Posted: Friday, July 22, 2022. 9:54 a.m. CST.
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By Ruben Morales Iglesias: The St. Martin Credit Union (SMCU) seeks the services of an experienced and qualified Bailiff.
SMCU said Process Server/Bailiff will handle court cases for the credit union and provide bailiff services for the collection of delinquent loans.
“The applicant must be familiar with all applicable laws and regulations governing the service of process and must have a clean criminal record,” SMCU said. “This individual will work closely with our recovery officer and will report directly to the General Manager.”
SMCU expects the Bailiff to represent the credit union in court, file court documents and follow court proceedings, follow up on court payments and collection of delinquent members, assist with foreclosure proceedings, provide timely reports on court cases and provides bailiff services to recover defaulted loans.
The St Martin Credit Union also stated that the successful candidate, in addition to being knowledgeable about legal and foreclosure proceedings, should be able to work independently, speak English and Spanish, have a valid driver’s license and possess a means of transportation, three years minimum experience, have a good network, and should be able to handle difficult members professionally and calmly.
Applications, including cover letter, resume, three reference letters, and copy of social security card, should be submitted by Friday, August 5.
Applications should be sent by email to [email protected] or by direct mail to the Managing Director, Saint Martin’s Credit Union, Cor. Eve and Church Street, Town of San Ignacio, Cayo District
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