Discover a company culture that promotes expanding your knowledge of real estate technology
Career growth is unique to every individual. Whether you want to grow into management, deepen your skillset within real estate technology, or move laterally into a new role, we strive to offer you the support you need. From purposeful career trajectories with learning paths designed for promotions to job rotations and stretch projects aimed at broadening skills, CoreLogic® has built its culture on building the best people.
This approach provides employees with a rich tapestry of experiences, enhancing their adaptability and fostering a deeper understanding of the different aspects of our property data business. This freedom to explore various roles within the organization opens a world of possibilities for our team members, making their career journey at CoreLogic both exciting and fulfilling.
Nick Wanzenried’s journey is a perfect example of this philosophy in action. Over the past seven years, he navigated a series of lateral moves that eventually led to a promotion.
Actively Managing Your Career: Building Relationships and Seizing Opportunities
At CoreLogic, we empower our employees to actively take charge of their career development. Nick’s transition from a structured career path to a more matrixed environment at CoreLogic taught him the importance of proactively managing his career within real estate technology. Here, opportunities are abundant, but they require a willingness to engage with colleagues across departments and form meaningful relationships with different managers.
Open the door to new and exciting roles in your career by building bridges and understanding how your unique skillset can be applied in diverse contexts. Nick’s story of finding his way to the Discovery Center exemplifies this ethos. By taking the initiative to share his background and vision for contributing to the team, he found a new role that not only aligned with his interests but also added value to the organization.
Expand Your Horizons Through Exposure to Versatile Property Data and Analytic Assets
CoreLogic offers an unparalleled opportunity to delve into various property data archives and analytics solutions. This exposure has a profound impact on the growth of our employees, providing them with a deep understanding of our property data business and the real estate technology industry.
Exposure to data and analytics is a cornerstone of expanding one’s career within real estate technology. In today’s data-driven world, information is power, and the ability to harness data and draw meaningful insights has become a crucial skill in various industries.
Data and analytics serve as a common language that bridges the gap between different departments within an organization. Professionals with exposure to data can effectively collaborate with technical experts, fostering a more cohesive work environment. This ability to communicate and work with cross-functional teams opens doors to leadership roles and also positions individuals as valuable assets within our organization.
Professionals who possess data literacy can seamlessly transition between sectors, and by working with diverse clients with unique challenges, employees develop the ability to think innovatively and creatively. Nick exemplified the power of curiosity by pursuing his interest in the Discovery Center, which opened a path for him to grow and develop in his career at CoreLogic.
Whether you are an experienced professional or just starting your career, CoreLogic provides an environment that fosters personal and professional development. Embrace the opportunities to explore, connect and grow with us. At CoreLogic, your potential is limited only by your curiosity and drive. Join us today and embark on a rewarding journey of growth and fulfillment.
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Hi, my name is Nick Wazenried.
I’m senior leader in the Enterprise Data Group and my career CoreLogic over the past seven years has really been interesting because it’s been a series of lateral moves that ultimately led to a promotion in the past year.
So great example of how career growth doesn’t always mean moving up to a higher position.
One of the important things I’ve learned at CoreLogic is the need to actively manage your career.
When I first started out, I was working for Accenture, which is a consulting company.
It had a very regimented career path.
So you would work as an analyst for a couple of years, then you would move on to a consultant, then after X number of years, you would move on to a manager, and so on and so forth.
And after my time at Accenture, I moved to FNC which was a smaller startup.
I was reporting directly to the Chief Operating Officer.
So that really wasn’t the concept of a career path there.
When FNC was acquired by CoreLogic, I think in my mind I was envisioning the sort of well-defined career path of Accenture, and what I’ve come to learn over the years is that there really isn’t that sort of structure here.
We’re more matrixed, but there’s more opportunities, a wider range of opportunities but it doesn’t require some active engagement.
That means going out and meeting people outside of your group, forming relationships with different types of managers and understanding how your skill set can really be applied outside of the current space that you’re in.
One of the great things about working in the Enterprise Data Group has been getting the exposure to our different data and analytic assets, and that’s opened up some interesting doors for me, including working here in the Discovery Center.
When I first started out, this actually was not part of my official roles and responsibilities.
I’d gotten some exposure to it through a tour and that got my gears turning in terms of, you know, how could my skill set help out in the Discovery Center.
So after a bit of time, I sat down with John Rogers, I walked him through my background and how I envisioned myself potentially fitting into this role.
So that’s an example of where I’ve actively managed my career forming a relationship with John, being able to put together a discussion around how I could help out.
I actually put some thought into how I could potentially add value to the process and I really enjoyed my time here.
Again, it’s been a great experience again just getting some exposure to different clients in the way that they think.