Responsible for chasing outstanding invoices to the company and plays a vital role in the cash-flow of the organisation ensuring credit given to customers is monitored and controlled effectively.
Handle the collection of finances and the resolution of account queries; raise sales invoice and credit notes.
Maintain close links with all customers, to ensure smooth running of accounts and encourage timely recovery of payments.
Ensure timely and effective collection of all debts and customers payments.
Collect payments directly from customers.
Keep records of payments accurate and updated.
Check customer’s credit ratings with banks.
Manage debt recovery.
Negotiate re-payment plans.
Chase debt by telephone and email and reduce debtor days.
Initiate legal procedures if debts are still not paid following initial action.
Process and generate reminder letters and monthly statements.
Ensure that all major accounts work to agreed order to cash cycle.
Post and allocate daily receipts to accounting systems.
Investigate and resolve queries relating to non-payment of invoices.
Resolve queries both internally and externally around outstanding invoices
Provide accounts information to internal departments.
Daily and month end reporting and account reconciliations.
Work hard to achieve strict monthly and annually collections targets.
Report immediately all incidents, accidents, unsafe condition to the immediate supervisor.
Protect environment, operate on a clean basis, and achieve sustainable development.
Accountable for own health and safety and do not put others at risk in the course of work performance.
Comply with company policies and procedures at all times.
Perform other duties as assigned.
Proven accounting background essential.
Bachelor in Accounting degree or related finance field essential.
Masters/MBA in Finance preferred but not essential.
At least 5 years of experience in a similar role with strong knowledge of accounting principles, practices, techniques, and theories of financial reporting and internal control.
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