Dec 132017

The Credit Controller is responsible for chasing outstanding invoices and plays a vital role in the cash flow of the organization. The credit controller ensures that credit given to customers is monitored and controlled effectively.


  • Proactively manage the assigned debtors portfolio;
  • Maintain Trust-It portfolio & follow up on daily action list;
  • Liaise with sales and customer service to resolve outstanding queries;
  • Proactively contact clients in order to ensure timely payments and dispute resolving; 
  • Manage Credit Insurance process with an external business party; 
  • Deal effectively with “On Hold” orders;
  • Housekeeping AR sub-ledger, initiate write-off’s ;
  • Agree payments plans and follow up on them;
  • Replace other Credit Controller during absence; 
  • Initiate debt collection files;
  • Continuous review of administrative procedures and suggest proposals of improvement.
  • 3+ years working in credit control with HBO level work experience;
  • Fluent in Dutch, French and English both verbal and written;
  • Good knowledge and working skills with Microsoft Office (particularly excel);
  • You have excellent communication skills (verbally and written).
  • You are commercial aware and a problem solver.
  • Above all you are accurate and pro-active.

International; a dynamic and youthful environment where new ideas and creativity thrive.

Match criteria: Retail, Finance & Accounting, Job, Accounts Receivable, Credit, 2700 – 3200 Euro, 2300 – 2700 Euro, 40 hours, Prov. South Holland, English, French, Dutch, Non

Company name: Adams Multilingual Recruitment

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