Credit and Receivables Coordinator

Credit and Receivables Coordinator Aurora, NE 5 months ago

PURPOSE AND SUMMARY STATEMENT Under the direction of the Chief Financial Officer the Credit and Receivables Coordinator will oversee all functions of the credit department including credit application, extension, and the collection process as well as supervise the accounts receivable department. The Credit and Receivables Coordinator will work closely with other finance division supervisors and in house counsel. JOB FUNCTIONS Establish, implement, and manage best practice credit policies and processes concerning the application and extension of credit as well as the collection of past due accounts. Supervise credit and accounts receivable department staff, monitor and provide training opportunities. Promote an environment of superior customer service amongst all credit and accounts receivable department staff. Develop procedural steps and measurement tools for cash receipts. Establish and oversee controls, reporting, and reconciliation processes of daily payments for all payment methods including ACH, credit card, check, and cash. Develop and implement metrics to measure activity in the credit and accounts receivable departments, including but not limited to cash flow and customer trends. Oversee new customer applications and the onboarding process. Ensure the timely and accurate production and communication of monthly customer statements. Communicate effectively with customers, credit and account receivable department staff, and coordinate department functions with other finance division supervisors to ensure timely monthly financial close. Other duties as assigned. EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS Requires a Bachelor's degree in business administration, accounting, or similar field with experience in cash receipts, credit risk assessment, and collection of past due accounts. Experience in developing, implementing, and managing processes and procedures for credit extension and collection is strongly preferred. Experience with bank reconciliation processes, accounts payable, accounts receivable, inventory, balance sheets, internal controls, petty cash, and billing is preferred. A demonstrated ability to work independently as well as collaborate with others in order to lead and provide guidance to credit and accounts receivable staff in a team-oriented environment is required. Effective communication, customer service, and training skills are necessary. Other necessary qualities include being detail oriented, organized, decisive, and resourceful with the ability to multi-task, prioritize, and meet deadlines. Individual must have a positive attitude, strong work ethic, self-starter who requires little supervision and has a high level of initiative. Willing to work additional hours beyond the normal work week as needed in order to ensure projects are completed in a timely manner and deadlines are met.

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Aurora Cooperative
PO Box 209, 2225 Q Street
Aurora, NE 68818

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