Collections Analyst - Westminster, CO
August 18, 2021
- Use telephone contact and follow-up correspondence, as required, to collect payments due to the company and facilitate a resolution of outstanding collection issues.
- Detail all collection notes in Collections Management.
- Report preparation and meeting attendance as necessary to discuss outstanding accounts with the management team.
- Audit and research projects and accounts to clear remaining Accounts Receivable balances.
- Process refunds, write-offs, and other miscellaneous accounting entries.
- Process information requests from customers (i.e. Form W-9’s, address changes, statements of account, etc.)
- Review credit hold listing daily, release orders as needed.
- Follow up on missing purchase orders for parts orders, on-demand service, and SSA agreements on an as-needed basis.
- Create and update the Collections-Finance portion of the policy and procedures manual.
- Provide backup support for credit card processing and cash posting
- Provide proper training for backup support during absences.
- Attend and provide collection information at all quarterly PPR meetings.
- Review and mail monthly statements.
- Prepare monthly summarized aging report to track KPI.
- Advise Contract Administration Manager-Finance of any problems or opportunities that arise.
- The goal is to improve cash receipts and support the corporate goal of reducing Net Working Capital.
- Maintain a clean and professional appearance at all times.
- Adhere to and strictly enforce all company safety policies and procedures.
- Other duties as assigned.
- Basic PC knowledge. MS Office including intermediate Excel. Ability to become proficient in the use of SAP as required.
- SAP (Accounts Receivable, Job cost reports, Over-Under Billing reports, Aging’s, etc.
- 3 years experience in Commercial Collections
- 2 years experience in accounting/data processing
Desirable, but not Essential:
- SAP (Accounts Receivable, Job cost reports, Over-Under billing reports, Aging’s). This can be taught but is essential to becoming proficient and effective
- Understanding of Construction industry billing procedures.
Compensation: $44,800 - $55,000, Salary will be commensurate with experience and skillset, medical/dental/vision insurance; tuition reimbursement, disability, 401k matching (up to 8%)
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