outside account coordinator must monitor and expedite each vehicle in their
respective inventory throughout the entire life cycle/sale process. From the
moment a vehicle arrives and is checked in, until the vehicle is either sold or
removed from inventory, it is the outside account coordinators responsibility
to know the location and status of every unit. The outside account coordinator
must also constantly communicate and work with their Inside Lease/Repo
Coordinators to help with any administrative issues regarding their accounts.
all new inventories as soon as it is registered.
each vehicles immediate destination (inventory, mechanic shop, body shop,
vehicles with specific instructions ad details for drivers and shops.
by sharing lists and/or spreadsheets with each department involved in
expediting vehicles as well as the Inside Lease/Repo Coordinator.
and communicate on all transportation of inventory with extreme sense of
internal reports to insure accuracy and transparency throughout the sale cycle
(CR’s to be completed, Marked and Found, Inventory, To Be Cleaned).
all requirements with specific accounts based on their individual guidelines
while maintaining communication and fulfilling requests of Account/Bank
that every vehicle cycle is complete and vehicle is properly cleaned and on
spot by the end of Monday prior to Wednesday’s sale.
for quality and accuracy during every step of the process.
other duties as assigned by management.
Account Coordinators should have a thorough understanding of all auction
must be able to work on and navigate several computer programs as well as
Account Coordinators must also have automotive knowledge (dealerships or
valid driver’s license is required.
to perform repetitive tasks; manual dexterity
Account Coordinators spend the majority of their time outside.
may be on their feet for several hours daily.
are required to work in all weather conditions (rain, sleet, snow, heat, etc.)
heavy lifting is required such as lifting and carrying a jump box.
motor vehicles on lot and off of the lot