Contracts Specialist - Palm Springs, CA

Company Name:
Diamond Resorts International
The Contracts Specialist generates legal documents (contracts) for all vacation ownership sales and performs related tasks required to complete the transaction in an expedient manner. The Specialist prepares and helps facilitate the contract for recordation as directed.
Review purchase proposals for accuracy and legibility.
Perform data entry on legal contracts between the company and its clients, to include incentive letter preparation and processing down payments.
Retrieve credit, loan and account history of prospective clients.
Review contracts for accuracy (i.e., signatures, address, financing, etc.).
Review contracts created by fellow team members for quality assurance and accuracy.
Follow up with sales sites for corrections and recording errors.
Prepare contracts for recordation by making copies and creating packs for distribution.
Copy purchase proposals, club documents, etc. and transmit to appropriate departments.
Track, monitor and transmit money from sales, cash outs, etc. Includes deposit transmittals.

proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook.
High School diploma, GED or equivalent.
real estate
, mortgage and/or sales office experience.
Contracts knowledge and experience.
Financial background helpful.
Previous experience in the hospitality or timeshare industry.

Diamond Resorts International offers:
Excellent earning potential.
Excellent benefits program including company matching 401(k).
Eligibility for our tuition reimbursement program.
Resort Privilege Program (eligibility for travel discounts).
Industry leading training program.
Fun working environment.
Unlimited real growth opportunities.
Apply Today!
Go to www.diamondresorts.com
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Click on "United States"
Click on "Sales and Marketing"
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