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Collections Jobs in Ohio

Collections jobs in Ohio offer more than just a career; they present an opportunity to join a community that values both professional growth and personal well-being. In these roles, individuals will not only contribute to the financial health of our company by managing collections efficiently but also enjoy the unique lifestyle that Ohio provides, blending vibrant city life with serene countryside. Our Collections Specialists and Credit and Collections Supervisors are crucial in fostering positive customer relationships and ensuring effective financial operations, embodying our commitment to excellence and innovation in the industry. By stepping into collections jobs in Ohio, you're not just finding a job—you're discovering a place where your career can flourish alongside a supportive team dedicated to leading the way in telecommunications.

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

Taking on a job in collections in Ohio is more than just a career move; it's stepping into a community where your work-life balance thrives. Our state's blend of vibrant cities and serene countryside offers an unparalleled backdrop for both personal growth and professional development. With our diverse culture fueling a thriving job market, and the cost of living remaining affordable, you're not just pursuing a job—you're investing in a lifestyle that values progress and well-being in equal measure. It's an opportunity to build a fulfilling career while enjoying the unique charm that makes Ohio truly special.

Why Work for IES communications in Ohio?

Joining IES Communications in Ohio means becoming part of a team that values your growth and development as much as delivering top-notch services to our clients. We're committed to providing an inclusive workplace where every employee has the opportunity for professional and personal advancement, ensuring you can build the career you've always wanted. Our dedication to innovation and excellence in telecommunications positions us as leaders in the industry, offering you a unique chance to be at the forefront of cutting-edge technology and projects that make a real difference. By choosing IES, you're not just getting a job; you're gaining a family that supports each other, celebrates diversity, and works together to lead our industry into the future.

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' Ohio Branches?

At our Ohio branches, our Collections Specialists and Credit and Collections Supervisors play pivotal roles in maintaining the financial health of IES. Our Collections Specialists dedicate themselves to managing outbound collection calls with a focus on preserving positive customer relationships, solving billing issues, and ensuring timely account receivables management. Meanwhile, our Credit and Collections Supervisors oversee new customer setups, support daily cash postings, and lead AR collection efforts, all while providing crucial analytical insights into our financial operations and fostering communication between finance and business units. Together, these positions embody our commitment to excellence in financial stewardship and customer service.


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What is the average salary of a Collections in Ohio?

The average salary for a Collections Specialist in Ohio is approximately $36,000 per year. This figure can vary based on experience, education, and specific employer details.

How do I become a Collections in Ohio?

To become a collections agent in Ohio, you'll need to start by understanding the state's specific regulations and requirements for collections practices. This involves familiarizing yourself with the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) as it is applied within Ohio, ensuring compliance with both federal and state laws. Gaining experience or training in debt collection, customer service, or a related field can significantly enhance your qualifications. Finally, securing a position with a reputable collections agency that operates in Ohio will solidify your path into this career, allowing you to apply your knowledge and skills effectively.

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

To become a Collections Specialist in Ohio, it typically takes about 2-4 years. This includes obtaining an associate's degree or relevant certification and gaining hands-on experience through entry-level positions or internships in the field.

Is being a Collections in Ohio a good job?

Being a collections agent in Ohio can be a good job for those with strong communication skills and resilience. The role often offers opportunities for bonuses based on performance, providing potential for higher earnings. However, it's important to consider that the job can also come with challenges, such as dealing with difficult conversations and maintaining patience. Success in this position depends largely on one's ability to navigate these aspects effectively.

How much does a Collections in OH make?

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

Is there a demand for Collectionss in Ohio?

Yes, there's a significant demand for collections services in Ohio. Many businesses and individuals seek efficient ways to manage debts and recover outstanding funds, making these services highly sought after in the state.

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