Overview Hybrid model opportunity in Fort Worth, TX: Potential to work 3 days remote and 2 days onsite. The Credit Review Buyback Analyst I is responsible for facilitating the buyback process on the behalf of GM Financial.
The buyback process is initiated when Credit Review documents a violation of the dealer agreement and escalates it to the business unit. The Buyback Analyst I works in conjunction with the business unit as they attempt to reach a positive resolution with the business source. This position requires sound judgment, excellent interpersonal and communication skills, initiative, resourcefulness, and the ability to multitask.
Responsibilities JOB DUTIES. Build effective working relationships with other departments and external parties to accomplish departmental and corporate strategic business goals and objectives. Educate internal and external parties on the GM Financial Dealer Agreement and violations of the dealer agreement.
Prepare clear and concise legal documentation on the behalf of GM Financial. Recognize and recommend improvements to the buyback process. Host regularly scheduled meetings with the Dealer Services' RSMs to discuss buyback resolution strategy.
Provide payment posting instructions when buyback monies are received. Manage collateral on repossession hold; including but not limited to, coordinating the return of the collateral to the dealership or wholesaling the unit. Manage the recourse process by monitoring accounts placed on recourse and escalating them as buybacks when a trigger is breached.
Represent Credit Review in business segment meetings, as needed. Perform other duties as assigned. Conform with all company policies and procedures Qualifications Knowledge.
Knowledge of finance preferred. Knowledge of accounting preferred. Knowledge of consumer credit preferred.
Knowledge of statistics preferred. Competency with Microsoft Office, focusing on Access and Excel. Ability to plan, execute, and improve work processes to ensure achievement of business objectives.
Ability to understand GM Financials business, apply knowledge and critical thinking skills in day-to-day problems and solutions Skills. Excellent interpersonal skills. Excellent verbal, written and communication skills.
Ability to multitask with minimal supervision. Ability to use appropriate analysis, judgment and logic when solving issues. Detailed oriented. Ability to coach, lead, motivate, and influence others to support departmental goals and objectives.
Ability to proactively achieve goals and objectives, which positively impact GM Financials overall business results. Ability to work discreetly with confidential information and situations. Able to supervise multiple tasks with minimal supervision and be self-motivated.
Strong problem solving skills. Ability to provide recommendations and making decisions Education. Bachelor's Degree preferred Experience.
0-2 years of relevant experience required.