to work. Great management and company really values employees. Workload is well managed and did not feel stressed. Loved working from my home office. All equipment was provided and good working order.
Director of Internal Audit (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – September 25, 2017
Excellent workplace culture. Management support for all employees and helping keep the company competitive in the marketplace. The most enjoyable part of the job was interaction with senior management and implementing changes to existing operations.
Work schedule. Balanced approach to meeting needs for remote login from home.
Many changes in leadership over the past few years.
Mortgage Underwriter (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – August 31, 2017
eview and evaluate borrower profile including all income documentation, tax returns, credit reports, preliminary title report, judgments, bankruptcy documents and appraisals. Analyze and calculate income using documentation such as personal and business income statements; ensure all necessary documentation is requested to support final loan decisions. Exercise good judgment, conduct reasonableness tests and issue quality decisions Determine accuracy and completeness of files; ensure consistent processes Demonstrate proficiency in automated underwriting systems Maintain established service level standard of decisions within a 48-hour time frameCommunicate regularly with sales team, processing department and managementFamiliar with multiple investor and agency guidelines and overlays DE Mortgage Underwriter Required Skills and Qualifications:
Learning and Development - Performance Consultant (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – August 4, 2017
The organization served me well for the 10+ years that I worked there. I had opportunities to learn and grow. I held three (3) different roles and became a trusted advisor as well as an ambassador for the organization. New leadership has helped to move the organization forward in a great way.
Great environment and employees
Limited growth potential when I worked there. Things may have changed.
Project Manager for FDOT project (Former Employee) – Tampa FL – June 24, 2017
This company had one main project, the FDOT project. The rest of their work was fill in around the FDOT project. The leadership was poor. The day to day manager had no experience and was going to school part time studying International Finance and was quite immature. The General Manager was often drunk or hung over. The main office was in Canada and had little contact and no control. It was a disaster waiting to happen.
Underwriter (Former Employee) – remote, AZ – June 8, 2017
Middle management would benefit from a shake up. Overall, if you're a contract underwriter your position may be tenuous but that's to be expected. If you are a permanent employee, it's a great place to work.
MI Underwriter (Former Employee) – Remote – June 2, 2017
Radian is a good company but be prepared for lay offs.You are hired as a contract employee for 6 months but that will turn into a year, then a year and a half. If there is not any volume, contract employees are the first to go without warning.
Marketing Support Administrator (Former Employee) – Austin, TX – April 18, 2017
A typical day involved gathering information for reports for the executives weekly and monthly. Another responsibility was to write, rewrite and type resumes of the employees. And another to type project reports.
provide you with in-store initiatives and activities that bring your plans to life
Sales Associate/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – March 29, 2017
Radian’s Activate services provide you with in-store initiatives and activities that bring your plans to life. We develop and implement concepts that are tailored to your customers and objectives. Our turn key solutions mean Food Retailers, Foodservice Distributors, Mass Merchandisers, and Suppliers can create experiences that drive awareness and loyalty, with minimal disruption to daily routines.