Accounts Receivable Administrator (Hybrid - 25k - Lurgan)

Job Description

A leading manufacturing business are keen to secure a talented Accounts Receivable Administrator to join their team on an initial interim contract basis. This role is offering a hybrid working approach for the successful candidate.

Salary/ Benefits

In order to attract the very best talent on the market a generous remuneration package is on offer based on experience plus a range of benefits including:

  • £20,000 - £25,000
  • Supportive working environment
  • Opportunities for progression and career development
  • Hybrid working from home and office working model


A recognisable manufacturing business based in Lurgan are recruiting for an Accounts Receivable to join them on an initial interim contract. The organisation is currently going through a period of transition and it is an exciting time to join.

Reporting to the Credit Control Manager, the Accounts Receivable Administrator will be responsible for carrying out various task related to the overall billing, disputes credit reviews and AR processing.

The Ideal Person

If you are an Accounts Receivable Administrator and keen to join a progressive organisation:

  • Comfortable working at high volume
  • 2 years' experience working in a credit control department
  • Good interpersonal skills
  • Experience of a large ERP system (SAP desirable)


As an Accounts Receivable Administrator, you will:

  • Receipt and allocation of cash
  • Customer account maintenance
  • Review and process customer claims
  • Escalate debt issues

For further information on this vacancy, or any other Accountancy & Finance job in Belfast or wider Northern Ireland, please apply via the link below or contact Ethan Boylan in the strictest confidence.

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