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Credit Controller - 12 Month FTC

Job Description

A national manufacturing business on the outskirts of Belfast require a Credit Controller to join their team on a 12 month FTC. Are you comfortable working on a high-volume ledger, ensuring aged debt is kept to a minimum?

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:

  • £24,000 - £27,000
  • Immediate start
  • Joining a successful team
  • Hybrid working model


VANRATH are delighted to be working with a successful manufacturing business in Belfast who currently require an experienced Credit Controller to join their team. This role is initially being recruited to assist with an increase in workload and will have the opportunity to become a permanent post.

Reporting to the Credit Manager, the successful candidate will be responsible for managing the aged debt of the business, ensuring all outstanding monies are recovered in a timely and professional manner. Individuals with strong communication skills are essential for this role as there will be a large volume of customer contact required to complete it successfully. If you are a confident individual who has previous experience of reducing debt levels, this could be the perfect role for you.

Interviewing immediately.

The Ideal Person

If you've 2+ years' experience working in a Credit Control role and are available at short notice:

  • Credit Control experience
  • Strong communication skills
  • Excellent IT skills
  • Ability to work in a team environment


As a Credit Controller you will:

  • Contact customers regarding overdue accounts
  • Proactively engage with customers
  • Handle incoming payments and allocate to correct accounts
  • Monitor and manage credit limits and terms

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 Dan Morgan in the strictest confidence