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Collections Jobs in Virginia

Collections Jobs in Virginia are more than just roles; they're opportunities to grow and make a significant impact in both the telecommunications industry and your community. By joining our dedicated team, you'll embark on a career that values innovation, learning, and collaboration, ensuring you not only excel in collections but also contribute meaningfully to a culture that treats everyone like family.

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

Working in collections in Virginia offers the chance to thrive professionally within communities rich in cultural heritage and natural beauty, ensuring a fulfilling work-life balance that's hard to find elsewhere.

Why Work for IES communications in Virginia?

Working for IES Communications in Virginia offers a unique blend of professional growth and personal fulfillment, where your efforts directly contribute to shaping the future of telecommunications. Here at IES, we're not just about performing tasks; we're about building careers that thrive on innovation, learning, and collaboration, supported by a culture that values each individual's story and dedication. As part of our team, you'll have access to industry-leading training and technology, ensuring you're always ahead in delivering top-notch collection solutions while growing with us. Moreover, our commitment to diversity, equality, and creating opportunities reflects in how we treat our team—like family, making IES Communications the perfect place for those looking to make a real impact within their community and beyond.

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' Virginia Branches?

At IES in Virginia, our Collections Specialists and Credit and Collections Supervisors embody the dedication and professionalism essential to managing financial relationships and ensuring the health of our accounts receivable. Our Collections Specialists thrive on maintaining positive customer relations while effectively handling outbound collection calls, resolving billing issues promptly, and collaborating closely with operations to streamline collections. Meanwhile, our Credit and Collections Supervisors oversee the meticulous management of new customer setups, support daily cash postings, and conduct regular reviews of AR metrics, playing a crucial role in liaising between finance and business units to uphold our financial integrity. Together, these teams work seamlessly to safeguard our financial processes, demonstrating our commitment to excellence and teamwork across our Virginia branches.

Experience

40 Years

Employees

9000+

Revenue

$2B+

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Charlottesville

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McLean

Springfield

Chase City

Fairfax

Roanoke

sterling

Clarksville

Manassas

South Hill

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FAQs

What is the average salary of a Collections in Virginia?

The average salary for a Collections Specialist in Virginia is approximately $37,000 per year. This figure can vary based on factors such as experience, education, and specific employer details.

How do I become a Collections in Virginia?

To become a collector in Virginia, you must first familiarize yourself with the state's specific regulations and obtain any required licenses or certifications. Additionally, gaining experience through work in collections agencies or related financial services can significantly enhance your qualifications for this role.

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

To become a Collections professional in Virginia, the timeline varies based on your educational path and experience. Typically, earning an associate degree takes about two years, while obtaining relevant certifications could shorten or extend this period. Gaining practical experience through internships or entry-level positions is crucial for proficiency and can influence the overall timeframe.

Is being a Collections in Virginia a good job?

Being a collections agent in Virginia can be a rewarding career for those with strong communication skills and resilience. The job offers competitive salaries, opportunities for advancement, and the potential to help both businesses and individuals find solutions to financial challenges. However, success in this role requires patience, empathy, and a thick skin due to the nature of dealing with overdue accounts. It's important to weigh these factors carefully when considering if it’s the right path for you.

How much does a Collections in VA make?

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

Is there a demand for Collectionss in Virginia?

Yes, there is a demand for collections in Virginia, reflecting the state's diverse interests in historical artifacts, cultural items, and unique memorabilia. This interest spans from individual collectors to museums and institutions aiming to preserve and share Virginia's rich heritage.

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