Descripción del Puesto
The Call Center Supervisor is responsible for coordinating daily collection floor activities which includes; supporting Customer Service Agents (CSA) in their collection efforts, maintaining performance and attendance records, scheduling of staff, training and projects, determining and monitoring collection priorities, producing collection reports and assigning special projects as needed in a fast-paced call center environment.
- Coaches CSAs to develop and improve their collection skills and performance.
- Completes performance evaluations and/or employee performance reports along with any corrective action forms in an accurate and timely manner.
- Participate in any mandatory leadership training programs.
- Provides support and assistance to department staff by answering questions, evaluating phone calls and providing feedback and suggestions for improvements for the entire collection floor.
- Coordinates the training of new and existing CSAs as needed.
- Works with department management to enhance productivity and communication.
- Compiles and evaluates production numbers for department employees.
- Works closely with department management on conflict resolution and communication of day-to-day events in the department.
- Works with the Human Resources Department on performance improvement, corrective actions or attendance issues for CSAs with negative performance results, that may require coaching, performance warnings and/or termination.
- Manages the team’s schedule assuring appropriate daily telephone coverage throughout the shift.
- Monitors the attendance of CSAs and react to developing negative attendance trends with coaching.
- Routinely recognizes exemplary performance and provide motivation for others to excel.
- Schedules and facilitates regularly scheduled team meetings to communicate priorities, collection goals and procedural changes.
- Understands current CSA incentives and helps to encourage participation.
- Monitors inbound hold time and helps by adjusting CSA schedules when possible.
- Additional responsibilities as assigned by Collections Manager.
QUALIFICATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS:
- Minimum 1+ years of collections experience or prior supervisory experience preferred.
- Must have business proficiency (written and verbal) in English.
- Knowledge and complete understanding of all applicable collection laws including the FDCPA.
- Strong interpersonal, verbal, written and negotiating communication skills.
- Proficiency with Microsoft Office programs such as MSWord, Excel, Access, etc.
- Ability to learn specific software used in the collection process including FACS and Call Miner
- Ability to demonstrate consistency, accuracy, good judgment, follow through and attention to detail.
- Promotes a professional and positive attitude at all times.
- Ability to be receptive to feedback, willing to learn.
- Ability to be receptive and responsive to change and to embrace continuous improvement.
- Must successfully pass background check required to obtain MN Debt Collector license.
- Ability to maintain a predictable and consistent fulltime work schedule.
- Travel may be required to onshore locations.
- High school diploma or GED equivalent required.
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