£35-65k realistic earnings (£50-80k+ for experienced agents)
New to the industry? Not a problem. If you have the skills, our client can train you to be successful.
Their Trainee Enforcement Agents can look forward to an excellent weekly paid training package leading to a self-employed role, which is unrivalled in the debt enforcement industry.
What will this Self-Employed Enforcement Agent role consist of?
As a Self-Employed Enforcement Agent, you will work for yourself and supply Marston Holdings with your services to help recover monies owed. You will be engaged as part of an award-winning debt recovery team. Your goal will be to collect payment from customers by visiting their addresses and taking control of (and potentially removing) goods if necessary. Your successful enforcement will result in the recovery of monies owed to our clients.
Self-Employed Enforcement Agents engaged by Marston Holdings earn a typical and realistic commission of £35-£65k, with experienced agents often exceeding £50k-£80k pa. The commission is totally uncapped.
What benefits can you expect once you become a Self-Employed Enforcement Agent?
Marston Holdings, value the relationships of the partners they engage with, which is why they provide all Self-Employed Enforcement Agents with great perks, including:
- An 8-12 week "financial support" package prior to certification;
- City & Guilds accredited training with 'on street' mentoring
- A self-employed field-based role with access to work volumes, which make for realistic earning potential;
- State of the art IT & Body Worn Camera equipment and access to software to help and improve performance;
- Whilst owner drivers are preferred, they do provide support arrangements for vehicle provision where required.
What will you need to become a Self-Employed Enforcement Agent?
- Strong ethical and professional standards
- Resilient and overcome barriers
- Be self-motivated and have excellent organisation skills
- Excellent communication, influencing & negotiation skills
- A full driving licence and ability to travel
- Computer literate and able to use basic software packages
All applications will undertake DBS/CCJ and debt related checks prior to training.
What other jobs and backgrounds would suit this Self-Employed Enforcement Agent vacancy?
Close protection, Private and maritime security - Housing, Immigration Officer - Security, SIA - Sales - Self-employed business owners - Recovery, collections Agent - Doorstep /Civil Enforcement Warrant Officer - Enforcement or Eviction Agent … but this list is not exhaustive
No previous experience needed as full training will be provided to become a Certificated Enforcement Agent.
If you have what it takes to become one of our Self-Employed Enforcement Agents, then please apply now!
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