Collection Officer Salary in the United States

How much does a Collection Officer make in the United States? The average Collection Officer salary in the United States is $44,555 as of October 30, 2019, but the salary range typically falls between $42,325 and $52,023. Salary ranges can vary widely depending on many important factors, including education, certifications, additional skills, the number of years you have spent in your profession. With more online, real-time compensation data than any other website, helps you determine your exact pay target. 

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$42,325 to $52,023
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CHRISTUS Health - Sulphur Springs , TX
The Armed Security Officer is responsible for responding to all emergency codes, internal/external ... Responds to the collection, inventory and return of lost and found items, patient valuables ...
Christus Healthcare - 8 days ago
Accountemps - West Valley City , Utah
The Collection Specialist will be over the following: - Working closely with CFO to respond to credit and collection concerns with existing and potential clients - Assessments of the credit ...
Monster - 6 days ago
Accountants For You - CHERRY HILL , New Jersey
Chief Financial Officer (CFO) My client, an accounts receivable management and debt collection agency, is seeking a Chief Finance Officer to join their Executive Team. While managing daily operations ...
Monster - 9 days ago
First Alliance Home Mortgage Florida - Jacksonville , FL
Mortgage Loan Officer We are seeking a Mortgage Loan - Originator / Officer to become a part of our ... Completes mortgage loans by monitoring collection, verification, and preparation of mortgage loan ...
ZipRecruiter - 2 days ago
... loan officer in the Consumer Loan Department. * Review and obtain all paperwork on Workout Loans ... collection and/or servicing preferred Company Description At Amtec, we care about you and your ...
ZipRecruiter - 5 days ago
Mission Neighborhood Centers, Inc. -
Mission Neighborhood Centers (MNC) is seeking a full-time, Chief Program Officer (CPO) who will be ... data collection, integration and analysis of program data for inter-agency collaboration and ...
LinkedIn - 5 days ago
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