Credit Controller

Our client, one of the world’s leading pharmaceutical companies, is currently recruiting for a strong Credit Controller, to support their growing business on a permanent basis. Through acquisitions and mergers, this company has expanded rapidly in their history and now boast more than 10,000 employees, and offices in more than 20 countries.

The Role

This Credit Controller position, will be playing an integral role in the speedy collection of all unresolved debts and ensuring the ongoing liquidity of the company remains strong. The credit controller will be responsible for ensuring that debtors ledger is correctly managed and accounted for. The role is intended to be a long term interim position and will have potential to develop into a longer-term opportunity within the business for the right individual.

Key Responsibilities would include:

  • Managing the customer base and Debtors ledger assigned to you.
  • Daily review of Aged Debtors
  • Ability to forecast payments
  • Evaluation of credit risk and the setup of new accounts
  • Appropriate allocation of payments.
  • Communicating well with the relevant stakeholders.
  • Responding to and resolving queries within agreed time lines
  • Escalation of account issues to the Credit Control Manager

Specific requirements for the successful candidate would include:

  • Preferably 3 years + credit control experience in a multi-national environment.
  • Must have a strong understanding of excel in conjunction with SAP
  • Strong organisational and analytical skills
  • A strong communicator with excellent interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to work on their own autonomy

What’s on offer:

  • Exciting position within a leading Multinational Headquartered in Ireland
  • Ability to add value and to further develop your international experience
  • The genuine opportunity to be considered for other longer term positions in the business

To learn more apply on line or call Paul Lanigan at HRM on +353 1 6321826.

Salary: €42000 - €42000 Location: Dublin City Centre