Now Seeking: Credit Analyst
This position administers the credit and collection activities for an assigned Accounts Receivable portfolio in one or more of the Business Units, Divisions, and/or Business Groups, following generally defined policies and procedures.
As this is a customer-facing position, interaction is with both internal clients and external customers.
This position works independently within company guidelines to meet targets and objectives set by management and consults with senior co-workers, supervisor, or management for guidance on difficult or unusual situations.
location: Saint Paul, Minnesota
job type: Contract
salary: $18 - 23 per hour
work hours: 8 to 5
education: Bachelor's degree
experience: 0 Years
Major Duties and Responsibilities:
- Partners with customers and internal clients to resolve delinquent and disputed accounts for assigned Accounts Receivable portfolios.
- Working independently, performs vigorous collection activity on past due accounts within generally defined credit policies and procedures through extensive telephone, email, fax, written, and personal face-to-face communication.
- Reconciles other open items on customers' accounts, such as, open credits and unapplied payments.
- Evaluates credit worthiness of current and new customers and establishes credit limits based on analysis of trade reporting, internal data, and other data available within policies and authorization levels set by management.
- Utilizes basic credit analysis skills to interpret all information prior to extending, increasing, or denying credit availability. Unusual situations are referred to a senior credit professional, credit risk analyst, or management team.
If you wish to apply, please send your qualified resume to:
- An individual employed in this position is expected to have basic knowledge of credit and collection policies and principles. Previous Business to Business Collections experience is highly preferred.
- A Bachelor's degree level of education in such fields as Business Administration, Finance, Accounting, Economics, or equivalent training through experience is normally required to apply knowledge of Credit and Collection principles, theory, and applications.
- Strong interpersonal communication skills.
- Keen attention to detail and analytical skills.
- Solid organizational and short-term planning skills.
- Negotiating and influencing skills.
- Professional, positive, and tactful demeanor with clients and customers.
- Accreditation through National Association of Credit Managers is highly preferred.
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skills: Credit Collections
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