Accounts Receivable Officer

Job title : Accounts Receivable Officer
Location : Melbourne
Job type : Permanent / Full Time
Job reference : 1146850
The Organization

Our client is a well-established business with over 30 years of expertise in the FMCG industry. They have built a strong working culture which in turn has lead to high performance and a friendly, supportive team environment. Due to company growth they are now seeking a candidate with 2-3 years experience in Accounts Receivable or Credit to join their team.

NOTE - They require a candidate to work full time, 5 days per week from their office in the South East. 

Position Description 

Reporting into the National Accounts Receivable Manager, you will be responsible for;
  • Daily account reconciliations 
  • Allocate and receipt payments 
  • Daily banking 
  • Processing invoices and credit notes
  • Collections of overdue / outstanding payments - via phone and email
  • Handle disputes and queries with both internal and external customers
  • Ad hoc duties assigned by your manager
Candidate Profile

The successful applicant will have proven experience in a similar end to end Accounts Receivable / Credit Officer role. The successful applicant will also have the following attributes:
  • High level numeracy and reconciliation skills
  • Demonstrated ability to confidently work autonomously as well collaboratively as in a team environment
  • High level time management skills & the ability to meet deadlines
  • Excellent communication skills both written and verbal
  • Personable nature and ability to build relationships with key stakeholders
  • Ability to thrive in a high volume and fast paced environment
  • Strong ability to maintain relationships is KEY!
  Additional Benefits
  • Collaborative, fun & friendly environment 
  • Onsite parking
  • Excellent training & development 
  • Job security, working for a company who are classified as essential 
How to Apply

To apply online, please click on the appropriate link below. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Sam Bearham-Jones at