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Collections Specialist

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Accountemps Lee's Summit , MO 64063

Posted 4 months ago

Are you a natural leader driven by a strong sense of accomplishment looking for an opportunity as a Collections Specialist? Are you a focused, detail-oriented thinker with a background in accounting, finance or business administration? This Collections Specialist position in the Lees Summit, Missouri region is a long term temporary-to-fulltime opportunity. If you are an experienced Collections Specialist, there is an opportunity to nourish your career at a growing company! Contact Accountemps today to learn more! Key responsibilities

  • Pinpoint delinquent customer accounts through various means, e.g. written correspondence, phone contact, skip-tracing, and making arrangements for payment

  • Act as a company representative in upholding quality customer service and a positive company image by resolving customer account inquiries

  • Maintain and update customer files to sustain data integrity

  • Comply with all Federal Fair Credit Reporting Act rules and regulations

  • Control inbound and outbound collections calls and correspondence

  • Correctly process bankruptcy filings when received

  • Document all customer payments to the right reports

  • Head all billing and reporting activities in response to deadlines

  • Process Payments

Requirements

  • Be able to effectively analyze and make decisions on customer accounts

  • AA or BS/BA in Accounting preferred

  • Prior experience working with collections/accounting software

  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills

  • 2-3 years of prior high volume collections experience

  • Deep understanding of consumer credit

  • Comprehensive knowledge of consumer collections

  • Credit collections experience preferred

Employment Type: Temporary-to-full-time


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Collections Specialist

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