Bank Portfolio Manager

Thrive with the deep roots planted by this prestigious bank!

Contact Anne Wilson at 361-883-3535 or awilson@thewilsongrp.com

Use your Financial Management, Strategic thinking, and Communication skills to join the team of this well-established and growing bank in a culture of excellence!   Outstanding benefits package includes 401K matching, full suite of health benefits, and 30 days of PTO/Holidays per year!  Stability and upward mobility are the hallmarks of this exciting opportunity.  As the Portfolio Manager you will supervise the mortgage operations team and:

  • Continuously monitor current loans and credit lines to ensure compliance with terms and proactively manage risk/exposure and compliance with Credit Policy for assigned portfolio.
  • Join relationship manager on business calls to gather proper documentation for establishing loan and deposit relationships to prospects/existing customers.
  • Gather account information and analyze risk and profitability for the bank with assistance from the credit department.
  • Direct and coach loan assistants for timely processing of executed documents, letter, and reports.
  • Ensure credit review and risk rating practices are continuous, complete, and accurate.
  • Monitor loan portfolios of existing customers and manage account performance and compliance with loan agreement and bank policies/procedures.
  • Facilitate prompt, courteous and satisfactory problem resolution.
  • Represent bank by involvement in community and civic activities.
  • May identify cross-sell opportunities.

Educational and Experience Requirements:

  •  High school diploma is required
  • 2 years prior Commercial Credit Analysis/Portfolio Manager experience
  • Commercial lending experience preferred
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Accounting, Finance, Economics, or equivalent experience preferred
  • Formal Credit training
  • Proficient computer skills including Microsoft Office Suite, and other banking software

Bank Loan Officer

Immediate Opening with No Territory Boundaries!

Contact Anne Wilson at 361-883-3535 or awilson@thewilsongrp.com

Work with mature businesses and professional executives to be their “personal banker”.  With no territorial boundaries, you can market to the surrounding area and beyond.

You will be given a “nice-sized” portfolio and will be making loans for the following:

  • Owner Occupied Real Estate
  • Residential Loans
  • Personal loans
  • Lines of Credit
  • Commercial Loans

Salary to $125K DOE

CPA/TAX ACCOUNTANT

Exciting CPA Opportunity with Upward Mobility

Contact Wilma Grupe at 361-883-3535 or wgrupe@thewilsongrp.com

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
  • 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 plus
  • 7 years of public accounting tax experience required

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

Paralegal for Litigation Attorney

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

Contact Wilma Grupe at 361-883-3535 or wgrupe@thewilsongrp.com

Responsibilities:

  • 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

Qualifications:

  • 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

Commercial Lender – Corpus Christi, Midland, Odessa, Lubbock, Abilene, College Station, Seguin, Corsicana

Contact Anne Wilson at 361-883-3535 or awilson@thewilsongrp.com

Company Profile:

  • Founded in 1983
  • $22.5B in assets
  • Texas based, 234 locations
  • Excellent benefits package and bonus structure

Your role:

  • Advise borrowers on financial status and payment methods
  • Guide customers through the loan application process
  • File loan applications and supporting documents
  • Develop referral networks to locate prospects for loans
  • Handle customer complaints and take appropriate action to resolve them

Desired Qualifications:

  • 5+ years success as a lender in similar markets
  • Expertise with financial and lending practices
  • BA/BS degree or equivalent work experience
  • Relocation will be offered for the right candidate

Experienced Diesel Mechanic – Immediate Hire

Must Live in the Corpus Christi Texas Area

Contact Anne Wilson at 361-883-3535 or awilson@thewilsongrp.com

This national company offers upward mobility, and on-going training.  Great opportunity for experienced diesel mechanic.

Responsibilities:

  • 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

Qualifications:

  • 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.

Commercial Lender – Corpus Christi

Multiple opportunities for seasoned Commercial and Ag Lenders.

Contact Anne Wilson at 361-883-3535 or awilson@thewilsongrp.com

This very well-established and stable, locally owned and operated, community bank.

Requirements:

  • Community Bank experience
  • Familiarity with SBA and construction loans preferred

Benefits:

  • Position offers direct access to executive management, promising quick turnaround on loan packages
  • Relocation assistance and an excellent benefits package will be offered to successful candidates

 

Fall is a Time For Change

 

Changing your career path can be a scary and overwhelming decision. However, if you are unhappy at your current job or uninterested in your current career path, a career change may be the proper fix. Changing your career is a natural life progression – it is common and expected, so don’t be alarmed when the thought of changing your career crosses your mind. Rather than feeling intimidated or worried about your career transition, understand that there are several steps you can take to ensure that you start a career that you will love.

The first step you should take when exploring new career options is to get a full and complete understanding of yourself. You should know what you like and don’t like, what motivates you, and what type of work environment you enjoy. Know what you are passionate about and what excites you. If you have a better understanding of yourself, you can explore careers that specifically fit you. You may find it useful to research a variety of careers that center around your likes, dislikes, passions, etc. In the future, finding the perfect career fit will make you more productive and happier.

Once you have researched and found some career paths that you believe would lead you down the road to success, it’s time to analyze your current skills. Make a list of what skills you possess – whether it’s leadership, creativity, or analytical skills. You can then tailor these skills to apply to your new career path. Furthermore, knowing what skills you do possess will show you what skills you may need to improve. Understanding what skills need to be improved will allow you to start taking the necessary steps to actually improve those skills.

Now that your skills are perfected, it’s time to start applying. Brush up on your interview skills and make sure your resume is ready to go. It’s important to understand that finding a new career won’t happen overnight. It’s going to take hard work, dedication, and perseverance for you to land your dream job and start down your new career path. Make sure you have people who will support you – whether it be family, friends, or a mentor.

Changing your career is exciting and intimidating all at once. For your next career move, let TWG help you! Check out our website or call us at (361) 883-3535 to see how we can cater to your needs and help you change your career path!

Maximizing Your Summer Job

 

Having a summer job or internship is a great way to gain real world experience and get hands-on learning. Because summer employment typically only lasts about three months, it is important to make every day count. You want to learn as much as possible and jump on every opportunity presented to ensure that you make your summer job worthwhile. Follow these three simple steps to ensure that you maximize your summer job!

 

Be a self-starter.

Often time employers allocate more time than necessary for a task. If you finish early, ask for more work! When you take initiative and ask for more work, chances are that your employer will be more than happy to give you something else to do – therefore giving you another opportunity to learn. It is also important to ask questions. It is very typical for a company to have a specific way of doing things, but it’s okay to ask why. A majority of the time, your boss or manager will be impressed with your curiosity and be willing to explain to you why things are done a specific way. Again, this gives you another opportunity to learn.

 

Network.

Being the “new guy” in the office can be awkward and uncomfortable. However, if there’s one thing that most people have in common, it’s that they love talking about themselves. Reach out to your coworkers and make an effort to get to know them. Engaging with others will not only make work more enjoyable, but it doubles as an excellent way to network with others in your field. You already have one thing in common: your company, so it shouldn’t be too difficult to find common ground on other topics as well. As important as it is to make these connections, it is just as important to keep these connections even after your summer employment has ended. Keep in contact and continue to grow these relationships – it will help you in the long run!

 

Have fun.

This may seem obvious and overstated, but having fun in the workplace is vital to success. There is a strong correlation between those who have fun in the workplace and those who are successful. Typically, the more fun you have, the more successful you are. “Fun” comes in different forms for different people, so make sure you find your own fun. It may be watching a silly video during your lunch break or sharing a new joke with a coworker. Whatever your fun may be, embrace it. It will make work more amusing, and besides, who doesn’t want to have fun?!

 

Although summer jobs are short, there are still plenty of opportunities for both personal and professional growth. If you spent your summer job being a self-starter, networking, and having fun, it’s safe to say that your manager would be more than happy to write you an excellent recommendation. If you’re looking to find a job, come check out our website. We would love to help you find an amazing job where you can learn and grow!

Staying Strong During the Job Search

 

Finding a job can be a difficult process and often involve a lot of time revising your resume, updating social media platforms, reaching out to people and waiting to hear back from employers. It may not be easy but the hard work will be worth it when you find a job! In the meantime, take a look at these tips to stay strong during the job search.

Stay Positive
Positivity is one of the most important things to have during your job search. Although you will probably have some good and bad days, do your best to stay confident in yourself and your abilities. Write notes on your mirror, reflect on successful experiences in the past and look for various opportunities for the future. Creating a schedule can also help you stay focused and positive about your job search efforts. Don’t lose sight of all you have achieved and the hard work you have put in to get you where you are today, you can do this!

Use your Connections
While it is always good to constantly build connections it is also important to use them. Connect with your previous employers and professionals in your industry and see if there are any positions available at their company or another company they know. LinkedIn is also a good way to look at your connections, research companies and job opportunities.

Refresh and Refuel
Don’t forget to take breaks too, it is important to refuel and give your mind and body a chance to be refreshed. So, go for a walk, join a yoga class, and eat healthy, all of these things can help stimulate your mind and make you feel your best. Also, make plans with friends because even if they have jobs it will be a good opportunity for you to feel connected and maybe they know about a job opportunity!

Stay Plugged In
Industries are constantly evolving and it is beneficial to stay updated on new advancements. Follow industry profiles and influential users on social media platforms and research news in your industry. Also, try to incorporate your knowledge into your next interview to show employers your passion for the industry and dedication for the future.

Take these tips and put them to them into practice to help better your job search. You can do this and TWG is also here to assist you. Contact us at (361) 883-3535 and look at our website for more information on job opportunities and how TWG can help you find a job!

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