Credit Associate - Fountain Tire (Edmonton Location)
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Fountain Tire has an exciting new position for a Credit Associate located in our Edmonton Corporate Office.
With over 50 years in the tire and mechanical service industry, Fountain Tire is proud to be recognized as one of Canada's "50 Best Managed Companies". Our vision is to be the best tire dealer in Canada and it is reflected in all facets of our business. We are committed to attracting and retaining talented people who want to be a part of achieving this vision!
As an important member of the Credit team, the Credit Associate, located in our Edmonton Head Office, will work closely with the Credit Manager and other associates on the Credit team to ensure Fountain Tire's account receivables are accurately maintained, to mitigate credit risk and to reduce overdue account receivables.
- Credit granting and collections of commercial account portfolio
- Monitoring credit limits
- Assigning accounts to third party collection agencies as directed
- Responding to store enquiries and emailing invoices to key accounts
- Providing missing invoices copies to customers as required
- Liaising with external customers and stores on disputed balances
- Ensuring the past due balances are collected and that collection activities are recorded
- Competitive market wages.
- Comprehensive benefit programs for you and your family.
- Recognition and incentives for your contribution to the organization.
- Support in developing, learning and sharing knowledge.
- Policies and programs that support a balanced lifestyle.
- Discounts for you and your family on tires, parts and services at all Fountain Tire locations
To succeed in this role, necessary knowledge, skills and abilities include:
- High School Diploma
- Completion of national collections and Credit Basics courses
- 2 years related experience doing high volume collections and credit granting within a limited time frame
- A combination of education and experience may be considered however high volume collection experience is critical