Contractor (Former Employee), Addison Texas – March 12, 2013
Pros: supply lunch at mounth end
Cons: know health ins
Responsible for specific client’s collateral as assigned based on team and volumes. Daily responsibilities include processing/depositing collateral received from title, maintaining collateral files by team in the vault, endorsing notes in accordance with client and investor guidelines, and preparing collateral packages for delivery to permanent investors. – more... Worked closely with Relationship Specialists to address returned notes, investor collateral exceptions, research and problem solving. – less
Inventory Accountant (Former Employee), Irving, TX – August 29, 2012
Pros: they listen, personable, manually review resumes instead of processing them through some kind of software
Cons: commuting to addison was a bit tough, but really, it was worth it.
While at conference in Dallas a couple years ago I visited the Financial Additions booth and was really impressed with how friendly and willing they were. They quickly got back to me and set up and interview. During the interview the recruiter really listened to me and my needs and desires. After a couple weeks they already found me a job that I loved – more... and fit in. – less
Senior Accountant (Current Employee), Dallas, TX – August 27, 2012
Pros: friendly, professional and flexible
Cons: no resume writing service
When I sent Financial Additions my resume they were very quick with responding and giving me an interview. The interview went well and they found my a great job at very respected company within a week. I high recommend them.
Account Analyst (Former Employee), Addison, TX – June 15, 2012
Pros: placed at fortune 500 companies
Cons: contract only but presented as temp to hire
Reps do not answer the phone. There is no explanation when contract ends, no evaluations requested from client, and no updates on turnover from temp to full time as contracted time ends. This company is not worth any assignment. They place you as the assignment is temp to hire knowing that no one is to be hired in the position