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Accounts Receivable Associate (4789143)

Banking, Mortgage, Investment




Guelph, Ontario, Canada

The Accounts Receivable Associate (A/R) is responsible for administering claims, refunds, adjustments, and any other accounting transactions related to A/R management. The A/R Associate will also assist in the reconciliation of dealer and major accounts including researching and resolving any claims for customer deductions, maintaining all account information, and processing requests for credit.Collaborate with the Credit Manager and fellow A/R personnel to maintain collection goals and general A/R performance levels:Communicate with internal/external sales representatives and accounting/returns personnel as necessary to compile adequate documented paperwork to reconcile transactions.Receive, review and research claims for deductions submitted by customers.Review and reconcile customer payments for eventual ‘cash application posting' to general ledgers.Review all credit balances, refunds, and adjustments, and prepare information for subsequent ‘cash application posting'.Ensure the strict confidentiality and privacy of financial records as they relate to the organization and its customers.Employ collection strategies to mitigate customer objections to making timely A/R payments:Investigate collection problems and advise customers on corporate A/R policies and procedures.Make arrangements for payment of outstanding and late accounts, and identify ‘delinquent accounts' for possible placement of 3RD Party collection as necessary.Investigate and resolve billing discrepancies or misapplied cash transactionsA post-secondary degree or diploma in Business Administration, Accounting or Finance plus2 years of experience in Accounts Receivable/Credit & Collections and general bookkeeping or equivalent experienceCCP Designation is an assetStrong knowledge of collection regulations, fair credit practices, account reconciliation procedures and the ability to accurately calculate, post, correct, and manage accounting figures and financial recordsStrong problem solving ability, negotiation, and conflict resolution skills in order to handle late payments and delinquent accountsStrong proficiency in MS Word and Excel and Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) softwareDanby is a proudly Canadian company with a rich history spanning over 70 years. We are currently a leader in the appliance market, producing innovative, quality products at competitive pricing. Our productsare marketed under seven brand names: Danby®, Danby Designer®, Danby Diplomat®, Danby Premiere®, Simplicity®, Arcticaire®, and Silhouette®, as well as some private brands for major retail stores.Danby's goal of being the largest compact and specialty appliance company in North America is already being realized. Our strong leadership, creativity andinnovation provide us with the tools to ensure future growth for many years to come.At Danby, it's not just a job, it's a career.Here are some of the reasons why being employed with Danbymay be your best career move:You will have a job where you can be part of change and really make an impact! You will have the ability to work with great people who are passionate about our industry.You will work for an established company that actually believes in its values and does their best to live themout!Danby is an equal opportunity employer, we are committed to an inclusive, equitable and accessible workplace. Accommodations are available upon request in all aspects of the recruitment process. Please check out our careers website to see what opportunities might interest you at, [Register to View]