Credit Control Analyst Part-Time

Posted 07 February 2024
LocationCounty Meath
Job type Permanent
Discipline Accountancy
Contact NameRena Weld

Job description

What you need to know
We are currently seeking aPart-Time Credit Control Analyst for our client, in the finance industry, based in Meath.

In this position, you will report into the CFO and the Head of Support Services, and you will be responsible for carrying out credit control related tasks with another team member and help to contribute to the overall business.

This is a permanent, part-time position: a 3- or 4-day working week may be agreed upon, depending on your preferences.

Your new job
Key duties and responsibilities:

  • Carry out day-to-day credit control operations working alongside another credit control analyst.

  • Liaise with outsourced service providers as required.

  • Analyse and interpret data to facilitate the completion of credit control activities that will contribute to the maximum return for the business.

  • Full assessment and processing of loan reschedules for customers where applicable.

  • Meeting with customer members to discuss their loan arrangements as required.

  • Support the preparation of management reporting of loan arrears.

  • Dealing with loans through the legal process as required.

  • Assist in the preparation of formal quarterly loan book analysis.

  • Prepare relevant reports for the management team, as required.

  • Ensure timely and accurate reporting to the Central Credit Register and manage enquiries and change requests thereon.

  • Support internal and external audits, compliance, and risk reviews.

  • Maintenance of policy and procedure documentation as it relates to the credit control function.

  • Keep up to date regarding pending industry changes, trends and best practices.

  • Identify potential process improvements where possible and ensure the implementation of best practice.

What are we looking for?

  • 2-3 years’ experience in credit control, assessment and recovery of out-of-order accounts with a knowledge of retail collections.

  • Qualification related to Credit Control is preferred but not essential.

  • Experience in dealing with solicitors and insolvency practitioners, including knowledge of legal collections process is desirable.

  • Proficient in the use of contemporary credit control and related systems.

  • Intermediate level of proficiency in MS Office and in MS Excel.

  • Ability to work on own initiative and embrace new skills and practices.

  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills.

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