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The EMEA Collector will join EMEA Finance team based in Cork. They will be responsible for collections for a variety of EMEA countries.
They will be required to adapt to working in an international organisation where consistent achievement of targets is required.
Ensuring that the quarterly cash forecasts established are delivered upon.
Ensuring that a minimum 90% of the AR aging is current at quarter end.
Expectation that any debts greater than 60 days are minimized & ensuring the credit manager is informed where there are concerns regarding payment.
Building strong relationships both internally with other NETGEAR functions & externally with customers to ensure that all issues are dealt with in a timely manner with minimal impact on collections.
Work with the financial accounting manager to fulfil order management requirements. Involves regular credit analysis of active / potential customers, perform credit hold releases on a daily basis & proactively working with the sales team to forecast credit requirements.
Monthly reconciliation of Accounts Receivable General Ledger.
Responsible for invoicing and accurate booking of receipts on a daily basis.
Process intercompany funding & invoices on a monthly basis.
Validation of price protection claims on a bi-weekly basis to ensure that all claims are issued within 30 days of receipt.
Processing a wide variety of credit notes from various customers relating to sales incentives schemes.
Ownership of Sarbanes Oxley compliance for area of responsibility.
The successful candidate will be a graduate; Degree educated in the field of Business / Finance / Accounting and possesses a desire to develop a career in finance.
Experience in an EMEA Accounts Receivable SSC organisation covering countries in EMEA other than UK / Ireland is beneficial.
Enthusiastic, highly organised, outgoing, self-confident individual with strong communication skills and a focus on service delivery.
Able to work independently, committed to learning and development, comfortable with the flexible approach required to deliver results.
Experience of Oracle E-Business ERP system is beneficial.
Strong Excel Skills.