A contract opportunity has become available for an experienced Credit Officer, for a large and well known commercial organisation. Away from the hustle and bustle of the city, this role is based in the inner northern suburbs of Brisbane, where onsite parking will be provided. Reporting directly to the Credit Team Leader, the successful candidate will be required to commence immediately for this role, with the assignment going until the end of September 2021 at this stage, with a posibility for a futher extension.
The key responsibilities of this role are:
Monitor and control payments made by customers past the due date
Negotiate with customers who are outside of agreed credit facility terms for the purposes of releasing an order for supply of goods, in line with the Australian credit policy guidelines, including negotiating repayment plans
Coordinate supply offers/orders with Accounts Receivable Supervisors where supply will be disrupted by a breech to the credit terms, in line with the Australian credit policy guidelines
Provide feedback to the Accounts Receivable Supervisors in relation to potential risks identified through the collections process
Adhere to collections process guidelines and timetables
Drive continuous improvement culture to ensure the most up-to-date best practice is being employed in the collections process, in line with the Australian credit policy guidelines
Negotiate repayment plans for customers unable to remove the barriers to supply through reducing credit terms breeches
Take credit card payments over the phone
Actively present and endorse Credit team culture, actively driving positive team interactions and service levels
The requirements of this role are:
Successful completion of Year 12
High level of experience collecting out of terms debt in a corporate credit environment
High level of experience in negotiation and resolution of customer issues and/or complaints at an advanced level
Worked a high volume/live set of customer accounts
Understanding of Australian insurance regulations
Understanding of credit contracts and other debt related laws and regulations
Ability to problem solve
Ability to work to deadlines and have a high level of compliance to laws, regulations and internal policy
High level of people skills
Ability to negotiate to a win-win outcome
Ability to understand basic accounting concepts
High level of written and oral communication
Ability to actively drive/endorse a culture of team unity and high performance
To apply, please follow the link and submit your resume today for consideration. If you meet the requirements above and are available to commence immediately, please contact Carmina Darmanin, along with your resume .
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Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply.
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