Full-Time DYUTI Technologies hiring for Mortgage and Web Developers
DYUTI Technologies seeking for Mortgage and Web Developers
DYUTI Technologies, Opportunity to join a Title Processing Team of a leading BPO/ BPM Company located at India’s IT hub, Bangalore.
– AT DYUTI, we combine world class technology, process skills, analytical capabilities and expertise in providing round the clock services to US Mortgage & Title companies.
Post Name:- Mortgage & Title Process
- Title Examiner/ Searcher / QC Associate – with 2 to 5 years’ experience in US title industry.
- Title Associate/ Processer – with 0 to 2 years’ experience.
- Title Abstractors and Commitment Typing – with 0 to 2 years’ experience with good knowledge in real-estate documents.
- US Tax searches and lien Certification (Voice Process) – with 0 to 4 years’ experience, US accent & good knowledge in US Tax Lien certificates
- Graduates with good communication & typing skills (B.E./ B.tech/ PG not preferred).
- Male candidates should be flexible to work in shifts.
Post Name:- Web Application Developers
ASP.NET Web developer(s) with 2+ years of work experience. Candidates should be proficient with .NET/ C# / ASP.NET, MVC, WEB API, CSS / HTML / Java Script, MSSQL and Object Oriented Programming Principles.
- B.E/MCA Candidates can apply.
Interested candidates send resume to:- email@example.com
Walk-in between 11 am to 5 pmDYUTI Technologies
At #25/1, 2nd Floor, Lotus, Bull Temple Road,
above Fabindia, Basavanagudi,
Phone:- 080- 26615006, 40965402.
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