Credit Controller (Hybrid, Moira, Flexibility)

Job Description

Credit controller (Hybrid, Moira, Career progression)
Are you looking for a new opportunity in Credit Control with a leading manufacturing and distribution centre? This could be the perfect role for you, offering flexibility and career progression.

What's in it for you?

  • Excellent in-house training and development opportunities
  • Competitive salary up to £26k DOE
  • Hybrid
  • 22 days holiday plus stats

About your next employer
VANRATH is delighted to be working with a large manufacturing organisation as they recruit for a Credit Controller to join their established finance function. The successful Credit Controller will join a team and report to the Credit Control manager. The Credit Controller will be responsible for communicating with clients to ensure all outstanding invoices are settled within a timely manner. Our client offers fantastic opportunities for you to progress your career.

About you
We are looking for a confident individual who is a self-starter with the ability to work on their own initiative. As a Credit Controller you will need to meet the following criteria:

  • Strong attention to detail, with a high levels of accuracy
  • Strong communication skills, both verbal and written
  • A pro-active individual with a positive attitude
  • Can adapt positively to change.
  • Delivering to deadlines, bring a team player and aiding team members
  • Ability to progress in a busy commercial environment
  • Experience with Microsoft packages, Word and Outlook
  • Intermediate excel skills to include v-lookups and pivot tables
  • At least 1 years' Credit Control experience.
  • Experience of general accounting procedures, knowledge and understanding of regulatory standards & compliance requirements.

What you'll do
As a Credit Controller your responsibilities will include:

  • Pursuit all outstanding invoices/ payments and settle them by the required date
  • Provided reports when requested for senior stake holders
  • Reconcile payments and accounts with clients
  • Manage and handle refunds
  • Monthly/Ad hoc arrears meetings with clients
  • General administration tasks for clients
  • Review and manage bank reconciliations
  • Address relevant teams about account queries over invoice disputes
  • Provide collection reports to clients
  • General ad hoc duties

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 Chanel Gillen in the strictest confidence.
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