Explore Careers - Job Market Report
Collectors collect payments on overdue accounts and bad cheques and locate debtors to make collection arrangements. They are employed by collection agencies, utility companies, department stores, loan companies, banks and credit unions, and by financial and licensing departments within governments.
bill collector, collection clerk, collection officer (except taxation), collections investigation officer, collector, credit and collection clerk, locator – collection, skip tracer – collection.
- Notify debtors of overdue payments and accounts by telephone, mail, and registered mail, and continue the notification process if reply is not received
- Resolve collection issues by making payment arrangements by telephone or visit to debtor
- Recommend legal action or discontinuation of service in cases where payment is not forthcoming
- Trace and locate debtors, and may contact debtors' friends, neighbours, relatives and employers to obtain information
- Answer correspondence, prepare reports and maintain records and files related to collection work
- May work with on-line accounts and systems.
Outlook & Prospects for Collectors in Northwest Region
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Local Employment Potential Information
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Local Labour Market NewsWeek of Jul 30 - Aug 03, 2012
- Teleperformance Canada rehiring 100 workers at its call centre in Thunder Bay and expects to hire 150 additional people
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