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Collections Jobs in Arizona

In Arizona, collections jobs offer a promising pathway for those looking to thrive in a supportive and innovative environment. By stepping into roles such as Collections Specialist or Credit and Collections Supervisor, you're not just taking on a job; you're embarking on a rewarding career journey. These positions play a critical role in maintaining the financial health of our operations, focusing on tasks from making outbound calls to manage customer relations, to overseeing crucial financial processes that keep our business running smoothly. With the backdrop of Arizona's growing economy and vibrant community, these opportunities are more than just jobs—they're your chance to make a significant impact while advancing your career in an exciting industry.

Why a Job as a Collections in Arizona is a great idea.

Taking on a job in collections in Arizona is an excellent move for anyone seeking a balanced and fulfilling career. The state's affordable cost of living allows you to enjoy its breathtaking landscapes without the financial strain experienced in many other regions. Arizona's diverse demographic landscape fosters a rich, inclusive community spirit that can make work life more enjoyable and culturally enriching. Moreover, with the economy on the rise, especially in sectors like technology, healthcare, and manufacturing, there are ample opportunities for growth and advancement in the collections field.

Why Work for IES communications in Arizona?

Choosing to work for IES Communications in Arizona means becoming part of a team that values growth, innovation, and making a meaningful impact. Our commitment to providing top-notch training and embracing cutting-edge technology ensures you'll be at the forefront of the telecommunications industry, enhancing your skills and career prospects. We pride ourselves on fostering a supportive environment where every employee's contribution is valued, promoting personal and professional development. By joining us, you're not just starting a job; you're building a rewarding career with a company that cares deeply about its employees, customers, and the communities we serve.

Company Benefits

Competitive Wages

Medical, Dental, & Vision Coverage

401(k) Plan

Short Term Disability

Compensated Industry Certifications

Optional long-term disability

Paid Time Off (PTO)

Illness, accident, legal, pet coverage.

Company paid life insurnace

Paid training & defined career path

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What will you do as a Collections at one of IES Communications' Arizona Branches?

In Arizona, our Collections Specialist and Credit and Collections Supervisor roles are pivotal in maintaining the financial health of our branches. The Collections Specialist focuses on making professional outbound calls to improve customer relations and resolve billing issues promptly, ensuring accounts receivable delinquency is minimized through effective communication and follow-ups. Meanwhile, the Credit and Collections Supervisor oversees new customer setups, supports daily cash postings, and leads AR collection efforts, providing crucial analysis and reporting that bridges Finance with Business operations, all while monitoring credit limits and contributing to the monthly financial process. Together, these positions ensure our Arizona branches operate smoothly and sustainably.

Experience

40 Years

Employees

9000+

Revenue

$2B+

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FAQs

What is the average salary of a Collections in Arizona?

The average salary for a Collections Specialist in Arizona is approximately $37,000 per year.

How do I become a Collections in Arizona?

To become a collector in Arizona, start by gaining a solid understanding of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) to ensure compliance with federal laws. Next, obtain the necessary licensing through the Arizona Department of Financial Institutions, which oversees collection agencies within the state. It's also beneficial to have experience in customer service or finance, as these skills are directly applicable to the collections field. Finally, staying informed about changes in state and federal regulations will help you maintain good standing and operate successfully as a collector in Arizona.

How long does it take to become a Collections in AZ?

To become a Collections Specialist in Arizona, the timeline varies based on your starting point. If you're beginning with no experience, it typically takes about 2-4 years. This includes completing relevant education (such as an associate degree or certification program, which can take up to two years) and gaining hands-on experience through entry-level positions or internships. For those already possessing a background in finance or customer service, the transition might be quicker, potentially taking only a few months to acquire specific collections training and certifications.

Is being a Collections in Arizona a good job?

Being a Collections Agent in Arizona can be a good job for those who possess strong communication skills, patience, and the ability to negotiate. The role offers opportunities for professional growth and competitive compensation, especially for individuals who excel in recovering debts and maintaining customer relations. However, success in this position also requires resilience and the capacity to handle challenging interactions positively.

How much does a Collections in AZ make?

A Collections in AZ typically makes between per hour, and per year depending on their experience and qualifications.

Is there a demand for Collectionss in Arizona?

Yes, there is a demand for collections in Arizona. This need spans across various sectors including healthcare, finance, and retail, reflecting the growing requirement for efficient debt recovery services to support business operations and financial health within the state.

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