Archive for November, 2010

Company Recruits for Management Jobs in Jacksonville

Monday, November 29th, 2010

One company is enjoying financial success and possibly recruiting for management jobs in Jacksonville.

Sunset Brands, Inc discloses today five key executives which have been placed as Executive Officers, Director and Board Members for US Financial Assets.

USFA is a Financial holdings company with multiple business lines funneling up to its management team, which now includes Cynthia J. Delaparte, named President and Chief Financial Officer, Jeffrey S. Betros as Executive Vice President and Chief Mortgage Officer and Alan Speck, Managing Director of the Residential Mortgage Division.

As well, Bobby Walton and Walter Williams have been named as Board Members for the firm. Both are USFA outside Directors. Williams, a Real Estate Investor, also serves as Vice Chairman for USFA and Walton acts as CEO of Insuramerica, “an established firm comprised of related insurance agencies, consultants and affiliates designed to provide its local, national and international clients with a complete resource for risk transfer solutions and consulting services.”

Cynthia J. Delaparte, with a BS degree in Accounting from the University of Florida, has worked in banking for nearly 25 years, managing all business lines and projects as a C-level executive and garnering recognition and accolades including her status as Business Journal’s Woman of Influence in 2006. In addition, Cynthia served as organizing director and President of a de novo community bank in Northern Florida.

Jeffrey S. Betros, a mortgage executive with a BBA in Finance from Valdosta State University, has over 20 years experience in retail and wholesale lending. He served as Vice President of Lehman Brothers’ Aurora Loan Services where he opened up the wholesale mortgage platform in the States of Georgia, Florida and Alabama, with full implementation of its sales teams, including recruiting, hiring and training. He has worked with SSBN CEO, J. Bert Watson, Sr. since 2003, in which Jeff served as Executive Vice President and CMO of NYSE’s Sunset Financial Resources, Inc.

Alan Speck, a 23 year mortgage professional, serves as Managing Director of Residential Mortgage and comes to US Financial Assets in a career of Senior Executive positions in Capital Markets Operations and Mortgage Sales. Mr. Speck has been a member of a number of Residential Subcommittees which determined credit policy for all products including bank portfolio. He has managed $1 billion warehouse line to insure problem loans did not exceed 1% of volume on a monthly basis. He has held Executive Level Sales and Operations positions thereby creating a thorough understanding of the synergy needed between Capital Market Operations and the Retail Origination Sales Force to establish a “Best in Class” mortgage platform.

“Conservatism alongside attention to historical trends in these markets is key, and we have the experience and tools necessary to mitigate risk and help ensure success in all that we do,” Betros and Speck state.

Veterans Jobs in Jacksonville Take Center Stage

Thursday, November 18th, 2010

A military-friendly company is helping veterans jobs in Jacksonville take center stage.

G.I. Jobs has recognized CSX Corporation as number three on its 2011 Top 100 Military Friendly Employers list, and highest among railroads. The eighth-annual list acknowledges employers that actively pursue the employment of America’s servicemen and women.

“We are committed to hiring and developing America’s veterans,” said Michael Ward, CSX chairman, president and chief executive officer. “Their superior training, experience in logistics and ability to work safely in demanding, team-based environments make them uniquely qualified for railroading.”

Nearly one in five CSX employees has served in the military and many continue to hold reserve or guard status. Additionally, CSX supports the Jacksonville, Florida-based Wounded Warrior Project, which provides programs and services for injured service members to aid their transition from active duty to civilian lives.

The military remains among CSX’s most valued customers, and the company serves more U.S. military installations than any other Class I railroad. CSX regularly transports military equipment

Veteran Jobs in Jacksonville Get a Boost

Saturday, November 13th, 2010

Veteran jobs in Jacksonville are getting a boost from a veteran-friendly company.

G.I. Jobs has recognized CSX Corporation as number three on its 2011 Top 100 Military Friendly Employers list, and highest among railroads. The eighth-annual list acknowledges employers that actively pursue the employment of America’s servicemen and women.

“We are committed to hiring and developing America’s veterans,” said Michael Ward, CSX chairman, president and chief executive officer. “Their superior training, experience in logistics and ability to work safely in demanding, team-based environments make them uniquely qualified for railroading.”

Nearly one in five CSX employees has served in the military and many continue to hold reserve or guard status. Additionally, CSX supports the Jacksonville, Florida-based Wounded Warrior Project, which provides programs and services for injured service members to aid their transition from active duty to civilian lives.

The military remains among CSX’s most valued customers, and the company serves more U.S. military installations than any other Class I railroad. CSX regularly transports military equipment

Foundation Financial Hiring for Finance Jobs in Jacksonville

Thursday, November 4th, 2010

Foundation Financial Group has announced they are hiring for finance jobs in Jacksonville.

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