Mediator Law Group Negotiation Service Member2018-02-09T18:41:45+00:00

Negotiation Service Member

Primary Responsibilities

  • Contact originating creditors, collection agencies and out of state attorney offices in order to negotiate on clients behalf for a reduced settlement on delinquent and/or charged off accounts
  • Calculate acceptable percentages for settlement according to guidelines set forth by the department
  • Work an open queue of clients in order to achieve goals and objectives
  • Review client banking accounts to determine funds necessary to complete settlement and payment of company fees.
  • Gathering and submitting required documentation for approval and payment of accounts, not limited to transmittal and receipt of various e-faxes to and from enrolled clients’, creditors’, collection agencies, and attorney offices.
  • Reporting and various other tasks assigned by direct supervisor

 

Required Skills and Traits

  • Must have a minimum of 1 year experience in contact center or similar environment
  • Prior collections experience preferred
  • Prior inside sales experience preferred
  • Strong sense of professionalism and client stewardship
  • Ability to be coachable, competitive, and an eagerness to succeed.

Benefits

  • Fantastic office culture
  • State of the art technology
  • Strong Leadership Team
  • Fast growth potential through company
  • Base-pay and uncapped earning potential
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