Commercial Loan Officer

Opportunity as Big as the Texas Sky

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Regional and well established financial institution (ranked top 100 U.S. banks) with deep Texas roots, located in the Permian Basin is seeking an experienced Commercial Loan Officer.  The institution has the financial ability for loans of any size–whether Commercial Loan (including agriculture), Mortgage in-house and secondary market, Brokerage services, Online & Mobile banking, Investment Services, Retail Brokerage Services, Cash Management, and more…

As the Commercial Loan Officer you will not be hindered by “territories”–loans can be attained from any area within the bank’s footprint.   Your role will be to originate and manage your own loan portfolio, with estimated 75% of your time offsite prospecting, entertaining, etc.  You will also participate in the monthly Community Advisory Board at the bank to source leads.

This West Texas community has a reasonable cost of living, low crime rate, private and public schools, as well as colleges and universities.

The Desirable Candidate will Have:

  • Expertise in Commercial lending
  • At least 5 years as a commercial loan officer
  • Experienced developer of leads and prospects, who has exceeded expectations
  • 4-year Degree strongly preferred

The Bank Offers:

  • Well-rounded compensation package including a competitive salary and the most outstanding 401K
  • Annual bonus subject to performance and production
  • Cell phone allowance and mileage
  • Upward mobility potential

Card Reconciliation and ACH Manager

Lead your team to success!

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Our client, a financial institution in the Coastal Bend has an opportunity for a Card Reconciliation and ACH Manager.  Qualified individual will provide leadership and daily management to the Card, Reconciliation, and ACH team ensuring that all activities are completed in compliance with applicable laws and regulatory guidelines.  Responsible for the department’s process improvement efforts, budget, efficiency, risk awareness, and establishment of a service culture. Will implement strategies and tactics to achieve goals as outlined by the bank’s strategic plan.  Responsible for effective management of all risks associated with department.  Degree strongly preferred.  Salary $80K- $100K DOE full benefit package.

Paralegal for Litigation Attorney

Put your PARALEGAL skills to work for a leading litigation attorney in Corpus Christi.

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  • Conduct research to support legal proceedings
  • Assist with the drafting and reviewing of legal documents
  • Investigate facts to help in the negotiation of legal disputes
  • Monitor and ensure compliance with state and federal regulations
  • Record and store client information


  • Previous experience as a paralegal or other legal field
  • Familiarity with legal research
  • Ability to prioritize and multitask
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Deadline and detail-oriented.

Excellent compensation range of $33,500 – $41,500 DOE, and complete benefit package

Project Managers – Corpus Christi and Houston area

We are seeking an experienced Construction Project Managers in Corpus Christi and in the Houston area capable of managing onsite activities. Must have excellent planning skills and be able to efficiently meet quality, cost, and schedule goals.

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  • Bid solicitation
  • Estimating
  • Plan and organize meetings
  • Document control
  • Submittals, RFIs and expediting documents throughout the project
  • Take part and assist with the pre-planning and conceptual phase
  • Create and maintain positive relationships with clients and subcontractors
  • Assist in developing and maintaining the project schedule
  • Communicate project schedule to subs and vendors
  • Budget management – assist in establishing project strategy to meet profit goals


  • Bachelor’s Degree in any of the following: Construction Management, Construction Engineering OR 5+ years as Construction Superintendent
  • Must have outstanding written and verbal communication skills
  • Minimum 5 years in the construction field
  • Knowledge of construction processes and sequencing
  • Ability to read plans and drawings
  • Good overall math knowledge, particularly with respect to geometry and measurements
  • Computer skills (Microsoft Office)
  • The ability to prioritize projects and work within deadlines

Site Superintendents – Corpus Christi and Houston area

We are seeking Industrial Construction Superintendents in Corpus Christi and in the Houston area to oversee project planning, scheduling, budgeting, and implementation.

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  • Oversee all aspects of construction project from planning to implementation
  • Allocate resources for assigned projects
  • Supervise onsite personnel and subcontractors
  • Interface with project inspectors, contractors, architects, engineers, city and county officials, and clients
  • Negotiate with contractors to receive reasonable order costs
  • Maintain high standards of workmanship that adhere to original plans and specifications


  • Minimum 5 years superintendent or construction management experience
  • Construction degree not required, but would be preferred
  • Must have commercial and industrial experience
  • Must have experience managing multiple projects simultaneously
  • Familiarity with construction management software
  • Competent with basic computer programs (Word, Excel, Power Point)
  • Strong leadership qualities
  • Strong negotiation skills
  • Deadline and detail-oriented


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As a Tax Professional, you will prepare tax documents for individuals, corporations, partnerships, and/or trusts. Additional responsibilities include:

  • Analyzing data and preparing work papers based on professional standards,
  • Securing and analyzing client tax data for use in the preparation and/or review of returns, and
  • Participating in engagements involving income tax planning and compliance issues.
  • CPA required,
  • Demonstrated connection to or interest in living in the RGV – McAllen, Brownsville, Texas area
  • Bilingual, English/Spanish, a +,
  • 7 years of public accounting tax experience required.

Salary $50K – $60K DOE, USA work eligibility required.

Commercial Loan Officer

For the go-getter looking for unlimited opportunity…  This could be the perfect match for you!

We are seeking a Commercial Loan Officer to become a part of the team! You will evaluate and authorize approval of real estate, commercial, and credit loans.

Our client is a fast-growing, well-established community bank that has multiple openings for Commercial Lenders.

This position has unlimited opportunity for a go-getter. Compensation $90,000 +++ depending on experience.

If you are looking for a highly respected community bank with low-turnover, email your resume to Anne Wilson, CPC.



  • Expertise in CRE, C&I, and possibly SBA
  • Guide customers through the loan application process
  • File loan applications and supporting documents
  • Develop referral networks and get involved with the community

Background Profile:

  • Previous 2+ years of experience in finance, banking, or other related fields
  • Must have lived in the surrounding area Georgetown/Round Rock/Leander/Cedar Park area for 5+ years
  • Expertise in CRE, C&I, and possibly SBA
  • 4 year Bachelor’s Degree
  • Familiarity with financial and lending practices
  • Ability to build rapport with clients
  • Strong analytical and mathematical skills
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills


  • Medical
  • HSA
  • Life Insurance
  • 401K
  • Year-end BONUS!

Experienced Diesel Mechanic – Immediate Hire – Corpus Christi



  • Repair automobiles, trucks, buses, and heavy equipment
  • Perform routine vehicle maintenance
  • Use diagnostic tools to test vehicle components
  • Perform quality inspections prior to returning the vehicle to the customer


  • 2-5 years experience, minimum
  • Must own tools
  • Knowledge of shop equipment
  • Strong mechanical aptitude and troubleshooting skills
  • Deadline and detail-oriented
  • Ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment

$21-$28/hr., DOE. Uniforms provided. Full benefits after 90 days.

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Community Bank President

Are you currently a Community Bank President dreaming of the ideal setting?

This established, successful community bank set in the beautiful Texas Hill Country, is looking for a Bank President whose LEADERSHIP and strong COMMERCIAL LENDING experience will establish him/her as a cornerstone in the community.  Excellent base salary up to $200K, plus outstanding benefits.  Make the move you’ve always wanted.  Send your resume to Anne Wilson,


The Dos and Don’ts of Phone Interviews

The Dos and Don’ts of Phone Interviews

In today’s on-the-go digital world, phone interviews are becoming increasingly popular for interviews with multiple rounds. These interviews are convenient, easy to schedule and save time. Oftentimes, the phone interview serves as a preliminary round that determines whether or not a candidate will be invited to an in-person interview. These interviews sound great on paper: you don’t have to dress up and the pressure of a face-to-face meeting is eliminated — phone interviews are a breeze, right? While phone interviews do have their perks, they should be taken as seriously as any other from of interviewing. Here are some of the best tips for over-the-phone interviews.


  1. Prepare.

You should prepare for a phone interview the same way you would for any other interview. This entails doing your research on the company, being familiar with the job description and preparing questions. You should also practice answering anticipated questions. Having your resume in front of you is another way to ensure you are prepared because it is likely the interviewer will reference it.

  1. Charge your phone.

The last thing you want is for your phone to die mid-sentence just as you and the interviewer are warming up. Make sure that your phone is fully charged prior to the interview and that you have a phone charger with you in case the phone call is lengthy.

  1. Find a comfortable location.

Choose an environment in which you will not be disturbed. Before your interview takes place, it is important to find a location that is quiet, has good phone reception and no distractions. Avoid locations such as busy coffee shops and other noisy public places. If you are going to be at home, keep the TV and music off. To ensure that all distractions are eliminated, it is also a good idea to turn off mobile notifications prior to the interview so that your phone is not buzzing or dinging in your ear while you are trying to concentrate.

  1. Pay attention to how you speak.

The most important tip to remember for a phone interview is to slowly and speak clearly. You should also make sure you sound cheerful and interested. Avoid a monotone voice. Try smiling when you answer the phone and throughout the interview: it gives your voice a warm, welcoming and confident tone that will translate to the interviewer in a positive way.

  1. Take notes.

Taking notes will keep you focused on what the interviewer is saying and help you come up with questions you can ask at the end. Make note of the questions that you were asked and other important pieces of the conversation. Notes are a valuable resource that can help prepare you for a follow-up interview.


  1. Don’t ramble.

Keep answers as brief as possible. In other words be thoughtful and thorough but get to the point; without the element of eye contact and body language, it can be easy to lose focus (and interest) fast. Limit your response time to a minute or less. Instead of rambling or using fillers such as “um” and “uh,” take a few seconds to think of your response.

  1. Don’t forget to keep it formal.

A phone interview can feel comfortable and informal because you are not dressed up or face-to-face with the interviewer. However, you must not forget to keep the interview formal. Don’t talk in slang and don’t use curse words. Speak how you would during any professional interview.

  1. Don’t eat food, chew gum or drink during the interview.

These are all noises the interviewer does not want to hear in his/her ear. These activities are also distracting and take away from your ability to speak clearly. However, having a glass of water in front of you is okay in case your throat gets dry.

  1. Don’t interrupt the interviewer.

Give the interviewer time to finish their full thought. Interrupting him/her mid-sentence is rude. If you feel like you are going to forget what you had to say/ask, then write it down and come back to it once he/she is done speaking.


We are eager to get you matched perfectly with the right talent or the right employer. Our years of experience translate to great starts.

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