The Accounts Receivables Coordinator is responsible for managing and maintaining the organization’s accounts receivables processes. This includes generating and sending invoices, monitoring and tracking customer payments, and resolving payment discrepancies. The Coordinator will also collaborate with internal teams and stakeholders to ensure the accurate and timely collection of outstanding receivables. Additionally, the Coordinator will provide customer support and assistance, addressing queries and concerns related to payments and invoices.ResponsibilitiesGenerate and send accurate and timely invoices to customers.Monitor and track customer payments, identifying and resolving any discrepancies.Follow up with customers on outstanding invoices and overdue payments.Collaborate with internal teams to address and resolve invoice and payment issues.Reconcile accounts receivables and maintain accurate financial records.Provide customer support and assistance regarding payments and invoices.Analyze and report on accounts receivables data, identifying trends and areas for improvement.Stay updated with changes in invoicing and accounts receivables regulations.Assist in the development and implementation of accounts receivables processes and best practices.Support other finance-related activities as required.
High school diploma or equivalent; an associate’s or bachelor’s degree in accounting or a related field is preferred.Proven experience in accounts receivables or a similar role.Proficient in accounting software and MS Office applications.Excellent attention to detail and accuracy.Strong communication and customer service skills.
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