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Job Title
Credit & Collections Administrator
Job Description
The Credit and Collections Administrator will understand the basic functions of Credit and Collections including reviewing and approving credit limits, prompt collection and reconciliation of all receivables. This role will work with internal teams to problem solve and/or coordinate needs to ensure revenue is properly booked. Responsible for bringing system and process issues to the attention of the Credit/AR Manager and give input on a solution. Responsible for prioritizing the workload so that time is managed efficiently.
Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
-Account reconciliations and collection
-Analysis of customer financial statements for credit limit and term
-Problem Solve - be able to understand and assist with any issue regarding payments, or reconciliations. Know who to contact for assistance or approval for variations to standards. Provide timely, thorough follow up to ensure resolution.
-Communication/Customer Service - provide prompt, accurate responses to inquires and requests for help whether in writing or over the phone in a professional manner.
-Establish/Build Relationships - Establish and build relationships with internal personnel and create ongoing relationships that ensure effective teaming and efficient business.
Required Skills:
-Must be able to work in a fast paced - at times stressful - environment
-Ability to understand priority needs of the company and adjust when directed
-Good written and verbal communication skills
-Self-motivated and be able to demonstrate initiative
-Strong attention to details
-Proficient with Windows, Excel and Word
-Basic Accounting Knowledge
-Ability to read, interpret and analyze financial data
-Must be able to read and interpret instructions, policy, procedures, program information, etc.
-Must be able to work independently and manage multiple projects
-Ability to problem solve
Education/
Experience:
-High school graduate required
-College degree preferred
-AR/Credit experience required


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