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Accounts Receivable Officer

Employer
Great Places Housing Group
Location
Manchester, Greater Manchester, United Kingdom
Salary
Competitive Salary
Closing date
May 16, 2024

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Job Role
Accounts Receivable
Sector
Finance
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time


Salary:
Circa £25,000Job Type: Full Time, Permanent

Location:
Head Office - West DidsburyBenefits: Competitive pension, 26 days holiday plus bank holidays, increasing with service, cycle to work scheme, season ticket loans for public transport plus much more.

What you’ll be doing:
  • Posting receipts from the Rent Cash Sheets i.e. Standing Orders, Chip and Pin Payments and Completion Monies
  • Investigating and resolving rent and sales ledger queries
  • Actioning rent tasks raised via the housing system
  • Investigating items posted to suspense and re-allocating to correct rent account
  • Responsibility for chasing missing housing benefit schedules with Local Authorities and other parties
  • Raising Sales Ledger invoices, credit notes and intercompany invoices
  • Raising automatic invoices on financial system
  • Credit control including sending reminder letters
  • Producing customer statements
  • Allocating sales leger cash receipts
  • Answering queries from the shared Accounts Receivable inbox within the SLA timescale
  • Complete Month end Procedures within the SLA timescale
  • Liaise with internal and external customers in order to resolve sales ledger and rent ledger queries
  • Assisting other team members where necessary

What you’ll need:
  • Account Receivable and/or Sale ledger experience
  • Experience of cross organisational working and engaging stakeholders
  • Use of full range of Microsoft Office.
  • Attention to detail and accuracy is essential
  • The ability to find information and resolve problems
  • The ability to work as part of a team as well as on own initiative

What we need from you:
  • A commitment to understand the challenges and opportunities that exist in the communities in which we work. We particularly value lived experience in social housing
  • A passion to advocate on behalf of people and communities
  • A commitment to work in partnership with others for the benefit of Great Places
  • A commitment to continuous learning and improvement
  • Ability to work flexibly and when needed outside normal working hours to ensure service continuity
  • An ability to work in uncertainty
  • To be professional and work with integrity, inclusivity and respect for diversity

What we give you in return for your hard work and commitment
  • Pension | DC scheme (up to 10% contribution from both colleagues and Great Places)
  • WPA | Healthcare auto enrolled at no contribution level with £1250 of savings available - option to increase & add family members
  • Annual leave |Start at 26 days annual leave, increasing up to 30 days + Bank Holidays
  • Flexi time | Allows colleagues to achieve a healthy work life balance whilst carrying out requirement of the role. A maximum of 13 days flexi can be taken in a year
  • Professional fees |?The business pays the cost of one professional membership fee for each colleague
  • The Market Place |high street, restaurant & supermarket discounts, gym memberships, cycle to work, smart tech loans and much more
  • Health and wellbeing initiatives |?Our colleagues enjoy wellbeing campaigns throughout the year, with activities designed around our four pillars of wellbeing, these include career wellbeing, mental wellbeing, physical wellbeing and financial wellbeing

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