Accounts Receivable for the Northern Beaches
$60000 / annum
July 24, 2018
Finance and accounting
Our client is a growing, dynamic company with an excellent opportunity for an Accounts Receivable (A/R) professional. The business is experiencing rapid expansion and needs a self-starter to join the accounting team! You will begin as a temporary employee with the opportunity for conversion into a full-time position.
You will be processing full-cycle Accounts Receivable. In this position, you will enter, post and reconcile batches, research and resolve customer A/R issues, prepare aging report, place billing and collection calls, maintain cash receipts journal, update, and reconcile sub-ledger to G/L. You will be responsible for credit controlling. You have experience in working with a trade credit insurance system.
This will be a temporary role for 3 months.
Your Skills & Experience
- Outstanding relevant experience in Accounts Receivable (3y+ experience)
- Very dynamic
- Strong Excel skills.
- Experience with multiple ERP systems
- The creative flair to help resolve client payment issues and assist in setting up payment plans.
You have brilliant time management skills and the motivation to work independently. As a great collaborator you are able to partner with colleagues in related departments, offering creative insights into managing client balances. You have the confidence to negotiate with clients and the business insights to offer workable suggestions for accounts falling into arrears. You relish a challenge and the opportunity to bring your eye for detail and exceptional experience to a growth-focused company.
What's on offer?
- A dynamic and exciting role with exposure to a wide variety of clients.
- The variety of a role where each day brings fresh challenges and the chance to work on special projects.
- The support of an impressive, highly energized team.
Robert Half Ltd is committed to equal opportunity and we value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of categories protected under local law