Field Risk Specialist/Floorplan Auditor

DataScan - Montréal, QC (il y a 30+ jours)

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DataScan is the leading provider of wholesale asset finance and floorplan auditing solutions for the automotive finance industry in the US and Canada. North America’s leading banks and finance companies rely on DataScan’s best-in-class technology and services to facilitate wholesale lending and manage portfolio risk.

DataScan is part of JM Family Enterprises, a $15 billion diversified automotive company, ranked No. 20 on Forbes’ list of “America’s Largest Private Companies.” For 20 consecutive years, JM Family has been named to FORTUNE’s “100 Best Companies to Work For,” and for the third consecutive year it has been among FORTUNE’s “Best Places to Work for Millennials.” JM Family’s businesses include Southeast Toyota, JM&A, and Southeast Toyota Finance. DataScan is a division of Southeast Toyota Finance.

Job Description

DataScan’s Audit Intelligence (Ai) business unit is seeking a self-directed, motivated candidate to join its national field team as a Field Risk Specialist (FRS). This position is responsible for conducting floorplan audits at wholesale and retail dealer locations throughout the assigned territory. Fundamental duties include; physically verifying floorplanned inventory, inspecting dealership records, recording the disposition of missing inventory using Ai’s industry-leading mobile audit application and consulting with dealer personnel regarding audit results. Future functions may include other field service and risk management activities.

Essential Functions:
Verify in stock inventory by inspecting the VIN/serial number for each floorplanned inventory unit.
Meet with authorized dealership personnel to identify the disposition of missing inventory units.
Review and verify the authenticity of dealer records and other documentation associated with sold, missing and damaged inventory units.
Verify the status of MSOs and titles.
Record status information for each inventory unit in the Ai mobile audit application.
Record information about dealer visit.
Review audit results with dealer personnel.
Communicate with client representatives about audit results, dealer conditions, and risk potential.

Job Requirements

Candidates must be located in the Montreal, Quebec area
Candidates must be bilingual in French
Ability to work independently with a strong work ethic
Professional demeanor with excellent communication and interpersonal skills
Excellent problem solving and decision making abilities
Basic computer literacy required
Occasional travel outside of local territory may be required from time-to-time
Lifting and moving boxes may be required from time-to-time
Valid driver’s license with the ability to travel overnight (25% to 50%, depending on territory)
High School diploma or GED required, college preferred
Two years or more of applicable experience in: floorplan auditing, banking/financial services, automotive, customer service, field services or related industry.