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Bennington is a progressive, dynamic and fast-paced workplace where you can contribute to the continuing growth of one of Canada's top commercial equipment and vehicle leasing companies. If you've got what it takes to join our growing team, explore our exciting career opportunities below. Interested applicants should forward their cover letter and resume to Human Resources.

Job Title: Account Solutions and Asset Management Analyst
Job Type: 1-Year Contract, Full-Time
Division: Bennington
Reporting to: VP & General Counsel

This position reports to the VP & General Counsel. The candidate will be responsible for contacting customers regarding past due accounts and ensuring that payment arrangements are made to bring accounts up to date. The role is focused on finding solutions to ensure the successful performance by our customers under financial contracts and, where necessary, making strategic and difficult decisions in pursuing recovery efforts.

Key Responsibilities:
• Contact customers by phone, email, text message and other written correspondence regarding past due accounts and other related matters
• Work with customers to bring accounts current, using established practices (term modifications) and innovative solutions (taking additional collateral, personal or real property)
• Perform and understand various searches and due diligence (i.e. credit bureaus, buyouts, asset comparables, financial statements, etc.)
• Handle and/or assist with recovery efforts of secured assets
• Retain and correspond with third-party servicers incidental to recovery efforts (bailiffs, remarketers, vendors, auctioneers, skip tracers, third-party collection agencies, etc.)
• Make recommendations to your Director as well as other senior management on the best course of action
• Process delinquent files into default status
• Save meticulous notes and related documents using our file management software
• Other tasks as may be requested

The Account Solutions and Asset Management Analyst must have a strong attention to detail and the ability to work well under pressure and tight deadlines. The candidate should have very strong negotiation skills, experience reading credit bureaus and other financial statements. The ability to handle challenging and difficult conversations with customers is a must and a necessary ingredient for success. A positive and professional attitude with the ability to work well both in a team environment as well as individually is crucial.
The successful candidate must be organized and accurate. Strong written and oral communication skills are required and proficiency in Microsoft Office is a must.

• A University or college degree in a business-related field is preferred
• At least 2-5 years of work experience in a similar role is required
• Bilingualism in English and French is considered an asset
• Knowledge of the leasing or finance industry is also considered an asset

Interested applicants should forward their cover letter and resume to

Job Title: Junior Credit Analyst
Job Type: Contract
Reporting to:  Director of Credit, Credit

This contract position reports to the Director of Credit. The candidate will be responsible for small ticket set up and credit adjudication up to $25,000 and making recommendations regarding deal acceptance, pricing and deal structure. The candidate will also be responsible for working with our broker partners on each approval until such time as the deal closes. Each credit is unique and presents an opportunity to create a custom structured approval, within defined guidelines. The Junior Credit Analyst is also required to maintain acceptable default and loss standards as determined by the Bennington senior management team. In addition, the Junior Analyst will assist with vendor approvals and credit packages.

The successful candidate must have a minimum of 1.5 years of direct/indirect credit analysis experience, ideally in in the Leasing or Mortgage sectors. They must have knowledge of Canadian lease structures and leasing processes, have the ability to read and interpret financial statements and have an attention to accuracy and detail. Incumbents must be willing and able to find a solution with a can do attitude, learn and adapt quickly and remain calm under pressure in a deadline oriented environment. Candidates should be able to effectively manage competing priorities and timelines, interact effectively with internal and external customers, and work independently without direct supervision. Applicants need to be proficient in Word, Excel, LeaseWave and be able to learn new systems quickly.

A university or college degree with a main subject area in Business or Finance is preferred (or equivalent relevant experience). Bilingualism in English and French is an asset. Enrollment in CCP program will be given preference.

Interested applicants should forward their cover letter and resume to

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