Job Details

Title: Accounting Supervisor of Investor Reporting (Non – LO – No Consumer Contact)

Job Status: Full Time/Salary Department: Operations

Reports to: VMF Director of Business Analytics and Investor Reporting Work Schedule: Flexible

Amount of Travel Required: As needed

Vanderbilt Mortgage and Finance, Inc. was established in 1974 and currently services over 200,000 loans. Our strength as an organization is rooted in the quality of our people and products. We are an equal opportunity employer committed to creating a diverse workforce. Furthermore, we're financially strong, with a reputation for leading the industry with unsurpassed products, a broad range of services and a coast-to-coast presence. We're professionally strong, from entry level to more experienced positions, we're actively recruiting individuals who are passionate, positive, and eager to learn. As a member of our team, we will equip you for success, you'll enjoy excellent benefits, opportunities for growth, and an encouraging culture that supports work/life balance.


The Accounting Supervisor of Investor Reporting exists to provide primary direct support to the VMF Director of Business Analytics and Investor Reporting in multiple aspects of investor reporting, loan sales, preparation of investor reports, as well as provides support to the VP of Accounting and financial accounting teams in multiple aspects of investor accounting, accounting research, and accounting reporting. Other duties as assigned by the VMF Director of Business Analytics and Investor Reporting.


  • Provides direction and assistance to other organizational units regarding investor accounting, policies and procedures and efficient control and utilization of financial resources.

  • Analyzes the financial details of past, present and expected operations to identify development opportunities and areas where improvement is needed.

  • Ensures that all legal and regulatory requirements are met and investor reporting is in compliance with Pooling and Servicing Agreements.

  • Oversees the daily investor accounting functions establishing and maintaining investor accounting policies and procedures. Ensures monthly and quarterly accounting deadlines met in regard to investor accounting responsibilities.

  • Supervises all aspects of investor accounting and pooling.

  • Initiatives, improves and maintains sound internal controls and accounting procedures.

  • Reviews and evaluates internal controls for appropriate improvements at least annually.

  • Performs a variety of professional and technical accounting duties in the preparation, maintenance and review of financial records and reports, including valuations.

  • Coordinates the month-end and year-end close process as it relates to Investor Reporting, including quarterly GL and report presentations by the team and completion of supporting reconciliations.

  • Monitors monthly bank reconciliations for custodial accounts.

  • Coordinates payment applications and proper treatment of the loans in accordance with investor guidelines to Loan Services and other business units.

  • Supervises, trains, motivates, reviews and audits the work of designated accounting staff in assigned areas of responsibility; establishes work procedures and processes; recommends improvements as appropriate; evaluates assigned staff and prepares employee performance reviews.

  • Recommends and reports on metrics for measuring financial and operating performance.

  • Advises and informs other departments on investor accounting policies and procedures, provides budget updates and participates in various meetings.

  • Reviews, prepares and posts journal entries to record accounting transactions.

  • Coordinates compliance audits and prepares supporting detail necessary to perform annual audits; assists Director in outside GNMA and investor audits.

  • Performs other duties as assigned.


  • College degree required.

  • Five years’ experience in the finance or accounting field preferred.

  • Great attention to detail and organizational skills.

  • Ability to communicate effectively and efficiently via phone, email and person to person.

  • Capability of gathering facts accurately, analyze causes, evaluate alternate solutions and arrive at sound conclusions on action to be taken.

  • Ability to manage multiple and/or conflicting responsibilities.


  • Must be able to remain in a stationary position 75% of the time.

  • Constantly operate a computer and other office productivity machinery, such as a telephone, calculator, copy machine, and computer printer.

  • 90% communication methods completed over the phone. Must be able to exchange accurate information at all times.

  • Ability to identify and assess account status and determine appropriate process.

  • Constantly works in an indoor temperature controlled, sealed window office environment.


  • 401(K) includes 100% company match of the first 4%

  • Medical and Dental Plan with Prescription Coverage and Vision

  • Paid time off days (PTO) and holidays

  • Wellness Programs and On-site workout facility

  • On-site restaurant

  • BONUSES!!!