Credit & Collections Manager

Job req id:  17497
Location: 

City - FL, FL, US, 80538

 

At Nutrien, our purpose is Feeding the Future and we do so with safety, inclusion, integrity and results as our core values. Nothing is more important than sending our people home safe, every day.

 

Nutrien is a leading provider of agricultural products, services, and solutions. With nearly 25,000 employees world-wide, we are the largest producer of potash (by capacity) and one of the world’s largest producers of nitrogen and phosphate. We also operate a leading agriculture retail network that services over 500,000 growers globally.

 

We harvest the best. Diverse views and experience make us strong. We look for people who have a safety-first mindset, who are collaborative team players, who deliver on their commitments, act with integrity, and who support inclusion.

 

Working at Nutrien will provide you an opportunity to help us raise the expectation of what an agriculture company can be and grow your career.

 

This role will cover the Southeast region of the United States, including the Carolinas, Georgia, Florida, and Alabama. Applicants residing in one of these states are strongly preferred.

 

What you will do:

 

  • Manage all collection activities of all accounts in Bad Debt until balance paid/settled (filings, communications, payment of attorney invoices)
  • Perform collection responsibilities in accordance with established policies and procedures
  • Establish relationships with all attorneys currently being utilized by CPS and when necessary, find additional/new attorneys
  • Once an account is assigned, SAM to attempt to make contact with the customer in hopes of working out a payment plan/settlement
  • Assign account to attorney to begin legal action if there is no contact and/or payment 
  • Take accounts to Bad Debt and sending out appropriate notifications to the GM/DOC/RCM/ACM/Location Mgr etc.
  • Instruct attorneys to work aggressively in the collection of assigned accounts
  • Notate all collection action/updates in PayPoint Collection Notes when applicable and download all applicable documents in the customer’s File Center in CreditPoint
  • Provide monthly updates to ACM/RCM on Recoveries by Division
  • Provide quarterly updates on the status of collections to ACM/RCM by Division
  • As needed and requested, provide forecasted Recoveries to ACM/RCM
  • Communicate with ACM and Division GM on any possible settlements or potential crop claims that may arise once suit is filed
  • Gradually, existing accounts in Bad Debt will be re-assigned to SAM for handling/monitoring 

 

What you will bring:

 

  • A Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Accounting or Finance from a recognized institution
  • NACM Designation is considered an asset
  • A minimum of 5 years’ experience in commercial lending/collection experience preferably Ag lending and/or trade finance experience with approval authority
  • Ability to effectively communicate with sales, customers and management
  • Collection and Negotiation Skills
  • Time Management and ability to prioritize daily
  • Management of staff
  • Commitment to achieving superior results with integrity and sustaining our safe and positive work environment while having the ability to embrace working side by side others in a diverse culture
  • This position is required to travel over 50% with the potential to work remotely when not traveling

 

Compensation & Benefits:

 

Salary Range $90,400 - $124,300 annually. This range is estimated for Special Assets Manager role in Loveland, Colorado. Actual salary and benefits may differ based upon location.

 

We provide an attractive benefits package that includes comprehensive medical, dental, vision coverage, and life insurance and well as disability coverage for positions working more than 30 hours per week. In addition, we have a retirement program that encourages our employees to save for the longer term, with generous matching employer contributions.  Our benefit package also demonstrates our culture of care with paid vacation, sick days and holidays as well as paid personal and maternity/parental leaves and an Employee and Family Assistance Program. Details of the benefits package will be shared in the application process.

 

In addition to base pay, this role is also eligible to participate in our annual incentive plan, consistent with the terms of our program(s) where discretionary pay out of awards is reflecting components such as performance of the company and the employee. Details will be discussed through the application process.

 

This information is provided in compliance with the Colorado Equal Pay for Equal Work Act and is the company's good faith and reasonable estimate of the compensation range and benefits offered for this position.  The compensation offered to the successful applicant may vary based on factors including experience, skills, education, location, and other job-related reasons.  Nutrien also makes internal equity a consideration in all pay decisions.

 

Are you a good match? Apply today!

 

Nutrien is an equal opportunity employer.  We evaluate qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, and other legally protected characteristics.

 

This job will remain posted until filled.  While we appreciate all applications we receive, only candidates under consideration will be contacted.

 

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GROW WITH US. FEED THE FUTURE.

At Nutrien, we never stop growing, because our world never does. Our size can help us weather a storm, but with that ability comes a great responsibility—to our growers and customers, our employees and shareholders, our communities, and the planet. 

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Nearest Major Market: Fort Collins
Nearest Secondary Market: Loveland