Written and computer skills including those needed to prepare bills, invoices, and bank deposits.
Detail-oriented computation and organization skills to ensure reconciliation of the accounts receivable ledger,
verifying that all payments are accounted for accurately and properly posted.
Ability to process and scrutinize data to verify any discrepancies within the system.
Problem solving skills to ensure the resolution of any client’s billing issues.
Reliably executing the timely sending of bill reminders and contacting clients to facilitate payment of invoices due.
Generating financial statements and reports clearly detailing accounts receivable status.
Education and Qualifications :
Ideally, you will have completed your professional qualification already, although training and support will be given to the right candidates who have not.
You are likely to have an undergraduate degree, although good high school academics and proven ability to pass professional accountancy examinations will provide an acceptable alternative.
Work place maturity :
The successful candidate(s) will be required to report to a client base overseas - so excellent communication skills and the proven ability to work on your own or as part of a team with minimum supervision are fundamental requirements of the role.