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30 Jan 2014

Full-Time Accounts Receivables

The Poel Group – Posted by Sarah New York, United States

Job Description

Our client, a food distribution company, is seeking an Accounts Receivables representative. The right candidate will be responsible for effectively billing customers for merchandise.
Responsible for all aspects of the billing process – ensure that invoices are billed to the proper customer, generate billings in a timely manner and verify the accuracy of each invoice.

Essential Job Functions:
Responsible for performing and processing daily billings and validating billing data for any errors and revising as needed.
Maintain and update filing, mailing and database systems.
Review data and other information relevant to billings and collections including but not limited to: un-invoiced orders reports, AR aging reports etc.
Process payments including cash, checks and credit card transactions.
Manage and coordinate outgoing mailings to customers including invoices attaching any additional or relevant documents.
Contact customers as needed to obtain or communicate account information and for collections.
Prepare itemized statements, bills, or invoices; and record amounts due for items purchased or services rendered.
Review documents such as purchase orders, sales tickets, charge slips, or work orders in order to compute fees and charges due.
Perform bookkeeping work, including posting data and keeping other records concerning costs of goods and services and the shipment of goods.
Resolve discrepancies in accounting records.
Support service area credit and collection activities.

Experience and Skills:
2 years billing experience.
Must be detail oriented.
Excellent verbal and writing skills.
Highly organized and able to follow detailed instructions.

How to Apply

Please email your resume to

Job Categories: Accounting/Finance and Featured. Job Types: Full-Time. Salaries: 40,000 - 60,000.


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