Credit Controller

  • Job Type:Full time
  • Category:Finance
  • Business Group:Firth Industries
  • Location:Auckland
  • Job Reference:FIR/16312
  • Closing Date:28 Aug 2020

Description:

Firth has been supplying concrete and masonry products to the construction industry for over 90 years. Our strong customer relationships and passion for innovation make Firth New Zealand’s leading concrete supplier.  Comprising of three businesses, Certified Concrete, Masonry and Dricon, our products are sold either directly or via our channel partners who operate in the infrastructural, commercial and residential construction markets. Firth operates in every region across New Zealand and employs over 750 team members, across 80 sites.

 
We have an opportunity for a Credit Controller to join the team based in Penrose. Reporting to the National Credit Manager, you will be responsible for partnering with the business to provide proactive and prompt collection of debt to optimise cash flow.  You will also be analysing credit risk information and provide informed recommendations back to the business to manage credit risk, ensuring the transactional accuracy of the ledger through account management activities as well as debt collection and negotiation. 


The person we are looking for will have a proven record of experience in credit control, good understanding of accounting principles, success in relationship-building and negotiating and bring sound decision-making and analysis skills gained from experience in credit control.  You will be a naturally focused, highly organised and independent operator who is able to bring innovative ideas and a commitment to continuous improvement.  
 
To apply for this role click APPLY NOW or visit www.fbcareers.com 

For more information about the role please contact Michelle McCullough, Talent Acquisition Manager on michelle.mccullough@fbu.com

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