Bankruptcy Foreclosure Specialist (Former Employee) – Providence, RI – October 30, 2018
Critical time management skills required to work within this organization. Plenty of room to improve upon processes and procedures. The workplace culture is consistent with the overall company mission.
Representative (Current Employee) – Providence, RI – February 6, 2019
This place was good till the director and ceo were replaced. You work hard and are promised advancements that never accure. You put in so much time and effort for nothing! I used to be proud of working for RI Housing and now it’s reputation is down the drain and no one seems to care! It’s really sad and whenever you try to help and give advise you’re shut down. Managers have no clue of what they are doing and don’t like to be advised either
Employee (Former Employee) – Providence, RI – January 22, 2019
A typical day is greeting your co workers and them reciprocating. Everyone here is so friendly and warm, very welcoming too. My direct manager is great, and I am lucky to have him/her as a mentor. The benefits package is incredibly competitive and offers more than other industries I know.
Temporary Loan Processor CSR (Former Employee) – Providence, RI – June 25, 2018
My typical day at work is great very laid back. Work as it comes in. Management is amazing. The hardest part of the job was waiting for responses as I requested for job verification, appraisal and closings. The most enjoyable part was we worked a team.
Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) – Providence, RI – February 8, 2018
Excellent place to work and most of the employees have worked there over ten years so unlike most places it has great job retention. People are great, managers understand work and family life ratio. Great atmosphere. It is a quasi-govt agency so the pay is not great considering the price of everything in RI increasing.
Escrow Representative (Former Employee) – Providence, RI – December 8, 2017
Many opportunities were presented to learn new skills. Although advancement and job security were compromised, I would consider employment again. Benefits are excellent and much flexibility makes it an attractive place to work.
Data Entry Assistant (Contract position) (Former Employee) – Providence, RI – December 1, 2017
I was a temporary employee here for 4 months and I found the training to be very minimal and there was no room for advancement. I was given 1 day of training and was expected to know the required software from this. If I asked a question, I was treated like I was already expected to know the answer. Okay people to work with, other than the department manager, who had the personality of a brick dipped in lead and was confrontational and rude more often than not.
Neighborhood Stabilization Program Specialist (Former Employee) – Providence, RI – October 3, 2017
Rhode Island Housing is an employer with much to offer. The staff members are professional, knowledgeable and friendly. There is opportunity for advancement within the organization and the downtown office space is a pleasant work environment.
Mortgage Processor (Current Employee) – Providence, RI – July 7, 2017
Orders verification of employment. Reviews and verifies employment information. Communicates with borrower regarding documentation needed to process the loan and maintain effective follow up to ensure receipt of needed documents. Assists loan originator by helping to clear underwriting conditions
A nice place to work, a lot of friendly people helping others
Mortgage Processor (Former Employee) – Providence, RI – April 3, 2014
My work day was very busy working with customers and Lenders in the assistance of submissions loan modification packages for possible workout solutions. I learned a lot of customer service skills during my job at RI Housing assisting customers during a stressful time in their lives. My co-workers were quick to help and provide assistance when needed. The hardest part of the job was not always having a positive outcome for the customers when workout solutions were not possible due to qualifications. The most enjoyable part of the job was working with customers and being able to be a part of assisting them to obtain a loan modification.
Pot lucks, Christmas party and flexable work hours
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Providence, RI – February 14, 2014
• Acted as a bilingual liaison between the company, public, media, and staff seeking information about the agency’s ability to help. • Scheduled and coordinated meetings, interviews, workshops and other activities for the staff. • Answered telephones, assisted visitors and resolved a range of administrative issues and inquiries. • Managed invoices by organizing a detailed list of expenditures for the monthly and yearly budget. rovide service.