Accounts Receivable Administrator

  • Category
    Accounting & Finance - Accounts Receivable
  • Job type
  • Location
    Toronto, Ontario

Accounts Receivable Administrators job opening in the GTA

Adecco is calling all professional Accounts Receivable Administrators in the GTA. We are looking for top talent for our clients in various temporary and permanent positions. If you are looking for a new career opportunity, please read on to learn more!

The Accounts Receivable Administrators responsibilities include:

- Prepare invoices and process month-end and year-end closing entries
- Prepare bank deposits
- Review, analyze and reconcile ledger accounts
- Contact delinquent customers to secure payment, reviewing account history, posting payment and attend to customer queries/investigations/adjustments
- Coordinate collections process for invoices due and process payments received
- Perform credit checks and investigate credit requests and billing inquiries
- Identify bad debts, review aged listings, follow up on outstanding accounts
- Other duties as assigned

The Accounts Receivable Administrator Qualifications include:
- Community College – Diploma in Accounting, Finance, Business
- Minimum 2+ years’ relevant AR experience
- Strong investigative and reconciliations skills
- Knowledge of accounting principles and practices
- Strong analytical and problem solving capabilities
- Strong proficiency in Microsoft Excel
- Clear, concise verbal and written communications – demonstrated professionalism, diplomacy, influencing and strong interpersonal skill

If you are interested in an Accounts Receivable Administrator role in Toronto, Ontario apply by clicking the “Apply Now” button below to learn more.

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Reference number CA_EN_2_026575_29349

Accommodation will be provided in all parts of the hiring process as required under Adecco’s Employment Accommodation policy. Applicants will need to make their needs known in advance to their Adecco representative.

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