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Credit Acceptance Corporation

Credit Acceptance (NASDAQ: CACC) is a 1,300+ employee, Michigan-based indirect finance company with 2013 operating revenues of $682M.Founded in 1972, Credit Acceptance works with car dealers nationwide to enable them to sell vehicles to customers on credit, regardless of their credit history. The company’s motto, “We Change Lives!” speaks to team members’ pride in their ability to make a difference in the lives of dealers and customers alike.

We offer a great work environment, awesome team members, competitive benefits, progressive career opportunities, a casual dress code and we work hard to ensure every team member is empowered to work to their fullest potential.  If you align with our values and demonstrate PRIDE (Positive, Respectful, Insightful, Direct and Earnest) in your work, we would love to hear from you!




Benefits

At Credit Acceptance we are committed to providing benefit plans that are comprehensive and competitive. Full time team members are eligible for most benefits on the first day of the month after their start date.

Benefits include:

  • Comprehensive Medical
  • Vision and Dental Insurance 
  • 401(k) retirement savings plan with a Company match of 100% on the first 1% and an additional 50% up to the next 5% 
  • Company paid basic life insurance with an option to purchase additional coverage 
  • Company paid short and long-term disability coverage 
  • Paid time off

Core Values

People who thrive in our organization share these values, feel ownership for our mission, and have a passion for change.  We strive to hire people who bring five core ‘PRIDE’ qualities to work every day: 

P
ositive:
Maintain a positive attitude by focusing on solutions and promoting a collaborative and enjoyable environment.

R
espectful:
Value teamwork, share successes, appreciate others and communicate in a way that promotes trust.

I
nsightful:
Make timely well considered decisions, create innovative solutions and continuously learn.

D
irect:
Communicate clearly and objectively; don’t be afraid of difficult conversations. Raise concerns through the proper channels.

Earnest:

Be honest, sincere and consistent. Work hard and pursue our goals together relentlessly.