|Specialisation:||Finance & Accounting|
|Salary:||£25000 - £30000 per annum|
Ambition is currently working with a leading International Law Firm, who are recruiting for a proactive Credit Controller to join their Finance department in the centre of Manchester. As a Credit Controller, you will be part of a close knit Credit Control team, who are responsible for collection of outstanding debt, supporting partners in management of cash collections and assist with the firm's management of lock-up. The firm build long and lasting relationships with their clients and are experts in their field.
As the Credit Controller, some of your responsibilities include:
Daily Credit Control responsibilities, including proactive chasing of clients, by telephone, email and letter, to ensure the prompt recovery of outstanding debt.
Arranging and attending monthly credit control meetings with assigned partners, including review of AR lock-up and outstanding debt, agreeing chase actions and next steps in line with agreed AR monthly targets.
Promptly resolve client queries or questions as they arise.
Assisting with the administration of the credit control inbox, including answering queries, providing reports and information as relating to client requests.
Attending monthly Credit Control Team meeting to review prior month's AR performance, plus provide feedback and input to potential system or process enhancements.
Provide assistance in relation to quarterly debt provisioning process, including review, follow-up and update.
Develop and enhance client relationships with key strategic clients to include monthly client calls in order to review debt and resolve queries.
Complete debt write-offs, when necessary.
Timely production and dispatch of departmental and client reports as required.
Attend monthly practice area AR review meetings and deliver updates and feedback as applicable.
Aid and support to Credit Control Manager and Credit Control team in relation to ad-hoc tasks as and when required.
Liaising and assisting business support colleagues in relation to queries and various requests.
To be successful in this Credit Controller position, some of the requirements include:
3-5 years of Credit Control experience within a law firm setting or professional services
Confident in liaising with Partners and fee earners
Ability to remain calm in a fast-paced environment and under pressure
Attention to detail and results orientated
Excellent Communication skills
Experience of MS Office, specifically Excel and Word
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