Well established, dynamic, friendly, supportive and forward thinking.
This is a tremendous opportunity to get into a company that really values and develops its employees and promotes a truly friendly employee-centric environment.
The role is Credit Controller within a small finance department where you will be proactively involved in all sales ledger activities connected with multiple companies within the group. You will input and despatch sales invoices, collect customer debts, investigate and resolve internal and external queries, post receipts and maintain records of communications on internal systems.
In addition to the above you will provide key account payment dates for the purpose of cash flow forecasting, maintain records of specific customer payment dates, monitor payment performance, up-date management reports, co-ordinate BACS and cheque refunds, assist the audit and tax fieldwork so as to provide evidence and explanations and support the finance department with other tasks as required.
You will be confident and able to work naturally as part of a close-knit team. You will ideally have experience of working in a credit control role within a finance department but candidates with customer service experience or administrative experience with a customer service element who wish to move into credit control will be considered. You will need excellent attention to detail, a sound understanding of MS Office (particularly Excel and Outlook) be friendly and have a willing ‘can do’ and get the job done attitude.
You will be flexible, have an excellent telephone manner (client contact) and be quick to assimilate new information, you will also want to learn and develop. A good level of education is essential, (at least 5 grade A-C GCSE’s including Maths and English) and knowledge of a CRM package and/or accounting software such as Sage or NAV would be an advantage although it’s not essential. You will be expected to complete a credit management course which will be fully funded by the company. You will also need a full UK driving licence. Other key elements are that you have very good communication skills, a positive attitude a good sense of humour and an excellent work ethic.
The salary is £19,000 (rising to £21,000 per annum upon completion of a 6-month probationary period) with a bonus that can add up to 10% to the basic salary and there are excellent benefits.
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