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What advice would you give someone seeking a career as a credit counselor?

What best advice would you give me for a career as a credit counselor. Is there a school? a degree? a certification? Would it make sense to be a loan officer first? It seems like a rewarding career and hoping you can lead me in the right direction. Thanks! -Charles

Thank you for your interest! Being a credit counselor is very rewarding.

Here are some excerpts from the job description:

  • Counselors are responsible for establishing counselor/client relationship to derive individually tailored solutions to all facets of the client’s debt and money management-related needs.
  • Counselors should have a background in working with people, finance, education, consumer credit or a counseling-related field.
  • Counselors should be creative problem solvers who can balance client needs with creditor requirements.
  • Counselors are able to think long-term as it relates to the position and overall MMI mission and goals.
  • Counselors must be open-minded and approachable attitude, able to work with diverse personalities and intellectual levels.
  • Counselors should remain positive in their approach, non-judgmental, flexible, consistent and able to work well under pressure.

Money Management International is an equal opportunity employer, offering competitive salaries, 401(k) retirement funds, and an assortment of other employee benefits. If you are interested in submitting your resume for consideration, please fax, email or send it using the information below:

Human Resources Coordinator
Money Management International
14141 Southwest Freeway, Suite 1000
Sugar Land, TX 77478.3494
713-394-3497 Fax

You can also visit MMI's careers page to find the most up-to-date list of available job openings.

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