Credit Controller

Location: Nottinghamshire

Job Type: Permanent

Contact Email: Nicola.Freeman@cherryprofessional.co.uk

Contact Phone: 07584 093819

Sector: Finance Clerical

Salary: 29000

Start Date: 2024-02-05

Consultant: Nicola Freeman

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Credit Controller | Nottingham | Hybrid working | up to £29k 

Cherry Professional are working with a business who truly value and look after their employees, they offer a modern,flexible approach within a desirable environment. Reporting directly into the Credit Control Manager, supporting all offices across UK and Europe to collect and reconcile the debtor balances in a professional and timely manner. 

The role and responsibilities: 

Working on a global ledger – chasing payments from clients by telephone, email & letter.
Carry out identity verification checks in line with Money Laundering regulations.
Setting up new clients or as required.
Process / raise bills.
Other ad hoc duties and cover within the team as required.

About you: 

A background in Credit Control.  
Good Excel skills. 
Time management. 
Ability to communicate clearly and concisely. 
A positive can-do attitude. 
Be able to work in a fast-paced environment. 
Strong planning and organisation skills. 
 
 
Other roles you may have applied for: Credit Controller, Credit Control, Accounts Receivable Assistant, Accounts Assistant. 

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