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  • Data Entry / Contract Processor

    SUMMARY:  The Contract Processor (Auto Loan Processor) will analyze contract applications, including credit history and debt to income ratios, to follow up with dealers and/or potential customers until the contracts are funded.

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    Data Entry / Contract Processor
     
    SUMMARY:  The Contract Processor (Auto Loan Processor) will analyze contract applications, including credit history and debt to income ratios, to follow up with dealers and/or potential customers until the contracts are funded.
     
    JOB DUTIES:
    -Processes automotive (loan) contract packages from a nationwide network of dealerships    
    -Develops and maintains effective working relationships
    -Maintains knowledge of civilian and military credit/funding guidelines
    -Evaluates vehicle values using industry recognized guidelines 
    -Uses good prioritization skills to perform daily necessary follow up on contracts
    -Performs necessary outbound telephone calls, faxes and e-mails to the dealership customers and/or potential customers to process contracts timely 
    -Provides outstanding customer service to our dealership customers 
     
    ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
    -Verifies insurance, employment, contact numbers, proof of residency, etc. of potential customers
    -Reviews all documentation received from dealers in funding packages and ensures they meet funding guidelines
    -Contacts dealers and/or potential customers to discuss incomplete/incorrect document(s) and ensures the dealers know how to correct/complete the contract, obtaining an agreement on when the document(s) will be forwarded to SNAAC
    -Follows up with dealers and/or potential customers as needed until contract is funded
    -Develops and maintains effective working relationships with dealers
    -Assists new dealers with completion of funding package(s)
    -Works with managers and sales staff to determine best forms of communication with dealers and potential customers
    -Analyzes documents and verifications to confirm if additional follow-up is warranted outside of standard procedures
    -Utilizes multiple avenues/problem solving techniques to find alternate solutions required for contract purchases
    -Prioritizes and prepares work on a timely basis
    -Participates in company’s process improvement program
    -Commits to enhancement and protection of company’s reputation and goals
    -Knows and follows all SNAAC credit/funding guidelines
    -Other duties as assigned by management
     
    POSITION REQUIREMENTS:
    -Professional phone and customer service skills
    -Strong organizational skills
    -Ability to multitask in a fast-paced environment
    -Strong problem solving, critical thinking, and analytical skills
    -Significant attention to detail
    -Self-motivated
    -Ability to adjust work flow quickly and smoothly
     
    EDUCATION / EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS: 
    One year certificate from college or technical school, 3 to 6 months related experience and/or training, or equivalent combination of education and experience. Computer skills required.
     
    SCHEDULE REQUIRED: 
    -Ability to work: 9AM-6PM, with 2-3 shifts from 1PM-10PM Monday through Friday, and 1-2 Saturdays per month shifts from 10AM-7PM or 12PM-9PM; Off days are Sundays and 1 additional day during the week when working on Saturday.
    -Schedule is completed 1 month in advance.
     
    BENEFITS: Medical, dental, vision, life, short-term disability and long term disability insurance coverage available, paid time off (PTO) + 6 holidays, and 401K Investment Plan (50% company match: first 1%-5% individual contribution and 25% company match: second 6%-10% contribution)
     

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  • SNAAC 2017 Internships

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    SNAAC is now accepting applications for our 2017 Internships!  Are you looking to gain professional experience with a top Cincinnati work place in a network systems, systems integration, accounting, sales, marketing, human resources, or finance role?  Apply through this link with your application, resume and a cover letter describing your interests!
     
    We are seeking enthusiastic junior and senior level candidates who are available for full time (40 hours per week) during 2017. This is a paid opportunity, with compensation dependent on experience and education level. All internships are located in our Mason, Ohio office.
     
    If your application is a match for the skills and experience we are looking for, we will reach out to you. Thank you for your interest in joining a top workplace at SNAAC!

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  • Cincinnati, OH - Dealer Development Representative (B2B Sales, Automotive Finance)

    SUMMARY:  A DDR living in or near Cincinnati, OH will be assigned markets nationwide (i.e., Syracuse & Watertown, NY currently) to prospect, develop and service auto dealership accounts. A DDR must be a high energy, self-driven individual with a desire to earn LUCRATIVE commissions on top of their excellent base salary. Our highest performers achieve total compensation over 100K annually. This DDR will travel overnight approximately 10 business days per month (2 of 4 weeks per month) with all expenses covered.

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    Dealer Development Representative (B2B Sales, Automotive Finance)
     
    SUMMARY:  A DDR living in or near Cincinnati, OH will be assigned markets nationwide (i.e., Syracuse & Watertown, NY currently) to prospect, develop and service auto dealership accounts. A DDR must be a high energy, self-driven individual with a desire to earn LUCRATIVE commissions on top of their excellent base salary. Our highest performers achieve total compensation over 100K annually. This DDR will travel overnight approximately 10 business days per month (2 of 4 weeks per month) with all expenses covered.
     
    When not traveling to dealerships, this position will require inside sales/contract review with our network of automobile dealers across the country. This coverage will require working one Saturday per month. 
     
    This position great for: 
    ·     Living in or near the Cincinnati, OH area
    ·    Someone desiring to manage their own schedule similar to pharmaceutical sales
    ·   Self-motivated with a drive and desire for results 
    ·  Someone with business to business (B2B) sales experience is a plus within the auto finance, insurance, banking and/or lending industry 
    ·   Someone with F&I experience and ancillary product sales is a plus     
    ·   Military experience and/or knowledge is helpful 
    JOB DUTIES:
    ·  Develops and maintains effective working relationships with dealers from an inside and outside sales prospective 
    ·  Uses sales skills over the phone and in person to convert approved auto finance deals into purchased contracts 
    ·  Reviews and investigates credit bureau and application information as it pertains to the customer 
    ·  Evaluates results of investigations, prepares conditional purchase offers, and communicates credit decisions to auto dealerships verbally and in writing 
    ·  Evaluates vehicle values using industry recognized value guides
    POSITION REQUIREMENTS:
    ·   Strong verbal and written communication skills 
    ·   Ability to travel outside the area as needed 
    ·   Ability to produce succinct and informative weekly market reports  
    ·   Ability to effectively use Contact Resource Management (CRM) software 
    ·   Self-motivated with a demonstrated high level of field based activity 
    ·    A demonstrated history of successful sales accomplishments while working independently with minimal supervision 
    EDUCATION / EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:
    ·   Associate or bachelor degree preferred 
    ·   2 + years experience in outside sales/customer development 
    ·     Prior experience in one or more of the following industries is preferred: auto finance, insurance, banking or lending 
    BENEFITS: 
    This position will offer a base salary and monthly commission opportunity compensation package including benefits. The benefit package includes: Medical, Dental, Vision, Paid Time Off, Mileage Reimbursement, 401k Plan (50% match on a 1-5% contribution match & 25% match on 6-10% contribution), etc.

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  • Director of Collections & Customer Service

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    SEEKING -A dynamic outgoing leader with the ability to quickly move through strategic programs and decisions. This highly visible role will not only influence the energy, learning and development of their departments, but also work to ensure all servicing production focus is on meeting aggressive strategic goals. The Director of Collections (DOC) position currently leads the team of collection and customer service professionals and supervisors and is responsible for continued building of the  Auto Servicing department  including but not limited to the following key performance metrics: 

    Staffing for optimum talent and performance;
    Establishing and executing key daily, weekly, monthly and annual performance metrics;
    Supervising, Managing and Leading Collection and Customer Service associates relating to  initiatives/goals for each department
    Providing pro-active accountability to department performance in exceeding performance expectations related to customer service, charge off, delinquency levels and compliance;
    Strategically developing, managing and executing operational processes and procedures to ensure optimum performance and compliance.

    MEASURES OF SUCCESS
    Successfully meeting or exceeding all  of the following:

    Customer Service goals;
    Delinquency and Charge off goals;
    Associate development and retention goals;
    Quality and Compliance goals;
    Department monthly scorecard expectations;

    ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIES include but not limited to the following:

    Manage, Direct, coach, mentor, motivate and inspired team members to meet and exceed performance expectations.
    Ensure Collection/Customer Service associates are provided and complete proper training and development to achieve optimum performance.
    Direct and manage  department supervisors and leads in driving department initiatives.
    Consistently collaborate with support departments to remove obstacles and streamline processes toward collections optimization.
    Actively maintain knowledge of compliance expectations, manage to those expectations and urgently remedy concerns or risks identified in compliance with corporate policy and state and federal regulations. 

    Use metrics and data analysis to assist with forecasting related to staffing, delinquency levels, charge offs and overall portfolio performance.

    Actively perform reviews and audits of procedures to ensure compliance with current industry and company regulations; revise procedures, policies and supporting documents to maintain internal controls. 

    Directly with Supervisors & Leads, monitor team results and functioning; prepare and present weekly/monthly reports and summaries for Vice President and Executives.

    Proactively inform Vice President and other members of management of issues which require immediate attention.  Provide recommendation for strategies to resolve issues and/or improve effectiveness of team.
    Function as point person for all annual department strategic planning.
    Remain flexible to handle administration of escalated calls and associate issues, including internal investigations where necessary.
    Direct and manage execution of proper staffing levels including involvement with recruiting and selection process for new talent, networking within the industry to identify and refer potential candidates for employment, and driving external referrals. 
    Maintain flexibility to assist other collection department management team for schedule changes.
    Demonstrate company values throughout all interactions with internal and external contacts.

     
    JOB REQUIREMENTS:

    Strong history of success in directing, leading and managing a fast-paced, growth-oriented collections team with significant experience in the sub-prime credit sector  
    Demonstrated ability to independently multi-task and manage competing priorities.
    Demonstrated mastery of collection techniques and the ability transfer knowledge and skills to team members.
    Proven knowledge of state and federal collections laws and compliance regulations.
    Proven strategic analytical skills, with an ability to analyze defined productivity and performance data.
    Strong verbal and written business communication skills, including creating effective reports, business correspondence, and procedural manuals. 
    Ability to effectively present information and respond to a variety of audiences including associates, peers, leadership and customers.
    Clear proficiency in Outlook, Excel, and Word
    Evidence of working as a change agent toward constant measureable performance improvement.
    Flexibility with schedules and workload with occasional support on evening and weekend work.

     
    EDUCATION / EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS: 

    Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent in Business, Marketing or related field.
    5+ years of demonstrated success in managing a collection/call center environment.
    7+ years of leadership experience over a program, team or department.

     
    PREFERRED

    History of active and consistent professional development and education.
    Master’s degree or similar a plus.
    Background in Automotive Finance (sub-prime sector experience a must) for major financial institution or a specialty finance company.
    Bi-Lingual (Spanish / English) fluency a plus.

     

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  • Credit Analyst

    SUMMARY: The Credit Analyst, located in Cincinnati, OH, is responsible for gathering, analyzing and interpreting credit information for existing and prospective customers in order to assess credit quality for approval or denial and to minimize risk and potential loss on automobile loan packages in an assigned region. This position has contact with automobile dealers.

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    Credit Analyst (Cincinnati, OH)
    SUMMARY: The Credit Analyst, located in Cincinnati, OH, is responsible for gathering, analyzing and interpreting credit information for existing and prospective customers in order to assess credit quality for approval or denial and to minimize risk and potential loss on automobile loan packages in an assigned region. This position has contact with automobile dealers.
    SUCCESS FACTORS
    Successfully meeting or exceeding the following:

    Accurate and reliable assessment of credit applications and successful negotiation with dealerships and sales team while monitoring loss and delinquency rates.
    Maintaining a service level agreement for responding to applications.
    Continued application of industry and regulation knowledge to the identification and proposal of opportunities in order to improve company procedures and effectiveness.
    Successfully meeting expected override rates in order to reduce risk of portfolio, while maintaining a successfully performing portfolio.

    ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIES include but not limited to:

    Manage a profitable portfolio by taking ownership of an assigned region.
    Assess and negotiate application loans with dealers, maintaining awareness and vigilance of loss and delinquency rates.
    Foster dealer relationships that ensure volume objectives and maintain credit quality through regular communication (via phone and quarterly travel/field contact).
    Work with the sales team to maintain successful purchase to approval ratio.
    Conduct joint dealer calls with Dealer Development Representatives (DDR) and/or Sales Managers on an as needed basis.
    Analyze information to form a judgment of the strengths, weaknesses and risk associated with application. Determine probability of default (PD) ratings as appropriate and make decisions for approval or denial of an application based on guidelines established by senior management and federal laws. This includes evaluating the following:

    Financial stability and repayment ability of customer, including both historical and projected cash flow.
    Adequacy of loan structures between dealers and customers.
    Collateral valuation and coverage in relation to loan conditions and terms.

    Monitor declined applications and assigning appropriate adverse action reasons.
    Help to develop a best in class Credit Department.
    Ensure completion of all required training courses and initiatives.
    Maintain thorough knowledge of industry, competition and position; apply understanding in these areas to process improvements and strategy recommendations.
    Additional responsibilities as assigned by leadership.

    The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
    POSITION REQUIREMENTS

    Willingness and ability to work from 10:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. EST, 1-2 late nights from 1:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m. EST, and 2 Saturdays per month for business coverage responsibilities.
    Ability to travel 10-15% per year, including overnight travel, to an assigned territory.
    Valid Driver’s License for regional travel.
    Clear working knowledge of consumer credit, including knowledge of credit laws and regulations.
    Demonstrated successful ability to read, analyze and interpret credit reports, financial information and legal documents and draw valid conclusions based on facts.
    Evidence of ability to effectively communicate and present information to customers, associates and management in a clear, concise and professional manner both verbally and in writing.
    A strong track record of successful negotiation skills.
    Proven ability to build/foster effective relationships with customers, both internal and external.
    Proven ability to maintain confidentiality and handle sensitive information with appropriate discretion.

    EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS

    At least 1 year of experience as a credit analyst, underwriter, or similar function OR 1 year experience with SNAAC Now in lieu of experience previously mentioned.
    Demonstrated strong skills in Microsoft Office, and ability to learn and master internal programs.

    PREFERRED

    Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in related field preferred.
    Sub-prime lending experience in automobile industry preferred.
    Experience interacting with customers/clients in the automotive dealership industry preferred.

    BENEFITS: Medical, dental, vision, life, short-term disability and long term disability insurance coverage available, paid time off (PTO) + 6 holidays, and 401K Investment Plan (50% company match: first 1%-5% individual contribution and 25% company match: second 6%-10% contribution).

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  • Tacoma, WA - Dealer Development Representative (B2B Sales, Auto Finance)

    SUMMARY: The Dealer Development Representative (DDR) is a market based position supporting the Tacoma and Seattle, WA area. This critical role is set up similar to pharmaceutical or other independent sales positions that office from home and cover regional dealerships. Typical duties include prospecting, developing, and servicing auto dealerships covering both franchise and independent accounts. A successful DDR must be a high energy, self-motivated individual with a desire to earn LUCRATIVE commissions along with a very competitive base salary. Our highest performers achieve total compensation over 100K annually.  Occasional travel to the SNAAC home office located in Cincinnati, OH or other locations for quarterly sales and training meetings (usually held M-F) is required. If you are interested in working at a Top Workplace, driven, have auto finance related experience or similar and strive to break records....this position is for you!

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    Dealer Development Representative - Washington (Tacoma and Seattle)
     
    SUMMARY: The Dealer Development Representative (DDR) is a market based position supporting the Tacoma and Seattle, WA area. This critical role is set up similar to pharmaceutical or other independent sales positions that office from home and cover regional dealerships. Typical duties include prospecting, developing, and servicing auto dealerships covering both franchise and independent accounts. A successful DDR must be a high energy, self-motivated individual with a desire to earn LUCRATIVE commissions along with a very competitive base salary. Our highest performers achieve total compensation over 100K annually.  Occasional travel to the SNAAC home office located in Cincinnati, OH or other locations for quarterly sales and training meetings (usually held M-F) is required. If you are interested in working at a Top Workplace, driven, have auto finance related experience or similar and strive to break records....this position is for you!
     
    This position great for: 

    Living in or near Tacoma, WA or similar to cover market areas.
    Someone with F&I Experience and Ancillary Product Sales. 
    B2B Experience a plus - banking, lending, insurance or other similar preferred.
    Someone desiring to manage their own schedule similar to pharmaceutical sales. 
    Self-Motivated with a drive and desire for results! 
    Military experience and / or knowledge helpful. 
    POSITION REQUIREMENTS:

    Strong interpersonal written and verbal communication skills 
    Ability to travel outside the area as needed 
    Ability to produce succinct and informative weekly market reports  
    Ability to effectively use Contact Resource Management software 
    Self-motivated with a demonstrated high level of field based activity 
    A demonstrated history of successful sales accomplishments while work independently with minimal supervision 

     
    EDUCATION / EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS: 

    Associate or Bachelor Degree preferred 
    2 + years experience in outside sales / customer development 
    Prior experience in one or more of the following industries is a plus: Auto Finance, Bank Branch Management, Business to Business Sales, Payroll Industry or Vehicle Service Contract Sales 
    BENEFITS: This position will offer an outstanding base salary and monthly bonus opportunity compensation package including benefits. The benefit package includes: Medical, Dental, Life Insurance, Paid Time Off, 401k Plan (50% match on a 1-5% contribution match & 25% match on 6-10% contribution), and mileage reimbursement.

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  • Recovery Collections Representative

    SUMMARY: A Recovery Representative role is great for someone who possesses a willing determination to succeed, strong research skills, and the ability to communicate with our customers with dignity and respect while recovering charged-off funds.     

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    RECOVERY COLLECTIONS REPRESENTATIVE
     
    SUMMARY: A Recovery Representative role is great for someone who possesses a willing determination to succeed, strong research skills, and the ability to communicate with our customers with dignity and respect while recovering charged-off funds.     
               
     POSITION REQUIREMENTS:
    -1+ years of collections or sales experience is preferred
    -Experience with skip-tracing
    -Possesses an enthusiastic phone presence 
    -Computer experience including MS Office, Outlook, Database, etc. 
    -Data Entry skills – 25 wpm or better required 
    -Ability to work a flexible work schedule when needed
    -Must have a strong consistent work history
     
                  EDUCATION / EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS: 
    -High School Diploma Required
    -Excellent verbal and written communications skills
    -Knowledge of FDCPA a plus 
    -Demonstrated history of excellent negotiation skills
     
                SCHEDULE REQUIRED: 
    -M-F 8:00am-5:00pm or 9:00am-6:00pm with 2 late nights a week  
    - 1 Saturday per month
     
    PAY: 
    SNAAC offers various pay structures for each collections position available.
    Monthly bonuses can range from $250 to $1000!!! Our top performers can earn up to $55K to 60K! 
     
    BENEFITS:
              Medical Insurance (Anthem), Dental Insurance, Life, STD and LTD Insurance Coverage Available Paid Time Off (10 Days during your first year) + 6 Holidays.
              401(K) Investment Plan (50% Match- 1% - 5% contribution; 25% Match 6%- 10% contributions
     

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  • Collections Representative

    SUMMARY:  Our Collections positions work directly with our customers' automotive installment loans and specifically service our customers. We have various positions available working both early to late stage collections. You must have the ability to provide exceptional customer service, while securing payments.

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    COLLECTIONS ACCOUNT REPRESENTATIVE

    SUMMARY:  Our Collections positions work directly with our customers' automotive installment loans and specifically service our customers. We have various positions available working both early to late stage collections. You must have the ability to provide exceptional customer service, while securing payments.
    ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
    -Collection of overdue funds from SNAAC customers using a variety of collection techniques
    -Communicate with customer by telephone to collect on past due payment    
    -Review customer account and secure payment
    -Record information about the status of the customer and collection efforts
    -Use various collection strategies to assist in bringing customers account current.
    -Knowledge of a computer based dialer system
    -Enthusiastic phone presence
     
    POSITION REQUIREMENTS:
    -Prior collections experience is a PLUS but not a requirement
    -Must be self motivated, detailed, and a team player
    -Excellent typing and computer skills are required MUST  type at least 25 wpm
    -Must have a strong consistent work history
    -Polite, courteous, and clear telephone communications will help you to be successful
     
    SCHEDULE REQUIRED:  Hours vary between positions
    Collections Account Rep:
    Monday-Thursday: 11:00AM-8:00PM
    Friday: 10:00AM-7:00PM
     
    EDUCATION/ EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:
    -Must have at least a high school diploma; college or technical degree strongly preferred.
    -Proof of consistent employment history is a must.
     
    SNAAC offers various pay structures for each collection position available.
    Monthly bonuses can range from $250 to $1000!! Our top performers can earn up to $55K to $60K!
    BENEFITS: 
    Medical Insurance (Anthem), Dental Insurance, Vision Insurance, Life, STD and LTD Insurance Coverage Available; Paid Time Off (10 Days during your first year) + 6 Holidays; 401K Investment Plan (50% Match- 1% - 5% contribution; 25% Match 6%- 10% contribution).

     
     
     

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  • Manager of Compliance

    Summary: This highly visible position reports to the V.P. of Compliance, and, in conjunction with them is responsible for the management and execution of all areas of regulatory compliance strategies for the company. Includes the execution of three main areas of responsibility:

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    MANAGER OF COMPLIANCE
     
    Summary: This highly visible position reports to the V.P. of Compliance, and, in conjunction with them is responsible for the management and execution of all areas of regulatory compliance strategies for the company. Includes the execution of three main areas of responsibility:
    Interface with third party legal consultants including research and regulatory analysis in order to monitor company compliance with regulations and support business operations; 
    Review, design, document and education of all internal policy and procedures; this position assesses compliance of underwriting rules, guidelines, procedures, and programs.
    Management and administration of all federal and state licensing requirements and home office insurance programs.
    Tasks include but not limited to the following:

    Review and accurate analysis of the company's regulatory compliance status making recommendations for changes where appropriate.
    Monitors, researches and reviews both proposed activities and implemented regulatory and legislative changes, proposes company response to regulatory changes and if approved, follows up with appropriate departments to ensure required changes are implemented.
    Consults with internal business groups on strategic compliance initiatives and works with them to develop strategies, provide training and execution of initiatives.
    Provides input and representation on key compliance initiatives, attending appropriate meetings and participating in applicable committees.
    Specific areas of regulatory focus include but are not limited to: State & Federal Law, Federal Regulatory Agencies, Electronic Signature Regulations, Adverse Action Letter Processes, Communications Review, GLB Policy implementation and compliance.
    Responsible for all state and federal licensing requirements for our programs and insurance administration.

    Skills:

    Excellent written, verbal and business communications.
    Ability to prepare and conduct professional level business presentations.
    Organized with an exceptional attention to detail.
    Expert awareness and experience working with regulatory agencies and managing through the compliance process.
    Strong familiarity with standard concepts, practices and procedures within the Financial Services industry, automobile lending a plus.
    Self- motivated with a demonstrated history of working independently with minimal supervision.

    Work Experience:

    5 years+ of related work experience in a financial services compliance position.
    This position will oversee projects that require significant expertise in financial services industry.
    Solid experience working with state and federal legal and regulatory agencies.
    5+ years’ experience in legislative review, analysis and reporting.
    Experience developing and filing licensing, insurance and policy documents.
    Experience working within a legal or compliance-related department (preferably with financial services company).
    Strong leadership, project management and relationship management skills.

    Education and Knowledge:

    BS or BA degree in business or related field preferred.
    Paralegal or law degree preferred.
    Advanced skills in Microsoft Office applications.
    Proficiency with spreadsheets, database applications and document management software.

    Physical Demands:
    See Human Resources for detailed Essential Functions of the Job Summary
     

    Benefits: 
    Medical, dental, vision, life, short-term disability and long term disability insurance coverage available, paid time off (PTO) + 6 holidays, and 401K Investment Plan (50% company match: first 1%-5% individual contribution and 25% company match: second 6%-10% contribution)
     

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  • SNAAC -Position Not Listed Above

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    Don't see the position you are interested in but want to work at SNAAC? SNAAC is always looking for top talent! Please apply through this link with your application, resume and a cover letter describing your interests! Your information will be reviewed against open positions and kept on file for up to a year.  You may be contacted if an opening occurs that matches your skill set! Thanks so much for your interest in joining a top workplace at SNAAC!

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