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Accounts Receivable Specialist

Location: 
Everett, Washington

Job Title: Accounts Receivable Specialist
Grade: Individual Contributor
Department: Risk Management
Reports to: Director, Risk Management
Exempt/Non-Exempt: Non-Exempt

Function: The purpose of the Accounts Receivable Specialist is to determine and process accounts with past due invoices with customers of the company. 

Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Review AR aging to determine which accounts need to be contacted about past due invoices.
  • Contact customers by e-mail, phone, and mail and locate the appropriate person to speak with regarding unpaid invoices.
  • Notify the controller if unable to locate the customer.
  • Confer with customer by telephone in an attempt to find reason for non-payment. 
  • Ensure that invoices are sent to the correct e-mail or address. 
  • Understand the customer’s payment processes.
  • Interface with the operations department to solve billing problems.
  • Turn accounts over to collection agency when approved by Controller.
  • Run reports as necessary.
  • Perform other tasks as assigned by the Controller.
  • Research customers and pull credit reports.
  • Analyze customer business to set the proper credit limit.
  • Set up new customers in the computer.  Communicate with the Controller or President for credit limits above your authorized level.
  • Review credit limit reports to make sure no adjustments are necessary.

Qualifications:

  • Five to seven years of collections experience
  • Ability to work with Excel
  • Excellent written and communication skills
  • Strong computer skills
  • HS Diploma or Equivalent

To apply, please send resumes to careers@capps.com 

 

 

 

 

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