Vacancy for payment & collection officer
By admin On 2 Sep, 2017 At 12:06 AM | Categorized As Jobs | With 0 Comments

There is an exciting new opening in the payment and collection department in a fast transformation retail and commercial bank. Are you a payment and collection officer looking for new and exciting challenges in a data and growth driven environment? Is your current job depriving you of work – life balance? If yes, then this job is for you. Job Summary

As a payment and collection officer, it’s your job to deliver seamless electronic payments and collection solutions for service efficiency to the delight of our internal, private/retail, corporate clients.

Duties & Responsibilities

Implement innovative Payments (web, e-government, and college portal) solutions in line with customer’s business needs.
Expand the collections streams among government agencies, corporates, web merchants, and schools across all levels – primary, secondary or tertiary including specialized schools
Seek more business opportunities to better our Market share and relative position in the industry
Establish and sustain business focused relationships with all stakeholders i.e. school authorities/branches/Vendors
Continuously identifying loopholes in existing solutions with a view to delivering enhancement in meeting contemporary and future needs

Job Requirements

Minimum education level – A good first degree in any discipline
A minimum of 0 – 3 years’ experience in e-payments and collections unit or related e-business functions in banks or FIs.
Key Knowledge:

Business Development
E-Payments and collections products knowledge
Customer service / Relationship management
Business Environment / Industry analysis
Financial analysis
Qualified candidates should send in their CVs to resourcing@oscartemple.com using the job title as the subject of the mail

 

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