Job Description - Credit Controller

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Credit Control has a very important part to play in any organisation. The Credit Control department are the main accounting business area where money comes into the business from trade accounts. As a Credit Controller you must have a good level of education, usually be computer literate and have a naturally assertive manner. Please find below an example of what a Credit Controller does.
To develop, implement and maintain an effective and professional credit control system for the company group.
Duties and Responsibilities
Review the company credit control procedure and develop and implement enhancements where required.  To manage the outstanding sales balances falling due and contact customers before the balances become overdue to confirm payments.
Set and monitor credit limits.
Where required initiate proceedings to ensure outstanding debts are bought to a satisfactory conclusion.
To keep the company up to date with new credit management procedures and techniques.

Skills / Attributes Required
Knowledge of Small Claims/possible Court visits
Able to demonstrate experience within credit control.

Computer literate with knowledge of Sage Line 50 package (or similar).
Possess a good understanding of, Word and Excel.
Excellent communication skills are essential.