Snap-on

Recovery Specialist

Job Locations US-IL-Libertyville
Job ID
2021-10714

Overview

Snap-on Credit LLC is the financial arm of Snap-on Inc., an S&P 500, and the world’s leading global developer, manufacturer, and distributor of professional tools and equipment. Snap-on Credit is headquartered in Libertyville, Illinois

Daytime Shifts. No weekends. In office work environment - no remote work.

 

Starting Salary: Potential Total Cash Compensation in Year 1: $50,000+ includes $40,000 Base; Monthly Individual Incentive Opportunity; and, Quarterly Incentive Opportunity. Advancement based on performance.

Paid Holidays, Paid Vacation, 4 Floating Holidays and Birthday off with pay

 

Perks: Company events & recognition; discount programs for tools, vehicles, insurance, recreational memberships, merchandise, etc.; tuition assistance program; pension and 401k with match; on-going training & development opportunities

Responsibilities

Position Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for collecting on bad debt accounts
  • Achieve monthly goals
  • Make outbound calls and handle inbound calls to resolve bad debt accounts
  • Locate customers to resolve bad debt accounts

 

Qualifications

Minimum Requirements:

  • Two years of recent consumer collections experience; willing to train the right individual
  • Professional and persuasive, communication and negotiation skills
  • Ability to utilize Microsoft Office and other software tools to ensure success
  • Self motivated, incentive/goal driven, strong negotiator, dedicated and organized

Ideal Candidate:

  • Experience – third party collections, auto collections, manual dialing, accountability to individual monthly goals, and skip tracing

Working Environment: High energy, effort driven and results oriented; in a comfortable office setting, desirable facility and excellent location

 

Snap-on is an Equal Opportunity Employer, Minority/Female/Disabled/Veteran

 

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