Credit Controller

New
  • Location
    Ipswich, Suffolk
  • Salary
    £22,000.00/Year
  • Job type
    Permanent
  • Industry
    Industrial and Manufacturing
  • External Reference
    JN-012021-161674

This role is an exciting opportunity to work for our constantly growing client based in Ipswich, joining their credit control team is a fantastic chance to really take ownership and lead the way on the management of your own account!



Although, it is essential that you have knowledge around credit control, training will be provided to make sure you understand our client's processes and the company itself. If you come from a background in Credit Control, Purchase Ledger or Sales Ledger, this job could be perfect for you!



The role


Hours - 8.30am-5pm Monday-Friday


Holiday - 20 days holiday per annum, increasing by 1 day every 3 years


Pension Scheme


Sharesave Scheme



Day to day duties will include -



  • Chasing accounts via telephone, email and the post

  • Account management (resolving queries, taking payments)

  • Day to day administration tasks including statements

  • Manually releasing any orders where the accounts may be on credit hold

  • Communication with other department including sales



The right candidate


It is essential that you are enthusiastic and have the desire to take ownership of your own account!



  • Credit control or accounting experience

  • Proven brilliant communication skills

  • Have the ability to be self-motivated but also a strong team player

  • Organised and the ability to work to deadlines - this is one of the main attributes needed!

  • Target driven

Adecco acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and an employment business for the supply of temporary workers. The Adecco Group UK & Ireland is an Equal Opportunities Employer.


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Please apply with your CV to: Katherine Bleese