Principal Enforcement Collection Officer
£40,614 -£43,815 per annum
OneSource Debt Resolution Services, provide a holistic Public Sector solution for the ethical and professional collection of all local authority debt. Our services are provided by a team of experienced council managers and officers. This means that we understand the need to maximise income and reduce expenditure, and the pressures of working in a local authority environment. We are part of oneSource, a Public Sector shared support service, which delivers increased collections, in a ethically different way.
Our teams, provide telephone collections, enforcement, tracing, data analytics, data segmentation, door step collections
OneSource Debt Resolution Services are looking
To recruit a Principal Enforcement Collection Officer to join our team and oversee our Contact Centre teams. The role will oversee responsibility for the day-to-day management in the enforcement department where you will establish and monitor departmental performance KPI’s and plan and monitor the daily schedule of work, allocated to the office based recovery team.
Please view Principal Enforcement Collection Officer Job Description
Closing date: 26.09.23
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