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Credit Controller

Stevenston, Lincolnshire, United Kingdom, Permanent

Posted: 11days ago


Credit Controller

Our client is a world leader in packaging, employing over 45,000 employees in 21 countries in Europe and 13 in the Americas. The group collaborates with forward thinking customers by sharing superior product knowledge, market understanding and insights into packaging trends to ensure business success in their markets. They have an unrivalled portfolio of paper-based packaging solutions which is constantly updated with market-leading innovations.

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Credit Controller reporting to the Plant Accountant.

The tasks and duties are as follows but not exhaustive:

Prompt collection of company's debts maintaining an effective relationship with customers
Raise/investigate/resolve customer invoice queries
Ensure customers do not exceed credit limit and payment terms, and perform period credit reviews as per our client's policies
Maintain Credit Limits
Ensure correct documentation is received regarding the opening of new accounts and run credit risk reports
Recommend and action stop procedures
Be point of contact on all credit issues for March customers
Minimise overdue debts
Ensure Credit Control procedures are adhered to
Provide credit control information for management as required
To administer, maintain and reconcile Sales Ledger for the March Site
Recording and allocating Cash
Produce and issue daily invoices and credit notes
Reconcile Sales Ledger with General Ledger
Attend sales and operational meetings
Advise sales teams of problematic accounts and their recurring payment patterns
Liaising closely with internal and external departments to develop and promote credit management awareness
Verifying inter-company Sales Ledger balances, and ensure all invoices raised
Producing regular, ad hoc and Monthly reports
To ensure General Ledger transactions are timely and accurately recorded
Posting General Ledger journals
Analysing various accounts for Management and for audit purposes
Provide holiday and sickness cover within the accounts department as required
To assist with adhoc duties as and when required by line manager and senior management
Maintain and review customer order releases in order to cash system
Ensure correct approval submitted for customer credit limits
Understand various customer invoicing portals, and ensure invoice rejections are dealt with timely

The suitable candidate will have excellent communication skills, have good attention to detail and be required to demonstrate initiative, flexible thinking and self-motivation. You must also possess excellent IT skills. This is a fast moving environment and will, at times, mean working under pressure to achieve tight deadlines

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Stevenston, Lincolnshire, United Kingdom