The Floor Plan Inspector is primarily responsible for reconciling all dealer inventory and titles (when applicable) of pledged security on commercial dealer floor plan loans. The purpose is to make sure inventory pledged is on the dealer lot and ready for sale.
•Schedule and perform monthly, or upon request, floor plan inspections on all bank dealers that have pledged inventory.
•Serves as the Bank’s representative with all Dealer clients. Must have ability to demonstrate a professional demeanor at all times and maintain a positive relationship with Dealer staff.
•Ensure site inspection schedule reflects rotation of scheduled visit to particular dealer in order not to create consistent pattern of visit.
•Obtain from the Loan Operations area, data necessary to prepare report of the inventory spreadsheets/documents needed to perform inspections.
•Onsite with dealer, reconcile report data with inventory on the lot.
•Identify discrepancies found during inspection and communicate to discuss action items or resolution. If material discrepancy, contact from dealer site, appropriate Bank internal Account Officer to discuss and make aware of.
•Work closely with direct supervisor and/or Commercial Banker liaison to dealers to reconcile any discrepancies found during inspections.
•If discrepancy is not material and does not pose a financial risk, note the discrepancy when returning to the office on report provided to the Credit and Account Officer.Meet with dealer appointed staff to reconcile missing units, titles, and exceptions.
High School diploma or equivalent required, Bachelor’s degree preferred
•Proficiency in Microsoft Office Products required
•Minimum of 2 years of prior professional working experience required
•Prior working experience in an operational role of the automobile industry is a plus
•Ability to demonstrate a high level of professionalism, interpersonal skills to work effectively with others
•Excellent written and verbal communication skills required
•Strong focus on integrity based on solid ethics and values
•Ability to work independently and unsupervised
•Ability to demonstrate dependability and to travel daily within the work day to site visits.
•Relationship building and management
Essential Functions: (Identify physical functions required to perform position, see examples below)
•Sitting/standing/walking for extended periods of time.
•Sufficient dexterity of hands and fingers to efficiently operate a computer keyboard, mouse and other computer components.
•Ability to converse and exchange information with all levels of senior management staff within organization.
•Ability to observe, perceive, identify, and translate data
•Ability to travel via air, rail, automobile and/or bus.