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Credit Controller

EB-22
  • £27989 + Benefits: Hybrid, Free Parking + other great benefits
  • Eastleigh, South East,
  • Contract
Credit Controller (6 Month Fixed Term Contract)
Location: Chandlers Ford
Salary: -  £27,989 per annum
Hours Per Week: 37.5
 
Job Description
Main Responsibilities:
 
In this role, you will be responsible for maintaining proactive contact with customers by phone and email to ensure timely payment in accordance with authorised payment terms and targets.
You will ensure credit limits are adhered to and conduct credit limit reviews.
 
  • Promptly identify, record, and follow up on customer queries with internal colleagues to ensure resolution.
  • Ensure accounts are fully up to date, reconciled as required, and perform regular housekeeping.
  • Monitor contracts, adhere to credit status strictly, and monitor risk through credit reference agencies.
  • Drive down aged debt and improve overall DSO figures, addressing customer queries promptly and efficiently.
  • Produce debtors reports and present results as scheduled; review and release contracts on hold in a timely manner.
  • Assist with sales administration and support other members of the credit control team.
 
Qualifications & Skills:
Essential:
 
  • Good written and verbal professional communication and customer service skills
  • Credit Control Experience
  • Strong attention to detail and focus
  • Self-motivated individual
  • Proven ability to multitask, with excellent prioritisation skills
  • Logical and thorough approach to problem-solving
  • Proficient in MS Office
  • Intermediate Excel skills
  • Ability to work proactively as a team member
 
Preferred:
 
  • Proven history of hands-on Accounting experience in accounts receivable
 
Please submit your CV and cover letter to by applying here or contact Emma in the Eastleigh office
Emma Brotherton Operations Manager 023 8000 2315

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