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Accounts Receivable Collector - Logistics

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We have a fantastic opportunity for a part time Accounts Receivable Collector to join the finance team of a leading global Logistics Company based in Stratford.
The ideal candidate will have key skills including Accounts Receivable, Credit Control (Europe), EMEA, SAP, and an Accounting Qualification. If this is you, then we’d love to hear from you.
The purpose of this role is to maintain a dedicated portfolio of credit customers for the business. To perform collection follow-up actions to ensure customers settle the outstanding within the agreed payment terms. Ensuring the system is up to date with proper collection Status Codes. Assisting and supporting the UK Accountant, the Europe Financial Reporting Manager and the EMEA Finance Head in AR related aspects of financial and management accounting and reporting.

- Performs collection calls to customers whereby the aged debt is being discussed to collect within the agree payment terms.
- Ensures these customer on obligation have a valid and up-to-date Collection status code in the receivables system (SAP AR)
- Forwards and coordinates all customer queries within the organization (high level of admin and communication skills are the key driver)
- Minimizes bad debt exposure through consistent collections
- Monitor accounts to identify overdue payments and outstanding debts
- Investigate historical data for each debt or bill process refunds
- Resolve billing and customer credit issues
- Liaise with cashier team to identify the details of the incoming payments and ensure correct fund allocation
- Update account status records and collection efforts
- Report on collection activity and accounts receivable status
- Performs any other ad-hoc supporting tasks as assigned by the management

Minimal Skills Required

- Some experience as a Collection Specialist or similar role
- Knowledge of billing procedures and collection techniques is advantageous
- Working knowledge of MS Office and databases
- Comfortable working with targets
- Patience and ability to manage stress
- Excellent communication skills (written and oral)
- Skilled in negotiation
- Problem-solving skills

This part-time permanent contract role of approximately 21 hours a week (ideally everyday but working approx. 4 hours a day) is paying a salary of approx. £16,800 based on a salary of approx. £28,000 (full-time equivalent)

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