Accounts Receivable Clerk 14-0157

Job Summary:
Perform accounts receivable functions.
Balance cash and reconcile accounts at the end of the month.
Reconcile accounts with discrepancies and research accounts to determine cause of non payments.
Make daily collection calls.
Apply customer payments.
Research and solve payment discrepancies.
Process credit card payments and credits.
Ability to work with electrical contractors and owners on leans and bonds.
Submit informaiton to lean and bond companies and have a thorough understanding of the process.
Make adjustments to accounts, as needed.
Perform credit reviews for new accounts.
Qualifications: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.
Associates degree plus five years Accounts Receivable experience as must.
Experience working with leans and bonds.
Accounts receivable experience.
Experience in manufacturing/service, a plus.
Skills and Abilities:
Customer Service focused.
Adaptable to change.
Proficient in Windows based software.
Team oriented.
Effectively communicate one-on one and in small groups with employees, customers, and vendors.
Pleasant and professional demeanor with employees and customers.
Answer routine calls where appropriate and respond in a timely manner.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Work directly with internal and external customers.
Strong computer skills, including Excel, and Custom Reporting.
Ability to multi-task.

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