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Accounts Receivable Associate

ForTec's continued growth and success has allowed us to provide exciting career opportunities for passionate, customer focused, and highly motivated individuals. This full time position is accountable for collection of purchase orders, answering incoming customer questions, contacting customers for payment, and supporting Accounts Receivable. Join our company you CAN make a difference.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Completes assigned tasks specific to billing and collections.
  • Utilizes various AR reports to target aged balances for collection in order to meet and maintain performance goals.
  • Exhibits excellent customer service and communication skills, as well as a positive attitude towards customers and team members.
  • Reviews and researching unpaid accounts and taking appropriate action to resolve issues.
  • Works closely with payers to determine additional or supportive documentation that may be needed to facilitate prompt payment and provide documentation in a timely manner.
  • Assists other team members with Accounts Receivable business needs.
  • Assumes additional responsibilities and special projects as needed.

Requirements:

  • Associate s/Bachelor s degree in business, accounting or related field preferred
  • 3-5 years previous work experience in accounts receivables, collections calls and billing in a high-volume, fast-paced environment required
  • Strong organizational skills with high attention to detail and accuracy
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Ability to manage high volume activity
  • Proficient technical knowledge of Microsoft Office applications
  • Microsoft Dynamics/Great Plains experience preferred

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