Credit Counselor Job Description Sample
Commercial Bank - Credit Compliance Analysis Specialist - Wholesale Credit Operations (Columbus, OH)
Credit Compliance Analysis Specialist
Wholesale Credit Operations (Columbus, OH)
Req #: 180099155
Job Category: Operations
JP Morgan Chase & Co. Commercial Bank serves more than 30,000 clients, including corporations, municipalities, financial institutions, and not-for-profit entities with annual revenues generally ranging from $20 million to $2 billion. The Firm's broad platform positions the Commercial Bank to deliver extensive product capabilities - lending, treasury services, investment banking, and asset management - to meet our clients' domestic and international financial needs.
Wholesale Lending Services (WLS) exists within the Commercial Bank and provides a broad array of syndicated and bi-lateral loan servicing support to the Firm's Wholesale Lending Businesses. These functions include Loan Documentation Prep & Coordination, Credit Administration, Deal Closing/Funding, Credit Compliance Monitoring, Agent and Non-Agent Loan Servicing, Trade processing, and Collateral Perfection/ Management.
Credit Services sits within the WLS Middle Office and provides Credit Compliance Monitoring for the Commercial Banking Loan Portfolio. This includes Covenant Document Tracking, Financial Covenant Monitoring, Borrowing Base Monitoring and Security Valuation Monitoring.
The Credit Support Specialist works with the underwriting staff across Commercial Banking sub-lines of business (MMBSI, CCBSI, REB, CDB, and ABL) and is responsible for monitoring customers' compliance with credit agreements.
Ensure customers' ongoing compliance with credit agreements by completing a number of analyses:
Set-up and calculate a variety of Financial Covenants (ratios) using complex commercial financial statements from customers with different accounting policies
Determine Performance Pricing and initiate any required pricing changes on various systems
Calculate borrowing base and marketable securities collateral availability on customers' facilities per required agreements
Act in an advisory role to credit underwriters on loan agreement / covenant structure
Ownership of internal communication and status updates to all involved parties
Manage internal partner expectations
Bachelor's degree in accounting or other business specialty with minimum 6 hours accounting and a minimum GPA of 3.0/4.0 strongly preferred; or, equivalent work experience in financial industry (typically 5+ years)
Ability to read and interpret complex legal agreements to identify a variety of covenants
Knowledge of financial documents including financial statements, accounts receivable and inventory reports, etc. with ability to identify inadequacies and irregularities
High level of accounting knowledge to interpret/analyze the impact of different accounting policies and statement formats on financial covenant calculations
Knowledge of the Firm's or similar financial institution's Credit Policy (preferred)
Experience with related credit systems such as CLASS, LoanIQ, ARC/iCRD, Deal Works, etc.
Ability to work independently with strong attention to detail and high accuracy and efficiency level
Creative problem solving and solid judgment/decision making skills
Excellent verbal, written, and organizational skills
Ability to multi-task effectively and leverage internal resources
Strong client focus and ability to partner with various internal groups
Demonstrate high level of accuracy and productivity
Ability to interact with people at all levels within the organization
Independent, self-motivated with an ability to adapt and be flexible in a team environment under a high pressured situation
CIB Finance - Ccar & Credit Cost - Credit Portfolio Group - Associate
CCAR & Credit Cost
Credit Portfolio Group
Req #: 180089099
Job Category: Accounting/Finance/Audit/Risk
J.P. Morgan's Corporate & Investment Bank is a global leader across banking, markets and investor services. The world's most important corporations, governments and institutions entrust us with their business in more than 100 countries. With $18 trillion of assets under custody and ~$700 billion in loans, the Corporate & Investment Bank provides strategic advice, raises capital, manages risk and extends liquidity in markets around the world.
CPG is responsible for managing retained credit risk, loans, letters of credit and revolvers, and derivatives. The Credit Portfolio Group develops and executes strategies to reduce credit risk concentration and losses from credit events, and to increase the capacity for future business. CPG product control group works closely with the business, is responsible for the firm's books and records, provides MIS reporting to senior management, and works closely with Central P&A and finance teams for CCAR / ICAAP / Risk Appetite regulatory requirements.
Roles and Responsibilities:
Due to increased regulatory and management governance on stress testing, CIB Finance has created a team responsible for the management and reporting of stress testing results. The portfolio includes Commercial & Industrial, Financial Institutional and Commercial Real Estate lending. The individual will be part of the traditional credits product team and will provide support for BAU, ad-hoc and project initiatives.
Understand and validate model projections, with specific emphasis on Credit Costs, RWA, HFI, and HFS projections
Prepare CCAR / ICAAP / Risk Appetite submissions
Perform UAT on new models and quantitative frameworks
Work with technology team to automate the reporting of stress results
Establish control checks to ensure the submission templates are accurate and complete
Participate in internal audits and regulatory reviews
Support ad-hoc requests and help out other functions in the team when required
Propose output and model enhancements when needed
BA / BS degree required within Accounting or Finance
Strong Analytic mindset and creative problem solving skills
2+ years of experience in finance/accounting area, product control knowledge is a plus
Strong project management skills
Self-starter and team player
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Strong Excel skills and database knowledge
Ability to analyze large volumes of data
Ability to review processes and automate them to make them more efficient
Customer Service Credit Counselor
TX, San Antonio Colonnade
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MMI currently has a full time opportunity available for a Customer Service / Credit Counselor in our San Antonio, TX office.
At Money Management International, it's more than just a job; it's an opportunity to make a difference. Feel good at the end of your work day!
Who is MMI?
Money Management International (MMI) is a non-profit agency that helps create, restore, and maintain a life of financial wellness through empowered choices. MMI is changing the way financial challenges are solved. You can be a part of facilitating that change.
What will you do as a Counselor?
As a Credit Counselor you will help individuals and families who are experiencing financial hardship. You will educate your client on options and assist them in selecting a solution that fits their situation. You will meet with people in person or over the phone in a call center setting, and will use your newly-acquired certifications, training and interpersonal skills to help put clients' minds at ease and place them on the road to financial success.
Former Customer Service Reps, Collections, Sales Reps and bank employees have all made the successful transition to Credit Counseling. Just bring your great customer service skills
Senior Credit Analyst – Credit Settlement Risk LAC
Common Purpose, Uncommon Opportunity. Everyone at Visa works with one goal in mind – making sure that Visa is the best way to pay and be paid, for everyone everywhere. This is our global vision and the common purpose that unites the entire Visa team. As a global payments technology company, tech is at the heart of what we do: Our VisaNet network processes over 13,000 transactions per second for people and businesses around the world, enabling them to use digital currency instead of cash and checks. We are also global advocates for financial inclusion, working with partners around the world to help those who lack access to financial services join the global economy. Visa's sponsorships, including the Olympics and FIFA™ World Cup, celebrate teamwork, diversity, and excellence throughout the world. If you have a passion to make a difference in the lives of people around the world, Visa offers an uncommon opportunity to build a strong, thriving career. Visa is fueled by our team of talented employees who continuously raise the bar on delivering the convenience and security of digital currency to people all over the world. Join our team and find out how Visa is everywhere you want to be.
The primary responsibility of the Senior Credit Analyst is to protect the Visa from settlement losses by ensuring that settlement risk issues are appropriately identified and mitigated. The Senior Credit Analyst will have the opportunity to participate in the broader scope of credit risk management by analyzing and monitoring existing Visa clients (mainly Financial Institutions and increasing number of Corporates) and recommending credit rating assignments for new clients. In addition, the position will work closely with various key internal and external stakeholders that participate in the Visa payment system.
The Miami based position will report directly to the Senior Director, LAC Head of Credit Settlement Risk. As part of an extended Global Team, the Senior Credit Analyst will also be involved in managing and implementation of the Global Credit Settlement Risk Policy.
Perform credit analysis and industry research of new and existing clients to ensure that risk assessments are properly conducted in order to identify risk exposures to the Company
Credit risk evaluation and management of banks and non-bank clients in LAC
Identify and monitor countries and clients throughout LAC that may cause concern and implement appropriate risk mitigation strategies
Actively engage and work closely with both internal and external Senior Management to develop strategies that support business growth while addressing risk concerns
Diligently monitor client exposures while working with collateral administration to action collateral shortfalls
Anticipate client defaults (as far as possible) and manage client defaults in such a manner as to minimize risk exposure to Visa by implementing appropriate risk mitigation strategies
Ensure that Credit Settlement Risk issues are adequately identified for all products and decision risk assessments
Assess liquidity and credit settlement risk regulatory requirements that apply to payment networks and participants.
Bachelor's Degree in Business or equivalent with significant relevant credit risk skills through training and seasoned thru relevant work experience. MBA or CFA is preferred
Able to demonstrate expertise in credit analysis and ability to develop processes and controls to provide management assurance of risk mitigating controls
Ability to clearly articulate results after analyzing large scales of data to senior management as the basis for making key credit decisions
At least 5 to 7 years of relevant experience in analyzing corporate counterparty credit risk and financial institutions
Be analytical, organized, accurate and detail-oriented with fact-based discipline
Fluent, both written and verbal, in English and Spanish required. Portuguese desirable
Excellent verbal and written communication skills with the ability to present clear and concise recommendations to management
Able to work independently and as part of the team and manage multiple tasks simultaneously in a changing environment with a high degree of accuracy and detail
Ability and willingness to take initiative on new projects and work well in a team environment
Visa or other payment industry knowledge a plus
To be successful in this role, we are looking for someone that is flexible and independent with strong initiatives, yet a good team player who is self-motivated and adept at working collaboratively with the rest of the team globally and regionally.
All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.
Every day is an opportunity for our associates to deeply connect with people in a profound and personal way. Our associates are the core of our mission and we know that offering them genuine rewards and heart filling job satisfaction is the key to our success as a company.
Here you'll find opportunities to grow your career at any level whether you have direct contact with resident or support someone who does, and be inspired personally. With over 60,000 associates, there's a place for you to make a difference in lives of the families we serve throughout our continuum of care.
Under limited supervision, receives walk-in/call-in visitors and uses software systems to identify and contact leads provided by the Business Development Coordinator and current community residents. Effectively explains and demonstrates to prospective residents and their families the benefits of residing and receiving care at the community.
Communicates sales and contractual information and closes contract sales to maintain and improve occupancy levels. Solicits assistance of community staff to promote and explain community services, practices, policies, pricing and other information necessary to close the sale.
Routinely reviews software databases to identify and follow-up on leads from all sources. Calls a lead and obtains additional information on personal residential and care needs.
Encourages prospective residents and families to make wait list deposits. Maintains long term contact with prospects to encourage continued familiarity. Encourages and promotes visits and tours of community(s). Meets established goals regarding contacts and tours to achieve desired sales goals.
Enters updated prospective resident information and status of relationship into the lead management system.Maintains positive and understanding relationships with current residents and their family. Encourages their positive promotion of community to friends, acquaintances and family. Identifies religious, civic and social groups to which current residents belong to expand referral network.
Cultivate leads with current residents through positive interaction and interest in activities and concerns. Follows-up with resident referrals as identified. Explains and promotes the Resident Referral Program to current residents.Assists in identifying innovative events and methods to increase visitation of targeted groups.
Assists in planning, sponsoring, organizing, and executing special events to inform and attract referrals and prospects to visit community. Presents and demonstrates the value and benefits of the community for its residents as appropriate to stimulate interest and sales.Obtains and maintains knowledge of competitors. Communicates community features to best compete with competitor's strengths and weaknesses.
May visit competitors' communities to understand how to best refer and market services and products.Conducts personal tours of communities for prospective residents and family. Schedules meetings with staff department heads as requested or as deemed necessary to effectively convince potential residents of abilities to meet their residential and care needs. Understands needs of potential residents to highlight community features that will satisfy them.Explains fee structure in a manner that will be most meaningful and that will clearly reflect the benefits of prospective resident's choices.
Explains the physical and financial assessment processes to prospects and coordinates required staff interviews and credit checks.Closes contractual arrangements. Communicates availability of units and status of waiting lists. Obtains necessary personal information and prepares standard, legal documents required for signature.
Communicates pricing structures and service rates. Obtains signatures, required deposits and authorizations for move-ins.Requests assistance of marketing assistant when appropriate to coordinate needs relating to logistics of new resident moves including such things as transference of keys, furniture move-in coordination, unit preparation, new resident orientation and welcoming, etc. Maintains continued contact to reflect concern and interest for their continued wellbeing and satisfaction after relocation to the community.May provide input regarding the development of promotional brochures, videos and mailings as used in networking referrals and marketing to prospective residents.Prepares written reports and communicates status of current success in a clear and concise manner.
This job description represents an overview of the responsibilities for the above referenced position. It is not intended to represent a comprehensive list of responsibilities. An associate should perform all duties as assigned by his/her supervisor.
Education and ExperienceA Bachelor's degree or equivalent in coursework and related experience is required. Minimum of five years of progressive experience in the real estate or health care field including experience in such areas as promotion, public relations, or admissions, including a minimum of two years with a proven sales or promotion track record. Prior experience selling or promoting senior residential and health care services is highly preferred.
Certifications, Licenses, and Other Special RequirementsReliable car transportation with insurance, plus a valid driver's license.
Management/Decision MakingApplies existing guidelines and procedures to make varied decisions within a department. Uses sound judgment and experience to solve moderately complex problems based on precedent, example, reasonableness or a combination of these.
Knowledge and SkillsPossesses extensive knowledge of a distinct skill or function and a thorough understanding of the organization and work environment. Has working knowledge of a functional discipline.
Has knowledge of residential, psychological, social and health care needs of seniors. Knowledge of competing organizations' strengths and weaknesses and ability to maintain this information to maximize sales and occupancy potential. Ability to assist with the development of marketing strategies to compete within the local market.
Ability to successfully persuade potential residents and families to make deposits and ultimately move to community. Ability to relate positively with networking sources and provide solutions to perceived needs for their referrals. Ability to explain complex alternative contractual arrangements in a clear, concise and patient manner to prospective residents to best convey the benefits to be gained by their choice.
Flexibility to adjust hours of work to the needs of potential residents and referral sources. Ability to develop work schedules, work independently and manage multiple projects simultaneously. Ability to handle multiple interruptions to schedules to meet the needs of potential residents and families.
Knowledge of marketing software and the ability to accurately and efficiently maintain lists, reports etc. for effective follow-up use by self and others. Ability to effectively communicate promotional and sales needs and information to internal marketing and support staff. Willingness to follow up with potential referral sources and assist with specific leads as requested.
Physical Demands and Working Conditions
Use hands and fingers to handle or feel
Reach with hands and arms
Stoop, kneel, crouch crawl
Talk or hear
Ability to lift: up to 25 pounds
Requires interaction with co-workers, residents or vendors
Occasional weekend, evening or night work if needed to ensure shift coverage
Possible exposure to communicable diseases and infections
Requires Travel: Occasionally
Brookdale is an equal opportunity employer and a drug-free workplace.
Position: Credit Analyst
Job Classification: Non-Exempt, Full-Time
Reporting Relationship: Chief Credit Officer
The Credit Analyst is responsible for administering Kaw Valley Bank’s (“Bank’s”) entire loan portfolio by ensuring sound credit practices, proper documentation, analysis and adherence to credit policies. Position will provide ongoing credit training and development.
- Provides credit analysis for the lending activities of the Bank by analyzing financial information on borrowers and guarantors. Performs global cash flow analysis when necessary
- Underwrites, analyzes and prepares loan presentations for Commercial and Business banking loans.
- Analyzes the credit and collateral aspects of business and individual loans both secured and unsecured.
- Ensures overall bank loan documentation and credit file administration is complete and consistent with loan policy. Directs and oversees processes to ensure loans comply with contractual and legal terms of the credit (i.e. financial covenant tracking, borrowing base certification, lien/collateral perfection, and related terms.)
- Monitors loans to ensure proper documentation with respect to items such as periodic calculation of ratios to determine financial compliance. Provides accurate financial analysis.
- Conducts financial analyses to support lending guidelines (i.e. LTV, Debt Service Coverage, Credit Ratios) for impact on credit quality and efficiency, or other analytical projects as assigned.
- Validates credit risk ratings and loan structure (i.e. pricing, credit compliance & appropriate accounting treatment such as TDR/Non-Accural).
- Ensures credit systems are designed based on current credit risk profile and ensure confirmations are delivered and analyzed for Asset-Based (Account Receivable) loans.
- Performs additional duties as assigned.
- Undergraduate degree in a business or finance related field. In lieu of degree, equivalent experience may be accepted.
- Three (3) to five (5) years of experience in credit risk management, internal/external loan review, and/or previous credit analyst experience. One (1) to three (3) years previous lending experience is preferred but not required.
- Experience with quantitative analysis methods such as stress testing, regression, loss forecasting, global cash flow analysis, etc.
- Knowledge of loan documentation, appraisal analysis
- Must possess discretion, good judgment, and organizational and analytical skills and able to make reliable and prompt decisions using available information.
- Must have strong experience with Excel, Word, and KVB core systems.
- Must have thorough understanding of financial data such as tax returns, accountant prepared documents, cash flow, balance sheet, profit & loss, and collateral dynamics of customer’s properties and geographic area.
- Excellent communications skills, both written and verbal and must be able to read, write, speak, and otherwise communicate with customers in English.
- Must demonstrate good work habits, maintain a professional appearance and attitude, and follow policies and procedures.
- Ability to sit for extended periods of time.
- Work normally requires finger dexterity and eye-hand coordination to operate computer keyboard at a moderate skill level.
- Ability to read computer screens and email, mail and talk on the phone.
- Ability to lift up to twenty-five (25) pounds.
- Professional and deadline-oriented environment in an office setting.
- Interacts frequently with senior management, customers, prospects, operations and technical staff. When needed and in conjunction with loan officers will meet with current and potential customers to obtain information needed for loan requests.
- Potential exposure to dangerous criminal activity.
Commercial Banking - Credit Support Specialist I - Wholesale Loan Services (Houston, TX)
Commercial Banking - Credit Support Specialist I - Wholesale Loan Services (Houston, TX)
Req #: 190011398
Job Category: Credit
Working with Commercial loans, serves as the primary liaison between the Business Relationship Manager (BRM) and Credit Coordinator (CC) with respect to entity review, collateral review, Commercial due diligence review and loan documentation for approved loans.
Responsible for review of approval, determination and verification of due diligence to ensure loan will be closed in accordance with approval as well as preparation or coordination of preparation of appropriate loan documentation for new, renewal, & modification of loans. Independently identifies and manages vendor and documentation risk to the bank.
Typical Job Duties:
Reviews Commercial credit application packages for adherence to credit policy and determination of appropriate due diligence necessary to ensure proper collateral position.
Reviews the following: business entity and organizational documents to include trust agreements, good standing of business entities, collateral valuation, UCC searches, Purchase Agreements, & Lease Agreements etc. as required.
Evaluates all reports and information received with respect to collateral evaluation & verification to determine if terms and conditions of the credit approval will be met.
Prepares the loan and compliance documentation necessary to protect the bank's interest.
1+ years of experience preparing commercial loan, SBA, or mortgage loan documents required
Experience with due diligence related to loans is preferred
Experience with commercial real estate, title work, surveys, & loan documentation and the laws and regulations affecting documentation and perfection of collateral is preferred
Excellent attention to detail, communication skills and PC skills
Able to communicate well and work independently in a high volume, production-oriented environment.
College degree, paralegal, or equivalent work experience
Credit Card Lending Sr. Specialist II - Tampa, FL (April 15, 2019)
Credit Card Lending Sr. Specialist II - Tampa, FL (April 15, 2019)
Req #: 190009419
Job Category: Credit
Inbound Acquisitions – Call Center Sr. Specialist II - Lending
As part of Chase Consumer & Community Banking Operations, you'll join a team dedicated to providing great service and support to customers and colleagues across Chase businesses and products.
This candidate will join the Lending Operations function within New Customer Engagement, a dynamic group of call center teams that handle account reviews and other requests with new and existing Chase customers. This includes answering customer calls about pending credit requests, assigning credit and welcoming new customers to Chase, and handling inquiries from our existing customers when Chase has taken credit action.
The Inbound Acquisitions – Call Center Credit Analyst will receive comprehensive training and certification, and then join our call center team assisting customers with questions and requests for credit. In this role on our Inbound team, you'll assist customers calling our call center and have the opportunity to make judgmental credit decisions based on the information presented.
At the start of your employment with us, you will be in training. This training is essential to your success so your attendance and punctuality during training is mandatory. In addition, we will evaluate your knowledge and performance during and after completion of training. Both your successful completion of training and our evaluation that you are ready to move into your role are requirements for your continued employment. Your schedule for training will be:
Work schedules will vary, and specific information for this opening will be provided by your Recruiter. In general, candidates must be willing to work schedules during our operating hours, which include evenings and weekends.
All New Hires are required to complete and successfully pass the Panel Evaluation during training in order to obtain Lending Authority. The Panel Evaluation Process is a component of training that evaluates your ability to apply the learned JPMC Lending Philosophy. In addition to fulfilling all other expectations of the position, your continued employment with Chase will be contingent on successfully passing the panel evaluation.
Key Responsibilities &
Make judgmental credit decisions based on your training, departmental standards, and quality standards.
Answer customer phone calls, resolving questions and processing credit requests on new applications.
Help us improve by providing feedback and ideas about issues, policies, and comments you hear from customers.
Customer contact center experience preferred
Lending experience a plus
Superior communication skills required; must be comfortable working in an environment with 100% phone-based customer interaction
Strong interpersonal skills; professional, courteous, customer-friendly, warm, empathetic, level-headed and composed
Strong analytical skills and the ability to efficiently make sound decisions based on analysis
Ability to work independently in a highly structured and fast paced environment
Open to change, ability to quickly learn new processes and adapt in a fast paced-environment
Takes initiative, adjusts quickly to change, and takes responsibility for results.
Motivated to deliver great customer experiences, maintaining a positive attitude in challenging situations by offering customers alternative solutions and enhanced products.
Proficiency in Windows and Microsoft Office Suite
Bachelor's degree preferred (a plus in business, finance or accounting)
Credit Products Manager / Credit Portfolio Manager - Nashville - Corporate Banking
Thank you for your interest in a career at Regions. At Regions, we believe associates deserve more than just a job. We believe in offering performance-driven individuals a place where they can build a career --- a place to expect more opportunities. If you are focused on results, dedicated to quality, strength and integrity, and possess the drive to succeed, then we are your employer of choice.
Regions is dedicated to taking appropriate steps to safeguard and protect private and personally identifiable information you submit. The information that you submit will be collected and reviewed by associates, consultants, and vendors of Regions in order to evaluate your qualifications and experience for job opportunities and will not be used for marketing purposes, sold, or shared outside of Regions unless required by law. Such information will be stored for a set period of time. You may review, modify, or update your information by visiting and logging into the careers section of the system.
At Regions, the Credit Products Corporate Banking Product Manager II is a client-facing role, partnering directly with coverage on the extension of credit products transactions to meet clients' needs. This individual serves as part of the first line of defense, with the coverage team, in identifying and mitigating risk in existing and proposed credit products transactions. The individual will work directly with teammates in Credit Products, Credit Risk, Client Coverage, Capital Markets, and other areas of the bank to lead the analysis of credit opportunities, underwriting of credit exposure and management of a portfolio of loans and other credit relationships while providing effective challenge to these various constituents. This individual will provide subject matter expertise and manage the overall delivery of credit products to assigned clients.
Works in support of coverage banker to develop target set of companies within markets to enhance proper client selectivity
Able to add value directly to client and coverage in articulating Regions' underwriting methods, processes and risk appetite for specific credit products
Maintains market knowledge of loan pricing and structural trends to match client needs with Regions' credit product solutions
Calls jointly on clients with coverage bankers to understand clients' needs and specific risks to client business.
Works with coverage banker to develop client strategy focusing on existing and potential credit exposure. Assists coverage banker in optimizing relationship through cross sell activities of credit products
Leads the credit process on identified credit product opportunities. Ultimately accountable for structuring, underwriting, closing and management of new and existing credit products for clients.
Serves as the primary contact with Credit Risk
Oversees ongoing monitoring of existing portfolio by being accountable for periodic assessments and other servicing requirements
Serves as a mentor/coach to team members, specifically Credit Products Associates assigned to managed clients
This position is exempt from timekeeping requirements under the Fair Labor Standards act and is not eligible for overtime pay.
This position is incentive eligible.
Completion of a major corporate credit training program (or the equivalent corporate banking/corporate finance experience)
Experience in relationship management either as a coverage banker or as a client facing member of the relationship team
10 or more years of underwriting and portfolio management experience.
Legal document experience
Understanding of loan structuring needs, loan documentation requirements and market knowledge
Financial analysis experience
Skills and Competencies
Demonstrated strong verbal and written communication skills
Ability to coach others
Well organized, attention to detail, and able to manage multiple projects under pressure
Analytical and problem solving skills
Proven leader with ability to make sound judgments
Ability to negotiate with both internal and external parties
This position may be filled as a Credit Products Manager I or Credit Products Manager II, based on skills, qualifications & number of years of experience of the most successful candidate.
Transition Counselor / Vocational Counselor
Transition Counselor / Vocational Counselor ( Roanoke and surrounding areas )
Do you have an interest, education or experience in human services? Know Roanoke and the surrounding areas? Put your skills and passions to work helping individuals with disabilities prepare for entering the workforce, succeed at employment and increase independence. This is not an office job. Exact hours will depend on your clients' work hours and vocational needs. You must have a valid driver’s license, dependable transportation, ability to plan your day and then shift gears, if necessary, to accommodate last-minute developments. Full-time and part-time applicants will be considered.
This position requires a Bachelor's degree in Human Services or related field and a minimum of two years experience working with people with disabilities. Education experience preferred.
Apply online at www.thechoicegroup.com. The Choice Group retains submitted resumes and cover letters for 180 days, so candidates who have applied within that period need not reapply.
Provide supported employment and related services to individuals with disabilities in the Newport News and surrounding areas who are entering the workforce. At least a Bachelor degree in a related field and related experience is required. This position requires a self-starter with computer and time management skills, who can work a flexible schedule. Good driving record and documentation of adequate insurance required.
EOE/VEVRAA Federal Contractor - All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected veteran status.
The Choice Group is an E-Verify employer.
Compensation: Compensation is excellent and based on education, experience, and additional applicable skills.
Specific job duties include:
* Support individuals with disabilities to obtain and maintain employment;
* Work with students with disabilities to provide group and individualized transition services
*provide instruction in job exploration, career pathways, self-advocacy, and work-based learning experiences.
* Communicate with employers to develop employment opportunities for specific clients with severe/most severe disabilities;
*Assist clients with application and interview process and coordinate arrangements for job placement;
* Train and counsel clients, in competitive employment using systematic instructional techniques, compensatory strategies, job adaptation/modification and positive behavioral support techniques;
* Monitor and evaluate client work performance by collecting skill acquisition and production data and obtaining feedback from client, employer and coworkers, providing additional training or intervention as needed;
* Provide on-going assessment and follow-along services as needed and authorized;
* Provide Independent Living Skills to clients in community-based settings;
* Provide job site consultations and back-up support as needed;
* Advocate the employment of persons with severe/most severe disabilities with service providers and employers.
* Manage time effectively and have availability to work various hours of the day and night; * *Maintain required documentation on each client;
* Complete paperwork in a timely manner;
* Perform other duties as assigned.
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