A Great Reputation Speaks for Itself

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A Great Reputation Speaks for Itself


For more than 50 years, Robert Half Finance & Accounting has been the world's first and largest recruiting firm specializing in the placement of accounting and finance professionals. Listed below is a sampling of positions available through Robert Half Finance & Accounting. For a complete listing, visit us online at roberthalf.com.

Credit Manager

Wholesale distribution company is seeking to fill a newly created Credit Manager position. Individual must have an outgoing personality and strong communication skills as the position interfaces with the sales force. Ideal candidate will have 3+ years' credit experience as well as experience with $3M+ portfolio consisting of accounts averaging $25,000 and above. Bond and lien experience is a plus. Salary to low $50Ks.

Credit Manager

Mid-sized, $65M organization is looking for a Credit Manager to oversee a department of four individuals in their manufacturing location. The ideal candidate will have previous commercial collections experience, strong supervisory skills with a can-do team philosophy, and proven computer skills. Previous experience with Dun and Bradstreet is a big plus. Competitive benefits package and compensation to $55K.

Credit Representative

Established medical company is seeking an experienced Credit Representative to join their team. Duties include maintaining accounts receivable balances in accordance with department and company objectives through the application of collection technique, credit investigation, management of credit limits, and financial analysis. Must provide a high level of customer service by resolving invoicing issues and dealing with customer correspondence. 4+ years of experience in credit and collections in the commercial industry, preferably healthcare, and 4-year degree required. Salary to $45K.

Credit Manager

Large distribution company with over 100 distribution centers nationally is seeking a results-driven Credit Manager to oversee all facets of the credit department. The ideal candidate will have a 4-year degree in a business-related field, impeccable communication skills, 5+ years of experience as a commercial credit professional and knowledge of bond and lien rights. Certified Credit Executive preferred. Company offers a comprehensive benefits package and participates in the management bonus program.

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