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Collections Specialist III
Ref No.: 18-07287
Location: Orlando, Florida
Role: Collections Specialist III
(Portuguese as a second language is a plus)
Location: Orlando, FL
Duration: 4+ Months 
Pay Rate: $20/hr on W2


Monday-Friday, 9-6
Rolling contract- performance will be evaluated on a weekly basis to manage performance and determine if candidate is good fit

Must be able to follow instructions and guidance

Preferred- more high level education- analysis, portfolio, business perspective, great programs or finance, framing on how to look at numbers from a business perspective, 4+ right fit
Degree- business, accounting, finance, economics, maybe IT
Want someone who can do process improvement- see the forest through the trees-
Posted for direct hire as well, but want to bring in a temp role ASAP for coverage. If someone comes in as temp and does a great job, there is an opportunity for conversion.

7 people on team
Interact with sales team, finance team, customer service team (several) warehouse, and actual customer.
Customer- hospitals, clinics, distributor work, government agencies, North East/South East regions
Combination of 80% at desk on phone, looking at info, SAP, emails, corresponding with customers, 20-15%, walking on floor, working on something in process or manufacturing, other teams coming over and talking to them.

1) spent time in management roles, need someone who actually working an account
2) Don't see evidence of collaboration with others to change
3) Don't see evidence of someone's work on improving a result, would cause to lose interest

Individual who works on team, work in context of impact. X number of accounts, had these successes, and drove these results, here are the ways I can speak to how I affect change- would want to talk to: years of experience, natural curiosity,
Writes a resume with style that speaks to things they were responsible vs. accomplishments, what is most important about individual

Candidate will be sized up right away- need someone who would be motivated by that vs. intimidated