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Accounts Receivable - Collections

Location:

St Louis, Missouri

Job ID

1700285
Accounts Receivable - Collections

Collections Communications and Documentation— Check all communications for payment information including voice mail, e-mail, fax, mail, and your in-mail bin. Document payment information about customers in the Sage 100 accounting software system and other paper files on an ongoing daily basis. Documentation could include A/R notes, bankruptcy notes, and outside collection notes.


Collections Calls—Implement the collection process according to the Accounts Receivable Policy.  Contact customers with overdue invoices by phone and coordinate invoice payment.


Aging Reports----Use the 45, 60, 90, and 120 day Aging Reports as an information tool to help collect on outstanding invoices.  Print, review, and follow-up with customers listed on aging reports to coordinate payment.


Bankruptcy Collections—Resolve invoice payment issues with customers in bankruptcy according to the SOP.  Document bankruptcy information in Sage 100 as BANKRUPTCY notes.  In Sage 100 change the terms to C.O.D. (cash on delivery) and the Salesperson Code to 1300 Dead Account.


C2C/Turnover for Payment—As a final step in collections for delinquent accounts, turn accounts over to outside collections, as needed according to the procedures outlined in the Collections SOP.


Cash Sales Accounts—Evaluate Cash Sales Accounts and hold the Territory Manager accountable for payment. 


Assist in other duties as directed by the Collections Team Lead, Office Administrator and/or General Manager – Director of Operations. 

Qualifications

The candidate must be proficient with commonly used software applications:  Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, and 10-key touch.

Strong organizational, communication, and phone skills.
Attention to detail, ability to adapt with little direction.
Handle unexpected events, demonstrate flexibility and productivity especially under stress.  
High School Diploma required


UniFirst offers a Fleet of Benefits, 50+ to be exact!

401K with Company Match

Profit Sharing

Health Insurance

Employee Assistance Program

Life Insurance

Supplemental Life Insurance

Long Term Disability

Vacation

Sick Time

Paid Holidays

Direct Payroll Deposit

Tuition Reimbursement

30% Employee Discount     

Employee Referral Program

Where will a UniFirst Career take you?

As an industry leader in the rental, lease and sale of uniforms and facility services products, UniFirst Corporation has grown to become one of the largest companies in the garment services industry.

UniFirst is recognized on the Forbes “Platinum 400 - Best Big Companies” List. With over 14,000 employee Team Partners and more than 250 facilities throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico and Europe, you are never just a number when you work for UniFirst. What sets us apart from all other companies is that we still function as a family run business. When you work for UniFirst, you’re family!

UniFirst Corporation has a strong history of promoting from within. In fact, most of UniFirst's Senior Managers have come from within the Company. Opportunities are endless for those individuals who possess a strong work ethic, a commitment to quality, and above all else, a passion for delivering quality customer service, both internally and externally.

Our culture is what makes UniFirst an organization that stands out from the rest. Are you interested in loving your job? Find out just how far a career with UniFirst can take you.

UniFirst Corporation is an EEO/Affirmative Action Employer M-F-Disability-Vet

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