Edina Realty Title Careers
If you are interested in working for a progressive company that strives to provide ongoing career development, look no further than Edina Realty Title. We combine a comprehensive benefits package, an extensive training program and the industry’s leading-edge technology tools to offer a career in the title industry that is second to none.
Edina Realty Title employees are given the opportunity to grow in their careers and advance from within. As a result, the company enjoys strong employee retention; in fact, many Edina Realty Title employees have been with the company for more than 15 years.
We provide comprehensive employee benefits to full-time (32+ hours) employees, including health and dental insurance, short-and long-term disability insurance, 401(k) retirement savings plan, tuition assistance and more.
In addition to regular wages, salaries and overtime pay, Edina Realty Title offers incentive programs that provide every employee the opportunity to earn additional compensation in the busiest times when employees are working the hardest.
We believe that training is the key to helping our employees succeed. That’s why we’ve developed an extensive training program called Edina Realty Title University or “ERT U.” No other title company in the Midwest has a program like ours, and no one else is as dedicated to the personal and professional development of those pursuing a career in the title industry.
Edina Realty Title employees enjoy the efficiencies of working with the industry’s most cutting edge technology, including several internal tools and programs that were developed to meet ever-growing company needs. From order entry through to the closing, Edina Realty Title’s entire paperwork flow is electronic.
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