Commonwealth Capital Corp Jobs in Florida
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Commonwealth Capital Corp is a self funded certified woman owned lessor specializing in the leasing of Information Technology, Medical Technology and Telecommunications Equipment. We have an immediate opportunity for an enthusiastic, results driven, self motivated, candidate who is eager to enter and learn about the equipment finance industry. Our ideal candidate will have excellent phone skills,...
Business Development Manager - Equity Placement Sales/ Direct Origination Commonwealth Capital Corp. is a self-funded certified woman owned lessor specializing in the leasing of Information Technology, Medical Technology and Telecommunications Equipment. We have an immediate opportunity for an experienced, enthusiastic, and aggressive Business Development Manager. Our ideal candidate will have an...
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