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Sample Collections Officer Resume






A clear and interesting collections officer resume will go a long way to help you land the job you want. Be sure to include specific details, including your objective, training, previous employment, and current availability. All collections officer resumes should take this approach.


Jack Markson
106 Lester Avenue
Any Town, USA 9999
Home: (888) 888-8888
Cell: (888) 888-7777
jmarks@sampleresume.com

OBJECTIVE

A position as a Collections Officer

SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS

Knowledge of state and federal laws and regulations as they apply to human services, entitlement programs, and collections policies and practices. Ability to communicate with and advise clients, providers, and other persons regarding debts owed under state and federal laws and regulations.

EXPERIENCE

Collections Officer, 2000 to present:

Countrywide Collections, Hightop County, USA.

In charge of the collections for debt owed under state and federal laws and regulations. Duties include communicating with individuals, providing assistance for repayment schedule and reviewing clients' rights under state and federal law.

Assistant Collections Officer, 1998-2000:

Countrywide Collections, Hightop County, USA.

Assisted collections officer communicate with individuals, and provide assistance for repayment plan.

EDUCATION

B.A. in Financial Management,

Stearns University, 1997, Any City, USA

ACCOLADES AND INVOLVEMENTS

American Association of Collection Officers

NOTE: Keep in mind that the sample collections officer resume above is just that-a sample. A complete collections officer resume might run one to two pages. However, this one will show you how to get started.