Assistant – Litigation

Mike Callaway Accounting/Finance/Banking, Administrative/Clerical

  • Full Time
  • Mulberry, FL
  • Applications have closed

Website Badcock Home Furniture &more

Badcock is one of the largest privately-owned home furniture retailers in the country. We’re proud to say that we’ve been serving the community and providing employment opportunities for more than a century. There are currently more than 320 Badcock stores in eight states, and our headquarters in Mulberry, Florida, employs more than 1,600 people.

We are always looking for smart and talented people to join our team. Whether you are a seasoned professional or you’re just embarking on a new career path, our job opportunities offer growth, advancement and competitive pay and benefits. If you’ve got the drive, we’d love for you to be part of our family.

Employee Benefits Include:

COMPETITIVE PAY
401K PLAN WITH COMPANY MATCH
COMPANY PAID LIFE INSURANCE
EMPLOYEE MERCHANDISE DISCOUNT
MEDICAL, DENTAL, AND VISION
ON-SITE FITNESS CENTER
PERSONAL AND VACATION PAID TIME OFF
DAYCARE REIMBURSEMENT PLAN

JOB SUMMARY:

Responsible to assist stores in carrying out the litigation process for their delinquent accounts and communicating with the stores about these accounts.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

  • Prepare and mail litigation process correspondence and collection letters.
  • Prepare and send legally entitled to request to the stores, as needed.
  • Compile the necessary documents for accounts to be placed with outside attorneys.
  • Communicate with stores on the status of their litigated accounts.
  • Answer dealer and customer questions related to the litigation process and to their litigated accounts.
  • Maintain company systems in an accurate and timely manner related to the litigation process to include (but not limited to): court cost reimbursements, judgments, stipulations, dismissals, check requests for attorney remittance checks and attorney status reports.
  • Post payments to active litigated accounts.

KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS:

  • High school diploma / GED
  • One to two years applicable administrative experience.
  • Ability to communicate effectively with management, courts, outside attorneys, customers and personnel by telephone, or through written communication; assimilate information and make decisions; work under pressure in a detailed, organized manner.
  • Knowledge and use of all office equipment to include typing and 10-key calculator.
  • Strong computer skills to include Microsoft Office.
  • Ability to read, analyze, and interpret legal documents, procedures or governmental regulations.
  • Strong analytical skills, problem solving and decision making abilities.
  • Effective time management skills and the ability to multi-task.

Equal Opportunity Employer/Drug Free Workplace