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Credit Control

This role is focused on assisting with ensuring proper control over credit facilities extended to customers and to ensure that elinquent accounts are regularised as soon as possible.

Major Responsibilities & Accountabilities:
  • Establishes and maintains effective work relationships with new and existing customers through a high degree of professionalism and excellent interpersonal/communication skills
  • Approves customers’ orders in line with the approved credit and litigation policy
  • Follows up to ensure that requests for credit notes are processed, approved and forwarded to customers
  • Liaises with salespersons and ensures that they have all the relevant documentation and support required to effectively liaise with Customers regarding payments on account
  • Contacts customers, collectors and sales representatives to follow up on outstanding collections and payments
  • Assists the Credit and Collections Manager in the preparation of weekly/monthly reports as required
  • Assists in the preparation of monthly credit meeting reports and the maintenance of trackers and minutes resulting from such
  • Executes the dishonoured cheques policy as documented in the approved credit and litigation policy, including preparation of weekly reports and reconciliations as required
  • Reconciliation of various accounts including sub-ledgers to the General ledger
  • Executes the in depth clean-up of Customer accounts on VAI
  • Administers to queries from sales staff, customers and the warehouse, ensuring adequate research and solutions are administered on a timely basis, by making adjustments to accounts as needed including contra adjustments, journals and write offs.
  • Arranges for the collection of customers’ payments and advises the Collectors accordingly
  • Ensure there are no Cash /COD or PDC invoices outstanding by daily follow up on these items
  • Advises Van Sales staff on terms of invoices as required
  • Maintains an efficient filing system to allow for easy retrieval and processing
Knowledge & Experience:
  • Post-secondary Accounting qualifications: CAT / Level I ACCA / CIMA or equivalent
  • A minimum of three (3) years’ experience in a similar role
  • Knowledge of an Accounting software package
  • Strong proficiency in Microsoft Office applications
Key Competencies:
  • Excellent numerical and analytical skills
  • Excellent attention to detail
  • Strong organisation and administrative skills
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills
  • Must be flexible, honest and reliable
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