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We have an exciting new opportunity for an experienced Credit Controller and Sales Ledger Administrator to join our Finance team. Reporting to the Finance Manager, you will be responsible for ensuring payments are made to term and that the debtor ledger is kept free of queries. In addition, you will monitor debtors against targets and report and manage overdue debt. You will be liaising with our House Franchise team and National Accounts teams on a regular basis. We are looking for an experienced Credit Controller and Sales Ledger Administrator to join our busy Finance team. Main Tasks and responsibilities: • Allocating cash received on a daily basis and dealing with allocation queries in a timely manner • Posting automated and manual invoices to the ledger • Running and reviewing aged debtors and debtor reporting • Chasing for payment via telephone, email, letter or fax as appropriate • Dealing with queries and liaising with sales managers and administration teams as necessary • Forwarding copy invoices and credit notes to customers if requested • Following credit reporting procedures • Sending out month end and interim statements per company procedure • Completing month end procedures to time • Monitoring overdue accounts, placing accounts on stop and commencing legal action as necessary • Setting up and maintaining customer recordsGeneral skills and attributes required: • 3-5 years credit control and sales ledger experience • Excellent verbal and written communication skills • Able to liaise with people at all levels and establish good working relationships • Excellent time management and organisational skills • Proficient IT skills Intermediate MS Excel knowledge • Good working knowledge of accountancy packages (Sage 1000 & Quick books an advantage) • Numerate and analytical • Flexible team playerExcellent Rewards: • Salary fully negotiable depending on experience • Permanent contract of employment • A varied and interesting role with a stable market leader • Great working environment; welcoming, collaborative and supportive • Companywide training programme to develop key skills • 25 days holiday plus bank holidays • Non-contributory private health care • Generous contributory pension scheme • Critical illness cover • Life insurance at three times salary • Employee assistance programme • Staff purchase schemeApply today:Short listing for this exciting opportunity will commence on 2nd January 2019, so if you feel this could be your next role click apply to upload a covering letter and CV and well be in touch soon.