collections representative in omaha

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US$ 17 per hour
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location
omaha, nebraska
job category
Accounting & Auditing
job type
contract
salary
US$ 17 per hour
reference number
435862
phone
404-442-0453
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job description

job summary:

Collections Representative 2 (8399953)

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Job Information

Job Title:

Collections Representative 2

Job Status:

Active

Buyer Organization:

Bank of the West - US (CWP)

Rate Card Identifier:

C - Colorado Springs, CO; Omaha, NB; Phoenix, AZ

Shift Label:

Shift Comments:

Total # Positions:

2

# Available Positions:

2

Rates:

Compensation:

Rate Type: Hourly Currency: USD

Requisition Rates:

Pay Rate:

27.21

Mark-Up:

Bill Rate:

27.21

OT Pay Rate:

32.65

OT Mark-Up:

OT Bill Rate:

32.65

DT Pay Rate:

46.26

DT Mark-Up:

DT Bill Rate:

46.26

Start Date:

7/16/18

Duration:

0-12 month(s)

End Date:

7/15/19

Job Specifics

Dates & Positions:

Position Pool ID#

# of Positions

Start Date

End Date

Actions

12929651

2

7/16/18

7/15/19

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Total: 2

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Job Statistics

Position In Process:

Not Released: 0

Position Offered: 0

Total: 0

Position Filled:

Awaiting Start Date: 0

Effective: 0

Total: 0

Position Closed/Canceled:

0

General

Job Owner:

Phillips, Shannon L.

Creator:

Phillips, Shannon L.

Job Type:

C

Position Type:

Full-Time

Hiring Manager:

Phillips, Shannon L.

Customer Manager:

*Manager, Implementation Phone:x Email:nobody@iqn.com

Customer Account Managers:

*Haynes, Raven (G&A) Phone:402-918-5399Email:Raven.Haynes@bankofthewest.com

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Decision By:

Interview Period:

-

Start By:

7/16/18

Description/Comment:

Summary: Bank of the West is seeking an Collections Representative to perform various collection duties on consumer or mortgage accounts in various stages of risk or performance to effectively reduce delinquency, losses and increase recoveries. A typical Collections Representative may also be responsible for the stocking of recovered or returned collateral, preparing documentation, processing proceeds of sales, and assisting customer with redemptions or reinstatements. Job Responsibilities: *Classify, record, and summarize numerical and financial data to compile and keep financial records, using journals and ledgers or computers. *Take all necessary actions to collect payments or charge-off recoveries via predictive dialer or by manual inbound/outbound calls. *May initiate and prepare files for repossession, charge-off, NOD and skip trace. *Uses various collection systems to update customers? accounts and to send correspondence. *Ensure recovered/returned collateral is logged into inventory system. *Obtains collateral values through available sources. *Identifies and handles problem title situations. *Processes sales proceeds and prepares sales packages. *Produces all inventory reports. *Communicates with various auctions, repossession companies, motor vehicle offices throughout the United States and other departments within Consumer Credit Division. *Provides back up for transportation of recovered/returned collateral. *Knows, understands, and adheres to Fair Debt Collections Practice Act, Collection Laws, and Fair Credit Reporting Act. *Communicates with customers regarding reinstatements, redemptions, and any disputes. *Other job duties may include the following: Understands and adheres to Fannie Mae (FNMA), FHA (HUD), Veteran?s Administration (VA), and all private mortgage insurer?s (PMI) rules and guidelines. Skills: *Ability to assess customer?s financial situation for possible referral for loss mitigation. *Verbal and written communication skills, attention to detail, and critical thinking. *Ability to work independently and manage one?s time. *Knowledge of federal, state, and company policies, procedures and regulations as related to accounting. *Previous experience with computer applications, such as Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint, and any other related software. Education/Experience: *High school diploma or GED required. Associate's degree in accounting or related financial discipline preferred. *2-4 years financial and/or accounting experience required.

Start Time:

10:00 AM

Hours:

10AM - 7PM

Location:

L0927 13505 California St. Douglas Omaha NE 68154 United States

Education:

Additional Job Details:

Tuesday - Friday 10AM-7PM; Saturday 8AM-4:30PM

Organization Distribution:

Owning Organization:

Randstad

Organization Distribution:

Customer Defined Fields:

Skills/Roles

Certification/Credentials Clearance

Other

Job Position Reports To:

High-risk Requisition :

No

Background Check Required:

Yes

Drug Test Required:

No

Collections Representative - Omaha, NE

These are 2 contract roles expected to last 1 year.

Collections Representative- Job Duties:

  • Classify, record, and summarize numerical and financial data to compile and keep financial records, using journals and ledgers or computers.
  • Take all necessary actions to collect payments or charge-off recoveries via predictive dialer or by manual inbound/outbound calls.
  • May initiate and prepare files for repossession, charge-off, NOD and skip trace.
  • Uses various collection systems to update customers accounts and to send correspondence.
  • Ensure recovered/returned collateral is logged into inventory system.
  • Obtains collateral values through available sources.
  • Identifies and handles problem title situations.
  • Processes sales proceeds and prepares sales packages.
  • Produces all inventory reports.
  • Communicates with various auctions, repossession companies, motor vehicle offices throughout the United States and other departments within Consumer Credit Division.
  • Provides back up for transportation of recovered/returned collateral.
  • Knows, understands, and adheres to Fair Debt Collections Practice Act, Collection Laws, and Fair Credit Reporting Act.
  • Communicates with customers regarding reinstatements, redemptions, and any disputes.
  • Other job duties may include the following: Understands and adheres to Fannie Mae (FNMA), FHA (HUD), Veterans Administration (VA), and all private mortgage insurers (PMI) rules and guidelines

Job Requirements:

  • Ability to assess customer's financial situation for possible referral for loss mitigation.
  • Verbal and written communication skills, attention to detail, and critical thinking.
  • Ability to work independently and manage one's time.
  • Knowledge of federal, state, and company policies, procedures and regulations as related to accounting.
  • Previous experience with computer applications, such as Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint, and any other related software. Education/Experience:
  • High school diploma or GED required. Associate's degree in accounting or related financial discipline preferred.
  • 2-4 years financial and/or accounting experience required.

Compensation: $17.00-19.44/hr

 
location: Omaha, Nebraska
job type: Contract
salary: $17.00 - 19.44 per hour
work hours: 9 to 5
education: High School
experience: 2 Years
 
responsibilities:

Responsibilities:

Classify, record, and summarize numerical and financial data to compile and keep financial records, using journals and ledgers or computers.Take all necessary actions to collect payments or charge-off recoveries via predictive dialer or by manual inbound/outbound calls.May initiate and prepare files for repossession, charge-off, NOD and skip trace.Uses various collection systems to update customers accounts and to send correspondence. Ensure recovered/returned collateral is logged into inventory system. Obtains collateral values through available sources. Identifies and handles problem title situations. Processes sales proceeds and prepares sales packages. Produces all inventory reports. Communicates with various auctions, repossession companies, motor vehicle offices throughout the United States and other departments within Consumer Credit Division. Provides back up for transportation of recovered/returned collateral. Knows, understands, and adheres to Fair Debt Collections Practice Act, Collection Laws, and Fair Credit Reporting Act. Communicates with customers regarding reinstatements, redemptions, and any disputes. Other job duties may include the following: Understands and adheres to Fannie Mae (FNMA), FHA (HUD), Veteran?s Administration (VA), and all private mortgage insurer?s (PMI) rules and guidelines

 
qualifications:

Qualifications:

Ability to assess customer's financial situation for possible referral for loss mitigation. Verbal and written communication skills, attention to detail, and critical thinking. Ability to work independently and manage one's time. Knowledge of federal, state, and company policies, procedures and regulations as related to accounting. Previous experience with computer applications, such as Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint, and any other related software. Education/Experience: High school diploma or GED required. Associate's degree in accounting or related financial discipline preferred. 2-4 years financial and/or accounting experience required.

 
skills: Credit Collections

Equal Opportunity Employer: Race, Color, Religion, Sex, Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity, National Origin, Age, Genetic Information, Disability, Protected Veteran Status, or any other legally protected group status.

skills

Credit Collections

qualification

Qualifications:
Ability to assess customer's financial situation for possible referral for loss mitigation. Verbal and written communication skills, attention to detail, and critical thinking. Ability to work independently and manage one's time. Knowledge of federal, state, and company policies, procedures and regulations as related to accounting. Previous experience with computer applications, such as Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint, and any other related software. Education/Experience: High school diploma or GED required. Associate's degree in accounting or related financial discipline preferred. 2-4 years financial and/or accounting experience required.

responsibilities

Responsibilities:
Classify, record, and summarize numerical and financial data to compile and keep financial records, using journals and ledgers or computers.Take all necessary actions to collect payments or charge-off recoveries via predictive dialer or by manual inbound/outbound calls.May initiate and prepare files for repossession, charge-off, NOD and skip trace.Uses various collection systems to update customers accounts and to send correspondence. Ensure recovered/returned collateral is logged into inventory system. Obtains collateral values through available sources. Identifies and handles problem title situations. Processes sales proceeds and prepares sales packages. Produces all inventory reports. Communicates with various auctions, repossession companies, motor vehicle offices throughout the United States and other departments within Consumer Credit Division. Provides back up for transportation of recovered/returned collateral. Knows, understands, and adheres to Fair Debt Collections Practice Act, Collection Laws, and Fair Credit Reporting Act. Communicates with customers regarding reinstatements, redemptions, and any disputes. Other job duties may include the following: Understands and adheres to Fannie Mae (FNMA), FHA (HUD), Veteran?s Administration (VA), and all private mortgage insurer?s (PMI) rules and guidelines

educational requirements

High School