Attorney Jobs in Tulsa, Oklahoma

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The law office of JonesBrown is looking for qualified and experienced employees with an expert grasp of customer service and excellent written and verbal communications skills. Responsibilities: As a Client Intake Specialist, you will act as the first customer contact when a law firm inquiry has been initiated.​ In this role, you will gather all the relevant information provided by the client an...
John Zink Hamworthy Combustion continues to experience significant growth in opportunities serving the petrochemical and refining industry. A renewed focus on serving customers with competitive solutions has led to record bookings and established John Zink Hamworthy Combustion as the preferred technology leader. Our vision is to continue on a path of growth whereby we will add products and servic...
MidFirst Bank Tulsa, OK, 74120
The Business Relationship Manager (BRM) is responsible for acquiring, retaining, and expanding the banking relationships of business banking customers. With either new or existing customers, the BRM will profile, discover banking needs, and offer solutions to meet the objectives of business customers. The BRM will seek to source potential business and consumer customers through referrals from exis...

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