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.

Collections Supervisor

Payroll service company is seeking a Collections Supervisor to play a critical role on the financial operations team. Position will review all accounts for collection efforts, accuracy and potential write-off, as well as advise management as to the recommended course of action. The successful candidate will have 5+ years of experience in credit and collections, supervisory experience and strong customer service skills. Knowledge of credit rules/regulations to ensure adherence to fair debt collection practices, Federal Credit Act, UCC and bankruptcy regulations and to help ensure maximization of D&B, Experian and CBC systems is required. BA/BS in Accounting, Finance or Business preferred; FACF system knowledge and CCE is a plus. Salary to $65K.

Credit/Collections Supervisor

Top national distribution company is actively looking to hire an outgoing Credit/Collections Supervisor for their outstanding team. As a manager of this well run organization, position will have primary responsibility to protect the national account revenue by supervising and developing customer relations within all aspects of credit and collections operations. Ideal candidate will have prior commercial supervisory experience with high-end accounts. Strong communication and interpersonal skills are absolutely essential in this role, degree preferred but not necessary. Previous leadership, mentorship and management experience of large collections teams is key. Exposure to distribution and/or manufacturing is preferred but other industries will also be considered. In addition to a comprehensive benefits package, numerous perks are being offered. Salary to $48K.

Credit Representative

Established medical company is seeking an experienced Credit Representative to join their team. Positions 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. …

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