Title Coordinator Job Description

Title Coordinator Job Description

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Title coordinator provides coordination to the client Real Estate team and the C&W Real Estate teams – managing communication.

Title Coordinator Duties & Responsibilities

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Sample responsibilities for this position include:

Working in partnership with the Title IX Coordinator and investigators by serving as the lead contact to coordinate interim measures related to academics, housing, wellness, parking, employment
Representing the Title IX Office for University and community meetings campus and community events
Perform necessary and routine research to resolve problems in assigned area
Track production and quality statistics to meet departmental goals
Escalate situations appropriately to management
Collaborate with supporting departments to execute daily processes and operations
Provide a world class experience for customers
Perform clerical duties as required by the department
Help train new hires to the department and provide support and best practice coaching for upstream teams we support
Coordinating and confirming the proofing and delivery of title products

Title Coordinator Qualifications

Qualifications for a job description may include education, certification, and experience.

Licensing or Certifications for Title Coordinator

List any licenses or certifications required by the position: IX, START, ESL, FEMA, ODCS, ATIXA

Education for Title Coordinator

Typically a job would require a certain level of education.

Employers hiring for the title coordinator job most commonly would prefer for their future employee to have a relevant degree such as Bachelor's and Master's Degree in Education, Law, Human Resources, Social Work, Education Administration, Communication, Legal, Faculty, Psychology, Graduate

Skills for Title Coordinator

Desired skills for title coordinator include:

Client operating systems
Motor Vehicle Title system
Deed preparation and curative process
Real estate titles
Practices and procedures
Real Estate Industry
Title principles
Nationwide real estate titles
Pennsylvania state laws and legislation relating to L&T work

Desired experience for title coordinator includes:

Reviewing files for defects through title analysis and determining resolution
Making contact with internal staff for issue resolution
Making contact with internal/external servicers, attorneys, and local title providers to obtain title products within designated time frames
Determining disposition of interests affecting title
Assisting with order entry and file management
Review of reports to status files

Title Coordinator Examples


Title Coordinator Job Description

Job Description Example
Our company is searching for experienced candidates for the position of title coordinator. If you are looking for an exciting place to work, please take a look at the list of qualifications below.
Responsibilities for title coordinator
  • Facilitation of customer requests via email, fax, telephone
  • Managing a variety of inventory reports
  • Updating existing inventory
  • Maintaining and developing client/attorney closing relationships
  • Assisting underwriting as needed
  • Update website content regularly (experience with HTML is a plus)
  • Search for and contact potential new vendors as required by the Business Unit
  • Oversee the ongoing selection and management of vendor relationships
  • Negotiate with prospective vendors to achieve a cost-effective network
  • Understand business requirements and formally communicate them to vendors (service level conditions, certification, set-up of database account and collection of vendor’s data)
Qualifications for title coordinator
  • Promosuite experience is a plus
  • Maintain and manage relationships with Vendors to ensure they are meeting the SLA (service level agreement)
  • Analyze vendor’s productivity and make suggestions to improve performance
  • Review quality of all potential claims opened by claims intake team
  • Perform preliminary evaluation and triage potential claims to determine type of claim and relative urgency
  • Ensure data standards are met for each potential claim reviewed

Title Coordinator Job Description

Job Description Example
Our company is looking for a title coordinator. To join our growing team, please review the list of responsibilities and qualifications.
Responsibilities for title coordinator
  • Research multi-state title requirements, request duplicate titles, to satisfy transaction requirements
  • Perform administrative office duties such as data entry, title tracking, word processing, filing, copying, scanning, and/or faxing for standard title processing, Bill of Sale Creation and distribution
  • Provide oversight and implementation of policies and procedures at LSUA and LSUE to effectively comply with Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 (Title IX), 20 U.S. C
  • Proactively manage the recruitment and training of Title IX investigators
  • Provide notification of investigations to all parties and determine the extent of each investigation
  • Plan, organize, and implement EEO/AA program activities including an affirmative action plan for both campuses
  • Create statistical and narrative reporting
  • Assist other staff to deliver quality instruction to all students
  • Disseminate letters of notification to parents informing them that their children are enrolled in a Title I school-wide school
  • Assist in assessing student needs and scheduling services to all students according to individual needs
Qualifications for title coordinator
  • Escalate complex issues to management as needed
  • Support testing of new processes and technical system enhancements
  • Minimum of two (2) years of licensing and titling experience preferred
  • Oversee collaborative planning and monitoring the activities of Title I Educational Assistants (Instructional Aides) and Hourly Parents
  • Coordinate the completion of a Title I Personnel Worksheet and submit it to the respective Title I Supervisor whenever there is a Title I Personnel change
  • Maintain all student data related to Title I on the Chancery database for grades Pre-K through 12

Title Coordinator Job Description

Job Description Example
Our growing company is looking for a title coordinator. Please review the list of responsibilities and qualifications. While this is our ideal list, we will consider candidates that do not necessarily have all of the qualifications, but have sufficient experience and talent.
Responsibilities for title coordinator
  • Coordinate the ordering of all Title I materials and equipment
  • Distribute Title I materials and equipment
  • Schedule and coordinate Title I Extended-Day classes
  • Prepare and maintain Instructional Program Request for Extra Pay Forms for the Title I Extended-Day program and the extra duty pay
  • Coordinate support programs such as field lessons, consultants
  • Forward all requests for consultants and contracts to the Budget Analyst in a timely manner
  • Be responsible for systematic means of informing parents of Title I students’ progress
  • Coordinate and maintain documentation on parental involvement activities for auditing purposes
  • Establish/create parent literacy programs
  • Coordinate all parent programs with Project Reconnect and with Title I Parent Involvement Specialist in each District Office
Qualifications for title coordinator
  • Participate in designated Title I professional development activities, which support the school improvement plan
  • Perform other duties as described in the individual School Improvement Plan
  • Perform these and other Title I assigned duties under the direction of the building principal
  • In-depth knowledge of teaching techniques and strategies
  • Experience in training delivery systems for a variety of audiences
  • The ability to communicate effectively in both written and oral forms with all levels of management

Title Coordinator Job Description

Job Description Example
Our innovative and growing company is looking to fill the role of title coordinator. We appreciate you taking the time to review the list of qualifications and to apply for the position. If you don’t fill all of the qualifications, you may still be considered depending on your level of experience.
Responsibilities for title coordinator
  • Participates in the development and implementation of Title IX policies, procedures, and guidelines to drive consistency across the organization
  • Manages efforts to develop standardized Title IX incident management practices to help ensure compliance with Title IX requirements
  • Develops and delivers Title IX training and communications across the organization, including colleagues, students and third parties
  • Collaborates closely with institutional management to ensure program is adopted and implemented consistently across the organization
  • Collaborates with various stakeholders, including Legal, Human Resources, and Regulatory Affairs to ensure the Title IX programs align with other organization-wide compliance activities
  • Provides guidance and advice across the organization with regard to the Title IX program
  • Reviewing, investigating, and monitoring the resolution of reports of sex discrimination and/or harassment (including sexual violence), stalking and relationship violence
  • Organize and maintain grievance files, disposition reports, and other records regarding compliance, including annual reports of the number and nature of filed complaints and the disposition of said complaints, data collection, climate assessment, pattern monitoring
  • Assist in external complaint processes, , Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Office for Civil Rights, Department of Fair Employment and Housing
  • Provide oversight, training, and leadership for all Title IX and Clery Act initiatives and maintain accurate records of all compliance efforts
Qualifications for title coordinator
  • Minimum of 2 years of related work experience in Education
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with all levels of management, both internal and external to the department
  • Ability to adjust eye to bring an object into focus
  • Ability to travel to school throughout the District
  • Ability to lift and carry up to 25 pounds, stoop, kneel, stand, walk, drive and/or be mobile
  • Knowledge of and ability to interpret federal and state laws regarding discrimination, harassment and retaliation

Title Coordinator Job Description

Job Description Example
Our company is growing rapidly and is hiring for a title coordinator. To join our growing team, please review the list of responsibilities and qualifications.
Responsibilities for title coordinator
  • Coordinate and oversee the university’s review, investigation, and resolution of all reports of sexual misconduct, including sexual harassment, sexual violence, stalking and relationship violence, other misconduct defined by the university’s applicable policies
  • In partnership with the Dean of Students Office and Human Resources, ensure that all constituents involved in the formal investigation and resolution of complaints of sexual harassment and misconduct have been appropriately trained
  • Organize and maintain grievance files, disposition reports, and other compiled records regarding complaints of sexual harassment and sexual misconduct
  • Advise individuals
  • Develop, coordinate, and conduct educational and training programs for students, faculty, and staff related to Title IX, the Clery Act, and other relevant laws and regulations
  • Collaborate with other campus departments to develop and distribute comprehensive educational materials including brochures, posters, web-based materials, on sexual violence awareness and prevention
  • Ensure that the policies, procedures, and reporting requirements have been communicated broadly and consistently to the campus community
  • Remain knowledgeable of current federal and/or state laws and regulations related to sexual violence and harassment and Title IX
  • Develop and periodically update university policies, procedures, and practices to achieve compliance with Title IX and other federal, state, and local laws
  • Coordinate and oversee the development and implementation of periodic assessments of campus climate in relationship to sexual violence and harassment
Qualifications for title coordinator
  • Demonstrated ability to deal appropriately with confidential information and exercise good judgment on sensitive matters
  • Demonstrated ability to prepare well­written reports and create effective presentations
  • Ability to handle a significant caseload and manage multiple deadlines
  • Presentation and facilitation skills with emphasis on education and training for a wide audience, including, but not limited to, students, faculty and staff with responsibilities in resolving sexual harassment/sexual violence, and Title IX complaints and with supervisor responsibility, and those whose day­to­day responsibilities involve working closely with students
  • Demonstrated knowledge of Title IX, VAWA/Campus SaVE Act, and Related Sex Discrimination, Sexual Harassment and Sexual Violence Legislation, and Clery Act
  • A bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in a related field

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