Accounts Receivable Specialist - Collections

U Drive Acceptance Corp Sioux City , IA 51101

Posted 2 months ago

Seeking analytical professional to fill the position of Accounts Receivable Specialist.

Foster an inclusive, customer focused work environment where you are encouraged to think outside the box and performance is rewarded.

Key Account-abilities:

Negotiate optimal payment arrangements with assigned debtors to maximize portfolio recovery dollars.

Complete/conduct daily workload/recovery activities of 100-150 accounts worked.

Meet and/or exceed a monthly recovery goal established on a quarterly basis.

Provide legal support activities under the direction of the company.

Effectively utilize skip-tracing tools to locate and contact assigned debtors.

Maintain a comprehensive knowledge of federal, state, and local laws and regulations pertaining to collections/debt recovery while maintaining client standards.

Effectively communicate and educate assigned debtors regarding the importance of paying debts promptly and potential consequences of not doing so.

Attend on-the-job training orientations as defined and scheduled by management.

Assist less experienced Accounts Receivable Specialists with basic questions.

Exhibit professional behavior and promote positive working relationships. Be accountable for continuous best efforts to complete the job assigned.

Maintain regular and predictable attendance, and effectively communicate scheduling issues with management in a timely manner.

Requirements

2-4 years office experience in a customer service or clerical role

Excellent oral and written communication skills

Ability to work independently in a diverse, fast paced work environment.

Working knowledge of Microsoft Office, including Outlook, Word, and Excel

Must be available to work rotating Saturdays

Some shift work may be required (as per the needs of the business)

Benefits

Competitive Pay Plan

Monthly Incentives Available

Two weeks per year vacation

Six paid holidays

3% IRA match

Group Health Insurance available

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