Thursday, April 9, 2015
We are excited to showcase our latest opportunities in the banking industry. We are continually adding, so be sure to visit our website as well as submit your resume if you are looking for a specific opportunity in the banking industry.
Bohan & Bradstreet has 25 plus years of executive search experience and is known for recruiting top industry leaders in Banking and other types of Financial Services. These are our most recent banking jobs. Click on each opportunity below to find out more.
Commercial Credit Officer - NY
Commercial Loan Documentation Specialist - NY
Communications Manager - NY
Corporate Strategy - NY
Loan Documentation Specialist - CA
Loan Review Officer - NY
Risk Reporting Associate - NY
Senior Associate - NY
SVP, Credit Risk Review - NY
Treasury Services, Head of Product Management - NY
VP, Credit Risk Review - NY
Wednesday, April 1, 2015
The start of a new month is here! Most companies have now wrapped up the first quarter in 2015 and have paid out their 2014 bonuses as well as gone through the merit process. The snow is finally gone and dare we say spring may actually be on it's way. With spring comes new beginnings. Is it time to start exploring new career opportunities? Are you ready for a change or know of someone in your network who is?
Click here to see our latest career opportunities.
Keep in mind that we only market 50% of the jobs we represent on our website. If you are looking for a change please send us an updated resume for existing and future opportunities by clicking here.
Tuesday, March 24, 2015
Come see all our February placements. We had a great month and look forward to continuing to fill our available opportunitites with top talent in some of the best companies.
Human Resources Director within a Global consumer products company growing through new product innovation, strong customer relationships, and acquisitions. Salary is $140,000 plus 20% bonus and $15K sign on.
Production Planner within a $300+M, private equity infused, global manufacturer in Connecticut. Salary is $75,000.
Controller within an expanding, multi-plant manufacturer located in Massachusetts. Salary is $135,000 plus 10% bonus.
Credit Officer within a global bank in New York City. Salary is $140,000 plus bonus.
Site Controller within a Strategic manufacturing center in Pennsylvania. Salary is $132,000 plus 15% target bonus and a sign on bonus.
Accountant within a regional CPA firm in Connecticut. Salary is $90,000.
General Manager within expanding multi-plant manufacturing setting in Connecticut. Salary is $160,000.
Director of Manufacturing Engineering within a global company with a rapidly expanding product line that targets OEM. Salary is $130,000 + $10,000 sign on bonus.
Director Human Resources within a Global high tech consumer products manufacturer and distributor in Connecticut. Salary is $126,000.
Tax Manager within a Regional CPA firm located in Connecticut. Salary is $110,000.
VP Finance within a Established, profitable and expanding multi-plant manufacturer in Connecticut. Salary is $135,000.
Sales Engineer within a global industrial manufacturer in Connecticut. Salary is $75,000 plus commissions.
Controller within a Decentralized manufacturer in Connecticut. Salary is $120,000.
Staff Accountant within a leading manufacturer in Connecticut. Salary is $62,000 plus bonus and stock option eligible.
Controller within a medical products manufacturer in Connecticut. Salary is $120,00 plus bonus.
Wednesday, March 18, 2015
Have you ever considered your own brand storytelling as an Executive Thought Leader and the compelling narrative you tell about yourself?
In todays executive job market being a thought leader is a desirable trait. Professionals discovered long ago that your personal brand must have a narrative and a story in order to remain relevant in your industry. You can no longer just identify an area of expertise or define your executive role with a label because you just won't stand out. What set's you apart, what projects have you driven that have had that out of the box thinking mentality? You should always write, speak and actively stay visable and offer thought-provoking material. This ensures that you stay on top of industry trends and become a visible thought leader.
We have found the same holds true for companies looking for executive leaders. It is not enough to just identify the kind of company you are, you have to offer a narrative and clearly define how you stand out from the competition. This is what attracts the best thought leaders and executives. We are now in a digital age where content is just as important as social, personal branding amongst executives and employees, and how to convey a companies personality to consumers. Consumers in large make desisions on how they feel. They gain these feelings from companies based on the stories and the brand identities they portray. Think about Apple and the compelling brand stories they have created and communicated to their consumers.
Consumers will now be looking even more to branded content. How will you as an executive become a thought leader and drive your company to tell a narrative that will resonate with your target audience?
Tuesday, February 24, 2015
Job Specialization: Taking on job titles and responsibilities that are industry specific and not transferable to other companies.
Staying With A Company Too Long: Remaining with an employer for an extended period of time may suggest that you fear change and prefer a familiar environment. The exception is receiving numerous promotions during that tenure.
Lack Of Career Progression: Remaining at a specific career level for a protracted period is a definite career killer. It suggests a failure to perform and earn a promotion.
Job Hopping: Job hopping is probably the number 1 career killer. As a general rule, you should average 3 to 5 years at each position. If you are a victim of layoffs after a short tenure, a prospective employer will look at your entire work history and usually ignore a single exception.
Jack Of All Trades, Master of None: A work history that includes experience in multiple disciplines (sales, purchasing, logistics, IT, marketing and customer service) can indicate a person without career direction and depth of expertise.
Staying In One Industry Too Long: This can be problematic, especially if your industry is facing a rapid decline and your skills are not transferable.