STARS FOR HIRE!
|Credit Field Agent
||Candidates available now
- Extensive travel throughout NZ
- Company car provided
- Base + reward for your personal performance
This employer doesn't just outsource accounts to a third party when they fall overdue. Instead - in keeping with the relationship they maintain with customers throughout - they employ their own team of Field Agents to stop in on people and sort things out. With a consultative style, this role is to negotiate a fresh payment arrangement - that works for the customer and the business.
As such, there are other Field Agents working territories throughout New Zealand. This role is to be a permanent 'floater', i.e. you will be travelling to fill in wherever and whenever one of your Field Agent colleagues is away, or when a territory needs assistance.
This role provides the ultimate in variety!
And with a company car, iPad and phone provided, you will be trusted to manage your time.
With that autonomy comes reward for the person who is willing to back themselves! In addition to the secure base pay there is UNCAPPED COMMISSION that recognises what you persoally achieve. And its paid regularly, so you can clearly see the link between what you've done and what you get for that input.
A little more detail of this vacancy is available on our Advertised Vacancies
To find out more though, email me your CV
- and then, let's talk.
Also coming soon - watch this space!
Sole charge Credit Control role
Another employer has advised detail of a sole charge Credit Control role coming soon.
That role will be Mt Eden based.
Salary, scope of the role and more will be posted as soon as it has been finalised by the employer.
Please call to tell us what you're looking for in your team
Our database has hundreds of candidates - across a range of occupations. Here are just a few of them; available now - or very soon.
Accounts / Finance Assistant
Since moving to New Zealand, this person has taken employment in retail. However, she is completely under-utilised, having previously led a finance team of 6. Described as "exceptionally analytical, optimistic and generous" (towards her colleagues)
A Credit Controller with a bubbly personality who builds rapport with customers. Has most recently worked on a business-to-business ledger. Looking for work out West.
Although currently employed, this person has a passion for continuous learning and is ready to apply his skills in a new industry, or with a new employer.
Credit Risk Analyst
Astute at assessing the risk associated with new credit applications - whilst pragmatic in providing sound support in a sales-driven culture. Only looking for a new role due to the pending relocation of his current employer's business.
This smart cookie graduated a few years ago and is working currently as a Tax Consultant. Ready for another role to expand in tax or accounting generally.
Sales Account Manager
After 20 years running a business in a market that is being eroded by changes in technology and consumer demands, this smart individual sold up. Now available to change industry - without forfeiting his superb frontline skills.
Telesales - one of the best
Personable, patient and 100% focussed on results, this person has a stable track record in phone based sales. Could just as easily step into his first field based role, perhaps in business development. Motivated and easy to talk with.
Along with providing people for you to interview who have been reference checked first, we take care in finding the fit right for your team
New roles being posted regularly!
And we have more great candidates!
A RECRUITER YOU CAN TRUST
With over 15 years' experience in consulting and recruitment management, I set up Changing Jobs to provide an honest, Kiwi alternative for employers and job applicants alike. And it’s worked. We already had an established network and our database has continued to grow. Though based in Auckland, we provide assistance across the North Island and in Australia.
The Changing Jobs database and expertise span roles as diverse as Executive, Finance, Credit Management, Customer Service and Sales (see right and below, some of the roles we have assisted on).
Rose Easter, Business Owner - Changing Jobs
WE SUPPORT THE WORK OF WORLD VISION
||In 2014, I travelled to Cambodia to do the 'Cycle Cambodia Challenge 2014' - a nearly 300km bike ride over 10 days, to help support the work that World Vision are doing in the Stong region of Cambodia. It was cool to see the context in which World Vision are working (they're not working out of high rises in main street - they are working in the back roads of villages with dirt roads and primitive amenities).
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VACANCIES WE ASSIST ON
|Following are vacancies we have assisted on. If the type of role you want to know about is not listed, please call to discuss. If we can't help, we may be able to recommend someone else who can.
- Academic Manager
- Account Manager (Sales)
- Accounts Clerk
- Accounts Payable
- Accounts Receivable
- Admin Support
- BDM (Health & Safety)
- Company Accountant
- Credit Analyst
- Credit Control
- Credit Management
- Customer Service - Finance
- Customer Service - General
- Debtors' Clerk
- Factory Maintenance Engineer
- Financial Accountant
- Financial Controller
- General Management
- Human Resources Advisor
- Management Accountant
- Office Management
- Operations Excellence Management
- Reception / PA
- Regional Training Manager
- Sales Account Management
- Sales Business Development
- Sales Coordinator
- Sales Key Account Management
- Sales Telesales
- Technical Sales
- Warehouse Manager
WHAT OTHER PEOPLE ARE SAYING
THE LIGHTER SIDE OF WORK
A young engineer was leaving work late one evening when he found the company CEO standing in front of the shredding machine with a piece of paper in his hand.
"Listen", said the CEO, "this is a very sensitive and important document, and my secretary has gone for the day. Can you make this thing work?"
"Certainly", said the young engineer. He took the piece of paper, inserted it in the machine and hit the start button.
"Excellent. Excellent!" said the CEO as the paper disappeared inside the machine. "I just need one copy."
Nailing The Job Interview
- Employers often check Facebook these days, so make sure all your photos show you looking at a spreadsheet and punching the air!
- "What would you say is your greatest weakness?" Job applicant: "Sometimes I use big words that I don't fully understand in an effort to make myself seem more photosynthesis."