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Posted by Willy Franzen on January 9, 2011. Positions below updated every five minutes.
|Financial Advisory Services Program Manager (Bilingual)||Atlanta, GA|
|Director of Accounting||Atlanta, GA|
|Document Submission Asst (DSA) - Bilingual Preferred||Atlanta, GA|
|Bilingual Client Service Representative||Atlanta, GA|
|Budget and Credit Counselor||Atlanta, GA|
|Senior Sales Engineer - Customer Experience Management||United, PA|
College students are notorious for ending up in bad credit situations, but as the past few years have demonstrated, they’re not the only ones. Credit markets are integral to keeping our economy running, yet millions of Americans run into credit problems every year. The really big problem is that having a poor credit makes it even tougher to dig out of a financial hole, so you get a sort of vicious cycle. There are lots of companies that try to take advantage of people in financial distress, but there are also companies and non-profits that truly help people through credit counseling. One of them is the non-profit organization CredAbility, which is based in Atlanta, GA.. Since they started in 1964 they have “been helping people in financial distress move from crisis to control by providing compassionate service with innovative, yet practical solutions.”
CredAbility calls itself a “financial emergency room.” Their services include Bankruptcy Counseling, Debt Management, Housing Counseling, and Budget & Credit Counseling, and they’re offered 24/7 via phone and Internet as well as in person in 30 offices across Georgia, Florida, Mississippi and Tennessee. They also offer CredAbilityU which offers “financial training through online courses, webinars, portable podcasts, expert tips, tools, calculators and other resources.” Basically, if you’re having financial troubles, CredAbility can offer a wide array of resources to get you back on track and out of a hole. If you’d like to be part of CredAbility and their work to help people achieve financial freedom, then you should check out their Jobs page. Right now they’re looking for a Reporting Analyst. The job posting is a bit confusing (I think the experience requirement is directed towards those without a degree), but I’m pretty sure that a new or recent grad with a background in Statistics would be a great fit.
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