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3 days ago

District Manager

TItleMax Chicago, IL

TMX Finance LLC and Affiliates District Manager State of Illinois The TMX Finance family of companies ('TMX Finance') is one of the largest… TItleMax


3 days ago

Bilingual Store Manager

TItleMax Oak Lawn, IL

TMX Finance LLC and Affiliates Positioned for the Future Bilingual Store Manager Earn up to $45K! Oak Lawn, IL The TMX Finance family of… TItleMax


15 days ago

General Manager

TItleMax Schaumburg, IL

TMX Finance LLC and Affiliates General Manager Earn $40K to $150K! Schaumburg, Illinois The TMX Finance family of companies (“TMX… TItleMax


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    An easy way for a motivated individual to make a great salary

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    • Work/Life Balance
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    Current Employee - General Manager in Chicago, IL
    Current Employee - General Manager in Chicago, IL

    I have been working at TitleMax

    Pros

    The hours are amazing! All stores close at 7 on weekdays, only 10-4 on Saturday and closed Sunday! Managers work a schedule of 1 week you work 5 and a half days, (every other Saturday) the week after u work 4 days a week. Work\life balance hello! So this week I'm off Sunday, Tuesday, Saturday. Then Sunday I'm off as well, then that week I work thro Saturday. If your from retail this is a dream come true. Not to mention the workload is NOTHING compared to retail. So your only managing a staff of up to 3 ppl. And I'll be honest, this job is so easy a monkey could do it so u can hire people u really enjoy being around who are reliable. <-- uh huh. I said it. This job is simply data entry and customer calling. If u have complaints about this job, your 1 confused individual :)

    Cons

    It's hard to say there is any. About once a week we do field visits where you send ur employees to customers houses who we cant get in contact with who haven't paid. They get paid for mileage graciously. Then they ring the doorbell and ask if "they've been ok" cuz we haven't heard from them. They ask if they want to speak w the general manager and hand them the store cell phone. This part of the job when I first started made me nervous. But all these ppl u visit become friends so it's not an uncomfortable situation and they never answer their door anyway. And when they do they know who we are and usually invite us in which we cant do but you get the point. Plus, It's an office job w lots of sitting. Bring your coffee maker.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    My DMs have PERSONALITY. They are not scared to have fun and let their guard down. thank god for titlemax

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