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Feb 202018
 

As a Credit Controller | German OR Dutch speaker, you will be responsible for the cash collection process and credit control function in the DACH region and have a supporting role in operational control, managing customer trade terms and to the company’s working capital performance.

  • Credit Control, involving managing AR account balances, dispute management, dunning and monitoring and maintaining DSO ratios.
  • Maintenance of an accurate rebate program and process.
  • Customer relation management by timely account reconciliation and administrative support with customer accounts.
  • Customer Master data and Credit Management master data management.
  • Actively drive results improvement, manage improvement projects.
  • Providing standard and ad hoc reporting to management, accounts, sales division and corporate HQ.
  • Monitoring current work processes according to company and SOX compliance rules.


What do they offer to the Credit Controller | German OR Dutch role:

  • direct contract
  • 28 days of holidays
  • 13 month
  • health insurance contribution
  • pension contribution
  • reimbursement of travel expenses
  • discount on products
  • flexible starting / ending hours

 

Basic Qualifications for the Credit Controller | German OR Dutch role

  • Degree in Business Administration or equivalent.
  • 2 to 5 years of Credit Control experience preferably in international environment.
  • Ability to work effectively in commercial environment, representing finance function.
  • Fluency in German OR Dutch and English.

Do you tick the following boxes? Competencies needed:

  • You ensure quality in all aspects of your work
  • You take pride and ownership in your work
  • You take accountability for your actions
  • You seek ways to improve, streamline and/or reinvent processes within your area of control
  • You communicate clearly, respectfully and with conviction
  • You apply critical thinking to identify root causes of complex problems
  • You recognize when to escalate issues and when to ask for help to take appropriate action

industry market leader, international and dynamic company with European HQ in Amsterdam

Match criteria: Finance & Accounting, Job, Accounts Receivable, Credit, 40 hours, Prov. North Holland, German, Dutch, Non, Analyst

Company name: Adams Multilingual Recruitment

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