Credit Controller

Pertemps Contract Team
£14 per hour
08 Aug 2017
19 Aug 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
A fantastic opportunity is available for a Credit Controller at a large utility company in Warwick, we are looking for employees to join our expanding team who show commitment and dedication to providing an excellent service to customers as well as being tenacious and methodical at all times.

Job purpose:

Support the leadership of a team of credit controllers and administrators providing comprehensive support to a specific business area. Ensure appropriate financial and credit control with a particular emphasis on timely, accurate and complete credit risk, cash collection and debt management services.

Experience Required:

knowledge of relevant commercial and credit policies and regulated contracts (UNC/CUSC)
At least 3 years' experience in the operation of transactional processing of sales orders or customer indebtedness in large/complex businesses
Preferably, commercial and/or operational management experience

A member of a relevant professional body or studying for a professional qualification (CIMA, ACCA, AAT, ICM).????

Key Competencies:

Customer Service,
Stakeholder Awareness, Communication,
Team Working, Planning & organising, Business Awareness,
Problem Solving Skills
SAP Knowledge,
Governance, risk and internal control frameworks,
Financial risk management,
Control framework assessment and assurance

Key Tasks

Support the provision of credit and risk, cash collection and debt management services on behalf of business managers, business partners, operational and support functions as required.

Deal with the most complex ad-hoc requests, escalated issues and non-standard analysis in order to contribute to the delivery of business unit objectives.

Support the Credit & Risk Officer and Manager in engaging with the wider business to establish, maintain and monitor the credit and risk control framework, ensuring adherence to key internal and Sarbanes-Oxley controls

Provide robust credit risk management for the business unit(s) by identifying, leading, and coordinating the quantification of risks and opportunities whilst maintaining the Credit & Risk Management risk register.

Provide credit and risk management support to the business, ensuring the team delivers a high quality and robust service to the business.

Contribute towards the development of a highly motivated, innovative and customer-focused team, developing talent and a performance management culture that drives value through staff engagement and successfully meets/exceeds all relevant targets and strategic objectives within the business unit.

Proactively seek opportunities to enhance operational efficiency through the implementation of best practice, drawing on external sources and internal references in order to drive increased value for the business.

To support the delivery of change across the business, role-modelling new ways of working and owning delivery of key outcomes to drive the improvement of long-term business capability.

Proactively build own knowledge of RIIO and its impact on the industry and the business in order to support key decisions and advise and guide own business area.

Promoting a positive safety culture through visible proactive, consistent and influential behaviours

Keep the company safe by co-operating with others to ensure a co-ordinated approach to promote a clear understanding of each party's duties, roles and responsibilities for Safety and Wellbeing

Report all incident, near misses, hazards, taking action as necessary to control hazard as appropriate

Additional Information:

Please consider it is a mandatory requirement to undergo a Basic Scotland Disclosure Check to be considered for work assignments
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