Dec 152017

They now have an opening for a Credit Collection Analyst in the credit collection team. They are responsible for administering credit policies and procedures to minimize loss of credit losses, and maximize collection achievement.

• Administers collection policies & procedures.
• Takes action to mitigate losses.
• Performs AR account reconciliation & analysis to support collection process.
• Performs collection calls on overdue accounts and negotiates payment.
• Records and posts collection transactions.
• Customer master maintenance.
• Bad debt reserve analysis and control with recommendations to Supervisor and or Country Controller.• Ensures awareness and compliance with applicable standard operating procedures to meet, comply and champion all quality and regulatory commitments of Boston Scientific.

• Education level: HBO, preferably (International) Business Management.
• Excellent Communication skills.
• Excellent Negotiating skills.
• Excellent Strong administrative and analytical problem solving skills.
• Continuous improvement attitude.
• Excellent English and (preferably) one other European language verbal & written communication skills.

Our client is dedicated to transforming lives through innovative medical solutions that improve the health of patients worldwide. A worldwide developer, manufacturer and marketer of medical devices whose products are used in a range of interventional medical specialties.

Match criteria: Finance, Finance & Accounting, Job, Credit, 2700 – 3200 Euro, Finance & Accounting, Bachelor, 1 year, Company hire, Prov. Limburg, English, Analyst

Company name: Undutchables Recruitment Agency BV

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