Hostile environment due to politics, harrassment and favoritism
Collections Investigator - Retired (Former Employee) – Aurora, CO – July 7, 2012
Interview individuals coming out of court from financial affidavits to determine if they qualify for a payment schedule on court ordered assessments based on pre-determined guidelines. Establish payment schedules for those who qualify, enter that information and any personal financial information ( social security number, employer, bank account information ) into judicial case database.
Correlate any cases owed in my court with money owed in other jurisdictions. Monitor cases for compliance and inititate enforcement action ( garnishments on income or bank account, property liens, cancellation of driver's license, attachment of state income tax refund) where applicable.
My co workers for the most part were exceptionally hard working and professional.
The most difficult part of the job was dealing with management politics and blunt favoritism that went on in the last several years of my tenure there.
The most enjoyable part of my job was working with the public and the good feeling that came from being able to help people successfully complete at least a part of their obligations to the court.
benefit and retirement programs
political sharking, harrassment, favoritism.