Accounts Receivable Administrator

Location: Nottinghamshire

Job Type: Permanent

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

Contact Phone: 07584 093819

Sector: Finance Clerical

Salary: 26000

Start Date: 2024-05-20

Consultant: Nicola Freeman

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Accounts Receivable Administrator | Nottinghamshire | £26k plus bonus

We are currently working with a very well respected, industry leading Nottingham based organisation to recruit an Accounts Receivable Administrator.  The successful candidate will be joining a well established team with a great reputation in the market.

Key Responsibilities

Raise invoices and issue credit notes 
Customer query resolution
Chasing customers by telephone and email to collect outstanding debt
Reduce debtor days
Cash allocation
Issue monthly statements to customers
Manage internal stakeholders re any debt issues

Ideal candidate

Experienced in both sales ledger and credit control in a fast paced busy environment
Excellent communication skills – both written and verbal
Good attention to detail
Strong IT skills – especially excel

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