The current structure of SSC is now during the process of turning into professional GBS (Global Business Services).
Main job responsibilities:
- Proactive collection of cash from overdue debtors,
- Conduct credit analysis on customers,
- Issue customer statements and dunning letters,
- Resolve customers' queries around outstanding invoices,
- Review provisions for bad debt,
- Escalate accounts where appropriate to litigation,
- Support the team and department in the delivery of team and company objectives.
- Involve in audit queries,
- Ad hoc requests from Supervisor,
- Deliver service in line with agreed controls, policies and procedures.
Join us if you have:
- Minimum 2 years of experience with credit control or accounts receivable department, preferably from Shared Services,
- Fluent English is a must,
- Good knowledge of Microsoft Office tools and particularly MS Excel,
- Confident communicator with a strong and effective telephone manner,
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills,
- The ability to work under pressure and to deadlines,
- Positive attitude with a flexible approach,
- International mind-set,
- Ability to build and establish a good working relationship within the organization,
- Experience in working towards targets.
If you possess the required competencies and are ready to join a team of passionate individuals, send us your application.
For more information about our Shared Service Centre go to: PANDORA Shared Services.
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