Recovery Company based in Cocoa, FL is hiring for Multiple Positions
Our Family Owned and Operated Repossession Company is getting bigger, and we need to add staff. We have multiple positions available. For each position below, you must meet the following criteria in addition to any criteria listed in the job description:
– Must be at least 25 years old (for insurance reasons)
– Must have a clean MVR record with no more than 2 points in 3 years
– Must have a clean background (No felony convictions, EVER)
– Must have good communication skills and be able to talk professionally to people in heated situations
– Must have basic vehicle knowledge and know what different types of vehicles look like.
– Must have basic computer skills
– Must have a smart phone with a good camera
To be considered for one of our open positions, please email a copy of your resume and personal references to genesisrecoverycorporation@yahoo.com. In the subject line, please write the job title that you are applying for. All applicants must submit a resume to be considered for employment. Your resume must include a minimum of at least 5 years of work history, and at least 3 references. Once your resume is reviewed, you will be contacted by a member of our office staff with further instructions on the next step for the interview process.

Repossession Agent:
A repossession agent is the front of our company. These agents are out in the field each day securing the collateral from debtors. You will be responsible for the safe operation of a tow truck (wrecker or flatbed), and the upkeep of the truck. You will be required to conduct a daily condition report at the start and finish of each shift, and notify management if the truck is in need of any type of repair. You will be responsible for your daily run sheet which will include your accounts. Each account on your daily run sheet will need to have an update provided. Once vehicle is recovered, the agent is responsible to safely transport the unit back to the companies secure facility. Upon arrival to the secure facility, the agent is responsible for checking the unit into the facility, notifying the police department of the repossession, completing a full and accurate condition report, photographing the vehicle, and completing a personal property inventory of the unit.

REQUIRMENTS:
To be considered for this position, applicant must currently possess a Class E Recovery License from the State of Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services. You must have at least 2 years of verifiable experience as a licensed recovery agent in the State of Florida. Agent must also possess a valid C.A.R.S. Certification, or be able to obtain one before employment can start.

COMPENSATION:
Compensation will be discussed at time of interview. Payment is made on a flat rate per vehicle recovered. Full and Part Time positions available.

Repossession Agent Intern:
A repossession agent intern is where the repossession agent gets his or her start. The State of Florida requires that all repossession agents spend at least 1 year working 40 hours per week shadowing a repossession agent to “learn the ropes”. An Intern will have all the same responsibilities and duties as a repossession agent will, while being shadowed by a licensed Repossession Agent. Consider this the “getting your wings” phase of the industry.
REQUIREMENTS:
To be considered for this position, applicant must go through the interview and hiring process. Once employment is offered, applicant will be given the paperwork to start the process to obtain a Class EE Recovery Agent Intern License through the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services. All paperwork will need to be filled out by applicant and brought back to our office where you will be assigned a sponsor. This is your sponsor for your entire Internship. You will be required to take an online course through R.I.S.C. to become C.A.R.S. Certified. Once this is complete, your sponsor will accompany you to the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services Office in Orlando where your paperwork will be turned in to the State to be processed. You can now legally start working as an intern. Your paperwork can take up to 90 to process. During this period, if for any reason the state denies your application, you will be required to stop all work as an intern until such time as you can resolve any issues with the state.

COMPENSATION:
All interns are responsible for paying their own fees for licenses as well as certifications. Actual pay rate will be discussed at time of interview.

Camera Car Operator / Vehicle Spotter:
A camera car operator drives a company provided vehicle around town equipped with LPR cameras and scans parking lot of businesses, malls, shopping centers, and apartment complexes looking for vehicles up for repossession. They may also be provided a list of addresses to check looking for certain select vehicles that are up for repossession. Once a vehicle on a hot list or run sheet is located, they will report back to the main dispatch office of what they found, and provide the office with the information needed to get the vehicle secure. The operator will be responsible to sit out of sight and keep an eye on the vehicle until the office is able to get a truck there to secure the unit. If anything changes or the vehicle leaves, the operator would report these changes back to the office.

REQUIREMENTS:
To be considered for this position, applicant must go through the interview and hiring process. Once employment is offered, applicant will be given the paperwork to start the process to obtain a Class EE Recovery Agent Intern License through the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services. All paperwork will need to be filled out by applicant and brought back to our office where you will be assigned a sponsor. This is your sponsor for your entire Internship. You will be required to take an online course through R.I.S.C. to become C.A.R.S. Certified. Once this is complete, your sponsor will accompany you to the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services Office in Orlando where your paperwork will be turned in to the State to be processed. You can now legally start working as an intern. Your paperwork can take up to 90 to process. During this period, if for any reason the state denies your application, you will be required to stop all work as an intern until such time as you can resolve any issues with the state.

COMPENSATION
Camera Car operators are paid per plate scanned plus bonuses. Actual compensation will be discussed at interview. Full and Part Time positions available

We are a DRUG FREE work place. We conduct Pre-Employment Drug tests, as well as random drug tests during employment. Our company has adopted a ZERO TOLERANCE policy for any drugs. If you are unable to pass a drug test, please do not apply.

We strive to be the best in the industry, as such; we want to hire the best. We are not looking for people who cannot conduct themselves in a professional manner. This is not a TV show, and we are not looking to become famous. Most of the professional repossession agents go completely unnoticed. If you are looking to get your 15 minutes of fame, please do not apply.

We work with some of the most intense, and heart wrenching situations. We see people at their worst, and in their most venerable positions. We need people who are willing to show compassion, but also be able to get the job done. If you feel that you would be a good fit to our company and ready to start your rewarding career in the repossession industry, send us a copy of your resume today!

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