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- Ensure correct billing of the customers for the services offered to them
- Compile and analyze information such as shipping rates, prices, discounts etc.
- Collaborate with sales and finance professionals for the purpose of maintaining accounts receivable
We are hiring a qualified Billing Coordinator for ensuring that our company tracks as well as collect debts efficiently and accurately.
What does a Billing Coordinator do?
You will be responsible for safeguarding the revenues of the company. Your ultimate goal would be to ensure that we appropriately charge our customers and collect payments in a timely manner. In order to succeed in this role, you must have a sound knowledge of all billing procedures and a keen eye for details.
You must also have excellent analytical and communication skills so as to serve the customers better.
- At least a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance, Economics or a related field
- Professional certification (e.g. CPA or CFA)
- Prior experience as a Billing Coordinator or a similar role
- Experience with accounting software (e.g. QuickBooks)
- Experience with data entry, MS Office, and ERP software
- Sound knowledge of all billing laws and practices
- Sound knowledge of mathematics and numerical analysis techniques
- Trustworthiness and confidentiality
- Strong interpersonal and communication skills
- A keen eye for details
- An analytical mind with a problem-solving attitude
- Ensuring correct billing of the customers for the services offered to them
- Compiling and analyzing information such as shipping rates, prices, discounts etc.
- Collaborating with sales and finance professionals for the purpose of maintaining accounts receivable
- Requesting payment of outstanding debts in a considerate yet firm manner
- Negotiating payment arrangements as needed
- Keeping accurate records (e.g. received payments, customer information etc.)
- Preparing and submitting statements
- Issuing invoices and distributing them by mail or electronically
- Communicating with customers to resolve their issues and answering their questions
- Resolving disagreements and conflicts between the company and the creditors