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DEBTORS CLERK

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Job Description: 

 To deliver consistent highly accurate results. To be a good communicator and to support all departments with their administrative duties.'

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

  • Matric
  • Pastel evolution compliant
  • Accounting related courses beneficial
  •  
  • EXPERIENCE:
  • Administrative experience essential.
  • Strong ability to work with numbers.
  • Good interpersonal skills.
  • Work well under pressure.
  • Excellent computer skills essential

 

Licenses:

  • Own transport beneficial.
  • Code 08 license preferable

 

SUMMARY:

The main objectives of the support services is: -

  1. To accurately collect on debtors payments in accordance with DSO target
  2. To assist the admin department with administrative duties as required
  3. To support the admin office in line with procedures and assigned job descriptions.
  4. To be responsible for the image of the company
  5. To be a proud representative of the company and seek out and report any opportunities to management.
  6. To act in a professional manner at all times.
  7. To communicate effectively by reporting all incidents, accidents, and near misses or any other information related to safety, health, environment, or quality.

KEY PERFORMANCE AREAS:

  1. To ensure that debtors days are sub 45 days.
  2. Ensure that all SHEQ policies and procedures are followed by you and all your team members

Location: 

Port Elizabeth, South Africa,

Company: 

Swift Human Resources

Education: 

No education

Job Category: 

Environmental,Customer Services,Waste Management

Working Experience: 

4 to 5 years

Contract Type: 

Full Time

Salary: 

R85000 to R10000

Salary Frequency: 

Monthly

Job Reference #: 

3210774988

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