(EDITOR’S NOTE: You can apply for the job here).
As a Loan Originator with PNC Mortgage, you be involved in a variety of initiatives and activities supporting our full-service mortgage company that originates, acquires, markets and services residential loans.
Every day you will be proactively involved in originating quality FHA, VA and conventional mortgage and home equity loans; managing customers through the entire loan process, from data collection and analysis through loan conclusion; and maintaining positive client relationships. You will collect and analyze information regarding customer income, assets, investments and debts to include multifaceted or complex borrowers, presenting the advantages and disadvantages of different financial products to determine the best products to meet the customer’s needs and financial circumstances, as well as managing the customer through the entire loan process by setting expectations, taking applications, and, attend purchase closings, etc.
You will also focus on marketing and promotional strategies, to attract new purchase business, promoting a broad spectrum of mortgage products including but not limited to government, conventional, home equity and additional products within an assigned geographical area. This includes building network and community relations, and aggressively promoting PNC Mortgage to real estate agents, builders, developers, financial planners/CPAs, attorneys and other referral sources.
The successful candidate will have the following qualifications:
– Bachelor’s degree in Business or Communication or two years of loan origination experience
– A thorough understanding of underwriting criteria and guidelines
– Mortgage banking background preferred, with a proven track record of success
– Ability to generate annual production volumes of $10-12+ million
– Public speaking skills with the ability to make presentations
– Ability to education borrowers on loan products and process
– Strong relationship-building skills
Cybervation Inc., a full-service technology firm based in Columbus, Ohio, is looking for an experienced sales person to manage sales for its web development firm as well as web portals, NeedNexus and Ohio Shopping Network.
NeedNexus, http://www.neednexus.com, matches people with needs with service providers who can help. This position would sell memberships to individuals and businesses to list their skills and help find work.
Ohio Shopping Network, http://www.ohioshoppingnetwork.com, is designed to offer great deals on products for Ohio residents. The successful candidate would help identify and secure agreements with Retailers to add new items and manage online sales for the site.
We’re looking for someone with the following:
• Take ownership of the sales process for the company and help build a sales department
• Knowledge of IT products and services preferred
• Ability to identify new markets, build business strategies, plans through research or other means
• Excellent prospecting and cold calling skills and record of consistently exceeding objectives and performance goals
• Proven focus on building relationships, proactive communication and raising visibility of the company
• Self-driven, motivated and results oriented
• Familiarity with social media marketing techniques
Compensation would be based on a base salary plus commission.
Experience with sales for online applications and websites would be a definite plus.
Forward a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
(EDITOR’S NOTE: Updated with impact on local newspapers).
In a move that could have a major impact on employment for various newspaper employees across the country and for local readers in Stark and Tuscarawas counties in Ohio, GateHouse Media, the owners of The (Canton) Repository, The (Massillon)Independent and (Dover-New Philadelphia) Times-Reporter announced this week that they will lay out all newspapers it owns across the country from copy desks in Chicago and New England.
The memo, leaked to a national newspaper blogger, doesn’t specifically indicate if the changes include GateHouse Ohio’s local media cluster of The Repository, Times-Reporter and The Independent, but sources indicate that it would impact various employees at those newspapers.
Throughout the country, copy desks need to have local editors. I’ve worked at copy desks where having a working knowledge of the local community helps catch errors in stories, errors that news editors haven’t caught.
Second, recent downsizing at newspapers leave readers with gaping holes in news coverage. Can newspapers today cover all towns and cities in its coverage area? I know it’s an issue in Stark County.
Instead of downsizing, I propose newspapers restructure staffs to include “backpack journalists.” These can provide updates throughout the day which can be posted online. The additional content from all areas can add a compelling argument for businesses to buy ads and for readers to pay more for extra content.
What do you think, would you pay more for content as a reader and would you be more likely to buy ads if additional hometown news content was available online?
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The job market has changed dramatically in the past ten years.
People can change jobs quickly and jobs often come and go.
The article is filled with great advice.
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(EDITOR’S NOTE: Thanks to Lara Kretler for sharing the article)
It’s always awkward when employees leave a position and it’s easy to burn bridges.
Quite often, the last two weeks of employment is a delicate dance of trying not to say the wrong thing by both employees and their employers.
But it is always refreshing to see a company go the extra mile to salute departing employees for a job well done.
Cartridge World Dublin recently sent out a mass e-mail to its customer list to thank Josh Collins, who recently resigned as manager of the store.
Best Wishes Josh!
Wishing you all the best as you start your new position!
After five years of faithful service to Cartridge World Dublin, Josh Collins is resigning his position as our store manager at 3:00PM on May 19th. Please send him a greeting at email@example.com or stop in and see him personally. I know many of you have experienced his excellent customer service both in and out of the store front. We will all miss his expertise!
Cartridge World Dublin
That’s a classy move by Cartridge World.
What’s your best and worst stories of employees leaving companies where you have worked?