Credit Control Administrator £25,000

Page Personnel Finance
City of London, London
17 Jul 2017
16 Aug 2017
Contract Type
Full Time

This role, Credit Control Administrator (£25,000), is an exciting opportunity for a candidate with some Credit Control exposure to work in a role assisting a team of 4. It is working for a prestigious law firm and will be based in the City of London.

Client Details

Our client are a well known law firm specifically looking to take on someone at the start of their career and develop them into a Credit Controller.

They are a team of 4 needing support with credit administration.


This role, Credit Control Administrator (£25,000), involves:

  • Arrange for clients queries to be resolved in an efficient and timely manner.
  • Chase outstanding debts by Telephone, E-mail and Letter.
  • Work in connection with the Cashiers departments for accurate allocation of payments.
  • Ensure precise records are posted to ARCS and that the diary system is fully utilised.
  • Provide information to Credit Controller Manager for regular departmental meetings.
  • Role is to generally provide support for the Credit Control team, to chase certain debts dependent on age and value at certain times of the month - accountancy
  • Filing and other ad-hoc duties
  • Responsibility for the group email


The successful candidate will have:

  • Credit control experience is preferred; however we would consider candidates without Credit Control experience as long as they have office experience within a professional services environment.
  • Working knowledge of ARCS/Aderant Expert/ 2G is preferred but not compulsory.
  • Intermediate Excel skills and a good working knowledge of other MS packages.
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Good organisational skills.
  • Forward thinking and able to use initiative.
  • Able to communicate in a clear and professional manner.
  • Team player
  • Accountancy knowledge

Job Offer

This role, Credit Control Administrator (£25,000), is an exciting opportunity to work in the City of London, and for a candidate to progress.