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Company: EXACT MANPOWER CONSULTING LTD
Expiry Date: 13.Mar.2018
Job Role: Experienced
Position Type: Full Time
Organization Type: Private Sector
Kinondoni, Mikocheni Dar Es Salaam
Develop and standardize written policy documentation related to the credit and customer set up process.
Interface with sales organization to communicate credit decisions and ensure timely review of new customers. Make credit decisions within assigned authority
Plan and organize activities of credit / customer set up team to ensure file reviews are completed timely / accurately
Initiate process improvement and quality reviews to simplify and improve productivity
Negotiate documentation and payment terms with customers to ensure transactions are properly secured Resolve credit issues with customers
Develop management reporting
Bachelors degree in accounting, finance or related field
A minimum 5 years experience in Credit and Collections
Strong computer skills
Vast understanding of credit reporting agencies
Proficient in reading / interpreting financial statements for the purpose of underwriting credit
Excellent written and verbal communications
Ability to manage relationships both internally and externally
Strong audit background, problem solving and customer service skills
Fast paced environment
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