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The Accounts Receivable Clerk is the mid-level position in the Accounts Receivable job family and they deal with medium sized accounts.
Their primary goal is to assist with the provision of financial, administrative and clerical services that will ensure that client accounts and related information is accurate and up to date.
Accounts Receivable Clerks receive and verify invoices and requisitions for goods and services and verify that transactions comply with financial policies and procedures.
These individuals ensure the preparation, verification and processing of invoices and coding of payment documents. They prepare batches of invoices for data entry and then data enter these invoices for payment into the relevant accounting systems.
They ensure that backup reports are processed after completion of their data entry. They follow established procedures for processing receipts, cash and prepare bank deposits and ensure that all payments are allocated to the correct accounts.
The Accounts Receivable Clerk ensures that all payments to be received from debtor accounts are collected on time and in a professional manner.
They perform regular age analysis on client accounts, monitoring account details for non-payments, delayed payments and other irregularities and use this information to follow up on outstanding payments and initiate collection efforts.
The Accounts Receivable Clerk displays client service orientation and deals with client account related queries, ensuring that progress and solutions are communicated.
They escalate more complex client queries to the Senior Accounts Receivable Clerk.
The Accounts Receivable Clerk ensures the creation and maintenance of client records and an up to date billing system. They prepare debit orders and issue statements to clients on open invoices and outstanding monies.
They ensure that receipts are distributed to those clients that have paid their invoices. The Accounts Receivable Clerk prepares and distributes regular and adhoc reports as required by the business.
They balance and reconcile batch control totals with source documents or computer listings to ensure the identification of errors, the encoding of the correct amounts and the preparation of the correct records.
The Accounts Receivable Clerk is a proactive individual who has good interpersonal and effective communication skills. They are excellent listeners and display good client engagement and negotiation skills.
These individuals are able to cope well in conflict situations. They display the required accuracy and attention to detail when dealing with client accounts and information.
Required Work Experience :
3 5 years’ working experience,
3 years’ working experience in a relevant environment
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Diversity in Dimension Data
Dimension Data is an equal opportunity employer with a global culture that embraces diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be unfairly discriminated against on any arbitrary ground including race, colour, sex, religion, national origin, veteran status, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, or other protected category.