Credit Consultant - Recoveries

Heartland Bank Limited

Our Credit Consultant Recoveries will manage a portfolio of consumer and small business customers with early to late stage intervention.

Hi, I’m Stella the Talent Acquisition Manager at Heartland Bank. I have an awesome opportunity I’d love to share with you. Here’s some info: 
Is this your next role? 

Our Credit Consultant Recoveries will manage a portfolio of consumer and small business customers. You'll get involved in early to late stage intervention to minimise any loss by working with delinquent borrowers towards rehabilitation.

Does this sound like you?
You’re an experienced consumer and commercial credit controller. You enjoy a buzzing environment, you’re not afraid of helping your team out, you handle ambiguity with ease and you’re known for being great to work with.
With strong communication skills, you’re a pro:
  • NZ bank or finance company experience
  • 2 or more years collections/recoveries credit control experience
  • Secured & unsecured credit control experience
  • Sound knowledge of credit, privacy, repossession and insolvency law / processes
Can you see yourself here? 

Our Heartland – it’s in our name.  Heartland is about the things that matter most to our people, our customers, our communities and our shareholders. 

For our people, our Heartland means respecting and valuing the diverse backgrounds we all bring. We encourage and support each other, working together to tackle challenges and to reach our goals. We’re determined to go above and beyond.

We may be small but our ambitions, like our hearts, are big. We embrace the new, we’re nimble and flexible allowing us to adapt in a heartbeat. While others are still pondering, we’re already hard at work. We innovate, and execute at speed, providing our customers with access to opportunities that make a real difference to them.

Heartland offers unbeatable employee Insurance Benefits as well as loads of work perks for your enjoyment. 

Want to start something great? Get in touch! 

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