Good credit management is essential to an organisation’s healthy cash flow, and Credit Controllers are responsible for managing a book of debtor accounts to ensure timely payment of outstanding invoices.
Credit Controllers are also involved in conducting credit checks on new customers, resolving problems in relation to invoice payments, reconciling complex month-end accounts and reporting to management on outstanding issues whilst highlighting potential debtor problems.
As a Credit Controller, you will manage a book of debtor’s accounts to ensure timely payment of outstanding invoices. You will also be involved in conducting credit checks on new customers, resolving problems in relation to invoice payments, reconciling accounts for month end and reporting to management on outstanding issues and informing of potential debtor problems.
The role of Credit Controller includes overseeing the collection of customer accounts in a manner that ensures high customer satisfaction and loyalty. As such, a Credit Controller must be able to communicate in an efficient yet friendly manner with customers, as well as the broader accounts receivable team while reporting to the Financial Controller.
Credit Control Salary Information
Salary Range: $55,000 - $70,000
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