Cash Store Financial is driven by a dynamic workforce, a performance-based culture, and a commitment to strong business fundamentals. Cash Store Financial employs 2,400 associates nationwide and new opportunities arise frequently in every corner of the country. Here are a few of our success stories.
Regional Manager, Region 22, St. John’s, Newfoundland
In 2004, Kim was hired as the Branch Manager of our very first Cash Store in Newfoundland. In her years with the Company Kim says that she has seen a lot of changes and she is proud to be a part of an ever evolving company. Her hard work and determination led to her promotion in 2006 as Regional Manager for Region 22.
“Great customer service is what Cash Store Financial prides itself on and great customer service is why we are successful!”
General Manager of Training, Corporate Office, Edmonton, Alberta
Renee started with the Company in 2001 as a Financial Customer Service Representative at branch C16 in Edmonton, Ab. In 2003 she was promoted to Branch Manager. During this time she dedicated herself to training new associates within the region which later became known as the Coach Program. Renee then spearheaded the production of the Company's first training manual. Her dedication and hard work on this project led to her promotion to National Training Manager in 2004. Over the years, she moved up through various General Manager positions and in 2010, she was appointed General Manager of Training.
"Our Company values, concentrated focus on customer service and a truly innovative approach to the business makes Cash Store Financial one of the most inspiring environments I've ever worked in. My favourite part of the job is that I have the opportunity to work with many talented individuals throughout all levels of the organization. Many of whom, develop people without realizing they do so."
Divisional Vice President - Division 2 Winnipeg, Manitoba
Carrie started with the Company in 2001 as a Financial Customer Service Representative at branch C13 in Winnipeg. In 2002, she was promoted to Branch Manager and took on extra responsibilities such as collections training in the Western Provinces. This led to her promotion to Regional Manager in 2005. In 2011, Carrie accepted a well-deserved promotion to Divisional Vice President.
“The caliber of people we have with us is inspiring and it pushes me to work harder. Great people are what make this Company successful. Without each and every single person we would not be where we are today. It's exciting to think about the future of our company and the opportunities that lie ahead for existing associates."