Debtors Clerk Worcester

  • Contract
  • EE/AA: Open
  • Disability
  • Worcester, Cape Town
  • Posted 2 months ago
  • Applications have closed

FroggRecruitSA Frogg Recruitment SA

Debtors Clerk Worcester Cape Winelands Boland Western Cape

Our Client is looking for 2 Debtors Clerks for a 3 months contract Salary UP to R 13000 depends on persons

Ability. MUST HAVE DEBTORS EXPERIENCE to RECOVER ALL MONIES OWED TO THE BUSINESS

 

Salary UP to R 13000 pm – 3 Months Contract ONLY URGENT Position 

 

Minimum Requirements:

  • Knowledge, qualifications and experience as a Debtors
  • Grade 12 with Accounting as a Subject – Added Advantage
  • A Higher Certificate in Accounting or equivalent would be advantageous
  • Knowledge and understanding of Accounting & systems processes is essential
  • Minimum 2 -3 years’ experience in finance, debtors & collections environment

 

Main purpose of the Job

  • To recover all monies owed to the Client
  • Phone debtors to follow up on outstanding payments
  • Ensure that account and contact details are correct.
  • Phone account related key contact individuals to facilitate payment.
  • Call Customers to remind of the need for payment.
  • Follow up to ensure payment arrangements are honoured.
  • Handle Account Queries
  • Respond to all emailed and telephonic queries received, seeing matters through to completion.
  • Use past correspondence to track the history of a query to establish the correct person to and to

establish past actions taken so as not to frustrate clients.

  • Check invoices to see that clients have been invoiced correctly.
  • Ensure customer satisfaction with results.
  • Submit invoices
  • Assist billing clerks in submitting invoices that are applicable to certain debtors to the debtors.
  • Follow the customer specific process for submission as requested by customer. (e.g. e-mail, online portal).
  • Use the correct system for the correct debtor (mail system; portal or billing account).
  • Schedule monthly payments
  • Follow up on long outstanding debtors by discussing them with management for a decision on whether to

follow legal steps or to consider issues as bad debt.

  • Update management on the standing of outstanding monies, including feedback on collections.
  • Reconcile the age analysis.
  • Process clients who have given one months’ notice for cancellation.

 

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