Auction Support Team- Part-time Coordinator

Auction.com is the nation's leading online real estate marketplace focused exclusively on the sale of residential bank-owned and foreclosure properties via online auctions and live trustee sale events. By offering access to exclusive properties and technology designed to seamlessly connect buyers and sellers, Auction.com empowers residential real estate investors and financial institutions to achieve optimal, mutually beneficial results - to go beyond the bid.
Job Summary:
The Auction Coordinator will work at our auction events and have interaction with winning bidders, customers and the general public!
Various Days and hours, working 1 - 3 days a week.
Job Requirements:
Provide exemplary customer service through customer engagement
Educate customers about various opportunities including how our auctions work, website resources, financing options, etc.
Participate in auction events, webinars, and seminars
Register bidders, audit information, work with contracts, and verify funds received
Data Entry of information into Auction.com proprietary software program
Provide information & quality assurance
Be able to scan documents
Intermediate Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook skills
Be detail-oriented, organized have great follow through in a fast paced work environment
Assist with set-up and tear down of gear and lift up to 50 pounds when needed
Must be able to stand for long hours and work outside in all weather conditions
Must have own transportation
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