Credit Control - Temporary

40000 - 50000 per year Temporary Dublin North
14/05/2019 Ref: 2392
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An Irish professional body, based in Smithfield, have asked Barden to assist in identifying a Credit Controller to join their finance team on a temporary basis. Reporting to the Finance Manager, this role will be responsible for the accounts receivable and credit control function for all companies within the group.

ABOUT THE ROLE

As a member’s key point of contact within finance, the successful candidate should have the ability to prioritize and manage a challenging workload whilst maintaining a high level of customer service. The key day to day activities will include:

  • Responsible for billing of all services including annual subscriptions, monthly services and rents;
  • Dealing with members queries in both a timely, approachable and professional manner;
  • Accepting payments in person, over the phone and by post including managing the collection of direct debits;
  • Reporting on Aged Debtors and proactively manage debt collection;
  • Attendance at Library sub-committee meetings and complete follow up actions;
  • Preparation of bad debt provision in conjunction with Finance Manager;
  • Assist in ad hoc duties within the finance department as required.

ABOUT THE PERSON

  • Must have 5 years’ relevant experience;
  • A strong team player but be able to work on own initiative when required;
  • Be able to work to tight deadlines with excellent written and verbal communication skills and people skills;
  • Excellent knowledge of Microsoft Office Systems especially MS Excel and MS Word and knowledge of an accounts package would be an advantage.

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