Part Time Credit Controller



Job Description:
Part – time Credit Control


Hybrid and flexible working hours

Part time, permanent (22-25 hours per week)

£12 – 15 per hour

Are you looking for a fulfilling and flexible career in payroll administration, where you can seamlessly balance your professional and personal life? Look no further! We are seeking a dedicated Part-Time Payroll Administrator to join our close-knit team in a role that offers the perfect blend of hybrid working, flexible hours, and a family-oriented work environment.

My client believes in more than just numbers; they believe in the value of family. Their business culture is built on the foundation of supporting our employees as they strive for success both at work and at home. We understand that life is a juggling act, and we are here to help you strike that perfect balance.

My client is a reputable firm specialising in providing comprehensive financial services to businesses and individuals. With a commitment to excellence and a client-centric approach, they strive to deliver tailored solutions to meet their clients’ needs and help them achieve their financial goals.

Job Description:

As a Credit Controller, you will play a vital role in managing the firm’s receivables and ensuring timely payments from clients. Your primary responsibilities will include:


1. Credit Control: Effectively manage the firm’s credit control process, including monitoring outstanding invoices, chasing payments, and resolving payment discrepancies promptly.

2. Client Communication: Maintain regular communication with clients regarding their outstanding invoices, providing statements and reminders as necessary, and addressing any queries or concerns they may have regarding their accounts.

3. Credit Risk Assessment: Assess the creditworthiness of new clients and monitor the credit risk of existing clients, collaborating with the relevant stakeholders to mitigate potential risks.

4. Debt Collection: Implement appropriate debt collection procedures to recover outstanding debts, escalating unresolved issues to senior management when necessary.

5. Cash Flow Management: Work closely with the finance team to ensure accurate cash flow forecasting and reporting, highlighting any potential cash flow issues and proposing solutions to mitigate risks.

6. Relationship Management: Build and maintain strong relationships with clients, internal stakeholders, and external partners to facilitate effective credit control processes and resolve issues promptly.

7. Reporting: Prepare regular reports on the firm’s debtor position, aging analysis, and credit control performance, providing insights and recommendations to improve collections and reduce debtor days.

8. Process Improvement: Identify opportunities for process improvements within the credit control function, implementing best practices and streamlined processes to enhance efficiency and effectiveness.

Experience needed:

1. Proven experience as a Credit Controller or similar role, preferably within an accountancy practice or professional services firm.

2. Strong understanding of credit control principles, debt collection techniques, and cash flow management.

3. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to build rapport and negotiate effectively with clients and internal stakeholders.

4. Analytical mindset with keen attention to detail and the ability to interpret financial data and reports accurately.

5. Proficiency in Microsoft Excel and accounting software (e.g., QuickBooks, Xero) preferred.

6. Ability to work independently and collaboratively within a team in a fast-paced environment, prioritising tasks effectively to meet deadlines.

7. Professional certification in credit management (e.g., CICM) desirable but not essential.

If you feel that you have the skills and experience to be successful in this role, please apply now!

Job Reference:

£12 – £15/hour

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