Credit and Collections Team Lead

50000 - 60000 per year Permanent Cork City
31/07/2020 Ref: 3477
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Barden have been asked by our client to help them to identify an experienced Credit and Collections Team Lead to lead a team of experienced specialists.

This company, while not itself a household brand is a leading supplier to the market and your role and works with many instantly recognisable brands. 

As part of this role, you will have a lot of input in decision making and process improvements across a large Credit Control and Collections function and will be leading and motivating a large team.

You will also be making key strategic decisions on recruitment, staff development and empowerment on this team.


  • People Management- Leading, training, providing guidance and direction to your team members
  • Manage and lead processes to operate as efficiently as possible and to have these to be scalable for the future
  • Have a mindset for continuous improvement, bringing fresh ideas to increase efficiency and improve processes.
  • Maintain corporate credit policy & develop strong relationships with Key Customers
  • Applying strong systems knowledge to improve efficiencies
  • Interacting and collaborating with the other key finance managers and internal stakeholders across the company 
  • Enhance the process associated with approval and monitoring of credit limits for customers
  • You will be the key decision maker on recruitment, promotions, role developments on your team


  • Strong Management experience including a genuine enjoyment of people management
  • Strategic leadership experience within a key function of a business
  • Excellent presentation skills
  • Experience with customer negotiations
  • Strong process knowledge across Credit Control and Collections functions


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