Billing & Credit Controller - Maternity Cover

  • Location:

    West London, London

  • Sector:

    Part-Qualified Finance

  • Job type:


  • Salary:

    £24000 - £28000 per annum

  • Contact:

    Chris Parker

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  • Published:

    5 months ago

  • Duration:

    9-12 Months

  • Expiry date:


  • Startdate:


I am currently partnering with a well established media business based in Chiswick who are seeking an experienced receivables candidate to join them for a 9-12 month period. Taking care of the full billing and collections life-cycle for the business, this role will report into the Receivables Manager and will have shared responsibility for the businesses cashflow.



  • Raising invoices approx. 500 global customer accounts
  • Update client agreements in SAP
  • Handle disputed bills and negotiate to bring payment within agreed terms
  • Provide accurate advice and resolution on billing queries

Credit Control

  • Chase overdue invoices by telephone, email and letter within agreed timescales
  • Send out monthly client statements/reminder letters as agreed
  • General database/system housekeeping
  • Post payments to accounts and allocate cash
  • Reconcile receivables ledger
  • Other ad-hoc

To be a good fit for this role you will have experience of both billing and credit control and will able to see the whole life-cycle from cradle to grave without too much training. To have worked on SAP will be a big advantage as well as having solid proficiency on Excel to vlookup and pivot table level. Furthermore, a general keenness and interest in what you do will be useful; being curious about how processes could work more smoothly and being able to show excellent attention to detail/being accountable for your work are all attributes the ideal candidate will display.

If this role seems like it could be a good fit for you and you would like to be considered, apply via this advert, or to be fast tracked, please forward your CV and a brief covering note directly to me a


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