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At Mulligan Funding you'll be working with a team of skilled professionals that treat you like we treat our clients - as a valued partner. We're a family owned business and it shows in our culture. You'll never get lost in the shuffle here. We recognize and reward talent, work ethic and integrity.
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If you’re looking for a great opportunity to use your skills and experience to help others and to be recognized for your efforts, then keep reading. You can view our current openings below. If you don’t see a position that matches your experience, you are welcome to send us a resume for future openings.
  • 01. Associate Credit Analyst

    Mulligan Funding is a working capital lender providing businesses across the country with the capital they need to successfully compete, grow and thrive. With over $250M in funding to tens of thousands of clients throughout the country, Mulligan Funding is entering a new stage of significant growth.

    The team of credit analysts at Mulligan are responsible for assessing the financial condition of small businesses and approving/declining loan requests. Unlike working at a bank, this is an extremely fast-paced role with very little red-tape, that will involve decision-making authority. Credit analysts must be adept at multitasking, critical thinking, and extemporaneous decision-making. New hires will be trained by experienced analysts. This position offers a high growth potential for quick-learners and is open to recent graduates.

    Day-to-day job duties:
    • Review financial statements and conduct in-depth analysis of business bank statements to determine credit worthiness of small businesses
    • Analyze personal & business credit reports
    • Assess the impact of the guarantor on the company’s ability to service debt
    • Interview the owners/managers of businesses about company operations, cash flow, and proposed use of funds
    • Conduct ad hoc research on businesses and industries to protect against fraud
    • Size, structure, and price loans for approved clients
    • Complete credit memos for large loan approvals and present proposals to credit committee
    Qualifications:
    • Bachelors’ degree, preferably in Business, Finance, Accounting, Economics, or a similar discipline
    • Minimum GPA of a 3.0
    • A strong grasp of accounting principles and ability to dissect financial statements
    • Prior internship or job experience in a finance or accounting related field
    • Well-developed organizational, communication, and time-management skills
    • Adept in all Microsoft Office Products, G-Suite, and ability to quickly pick up new programs and CRM systems
    • Strong critical thinking, mathematical, and analytical skills
    • Ability to make complex decisions under pressure in a fast-paced environment
    Benefits:
    • Competitive compensation package
    • Great Medical, Vision and Dental Benefits
    • 401K with matching contribution
    • Paid Sick Time, Vacation, and Holidays
    • Gym membership contribution
    • Company-sponsored team activities
    • Be part of a dynamic, growing team in a highly regarded organization
    • Start-up culture, within an established business with 10 years of experience
    • Great central location – Easy access from highway
    • An entrepreneurial, fast-paced, highly collaborative and growing environment, with the ability to contribute meaningfully to the success of the enterprise

    If think you’re up for the challenge and want to learn more, send your resume and cover letter to careers@mulliganfunding.com.

    Mulligan Funding is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE) and takes great pride in building a diverse work environment. Qualified applicants are considered for employment without regard to age, race, religion, gender, national origin, sexual orientation, disability or veteran status.

    To apply, use the button below to send an email to Careers@MulliganFunding.com. Don’t forget to attach your cover letter and resume!

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  • 02. Lead UX Designer

    Mulligan Funding is a leading working capital lender providing businesses across the country with the funds they need to successfully compete, grow and thrive. With over $250M in funding to thousands of clients throughout the country, Mulligan Funding is entering a new stage of significant growth.

    In the Lead UX Designer role you will work closely with internal and external users to shape the experience and design of Mulligan Funding’s software applications.  A successful UX Designer digs deep to understand user and business context, is able to navigate complex systems and processes, possesses an exceptional attention to detail, and has outstanding interpersonal skills.

    Key Functional Areas of Responsibility:
    • Take a user-centered design approach, and rapidly test and iterate your designs while collaborating with other team members and stakeholders.
    • Create new digital interface designs, including (but not limited to) user flows, wireframes, mock-ups, and interactive prototypes.
    • Work with engineering teams to ensure viability and proper implementation of the design vision, focusing on simplicity and ease of use.
    • Help develop flexible design guidelines to maintain consistent user interfaces across products and platforms as we grow.
    • Acquire a deep understanding of our internal and external users by conducting user research and evaluating user data.
    • Evangelize UX throughout the organization.
    Professional Skills & Qualifications:
    • Three or more years of UX Design experience.
    • Expertise in UX and design software such as InVision, Balsamiq, Avonni, Sketch and/or Photoshop is a must.
    • Experience developing user interfaces using Lightning Web Components in Salesforce is a plus.
    • Basic understanding of HTML5, CSS3, and JavaScript skills are a plus.
    • Demonstrated ability to drive insights and recommendations from data
    • A solid grasp of user-centered design, testing methodologies and usability concerns.
    • Experience managing and prioritizing multiple complex projects, working cross-functionally with multiple stakeholders.
    Benefits and Highlights:
    • Competitive compensation package
    • Great Medical, Vision and Dental benefits
    • 401K with matching contribution
    • Sick, Vacation, and Holidays
    • Gym membership contribution
    • Be part of a dynamic, growing team in a highly regarded organization
    • Start-up culture, within an established business with 10 years of experience
    • Great central location – Easy access from highway
    • An entrepreneurial, fast-paced, highly collaborative and growing environment, with the ability to contribute meaningfully to the success of the enterprise

    If think you’re up for the challenge and want to learn more, send your resume and cover letter to careers@mulliganfunding.com.

    Mulligan Funding is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE) and takes great pride in building a diverse work environment. Qualified applicants are considered for employment without regard to age, race, religion, gender, national origin, sexual orientation, disability or veteran status.

    To apply, use the button below to send an email to Careers@MulliganFunding.com. Don’t forget to attach your cover letter and resume!

    Apply Now
  • 03. Senior Credit Analyst

    The team of credit analysts at Mulligan are responsible for assessing the financial condition of small business loan applicants and approving or declining loans. The credit analysts evaluate financial statements to assess cash flow and liquidity in order to determine the optimal loan structure for each our clients. Unlike working at a bank, this is an extremely fast-paced role that will involve autonomy and decision-making authority. Credit analysts must be adept at multitasking, critical thinking, and extemporaneous decision-making. Depending on the level of experience and how well the selected candidate performs, this role may quickly develop into a supervisor/management role as our credit team is rapidly growing.

    Day-to-day job duties:
    • Review & spread financial statements and conduct in-depth analysis of business bank statements to determine credit worthiness of small businesses
    • Analyze personal & business credit reports
    • Assess the impact of the guarantor financial position on the company’s ability to service debt
    • Interview the owners/managers of business applicants about company operations, cash flow, and proposed use of funds in order to determine credit worthiness
    • Conduct ad hoc research on businesses and industries to protect against fraud
    • Sizing, structuring, and pricing loans for approved clients
    • Complete credit memos for large loan approvals and present proposals to credit committee
    What You’ll Need:
    • Bachelor’s Degree from a accredited university, preferably in Business, Finance, Accounting, Economics, or a similar discipline. Minimum GPA of a 3.0.
    • Minimum 2 years experience in commercial (C&I preferred) or small business lending
    • A strong grasp of accounting principles and ability to dissect financial statements
    • Experience spreading and analyzing complete corporate tax returns, including balance sheets
    • Knowledgeable about the small business lending landscape with insights into various industry risk segments
    • Adept in all Microsoft Office Products and ability to quickly pick up new programs and CRM’s
    • Ability to make complex decisions under pressure in a fast-paced environment
    Preferred Skills:
    • Underwriting experience at a fast-paced, nonbank, direct small business lender
    • Ability to calculate global debt service coverage ratios that incorporate guarantor and affiliate cash flow
    • Prior experience training and managing credit analysts
    • Strong grasp of various fraud identification strategies and current fraud tactics in the industry
    • Exposure to various credit and/or fraud risk models
    Benefits and Highlights:
    • Competitive compensation package
    • Generous annual performance-related bonus incentive
    • Great Medical, Vision and Dental Benefits
    • 401K with matching contribution
    • Sick, Vacation, and Holidays
    • Gym membership contribution
    • Be part of a dynamic, growing team in a highly regarded organization
    • Start-up culture, within an established business with 10 years of experience
    • An entrepreneurial, fast-paced, highly collaborative and growing environment, with the ability to contribute meaningfully to the success of the enterprise
    • Great central location – Easy access from highway

    If think you’re up for the challenge and want to learn more, send your resume and cover letter to careers@mulliganfunding.com.   Mulligan Funding is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE) and takes great pride in building a diverse work environment. Qualified applicants are considered for employment without regard to age, race, religion, gender, national origin, sexual orientation, disability or veteran status.

    To apply, use the button below to send an email to Careers@MulliganFunding.com. Don’t forget to attach your cover letter and resume!

    Apply Now