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Position: Sales Associate Wanted

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Location: Home Based


Primary Responsibilities:
HIGHLY PROFESSIONAL, ETHICAL AND PROFTABLE COMMERCIAL COLELCTIONS AGENCY SEEKS TOP OF THE LINE SALES ASSOCIATE. Attorney-owned and affiliated commercial collection agency performing both domestic and international commercial collections looking for a top-notch commercial collections sales associate. Successful candidate will have experience in successfully performing phone sales for commercial collection agency; a proven and demonstrable track record; and references in the industry. Must be able to start immediately and be under no contractual obligation not to compete.

Required Knowledge, Skills:

WORK INDEPENDENTLY FROM HOME AND EARN THE HIGHEST COMMISSION PERCENTAGE IN THE INDUSTRY.

No bullshit; no changing of commission schedules downstream; no "amnesia" when it comes to honoring promises made. Our business relationships with our independent contractors are structured to benefit BOTH parties and therefore to last. And, the fact that we are attorney owned and affiliated and that all of our calls to creditors originate from our affiliated law firm results in a higher than industry standard percentage of PIF accounts, and more money in our associates' pockets.

Contact Details:
Phone: 309-341-4412
Website: http://www.collectworldwide.com

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Position: Web Content Manager

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Location: Philadelphia


Primary Responsibilities:
Company Description

With a workforce of over 30,000 people, and opportunities in more than 1,000 different job categories, the City of Philadelphia is the sixth largest city in the United States and one of the largest employers in Southeastern Pennsylvania. As an employer, the City of Philadelphia operates through the guiding principles of service, integrity, respect, accountability, collaboration, diversity and inclusion. Through these principles, we strive to effectively deliver services, to resolve the challenges facing our city, and to make Philadelphia a place where all of our residents have the opportunity to reach their potential.

AGENCY DESCRIPTION

The Department of Revenue collects nearly $5 billion in tax revenue and water bills annually to pay for city services and public education. It also manages critical payment assistance programs to help senior citizens, businesses, homeowners, and other customers. The information and services that the Department provides represent over 30% of all traffic to the City of Philadelphia's website.

Job Description

POSITION SUMMARY

Last year, the Department unveiled its new user-friendly website redesign (beta.phila.gov/revenue), built in collaboration with the Office of Open Data & Digital Transformation (ODDT). The new website offers completely rewritten content organized into more intuitive categories that target its users.

The Web Content Manager will build on the work that's been done, formalize content strategy within the Department, build capacity, and identify opportunities for content improvement online and offline.

SALARY - Commensurate with education and experience

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

Content planning and design

Plan and write accessible, engaging, and usable Department of Revenue content including, but not limited to, content for any digital asset managed by Revenue, electronic newsletters, and video presentations.
Finalize content, including copy editing and proofreading.
Upload and maintain site content through a content management system.
Ensure that all content meets the standards in the City’s Content Style Guide (standards.phila.gov).
Collaborate with ODDT to implement content recommendations and to strategize information architecture.
Evolve content efforts based on insights gleaned from evaluation and research.

Project manager and plain language proponent

Manage content efforts with multiple stakeholders.
Handle requests for Revenue-specific content changes and interpretations of style guide or other best practices.
Train subject-matter experts to write effective web content that is intuitive to site visitors.
Enable effective collaboration with ODDT content team members through purposeful processes and resources.
Document project progress and communicate project plans (and progress) to stakeholders.

User experience advocate

Work closely with Department of Revenue subject-matter experts to understand their content needs and goals.
Focus content solutions that meet the needs of all prioritized stakeholders, including phila.gov users and Department of Revenue subject-matter experts.

Required Knowledge, Skills:

COMPETENCIES, KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES

Detail-oriented: Sees, accounts for, and manages the smallest, most complex details so that content is clear, accurate, and consistent with standards. (Please note that inaccurate information on phila.gov can negatively impact the lives of Philadelphia residents. This competency is absolutely essential.)
Organized: Manages large projects, estimates timelines, syncs multiple work streams, reworks a project approach based on unforeseen challenges, works well under pressure, and sets reasonable deadlines for self and content team.
Excellent communicator: Able to clearly address a complex subject and break it down into crisp, simple language. Bi- or multi-lingual preferred.
Relationship-builder: Works comfortably with a variety of people and personalities and cultivates strong relationships to ensure collaboration and continued project support.
Curious: Asks questions to better understand a problem, receives and gives constructive feedback, and learns new skills.
Compassionate: Uses empathy for others’ experiences to create actionable solutions that address people’s real needs with integrity.
Action-oriented: Sees opportunities, navigates barriers, and creates solutions that enhance deliverables, processes, and practices.
Resilient: Has a sense of humor, learns from mistakes, and returns to work after experiencing a setback.
Scrappy: Has the ingenuity to solve problems and deliver quality results even when working within constraints.

Qualifications

At least two years of full-time, or equivalent part-time, professional experience in content strategy, web writing or a related field, including:

Creating accessible, engaging, and usable web content.
Working with information architecture.
Using research insights to focus and refine content efforts.
Working with content management systems.

The Department of Revenue is interested in hiring the best possible candidate for the role. A bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience is preferred; however, we recognize that experience, education, and qualifications can be attained in a variety of ways and many skill sets are transferable. If you feel you’re a good fit, please don’t hesitate to apply.
Additional Information

When applying please include:

A cover letter explaining why you’re passionate about working as content manager for the Department of Revenue.
Writing samples, and any other examples of your work that you are particularly proud of that can include graphic design, video, etc., that demonstrate your ability to craft content across diverse subjects

Successful candidate must be a City of Philadelphia resident within six months of hire.

The City of Philadelphia is an Equal Opportunity employer and does not permit discrimination based on race, ethnicity, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, disability, marital status, source of income, familial status, genetic information or domestic or sexual violence victim status. If you believe you were discriminated against, call the Philadelphia Commission on Human Relations at 215-686-4670. For more information, go to: Human Relations Website: http://www.phila.gov/humanrelations/Pages/default.aspx

Contact Details:
Phone: (215) 686-6600
Website: https://jobs.smartrecruiters.com/CityofPhiladelphia/743999659835700-web-content-manager

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Position: Manager, Legal Collections

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Location: St. Cloud, MN


Primary Responsibilities:
Analyze business drivers at both the partner and program level to manage and improve performance including the project management of both individual and team initiatives. 15%

Conducts on-going training for new hires on an as needed basis. 5%

Develop program / process strategies and execute against such strategies. 15%

Develops and maintains relationship with key partners both internally and externally. 10%

Ensure quality and accuracy of all work product, create, set and communicate performance plans to drive results where applicable. 20%

Management of direct reports (reporting to the role) # 1-12 30%

Responds to escalated consumer issues and identifies potential compliance issues. 5%

Required Knowledge, Skills:

Education:
Required: Bachelor

Preferred: Business related field

Languages:
Required: English

Work Experience:
Required: 1 - 3 years experience in a Project or Process Management role, or equivalent education and experience. Data query skills. Proficiency in MS Office. Program or relationship management skills as well as strong people management skills.

Preferred: 1 - 2 years experience in Financial Services and / or vendor / Program Management. Solid quantitative and analytical skills. Advanced proficiency in MS Office particularly Excel. Superior verbal and written communication skills, and very detail oriented, with demonstrated ability to manage / motivate

Contact Details:
Phone: (877) 445-4581
Website: https://encore.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/externalnew/job/MN---St-Cloud/Manager--Legal-Collections--Manager-Experience-is-Required-_REQ02652/apply

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Position: Manager, Regulatory Reporting

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Location: San Diego, CA


Primary Responsibilities:
Job Description

The Manager of Regulatory Reporting manages the day to day regulatory and statutory reporting functions of the company, including requests from tax and legal. The position will coordinate and ensure the timely and accurate filing of quarterly and annual financial information required for licensing and statutory filings, and all data gathering required for financial statements for tax reporting and related financial statements and required disclosures. The position reports to Director, Financial Reporting and may have one direct report.

Responsibilities
Analyzes and interprets complex accounting and financial regulatory issues. 10%

Assist in developing financial reporting solutions and processes relating to regulatory/licensing based on specifications and needs, including standardization of templates and request forms. 20%

Collaborates with accounting and finance staffs and ensure accurate financial data for stand-alone financial statements. 10%

Coordinates reports, responses for data requests and other filings to regulatory agencies. 10%

Management of direct reports (reporting to the role). 5%

Partners with cross functional groups within the organization to ensure timely and accurate regulatory reporting. 5%

Responsible for the accuracy and timely filing of all reporting for licensing, statutory reporting, and financial statements required for tax. Support related external audits (there are approximately 250 reports) including maintaining an active inventory which highlights required signature levels, audit firm relationships, and other requirements. 25%

Reviews reconciliations between US GAAP and local GAAP including obtaining reasonable support for all deltas. 5%

Reviews regulatory related work products from other areas of the organization to validate the factual and technical accuracy. 10%

Required Knowledge, Skills:

Qualifications

Education:
Required: Bachelor’s; Finance, Accounting

Preferred: Master’s/Advanced

Languages:
Required: English

Work Experience:
Required: 6-8 years accounting or financial analysis. Ability to lead others through clear communication, coordination, project planning and project prioritization. Proficiency with MS Office (Excel and Access). • Demonstrated leadership and people management skills • Self-motivated individual with ability to work independently, meet tight deadlines and committed to success.

Contact Details:
Phone: (877) 445-4581
Website: https://encore.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/externalnew/job/CA---Mission-Valley/Manager--Regulatory-Reporting_REQ02530/apply

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Position: Collector

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Location: Philadelphia


Primary Responsibilities:
Police and Fire Federal Credit Union - Philadelphia, PA 19107
$27,000 - $35,000 a year
Locations: Currently this position is located at 901 Arch Street, Philadelphia

This position will be relocating to our other main building in Bensalem, PA early 2018

This person be willing to travel to both locations until the relocation

Scheduled hours: Monday & Friday 10am to 6pm, Tuesday through Thursday 9am to 5pm, and

rotating Saturdays 8:15am to 4:15pm

Required Knowledge, Skills:

The Collector is responsible for collecting on delinquent consumer loans and Visa credit cards for an assigned queue of Credit Union accounts, primarily through phone contact, letters and/or emails. The objective is reduce the delinquency and minimize losses.

Minimum of 2 years first placement collections and/or 1 year of second placement collections.
High School Diploma/GED.

PFFCU is an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, gender, age, veteran status, political affiliation, sexual orientation, marital status or disability (in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act) with respect to employment opportunities. PFFCU complies with Philadelphia’s Fair Chance Hiring Law.

Contact Details:
Phone: 1-800-228-8801 or 215-931-0300
Website: http://www.pffcu.org

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