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Relationship Banker : Dowlen and Phelan, Beaumont, TX - JPMorgan Chase (beaumont, TX)

Title: Relationship Banker : Dowlen and Phelan, Beaumont, TX Job Number: This position requires National Mortgage Licensing System and Registry (NMLS) registration under the SAFE Act of 2008. As such, upon active employment with JPMorgan Chase, you will be required to either register on NMLS or re:register and move your previous registration to JPMorgan Chases registration rolls. Your continued employment in this position with JPMorgan Chase is contingent upon successful registration immediately after your start date and annual renewal of your registration thereafter. In addition, information obtained during the registration process may impact your employment with the firm. Qualifications: College degree preferred or High school degree/GED or foreign equivalent Minimum one year Branch Banking sales experience, REQUIRED Series 6/7, state registration (including 63 if required), and life licenses REQUIRED. If unlicensed, must be obtained within 12 months of joining Chase Ability to establish credibility and rapport, be friendly and personable and look for ways to benefit the customers financial relationship both over the phone as well as in person. Understands how to present features, and benefits of products and services to customers with differing needs Self motivated, assertive, performs well in a competitive sales environment Professional, thorough and organized; able to follow standard operating policies and procedures Ability to learn products, services and procedures quickly and accurately; explain concepts clearly to customers Understand how to interpret numbers, trends and data to make effecti Source:

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