Accounts Receivable - Cambridge, ON

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

Adecco is currently hiring for a Accounts Receivable Clerk in Cambridge, ON. To qualify for the role, you must have 2 years experience in Accounts Receivable and Credit Collections.
Our client is a large, reliable and reputable organization within the food and beverage industry. This Accounts Receivable Clerk is a 1.5 months contract and has a pay rate of $24.00 per hour. Work Schedule is Monday-Thursday 8:00-4:30, and Friday 8:00-1:00.

Accounts Receivable Clerk Responsibilities (but not limited to)
•Reconcile the accounts receivable ledger to ensure that all payments are accounted for and properly posted.
•Verify discrepancies by and resolve clients’ billing issues
•Perform day to day financial transactions, including verifying, classifying, computing, posting and recording accounts receivables’ data
•Collect on accounts by sending invoice reminders and communication with customers via phone, email, etc.
•Resolve collections by examining customer payment plans, payment history, credit line; coordinating contact with collections department
Accounts Receivable Clerk Qualifications 
•Minimum 2 years collection and reconciliation experience
•Oracle AR experience is an asset
•Excellent written and verbal communication
•Strong Excel and analytical skills
•Strategic Thinker-Proven problem solving, decision making skills
•Strong Collection skills

If you are interested in this Accounts Receivable Clerk in Cambridge, ON, please apply to this posting today! Also, please visit our Adecco website to check out other opportunities available at


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Reference number CA_EN_1_026602_12132337

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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