Credit Analyst Job Description Sample
The Credit Analyst is responsible for assisting Commercial Bankers in underwriting credits, portfolio management, maintenance, and customer service for an assigned portfolio of commercial accounts. Additionally, this position will assist to ensure compliance with all policies, procedures and regulations, and the accurate and timely delivery of documents for closing the loan. This position is relied upon to independently manage a small portfolio and prepare a thorough analysis of all aspects of a credit, including the preparation of financial spreads and projections in conformance with established Bank policies and procedures, for new loan requests, renewals and annual reviews, and responds to customer inquiries related to the lending process in a timely and accurate manner.
The successful candidate will be able to:
Provide an exceptional level of customer service around all aspects of the banking relationship with a focus on the credit aspects in conjunction with the Commercial Banker assigned to the relationship.
Independently interacts with prospective and existing clients to collect financial statements, tax returns, and other applicable information, to include, but is not limited to account receivables aging's, account payable aging's, rent rolls, operating statements, leases, corporate documents, and environmental reports.
Independently complete and/or coordinate with Credit Administration, financial statement spreading and cash flow/global cash flow analysis, as requested and needed.
Identify loan purpose, source of repayment, collateral value/priority, and full written analysis of all credit elements within the credit memorandum (SCM).
Participate in presentations/meetings with credit administration to negotiate structuring, pricing and edits needed to highlight and or partially mitigate credit risks.
Track loan agreement compliance, covenant monitoring, borrowing base certificates and financial reporting, via use of the lending tickler system. Ensure timely and accurate follow up.
Analyze financial and other information and complete file memos or written analysis to document trends and, where necessary, report and/or gain credit approval for action taken on Loan Agreement violations.
Independently interacts with customers to collect information needed to complete loan renewals ahead of loan maturity dates, to include information needed to order new property appraisals, as applicable.
Participate in the construction administration process by collecting and reviewing required information for monthly draws in conjunction with the RECAD team.
Comply with governing regulations by maintaining current knowledge of commercial law, UCC and Banking regulations and policies to ensure conformity with required laws and terms.
Accompany Commercial Banking Officer on business calls and/or site visits, as requested.
High School Diploma or equivalent – required. Bachelor's degree in Business Administration, Finance, Economics, Marketing or relevant discipline – required. MBA preferred.
3 – 5 years of recent commercial credit underwriting experience, which includes financial statement analysis, cash flow analysis, collateral evaluation and loan structuring in a commercial banking environment – required. C & I experience – desired.
Completion of a formal credit training program – highly desired.
Equivalent combination of education, formal credit training and relevant experience may be considered.
Provides an exceptional level of quality service for internal/external customers; responds to customers' needs, questions and concerns in an accurate, effective, and timely manner.
Excellent listening, verbal, written and telephone etiquette business communication skills, with the ability to communicate outstanding/follow up issues over the phone, in person and via email; effective presentation skills, with the ability to read, write, speak and understand English well.
Working knowledge of accounting and finance theory and practices, including Generally Accepted Accounting Principles, taxation, legal forms of organizations, and business law.
Ability to interpret financial statements/spreads (including cash flow, balance sheet, and profitability), and present facts and offer opinions concerning credit worthiness.
Knowledge of financial modeling techniques, and ability to identify recurring and non-recurring sources of cash flow and guarantors' ability to service debt.
Knowledge and experience interpreting credit reports and industry financial information averages.
Working knowledge and experience of lending practices, collateral perfection, loan documentation, disclosures, terminology, and legal documents.
Ability to understand and apply principles, procedures, compliance requirements, federal/state regulations, and policies related to assigned area, as well as the Bank's policies, procedures, products, and services.
Strong organizational, time management, data review and processing skills; with the ability to identify and resolve exceptions and interpret data in a timely manner.
Demonstrated analytical and problem-solving skills with excellent attention to detail and a strong focus on accuracy.
Demonstrated ability to quickly focus on key issues and make decisions under pressure of time constraints and/or competing deadlines with minimal direction and oversight.
Unquestionable integrity in handling sensitive and confidential information required.
Proficient use and understanding of MS Office products (Word, Excel, Outlook), with the ability to learn and adapt to new technologies quickly and gain working knowledge of financial services loan systems and credit software applications – required.
Travel may be required for customer meetings and/or participation in site visits; valid driver's license and proof of insurance.
Climate controlled office environment.
Occasionally exposed to outdoor weather conditions.
Work involves being able to concentrate on the matter at hand, under sometimes distracting work conditions, and frequent employee and customer contacts and interruptions during the day.
Work requires regular attendance, punctuality and adherence to agreed-upon schedule with willingness to work a flexible and/or rotating schedule and or extended hours, as needed.
Ability to operate a computer keyboard, multi-line telephone, photocopier, scanner and facsimile which often requires dexterity of hands and fingers with repetitive wrist and hand motion.
Work may involve the constant use of computer screens, reading of reports; typically sitting at a desk or table; intermittently standing, stooping, bending at the waist, climbing, kneeling or crouching to file materials and/or conduct site/property inspections.
Occasional lifting 10 – 15 lbs., files, boxes, etc.
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed and are not an exclusive list of all qualifications for this position.
Heritage Bank is an Equal Opportunity Employer
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, protected veteran status, disability, or any other basis protected by applicable law.
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Purpose:The Credit Correspondent is responsible for up to $5 million of Builder A/R and interaction with one or more Builder Centers. The primary responsibility of this position is the billing, collection, reconciliation, analysis and maintenance of AR accounts in assigned areas. The Credit Correspondent functions as Team Leader during transactions with AR Analysts at the BuilderCenters and Billing Clerks-Builder Direct Markets regarding AR functions.
Review, analyze, and collect the AR in assigned area reviewing with Credit Manager-Builder Direct Market on a bi-weekly basis.
Perform account reconciliations as needed
Daily analyze AR balances and open orders to ensure compliance with SOX requirements
Daily update excel file on collection of AR for assigned area.
Collections calls and discussions with customers regarding their account
Monitor problem accounts, reviewing open orders to determine shipment.
Weekly advisement to Credit Manager-Builder Direct of any issues regarding customer exceeding established Credit Limits.
Maintain accurate "Contract Log" of all calls made or received pertaining to the status of an account.
Responsibility of billing invoices for assigned area.
Daily review AR to insure billing has been processed.
Follow up with Builder Center to ensure invoice sign offs are obtained in a timely manner
Review weekly the outstanding PO list and make inquiries into why PO has not been received.
Prepare lien waivers and/or payment requisitions as required by customer for payment of an account.
Monitor and review credit applications, analyze credit information and approve accounts up to $25,000, make recommendations on credit lines in excess of $25,000 to the Credit Manager-Builder Direct.
Process check deductions, by utilizing Maestro and reviewing Builder's pricing to verify if a QMS should be processed.
Maintains customer's files, updating files annually.
Monthly - prepare report on DSO/Collections for assigned area
Monthly - prepare report for sales personnel in regards to DSO/Collections for assigned area.
Monthly - attend Conference Call with Builder Centers in assigned area
Visit Builder Centers as representative of AWC/Credit
Train/assist AR Analyst at Builder Centers working as a team
Answer inquiries from customers/Sales/internal AWC customers
Serve as back-up in collection of trade information.
Follow CITE and User's Guide principles to improve performance, and be an active and supportive team member.
High School diploma with classes including accounting, business, and/or finance.
Minimum of 2 years of credit experience
Strong analytical skills.
Computer skills including Microsoft products, specifically Access, Excel and Word
Track record of successful credit experience (extending and monitoring credit lines), communicating credit decisions to all affected parties, and resolving customer disputes.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Personal characteristics necessary to work successfully with customers and professional sales staff.
Strong ability to communicate clearly; communicates in both written and verbal applications. Good listening skills required.
Ability to apply basic mathematical concepts as related to normal office applications is required.
Must be able to prioritize multiple tasks and manage time effectively. Basic problem solving and reasoning ability required
Effective and active participation as a team member on a variety of cross functional teams is required.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to walk, sit and talk or hear. The employee frequently is required to use hands to finger, handle, or feel and reach with hands and arms. The employee may be required to lift 50 lbs on an occasional basis.
Typical office environment. The noise level is usually low to moderate. Out-of-town travel with overnight stays are occasionally required. Some weekend and off shift work may occasionally be required.
Berry Global: (NYSE: BERY) is a $7.9B global manufacturer and marketer of plastic packaging products. Headquartered in Evansville Indiana, Berry operates over 125 global manufacturing facilities and employs over 23,000 individuals. At Berry Global, we pursue excellence in all that we do and are always advancing to improve the way we work along with the products and services we provide. With our proven expertise in packaging and protection solutions, and our dedicated insights team that follows trends across a wide range of industries, we are uniquely positioned to serve a broad range of markets and customer needs. Our culture fosters trust and partnerships through appreciation, acknowledgement, and inclusion. Here at Berry we are continuously improving to support our mission and exemplify our values of partnerships, excellence, growth and safety. We encourage you to be a part of Berry Global, the company that is always advancing to protect what's important!
The purpose of the Credit Analyst evaluating delinquent accounts and contacting the appropriate customers to bring to resolution. This role will demonstrate excellent customer service, negotiation, communication and analytical skills.
Monitor assigned customer accounts for delinquency according to Berry Global Standard Terms and Conditions for Customers' Purchase of Goods.
Conform to collection strategies and initiatives to achieve prompt payment and reduce outstanding balances measurable by AR turns and DSO, and minimize bad debt.
Contact delinquent customer accounts via telephone or e-mail to determine reason for overdue payment, reviewing terms of sales, service, or credit contract with customer
Send correspondence to customers to encourage payment of delinquent accounts
Notify credit department if customers fail to respond
Record and analyze information about financial status of customer and status of collections efforts
Research and establish appropriate credit terms for prospective customers.
Comply with all company safety, environmental and department of health requirements.
Perform other tasks as required
Bachelor's degree or equivalent experience in Accounting preferred.
3+ Years commercial collection and credit experience.
Excellent written, verbal, and organizational skills.
Strong attention to detail and ability to notice discrepancies in data
The Credit Analyst – Business Banking will review and analyze current credit data and financial statements to identify and assess credit risk. This position will assist in spreading financial statements, developing global cash flows, reviewing credit reports, historical payment performance and preparing credit recommendations. The Credit Analyst will provide quality service to all customers.
Analyze financial statements as required and to identify, interpret, and explain root cause of trends in operating performance, financial condition and cash flow as these relate to credit risk.
Performs cash flow analyses and other such tasks and comparisons as necessary.
Proficient spreading of all types of business and personal financial statements.
Develop Global Cash Flow analysis for complex business credits of all types.
Use working knowledge of loan policy to identify loan policy exceptions and present in credit analysis.
Review accounts receivable and payable agings for credit concentrations and quality of customers.
Utilize Cash Suites for spreading financial statements.
Utilize chatter component of Salesforce to regularly communicate with Relationship Manager, Market Presidents and other employees regarding loan submission.
1-2 years of experience as a credit analyst at a similar financial institution.
Headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, BlueLinx, is a leading distributor of building products in North America. Employing over 1,500 people, BlueLinx offers thousands of products from suppliers all over the world to service over 10,000 customers nationwide, including dealers, industrial manufacturers, manufactured housing producers and home improvement retailers. The Company operates its distribution business through a vast network of distribution centers located throughout the U.S. BlueLinx is traded on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol BXC.
Understands the company's vision, mission, and strategy; understands business unit objectives and sets/accomplishes individual performance goals accordingly.
Creates and maintain credit history files. Sets and adjust credit limits based on customer requests / past payment experiences and credit history.
Responds to credit inquiries form external and internal clients.
Ensures reviews comply with established BlueLinx processes/guidelines.
Identifies delinquent accounts requiring external collection efforts. Identifies bad debt or financial exposure.
BS / BA in accounting or related field a plus. MS /MA / MBA a plus.
2 - 5+ years of experience in credit and collections and or accounts receivable preferred.
Working knowledge of cash flow analysis, financial ratios, and credit worthiness.
Bankruptcy: filing of proof of claim, preference, placement experience a plus.
Strong mathematical and analytical skills.
Ability to query, analyze and report out on data.
Sense of discretion and willingness to maintain pertinent and sensitive information as confidential.
Strong interpersonal, customer service and negotiating skills. Experience in a sales-driven organization a plus.
Proficiency using Microsoft Office Suite Software and relevant systems technology. Appropriate understanding of internal controls.
Financial information analysis, including the ability to read and interpret financial statements, information from financial reporting agencies, information provided by bank and trade credit references, and information provided by internal sources.
East West Bank is one of the largest independent banks headquartered in California serving consumers and businesses throughout the U.S. and Greater China. With over 130 locations worldwide including California, Texas, New York, Georgia, Massachusetts, Nevada, Washington, and Greater China – East West Bank is committed to helping their customers' enterprises succeed. At East West Bank, we build bridges that provide an important financial link, turning opportunities into growth and prosperity.
East West Bank is currently seeking a Credit Analyst.
As an East West Bank employee, you will be part of a growing and stable organization that provides career path development opportunities while serving a growing and profitable market.
As a valuable East West Bank team member, your duties (not limited to) will include:
Perform financial analysis including customer due diligence, quantitative analysis of clients' financial information as of sales and profit, assets, cash flow, leverage, revenue, credit history, liquidity, profitability, market share, potential risks of industry
Conduct underwriting for credit facilities including capital call line, leverage lines, management company lines to private equity, venture capital, mezzanine debt funds, etc.
Build and upgrade projection models to manage and grow a portfolio of cross border accounts through business development and collaboration with branch offices in cross border area
Work closely with venture capital funds, private equity with solid track record to identify business opportunities
Collaborate with international team in cross border transactions and take initiatives in business development efforts via PE/VC network and follows - up on leads, as well as partnership with department head to manage East West Bank's cross-border technology banking clients and venture relationships
Support senior bankers in all aspects of underwriting and booking deals and portfolio management and maintenance
Performs other duties as assigned
- Bachelor's Degree in Accounting, Business or Finance
- 1-3 years of professional experience
East West Bank is an Equal Opportunity Employer. #CB
Seasoned credit analyst, provides analysis and interpretation on the most complex investigation. Evaluates the risk levels and establishes proper credit limits.
Interacts with sales, customer service, and accounts receivable in reconciling accounts. Prepares recommendations and makes credit approval decisions on new accounts. Analyzes and reports on credit memo and write-off activities.
Monitors and communicates credit concerns to management. Performs research/analysis related to projects in the industry. May lead the preparation of credit reports.
May perform some duties of a credit specialist but at a higher, more broad scale. Position generally reports into a Credit Manager.
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DJO Global is a leading global developer, manufacturer and distributor of high-quality medical devices that provide solutions for musculoskeletal health, vascular health and pain management. Our products address the continuum of patient care from injury prevention to rehabilitation after surgery, injury or from degenerative disease, enabling people to regain or maintain their natural motion.
Our products are used by orthopedic specialists, spine surgeons, primary care physicians, pain management specialists, physical therapists, podiatrists, chiropractors, athletic trainers and other healthcare professionals. In addition, many of our medical devices and related accessories are used by athletes and patients for injury prevention and at-home physical therapy treatment. Product lines include rigid and soft orthopedic bracing, hot and cold therapy, bone growth stimulators, vascular therapy systems and compression garments, therapeutic shoes and inserts, electrical stimulators used for pain management and physical therapy products.
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For additional information on the Company, please visit www.DJOglobal.com.
DJO is a portfolio company of the Blackstone Group
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All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, sex, protected veteran status, disability, or any other basis protected by federal, state or local laws.
Summary of Responsibilities:
The Credit Analyst is responsible for assessing consumer credit applications to determine the credit worthiness of applicants.
He or she will determine the risk level based on an evaluation and assessment of the applicant's Credit Bureau and other sources (including the use of internal proprietary tools). Negotiates applicant credit decisions tiers and terms, approvals and declines. Maintains positive relationship with dealers, support staff and Sales Representatives while working collaboratively with all stakeholders to resolve credit and finance issues.
Make decisions on credit applications quickly and accurately based on internal lending guidelines
Responsible for ensuring queue management and decision time expectations are achieved
Develop and maintain effective dealer relationships
Adheres to established quality objectives including contract management, funding parameters, etc.
Ensures credit decisions conform to credit guidelines regulatory expectations
Educate dealers on programs and funding requirements
Follow up with dealers on applications, approvals and pending contracts
Monitor deals in funding and identify trends/opportunities in assigned regions
Maximize capture rates to meet or exceed company expectations
Partner with other departments as needed to expedite resolutions to customer requests.
Able to render competent credit based decisions that mitigate risk and maximize profitability while conforming to overall portfolio performance review standards
Bachelor's degree in business related discipline preferred;
Equivalent combination of education and experience may be substituted in lieu of degree
Two (2) years Analyst experience (automotive experience highly preferred)
Ability to effectively restructure contract terms that meet company objectives
Ability to independently evaluate and make consistent, quality credit decisions
Superior communication and customer service skills
Ability to work in a fast-paced environment, multi task and priority set
Ability to work evenings and weekends
This job description does not list all the duties of the job. You may be asked by your supervisors or managers to perform other duties. You will be evaluated in part based upon your performance of the tasks listed in this job description. The employer has the right to revise this job description at any time. This job description is not a contract for employment, and either you or the employer may terminate employment at any time, for any reason.
U.S. Silica Holdings, Inc., a member of the Russell 2000, is a leading producer of commercial silica used in the oil and gas industry, and in a wide range of industrial applications. Over its 117-year history, U.S. Silica has developed core competencies in mining, processing, logistics and materials science that enable it to produce and cost-effectively deliver over 260 products to customers across our end markets. The Company currently operates nine industrial sand production plants and eleven oil and gas sand production plants. The Company is headquartered in Frederick, Maryland and also has offices located in Chicago, Illinois and Houston, Texas. We are seeking a dynamic Credit Analyst to join our growing team!
The Oil and Gas Credit Analyst is responsible for the accurate posting of customer payments and evaluation of outstanding invoice status for accounts assigned. The position will also help in the company's annual audits. Moreover, the Credit Analyst will communicate on a regular basis with customer representatives as well as internal communication with the Customer Service Department, Sales Department and Business. This position will report to the Oil and Gas Credit Manager.
- This position will be responsible for providing financial, and other documentary support, for review of new customer credit applications, secure necessary data and information required to determine credit worthiness for current customer credit files, and provide recommendations tied to credit analysis and assessment of credit risk.
- Minimizes the investment in receivables by ensuring that accounts are collected close to term and employs collection strategies based upon risk segmentation, while protecting the company against unwarranted bad debt losses. Conducts collection calls, collects on an assigned portfolio of accounts to minimize DSO, confers with customer by telephone in attempt to determine reason for overdue payment, reviewing terms of sales, service, or credit contract with customer. Records information and status of collection efforts.
Provide reports utilized to keep credit limits current, assist in credit limit changes
Assist with order management
Reconcile customer statements/billings
Compile reports regarding finance and credit data.
Assist in Gathering and assessing relevant information about the customer's business, business relationships, credit history and financial condition.
Communicate decisions and/or information to internal and external customers in a timely and professional manner.
Responsible for account reconciliation, dispute resolution, deduction management and sales tax issues.
Weekly credit meetings with Credit Manager for Oil and Gas to review assigned portfolio.
Develops electronic credit files for each client and keep them updated with current financial statements, financial spreadsheets, credit agency reports, and ongoing monitoring of credit developments through file memorandum.
Organize and maintain on-site credit files (such as credit applications, bankruptcies, accounts sent to collections).
Supports credit quality and compliance control objectives and procedures.
Send out new customer welcome letters.
Monitor payment history and aging reports to ensure invoices are paid within terms.
Contact customers to investigate reasons for late payments, reviewing terms of sales, service, or credit contract with customer and to encourage future payment within terms.
Review of aging reports to obtain status of aged receivables issues, review pending orders and report expected timing of resolution to Credit Manager for Oil and Gas.
Proactively research any billing discrepancies causing collection issues and follow up on customer claims to a conclusion working with sales, customer service and necessary personnel to eliminate customer dissatisfaction and reduce past due dollars attributable to customer
Requests write-offs of unpaid balances within specific dollar limits and time limits
Perform analysis on assigned accounts and make recommendations for payment schedules, payments plan, or to transfer of outstanding credit accounts to collection agencies.
Manage to makeup to 15 collection contacts per day and maintain notes of collection effort.
Collect on an assigned portfolio of accounts to minimize DSO and bad debt while maintaining customer relationships.
Documents agreements conducts follow up with customers related to payments made pursuant to the agreement.
Works in a team environment to improve cash flow, delinquency, DSO and minimize bad debt
Provides back-up to AR team members
Provide total support to external and internal customers regarding receivable inquiries in order to obtain permanent resolution of problems/issues.
Process receipts and payments for the lockbox, ACH and credit cards
Process adjustments for customer accounts, including offsets, write-offs and refunds
Reconcile adjustments related to payments posted
Audit and correct rejected payments
Assist credit department in reconciling customer accounts
- Bachelors' Degree in Finance, Accounting, or related field.
2-5 years of credit and collections experience
Strong communication skills both verbal and written
Excellent customer service skills, interfacing via phone and in person
High degree of accuracy and follow-up
Self-starter able to work with minimal supervision
Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite, proficiency in Excel, and modern ERP's. JDE preferred.
Ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines
Basic math skills
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Why Work For Credit Acceptance?
Credit Acceptance is a rapidly-expanding company with extensive growth opportunities. We are proud to say, for the 5th year in a row, we have been named one of Fortune Magazine's 100 Best Companies to Work For. Our team members and culture create a positive workplace that drives us to succeed, making Credit Acceptance one of the largest used car finance companies nationally.
We offer a great work environment, awesome team members, competitive benefits, progressive career opportunities, a casual dress code and we work hard to ensure every team member is empowered to work to their fullest potential.
Credit Acceptance offers team members:
Extensive growth opportunities as demonstrated by our track record of promoting internally
An atmosphere that is collaborative, challenging, and filled with forward thinking team members
Strong work-life balance with generous PTO beginning on day 1
Competitive market-based salary with quarterly profit sharing and annual merit bonuses
Excellent benefits package that includes 401(K) match, adoption assistance, tuition reimbursement, comprehensive medical/dental/vision along with additional benefits that make us a great place to work
We are hiring a Credit Analyst within our Dealer Service Center.
Credit Acceptance is hiring a Credit Analyst. We accept assignment of contracts from car dealers. The contracts are sent to our Dealer Service Center (DSC) by auto dealers. The role of an analyst in the DSC is to help our dealers DEVELOP and grow their businesses in a manner that is compliant and efficient while delivering superior customer service.
Responsibilities in your area will include:
You will be measured on your ability to balance both Quality and Quantity as measured by the following Outcomes:
Quantity -- Contracts Funded per Hour
Quality -- Contract Review Error Rate
Quality -- Dealer Phone Call Quality (CLEAR)
Quality -- Verification Phone Call Quality
You will be asked to perform the following:
Review, validate and verify information through document review, internet searches and phone calls
Resolve and document dealer inquiries not related to the funding process
Keep the dealer's pipeline open by managing any license, title, audit and inventory issues
Welcome and onboard new dealers by offering initial funding assistance
All other duties as assigned
Attendance as required by department
Experience using Excel and Word
Customer Service experience in a call center environment
Ability to type at least 35 WPM
Interaction with auto dealers in current or past role
Experience reviewing contracts/legal documents with a strong attention to detail
Experience having to interpret existing rules/guidelines and apply them appropriately to make decisions
Knowledge and Skills:
Speak clearly, professionally and articulately on the telephone
Document records clearly and efficiently
Learn quickly and apply knowledge learned
Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook
Handle difficult conversations professionally
Self-motivated and demonstrate urgency and initiative
Effectively work independently in a fast-paced environment
Able to work Saturday shifts with an offsetting flex day during regular work week (non-peak season) as well as mandatory overtime during peak season (January thru April) and during month end closes (last calendar working day of any month)
Remain compliant with our policies, processes and legal guidelines
Work onsite at the required CA work location
To be successful in this role, Team Members need to demonstrate the characteristics of PRIDE in their work:
Positive: Maintain a positive attitude by focusing on solutions and promoting a collaborative and enjoyable environment.
Respectful: Value teamwork, share successes, appreciates others and communicates in a way that promotes trust.
Insightful: Make timely well-considered decisions, create innovative solutions and continuously learn.
Direct: Communicate clearly and objectively; don't be afraid of difficult conversations. Raise concerns through the proper channels.
Earnest: Be honest, sincere and consistent. Work hard and pursue our goals together relentlessly.
Required degrees must have been earned at institutions of Higher Education which are accredited by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation or equivalent.
Credit Acceptance is an equal opportunity employer.
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