French Speaking Credit Control:
This is a fantastic opportunity for a leading gifts and Interior accessories vendor. You will have the opportunity to work within the Accounts team in this multilingual environment. This company is looking for a well organized French speaking Credit controller to join the team and use their French skills to converse within the office.
The Ideal candidate must have previous experience working in a credit control environment and want to pursue a career in this field. You must have had prior experience dealing with customers as well as banks in France; this is why you must also possess a great telephone manner. Alongside being deadline orientated you must be able to work using your initiative as well as work well within a team. You will be required to travel at times to France to visit banks and trade shows.
The duties include but are not limited to:
- Undertaking sole responsibility for maintaining Euro sales ledger.
- Posting receipts and debit notes
- Looking into customer queries, following up with Euro sales and admin teams and our logistics company
- Preparing credit notes
- Maintaining debtor days.
- Dealing with customers via phone and email.
- Chasing debt with customers directly and via Euro sales team.
- Checking prompt payment and other discount claims to customer contracts.
-Reporting regularly to the Finance Director and Accounts Manager.
What the company offer:
-Starting salary dependant on experience circa £22,000.
- Lunch provided on a daily basis.
- 4 weeks holiday per annum plus bank holidays.
- Salaries are reviewed annually in December.
Thank you for applying to Euro London Appointments, the UK's largest independent language consultancy. We aim to respond as promptly as possible to your application, however, due to the high level of CVs we receive we are only able to respond to applicants whose profile matches our Client's requirements. To enquire about other vacancies please visit our website at www.eurolondon.com.
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