Assistant Credit Manager
Location: New York
Duties: Support the company's systems to ensure they remain in line with the company’s Credit policy. Ensure that the company's credit policy meets global standards. Help to adapt our new systems SAP FSCM (Financial supply chain management), Rightsline, and S/4Hana to our market requirement and our needs. Provide guidance for outsourced billing with IBM (our outsourcing company located in India) and support training needs. Work with the Global Process Owner to create process guides for internal IT systems within the company. Train Sales/billing/finance department to use SPS (Sales Processing System)/Rightsline software and Infocentre, SAP FSCM (Financial supply chain management), and S/4Hana. Coordinate with Financial Directors to manage reconcile debtors control accounts, resolve all discrepancies and issues identified with client's balances, and receive payment and posting amount to customer's account. Minimize the level of debts outstanding beyond agreed payment terms with clients. Provide the weekly trackers of cash collections and status of accounts across all business divisions of the company. Perform due diligence on credit applications and ensure that the credit policy is being implemented effectively in order to maximize cash collection and limit the potential exposure.
Work Schedule: 8:30am to 5:30pm.
Job Requirements: Bachelor’s in Finance, Business, Management, or related Accounting field, plus 4 years of credit and/or account management experience in a commercial environment in a multi-national organization. Must have 2 years of experience with each: Interpreting legal and financial documents; Media industry and overseas markets; S/4 Hana and SAP ECC6; VLookup and pivot tables; Resolving issues with respect to SPS, Credica, Mediamorph, and Infocentre; Sales, AR, and invoice processes using agile methodologies; UK and International Accounts Receivables and Debt Collection processes; Monitoring and targeting high value international receivables (between $20M and $50M); Using statistical performance data to improve collections; Negotiating domestic and international deals with senior stakeholder; Credit management, credit risk, litigation, and insolvency; Managing the implementation and development of new technology to enhance order to cash and credit control processes; Working in a multi-national media company across numerous mediums (advertising, channels, production, TV distribution, consumer products, merchandising, live events, and digital media); Working with sales and operational finance teams to reduce debt; Working in an accounting department; Reducing DSO; and International market (billing requirements, tax rules, VAT, withholding taxes for deals made by UK, US, or Canada legal entities). Fluency in Portuguese and Spanish required. Little travel required (domestic and international).
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- Benefits- We offer a competitive salary package, a flexible 35-hour working week for work-life balance and 26 days (1 of which is a corporation day) with the option to buy an extra 5 days, a defined pension scheme and discounted dental, health care, gym and much more.
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