Payment collection specialist with German

Location
Industry
Contract Type
fulltime
Published
Reference
20-28-339868
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Job description

We have an exciting opportunity for German speakers in Accounts Receivable, to join the Business Center in Prague of a well-known IT company.

The position of Account Receivable is responsible to ensure incoming client funds are applied to all relevant accounts. This role is pivotal in allowing efficient, real-time processing of client orders.

You will be in charge of the whole process of debt collection which includes communication with your portfolio of clients and other departments, negotiation, assigning relevant payment methods and risk analysis, identification and prevention.

Your tasks go hand in hand with building a close relationship with your customers to achieve win/win outcomes.

This requires very good problem-solving and organizational skills. Attention to detail and pro-activity will be needed, and very strong communication and negotiation skills are a must.
Apply now and we will be happy to provide you with further details.

Requirements

- Fluent English and very good level of German (B2 level, both written and oral)
-Basic understanding of accounting and the collection processes
-Bachelor’s degree in economics, business or other relevant fields
-Ability to work within deadlines and quality
-Pro-customers orientation
-Analytical thinking
-Great negotiation and influence skills

Benefits

- Flexible working hours
- Home office
- Language courses
- Contribution to health and accident insurance
- 5 weeks of holidays
- Meal vouchers
- Contribution to Multi Sport card
- Cafeteria
- Fruit and refreshment at workplace
- Special mobile tariff offer

The company also offers a rotation program, opportunity for career growth both horizontally and vertically and stable employment with high standards of work.

Other notes
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