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SNAAC is a company, a community, and a family you can be proud to be part of because we make a difference to each other and the world. Joining SNAAC means you are a top performer in your field. Whether you have experience in servicing accounts, customer service, sales or professional/management – SNAAC is a company where you can shine and influence the outcome.

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Whether you are seeking an internship/co-op, just starting your career, mid-career looking to move to the next level, and/or returning home from serving in the military; SNAAC is dedicated to helping you find the right career. With a consistent 25% + promotion rate, SNAAC provides you the platform to take your skills and experience further.

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  • Administrative Assistant - Collections

    SUMMARY: The Administrative Assistant supports our Collection department and is responsible for our reputation with our customer base through timely, accurate and professional communications with customers and third parties through various communication channels.  Requirements include, but are not limited to, responding to emails, texts and faxes sent to the Collections department, and returning them in accordance with the prescribed service level agreements (SLAS). 

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    Collections Administrator
     
    SUMMARY: The Administrative Assistant supports our Collection department and is responsible for our reputation with our customer base through timely, accurate and professional communications with customers and third parties through various communication channels.  Requirements include, but are not limited to, responding to emails, texts and faxes sent to the Collections department, and returning them in accordance with the prescribed service level agreements (SLAS). 

    ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
    • Responding to emails, texts and faxes sent to the Collections department
    • Negotiating payment with the consumer via electronic methods or by phone when a collections representative is unavailable or when an immediate contact is needed
    • Review and process Due Date Change request forms
    • Review and process Deferral request forms
    • Assist in completing insurance updates
    • Review and process documents sent and received through eSign/Docusign
    • Cross-train with Customer Service and Recovery Admin to provide assistance when needed
     
    POSITION REQUIREMENTS:
    • Reading emails and responding to requests within prescribed SLAs, or routing appropriately
    • Responding to emails professionally and within the compliance guidelines
    • Quickly and professionally respond to customers who initiate chat sessions
    • Reviewing and responding to department faxes within prescribed SLAsCross-train with Mass Communication Admin to provide additional support.
    • Other reasonable duties, as assigned by management

    EDUCATION / EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS: 
    • College experience preferred
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
    • Strong computer / communication skills including solid history using Microsoft applications (Word, Excel).
    • Self-motivated and independent worker
    • Ability to multitask and manage competing demands
    • Ability to type a minimum of 50 WPM with a minimum accuracy rate of 90%
     
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  • Administrative Staff Auditor

    SUMMARY: The Staff Internal Auditor is a key position in supporting the success of all internal operations by performing audit activities for the company to ensure proper internal controls are in place to preserve the integrity and efficiency of company operations.  This is a newly added position to our growing team which provides an innovative self-starter the great opportunity to establish the value of the position to the organization.

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    SUMMARY: The Staff Internal Auditor is a key position in supporting the success of all internal operations by performing audit activities for the company to ensure proper internal controls are in place to preserve the integrity and efficiency of company operations.  This is a newly added position to our growing team which provides an innovative self-starter the great opportunity to establish the value of the position to the organization.
     
    Measures of Success:
    - Managed monthly submission of credit bureau file.  
    -Successful, accurate and timely completion of responsibilities while maintaining appropriate confidentiality and neutrality in business interactions.
    -Effective business communications, particularly with communicating data in a presentable manner to a variety of audiences.
    -Clear dedication of performing responsibilities in order to preserve the integrity of the organization.
     
    Tasks include but not limited to the following:
    -Under the direction of the Internal Audit Manager, conducts accurate, complete and timely audits of departments/operational procedures.
    -Analyzes and reports the results of internal audit findings to the Audit Manager, ensuring that any issues detected are researched and well defined, with root causes effectively identified.
    -Prepares and/or contributes to dashboard reports to communicate audit findings; provides information to Internal Audit Manager to support any further presentation to leadership.
    -Collaborates with management with evaluating internal results; assists in developing and implementing recommendations for solutions to rectify deficiencies detected in audit (such as improvement to internal operations, policies and procedure development, or implementing appropriate training) .
    -Supports departments by collecting and coordinating internal audit data from various department contacts in order to respond to external audit inquiries. 
    -Upholds Internal Audit department’s reputation by accepting ownership for accomplishing new and different requests; explores opportunities to add value to job accomplishments.
    -Remains current on internal audit practices within the Financial Services industry. 
    -Performs other projects and responsibilities as required.
     
    REQUIRED SKILLS
    -Excellent demonstrated ability to apply business communications best practices to written and verbal interactions.
    -Demonstrated solid understanding of proper internal controls.
    -Strong evidence of proficiency in Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, Access, PowerPoint), with a strength in utilizing software for data analytics purposes.
    -Clear history of the ability to handle confidential information appropriately using discretion, integrity and diplomacy.
    -Demonstrated ability to examine facts with an eye of neutrality and maintain a relationship of an independent contributor.
    -Strong evidence of the ability to build effective and collaborative relationships with business partners. 
    -Clear organizational skills with an exceptional attention to detail.
    -Evidence of the ability to be self-motivated and maintain independence while reaching goals. 
     

    Education and Business Experience
    -Bachelor’s degree in Finance, Accounting, or other business related field
    -1 to 3 year’s professional experience in an accounting or similar field
    -Auditing experience/public accounting experience preferred
    -CPA, MBA or related professional certification (CRCM, CIA, etc.) preferred
     
      BENEFITS:
    Includes Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance, Paid Time Off, Corporate Discounts and 401K Plan (50% match on 1-5% contribution; 25% match on 6-10% contribution).
     
    PHYSICAL DEMANDS
    See Human Resources for detailed Essential Functions of the Job Summary.
     
     
    BENEFITS: 
    Medical Insurance 
    Dental Insurance 
    Vision 
    Tuition Reimbursement 
    Short & Long Term Disability 
    Voluntary Life Insurance 
    401(k) with employer match 
    Paid Time Off (PTO) 
    Bought Paid Time Off (BPTO) 
    Company Paid Holidays 
    Floating Holiday 
    Paid Volunteer Hours 
    Company Quarterly Incentive 
    Associate Referral Program 
    Company Health & Wellness Program and more

     

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  • Business Systems Analyst

    SUMMARY: The Business Systems Analyst work closely with  members of business divisions to improve the structure and operations of functional areas utilizing existing business application solutions.

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    SUMMARY: The Business Systems Analyst work closely with  members of business divisions to improve the structure and operations of functional areas utilizing existing business application solutions.
     
    Measures of Success:
    Successfully Meets/Exceeds Expectations in the following:

    Accurately gathers and documents business requirements in a manner that consistently passes quality reviews.
    Delivers all responsibilities in a timely and accurate manner to appropriate parties.
    Maintains a high level of curiosity, constantly growing knowledge relating to expectations of system functionality and content.
    Applies gained knowledge to suggesting process improvements in team meetings and open discussions.

    Role and Responsibilities


    Participates in requirement meetings and workshops, assisting the BSA II and Senior BSA positions to ensure that business

    Shadows areas of the business to improve understanding and knowledge of core processes and systems.

    Participates in quality assurance and control activities as directed.

    Creates status reports in conjunction with the BSA II and Senior BSA to be delivered to necessary parties.
    Itemizes and documents necessary reports utilizing existing templates.
    Participates and assists in facilitation of user acceptance testing, under the guidance of senior team members.
    Constantly focuses on building a high level of knowledge relating to expectations of system functionality and content, with mindfulness of quality expectations.
    Performs various administrative and research tasks to assist projects and daily activities.
    Other duties as assigned by supervisor or management.

    Position Requirements

    Superior active listening skills, with a strong display of active inquisitiveness.
    Evidence of good interpersonal and communication skills in both verbal and written forms.

    Demonstrated history of taking initiative independently with minimal supervision.

    A track record of possessing good organizational skills and ability to prioritize assignments under tight deadlines.
    A demonstrated keen sense of accuracy and attention to detail.
    Clearly demonstrated computer knowledge and skills, particularly with Microsoft Office products (Word, Excel, PowerPoint).
    Track record of possessing a strong customer focus, with demonstrated commitment of going above and beyond for clients/customers.
    Demonstrated commitment to continuous learning.
    Display of appropriate ethical knowledge and commitment to maintaining trust and integrity.

    Education and Experience Requirements

    Associate degree or equivalent from a college or technical school, or two years related experience, or equivalent combination of education and experience.
    Entry Certificate in Business Analysis (IIBA)
    Knowledge/experience with Agile Methodology

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

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  • Chief Risk Officer - Automotive Portfolio Risk

    Summary:  This head of Risk Management is an executive leadership position focused on developing, leading, guiding and monitoring the company’s credit risk management discipline including portfolio limits, risk mitigation initiatives, risk management policy governance and practices as well as portfolio optimization strategies and theory application.  This position provides guidance on portfolio risks and leads the Risk Analytics team. Sets the strategic direction through effective credit and collections risk/scoring models based in fact and supported with strong analytics. 

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    Summary:  This head of Risk Management is an executive leadership position focused on developing, leading, guiding and monitoring the company’s credit risk management discipline including portfolio limits, risk mitigation initiatives, risk management policy governance and practices as well as portfolio optimization strategies and theory application.  This position provides guidance on portfolio risks and leads the Risk Analytics team. Sets the strategic direction through effective credit and collections risk/scoring models based in fact and supported with strong analytics. 
     
    Measures of success:
    Successfully meeting or exceeding all  of the following:

    Sets Risk Policy and recommends the development of solid underwriting standards and policies which drive increased revenue and portfolio growth for company.
    Design and implementation of effective & balanced risk mitigation policies and strategies which contribute to the ability for operations to function in a strategic and nimble manner to pursue profitable operational pursuits.
    Proactive, vigilant monitoring of analysis systems or tools and industry trends to anticipate and mitigate financial risk issues that may expose the company to financial loss. 

     Role and responsibilities:

    Leads analysis of company portfolio performance and sets risk tolerance/strategies to executives and Board members.
    Guides the determination of whether exposures are within the company’s strategic risk appetite; continually maintains awareness of leadership and board members of the company’s current risk profile and drive understanding of potential exposures.
    Oversees model validation activities for all areas overseen (credit and risk); leads discussions with Risk Management, Finance, Sales and operations leadership to review findings and develop profit or risk mitigation strategies.
    Leads the development and team monitoring of key risk indicators and key performance indicators (“KPIs”) in order to provide solid measurements which can contribute to the development of proactive strategies.
    Drives the focus of management on key risks and controls; serves as a resource in overseeing the development of remediation strategies, target resources and/or testing strategies based on the level of risk assumed for company.
    Oversees the examination of control deficiencies or gaps creating risk exposure.
    Remains constantly aware of industry credit and risk regulations and trends.  
    Supports robust measurement of risk exposure and future modeling.
    Provide analytical reviews and recommendations on policies and analysis of data to optimize credit programs. 
    Continually drives the review of practices to ensure the strategic support of appropriate risk tolerance.
    Other responsibilities as assigned by executive team.

     
    Job requirements:

    Strong track record of demonstrating a high level of engagement and awareness of activities across all business divisions/departments.
    Strong applied understanding of business regulator's perspectives on risk and risk management principles; ability to translate into successful business strategies.
    Proven superior analytical and quantitative capabilities with the ability to synthesize volume of information from multiple sources on a timely basis into strong strategic recommendations.
    Proven relationship management skills, strong track record of ability to build trust and credibility through communication, actions and presence.
    Successful history of effective overall leadership with a professional management style, and a track record of leading through change.
    Demonstration of superior communication skills, including presentation skills with executive level leadership.
    Successful history of leading high performance teams.
    Demonstrated ability to grasp complex processes and concepts and make decisions and/or comprehensive recommendations across a broad range of subject matter.
    Demonstrated strong negotiation skills; including the ability to influence through use of compelling facts, thought-provoking discussion and logic.
    Clear experience in successfully using diplomacy and tact to resolve differing views.
    Exhibition of a high degree of flexibility and ability to multi-task in a fast paced environment.
    Superior Technical Skills in Microsoft office suite, particularly Excel and Access.
    Proven demonstration of high integrity with track record of maintaining confidentiality and discretion at appropriate levels.       

    Education/experience requirements:

    Bachelor’s degree in related field such as business administration, finance, accounting, economics, law or equivalent experience.
    8+ years prior experience leading credit risk, operational risk or product aligned experience related to these risks.  A Legal or Compliance with exposure to financial risk management may also be considered.
    5+ years credit modeling/reporting with reporting experience in a quantitative function such as Risk and Finance within financial services.
    5+ years of leading a high performing team of 4 or more associates, including supervisory, management, or director level individuals.

    Preferred

    Master’s degree or advanced certification a plus.
    History of active and consistent professional development and education.
    Background in Automotive Finance (sub-prime sector experience a must) for major financial institution or a specialty finance company.

    Physical Demands
    Please see Essential Physical Job Requirements Sheet located in HR.

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  • Collections Representative

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    Collections Representative, Base Pay between $14 - $18 dollars per hour - Full Time
     
    Experienced Collector? We pay for experience!
     
    SNAAC, is a specialty auto finance company that has been in business for over 30 years. We specialize in buying and servicing auto loans for Military Personnel. SNAAC handles every step from purchasing the contract to resolving the account. We have long lasting relationships with both car dealerships and customers across the country.
     
    SNAAC, provides the ability to build your future with competitive compensation plans, career development as well as health and financial wellness programs. SNAAC is a work hard, fast-paced environment; we have fun, celebrate achievements and work collaboratively. Conveniently located in Mason, OH close to Kings Island and only 25 minutes from downtown Cincinnati!
     
    If hired you may work in any of the following departments:


    Collections


    Asset Recovery


    Recovery

    SNAAC professional Collectors will:


    Communicate with delinquent auto loan military borrowers by telephone & Email (inbound and outbound) to ensure full repayment or arrange acceptable payment arrangements and provide excellent customer service.


    Assist borrowers by using your negotiation skills to persuade delinquent customers to become current while being professional and tactful.


    Problem solve and perform due diligence functions to ensure compliance with all Federal Regulations while always adhering to the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act as well as all bankruptcy and collection laws, both state and federal.                                                                                                                                                                                                

    SNAAC Collectors ENJOY:


    Base pay of $14 - $18 hour depending on experience plus generous bonus structure. Experienced Collectors with proven and successful performance: negotiable.


    Career/ Leadership Development (We groom our employees for a lasting SNAAC career)


    Monthly contests with prizes awarded


    Employee Recognition and Appreciation Events- End of Month Celebration


    Ability to work at a Top Workplace Designee

    Additional Benefits INCLUDE:


    Paid Time Off


    Business Casual Dress code- wear your jeans and sneakers every day!


    401k with company match!


    Health, Dental, Vision Coverage within 30 days of starting


    Employee Wellbeing Programs: Cash incentives for participation in activities


    6 Paid Holidays + 1 Floating Holiday


    Tuition Reimbursement


    Volunteer monthly to help your community

    Paid Training – 2 Weeks, Mon-Fri 8am-5pm. Attendance is mandatory.
    Standard Schedule:


    Mon-Thurs: 11am - 8pm and Fri 10am - 7pm (NO WEEKENDS)
    ***Subject to change based on business need***

    : _customer service, collections, customer care, outbound, inbound, client services, CSR_
    #EmployingVeterans      #Collection    #TopWorkPlace    #SNAAC     #CallCenter

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  • Customer Service Representative

    SUMMARY:

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    SUMMARY:
    Research, locate, and contact  customers scheduled to exit the military to assist in limiting potential future losses by updating their loan file information and ensuring quality contact information.
     
    ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

    Consistently achieving => 95% customer contact percentage.
    Develop a rapport with transitioning service members in an effort to understand their plans for life after duty
    Discuss programs or grants that may be able to assist in the customers transition
    Offer alternative methods of payment through recurring debit or ACH

     
    POSITION REQUIREMENTS:

    Contact  customers scheduled to exit military and determine current military status
    Generate customer contact by phone or electronic communication
    Update accurate ETS date and employment information in a timely manner
    Skip Trace using all available resources to locate customers to update loan information
    Follows all published policies and procedures, including but not limited to: employee handbook guidelines, department policies and procedures, attendance and tardiness policies, promise to pay rules, steps of collection call, and follow up procedures.
    Maintain regular and predictable attendance
    Know and observe all Security National general and departmental policies and procedures
    Actively supports stated SNAAC Company Values or at a minimum does not violate or clearly contradict stated SNAAC Values

    Perform other duties as assigned by department manager

    EDUCATION / EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS: 


    At least one year customer service experience required.

    College experience preferred

    Excellent written and verbal communication skills
    Strong computer / communication skills including solid history using Microsoft applications (Word, Excel).
    Self-motivated and independent worker
    Ability to multitask and manage competing demands

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  • Dealer Development Representative- Columbia, SC

    SUMMARY: The Dealer Development Representative (DDR) is a market based position supporting the Jacksonville NC, Columbia SC & Augusta GA markets.

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     Dealer Development Representative â€“ Charlotte NC,  Jacksonville NC, Columbia SC,
    SUMMARY: The Dealer Development Representative (DDR) is a market based position supporting the Jacksonville NC, Columbia SC & Augusta GA markets.
    The DDR involves B2B contact with Auto Dealer Finance Managers, Sales Managers, Owners, etc. The 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 is great for: 

    Living in or near any of these market: Charlotte NC, Jacksonville NC, Columbia, SC 
    This position will require up to 70% of travel outside your home based office into the Jacksonville NC, Columbia/Sumter SC, and Augusta GA markets.
    Someone with Auto Finance,  F&I Experience, Insurance 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: 
    Medical Insurance 
    Dental Insurance 
    Vision 
    Tuition Reimbursement 
    Short & Long Term Disability 
    Voluntary Life Insurance 
    401(k) with employer match 
    Paid Time Off (PTO) 
    Bought Paid Time Off (BPTO) 
    Company Paid Holidays 
    Floating Holiday 
    Paid Volunteer Hours 
    Company Quarterly Incentive 
    Associate Referral Program 
    Company Health & Wellness Program and more
     

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  • Dealer Development Representative--Jacksonville, NC

    SUMMARY: The Dealer Development Representative (DDR) is a market based position supporting the Jacksonville NC, Columbia SC & Augusta GA markets. The DDR involves B2B contact with Auto Dealer Finance Managers, Sales Managers, Owners, etc. The 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.

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     Dealer Development Representative â€“ Charlotte NC,  Jacksonville NC, Columbia SC
    SUMMARY: The Dealer Development Representative (DDR) is a market based position supporting the Jacksonville NC, Columbia SC & Augusta GA markets. The DDR involves B2B contact with Auto Dealer Finance Managers, Sales Managers, Owners, etc. The 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 is great for: 

    Living in or near any of these market: Charlotte NC, Jacksonville NC, Columbia, SC 
    This position will require up to 70% of travel outside your home based office into the Jacksonville NC, Columbia/Sumter SC, and Augusta GA markets.
    Someone with Auto Finance,  F&I Experience, Insurance 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: 
    Medical Insurance 
    Dental Insurance 
    Vision 
    Tuition Reimbursement 
    Short & Long Term Disability 
    Voluntary Life Insurance 
    401(k) with employer match 
    Paid Time Off (PTO) 
    Bought Paid Time Off (BPTO) 
    Company Paid Holidays 
    Floating Holiday 
    Paid Volunteer Hours 
    Company Quarterly Incentive 
    Associate Referral Program 
    Company Health & Wellness Program and more
     

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  • Dealer Development Representative- Wilmington, NC

    SUMMARY: The Dealer Development Representative (DDR) is a market based position supporting the Jacksonville NC, Columbia SC & Augusta GA markets.

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    Dealer Development Representative â€“ Charlotte NC,  Jacksonville NC, Columbia SC,
    SUMMARY: The Dealer Development Representative (DDR) is a market based position supporting the Jacksonville NC, Columbia SC & Augusta GA markets.
    The DDR involves B2B contact with Auto Dealer Finance Managers, Sales Managers, Owners, etc. The 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 is great for:
    •Living in or near any of these market: Charlotte NC, Jacksonville NC, Columbia, SC
    •This position will require up to 70% of travel outside your home based office into the Jacksonville NC, Columbia/Sumter SC, and Augusta GA markets.
    •Someone with Auto Finance,  F&I Experience, Insurance 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:
     
    Medical Insurance
     Dental Insurance
     Vision
     Tuition Reimbursement
     Short & Long Term Disability
     Voluntary Life Insurance
     401(k) with employer match
     Paid Time Off (PTO)
     Bought Paid Time Off (BPTO)
     Company Paid Holidays
     Floating Holiday
     Paid Volunteer Hours
     Company Quarterly Incentive
     Associate Referral Program
    Company Health & Wellness Program and more

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  • Senior BSA

    SUMMARY: The Sr. Business Systems Analyst gathers, analyzes and translates stakeholder needs into solution requirements by leveraging understanding of the business operations with systems capability and industry requirements. This position works with the BSA Supervisor in developing and executing implementation activities and strategizing technology application to current and future business needs. 

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    SUMMARY: The Sr. Business Systems Analyst gathers, analyzes and translates stakeholder needs into solution requirements by leveraging understanding of the business operations with systems capability and industry requirements. This position works with the BSA Supervisor in developing and executing implementation activities and strategizing technology application to current and future business needs. 
     
    Measures of Success:
    Successfully Meets/Exceeds Expectations in the following:

    Leading team in proactive operational analysis solution development by maintaining constant awareness of business strategies, needs and programs.
    Ensure all phases of business system analysis is completed accurately, from documentation to testing phase to training, debugging, data transfer assuredness and clean roll-out.
    Serve as a role model for BSA I & II; works cooperatively with BSA Lead and Supervisor on team projects and enhancements.
    Works closely with SNAAC business partners in a consultative role.

     
    Requirements
    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.


    Proactively conducts business analysis to develop strategic services, solutions and programs. 


    Promotes understanding of IT resources, systems and processes with business partners. 


    Collaborates with IT team members on solutions by analyzing requirements; constructing workflow charts and diagrams; studying system capabilities; writing specifications. 


    Analyzes and verifies requirements gathered and documented by both self and BSA I & II for completeness, consistency, comprehensibility, feasibility, and conformity to standards.


    Leads/performs testing for projects, including developing user test cases and validating results during acceptance testing. 


    Ensures integrity and accuracy of data conversion from existing systems to new systems. 


    Assists BSA Lead in identifying training needs on new initiatives; assists in implementing training as appropriate. 


    Continually identifies improvement/optimization opportunities; works with Lead BSA and other BSAs to present enhancements to company processes. 


    Provides guidance and/or instruction to junior level associates.


    Develops and improves templates and processes within team.


    Provides guidance to BSA I and II in the absence of the BSA Lead and Supervisor


    Other duties as assigned by management.


    Demonstrated advanced skills in Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint).


    Demonstrated success on one or more strategic initiatives in previous role.


    Clear competency in effective technical requirement analysis, elicitation, modeling, and verification.


    Experience with software applications, systems analysis/design, integration/design, or web applications/design 


    Solid experience in system configuration, testing, and data analysis.


    Demonstrated knowledge in the development and maintenance of operational performance and quality metrics standards and reporting tools.


    Applicable knowledge of business process analysis techniques, process flowcharting and benchmark development. 


    Analytical and problem-solving skills; ability to detect underlying patterns, identify root causes and explore optimal process solutions in a team environment.


    Solid verbal and written communication skills, including solid active listening skills, and interpersonal awareness.


    Successful track record of the ability to take action while navigating incomplete or unknown information.


    Demonstrated skills in picking up quickly and understanding new concepts, skills and technology.


    Expert in business process analysis techniques, process flowcharting and benchmark development. 


    Education & Experience


    Bachelor’s degree in Business or Information Systems or other related field and 3 – 7 years of business systems analyst experience, or an equivalent combination of formal education and experience.


    Extensive experience with SNAAC’s business processes and core applications.


    Certified Business Analyst Professional (IIBA)


    Agile Product Owner
    Physical requirements

    Requirements available on the Essential Physical Job Requirements Sheet located in HR.
     

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