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How did you get your start doing collections specialist work, and what career moves did you make to get to your current position?

Do you need a particular educational background?

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KayGill in Cleveland, Ohio

90 months ago

I started as an entry-level collector. This type of job would be equivalent to an entry-level dialer collection job. I eventually was promoted to a supervisor position. I left the workforce for a few years. When I went back to work I started again in an entry-level job and moved up again. I made a point of studying whatever industry I worked in, and always knew a lot more than whatever basics were required for my own job.

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Michael Petrowski in Brunswick, Ohio

86 months ago

I think you are correct in your comments. Are you curently seeking opportunities.

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KayGill in Cleveland, Ohio

85 months ago

I like where I am, but what do you have?

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Michael Petrowski in Brunswick, Ohio

85 months ago

Senior Credit/Collections Analyst
or Associate Credit Manager
MCPc is a National Computer
Technology Co. offering
hardware, software, office products
and service solutions
to business customers.
Qualified candidate
will be responsible for
the commercial collections (business to business)
Accounts Receivable Functions.
Experience with JD Edwards Accounting System (or AS400)
and checking credit ratings (Dunn & Bradstreet or Experian/Equifax)
are desirable. Must be proficient with Excel, Windows, and Outlook;
with excellent, customer service and problem solving skills;
MCPc offers competitive
benefit and compensation plans.
We are located in Strongsville and are
not accessible via the bus-line
Please send your resume &
Salary requirements to
jobs@mcpc.com
Visit our website: www.mcpc.com
EOE

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KayGill in Cleveland, Ohio

85 months ago

This looks like a great opp - but I'm going to stay focused on my current industry for now. I hope you find the right person.

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Michael Petrowski in Brunswick, Ohio

85 months ago

All the best to you and your career.

Have a great 4th of July!

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San Diego is Home in San Diego, California

84 months ago

I am looking for a high level Credit position in the San Diego county area. I have 21 years of credit management experience in the following fields: Building Products, Footwear and Apparel and Electrical/Automation. Does anyone know a copy that is looking. I have tried the standard job boards including NACM but haven't found what I'm looking for.
I am currently emplyed in the Footwear industry and it's not my cup of tea. Any suggestions?

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Lawrence Singer in Mifflintown, Pennsylvania

78 months ago

I am currently looking for employment in commercial collection field. I bring 16 years of experience along with me and am wiling to relocate. Any ideas from anyoe looking ?

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Jerry in New Orleans, Louisiana

73 months ago

Collection jobs in New Orleans, La. are slow.

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Laura Martinez in Monterrey, Mexico

71 months ago

I Have a Collections Specialist Job Opportunity in Monterrey, MEX.
Send your Resume: laura.martinez@htc.to

Regards!

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carlos.o.galvez@gmail.com in Spring, Texas

69 months ago

Laura Martinez in Monterrey, Mexico said: I Have a Collections Specialist Job Opportunity in Monterrey, MEX.
Send your Resume: laura.martinez@htc.to

Regards!

Have you found your Collection Specialist? I am a Specialist with 10 yrs experience in Bank loans, leases, mortgages and Hospital receivables.

Let me know if you still have the opening.

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