District Manager
Ace Cash Express 519 reviews - Tucson, AZ

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ACE Cash Express, the largest nationwide financial retail service provider, is currently seeking highly motivated leaders and surrounding areas interested in advancing in a fast growing progressive company. Forbes magazine named ACE Cash Express as one of the Top 200 Best-Run Small Companies in the United States.

This is an exceptional opportunity to be a District Manager with Multi-Unit Leadership responsibilities. ACE Cash Express, with over 1,700 centers in 38 states and 15% annual revenue growth, is driving business success through people success. Successful candidates will have the following blend of skills and experience:
•Bilingual (Spanish prefered)
•Multi-Unit Management Experience is Required
•Prior Experience in the Financial Service Industry to include Payday Loans and Check Cashing
•40% Travel
If you are interested in Multi-Unit responsibilities, leading your own team, managing your own district with over a dozen business centers, growing sales and progressing your career in a rapidly growing company, this is an outstanding opportunity. We are seeking self-motivated, goal-oriented progressive leaders with high integrity and a desire to lead and develop others. Employment with ACE Cash Express includes the following:
•Competitive Compensation and Growth Potential
•Base Salary plus an additional 60% annual bonus potential
•Outstanding Benefits (Medical/Health, Prescription, Dental, Vision, 401K Retirement Plan)
•Management and Business Skills Training and Development
•Promotion opportunities within Texas and throughout the country
•Company culture that encourages and compensates achievers
•Opportunity to work with a nationwide leader that is expanding throughout the country

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519 reviews
ACE Cash Express really has a bankless job. The company owns a chain of financial services outlets that target the underbanked and bankless...