Collections & Invoicing Officer Job in Kenya

Role Profile: Collections & Invoicing Officer

Job Purpose: Work closely with the Credit Control Manager in ensuring that all the outstanding debts is collected in a more efficient manner, credit period reviews for aged accounts and relationship management.

Responsibilities

  • Responsible for timely dispatch and delivery of invoices to all clients and confirmation of receipt of the same.
  • Assisting the account manager in relationship management of the designated portfolio
  • Follow-up of the POs, Invoicing, and Delivery of the invoices to section heads for approval, updating the statement of account and collection.
  • Invoice processing using Sage Pastel:
  • Timely and effective collection of outstanding debts, through sending of reminder emails, and telephone calls and personal visit.
  • Monitoring clients’ balances to ensure timely collection of debt
  • Negotiating payment plans for overdue debts
  • Responsible for timely delivery of invoices to clients
  • Reconciling clients’ statement of accounts
  • Bridging the information gap between the clients and the company
  • Ensure daily banking of collected payments/ cheques
  • Provide weekly forecast collection report to the credit controller
  • Ensure that the age analysis is maintained within set targets
  • Ensure that reconciliation of payment received and the expected instalments from clients is up to date.

Requirements

  • At least 3 years experience in debt collection;
  • Bachelor degree in any business related course/CPA;
  • An assertive and aggressive personality;
  • An excellent communicator with great organizational skills.

How to Apply

Send your updated CV to recruitment@sheerlogicltd.com by 17th February 2020.

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Nairobi

Nairobi, Kenya
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Nairobi County

Kenya
Accounting and Finance
Updated: February 14, 2020 — 4:01 am