Title Clerk (Part Time)

Job Scope
Process titles for vehicles sold through auction to include data verification and review for compliance with applicable title regulations.
Key Responsibilities
Review vehicle titles for accuracy and completeness to include VIN, odometer reading and release of liens
Verify acceptance of title in state for which it is filed
Confirm negotiability of title document and report any title discrepancies
Interact with customers, dealers and representatives of regulatory agencies in resolution of title issues
Coordinate price adjustment between buyer and seller if required
Maintain current knowledge of DMV regulations regarding vehicle titles for each state in which vehicles are processed
Pay drafts for incoming titles on bank payable draft lists
Perform other job related duties as directed by supervisor

Education & Specialized Knowledge
High School Diploma or equivalent
Working of title processing and applicable state regulations regarding vehicle titles
Skill in problem solving and communications
Basic computer usage skills
Experience 2 or more years in auction or automobile sales support or work within state department of motor vehicles

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