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  • Accounts Receivable Representative - 12 MTH Contract

    Job Location CA-ON-Brampton
    Posted Date 2 weeks ago(12/3/2018 5:01 PM)
    ID
    19933
    Category
    Corporate
  • Overview

    Accounts Receivable Representative

    -12 MTH Contract-

    As the Accounts Receivable Representative, you will be actively involved with applying daily receipts to customer accounts, processing and applying credit card payments, and performing daily batch reconciliations in a timely and accurate manner. 

    Responsibilities

    Key Responsibilities

    • Apply daily cash receipts for all Canon Canada Inc. divisions accurately and within company policies and procedures. Cash receipts include Lockbox, ACH/EFT transfers, and manual cheque deposits
    • Process credit card transfers and apply to customer accounts
    • Administer cheque requests, bad debt write offs, and adjustments pertaining to account reconciliation
    • Collaborate with Bank Representatives, Credit Representatives, and Accounting to investigate and identify unapplied cash receipts
    • Prepare customer invoices and statements for distribution
    • Run reports and perform daily batch reconciliations
    • Participate in annual and quarterly audit reviews, collect samples , and review and validate walkthrough controls
    • Administer all bull payments specific to the Credit Department and submit into Oracle for processing

    Qualifications

    To Succeed, You Will Have

    ·   Post Secondary education in Business Administration 

    ·   12 months of related work experience is required

    ·   Strong computer and technical skills with a focus on Microsft Excel and Moneris for credit card processing a

    ·   Excellent time management to cash application of customer payments daily and handle large volumes

    ·   High attention to detail and accuracy to complete cash applications

     

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