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Legal Debt Collectors

Great company in the Solon area is currently looking to fill multiple positions in their Legal Collections Department! This is a first shift position with a well-established law firm that pays $13 to $17 per hour to start with amazing growth potential!!
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Responsible to review and work portfolios upon placement through every stage of suit and post judgment execution
Direct interaction with clients giving status updates and requesting documents
Direct communication with debtor's, CCCS, Courts, Outside and Inside Counsel
Determine best method for recovery by skip tracing and locating debtors, employment, earnings, liabilities, assets and ability to pay
Strong attention to detail, ability to comply with company and department procedures
Strong negotiation skills
Audit delinquent accounts considered to be uncollectable; ensure maximum efforts have been taken before elevating to the next step
Understand court procedures in executing garnishments, bank attachments, certified judgments and liens
Possess an understanding of how to handle civil procedures related to filing suits
Basic Qualifications:
Solid collection experience
Analytical and negotiating skills
A solid knowledge of collection laws
Must know and understand Fair Debt Collection Practice Act (FDCPA)
Strong analysis and judgment skills
Works well in a team environment
Strong organizational skills
Strong communication skills
Able to work well under pressure
Strong computer skills
Detail-oriented
Problem solving skills
Flexibility and ability to multi-task
A professional telephone manner is essential
Must have good command of the English language; both oral and written
High School Diploma and a minimum of two years experience in a related field

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