Credit and Collections Supervisor- Construction
Job Description

The primary function of this position will be to manage the accounts receivable of assigned branches to achieve goals established by the Director of Financial Services and Regional Financial Services ManagerAs the successful candidate, you will be tasked to follow the exciting job responsibilities:  
•         Compile, analyze and maintain information on credit worthiness on all customers within assignment
•         Approve and control extension of credit to all customers within the limitations established within Financial Services guidelines and Limits of Authority, using credit instruments (i.e., UCC, joint checks, letters of credit, liens, payment and performance bonds, guaranties) as appropriate; make recommendations for credit limits over limits of authority
•         Forecast and collect the accounts receivable in accordance with terms of sale and department objectives, with associated document support
•         Take appropriate action on overdue accounts, including recommendation of legal action to Financial Services Manager
•         Train Financial Services and Branch employees and customers as appropriate
•         Participate in periodic reviews of assigned accounts receivable, goals and objectives with Region Financial Services Manager, taking necessary action to improve performance
•         Review Aging and Claims and Deductions monthly with Branch Management, taking necessary action to improve performance and achieve established goals and objectives
•         Maintain aggressive follow up to ensure prompt resolution of Claims and Deductions
•         Reconciliation of customer accounts, including unapplied cash
•         Daily customer account maintenance
•         Conduct research as required
•         Customer and branch visits to develop and maintain strong relationships
•         Authority to restrict credit as appropriate and within guidelines of WESCO Policy
•         Analyze and make recommendations for bad debt adjustments and reserves
•         Create A/R invoices or credits within scope of authority 
•          Maintain lien/bond rights where applicable
•          Review and execute lien waivers within scope of limits of authority
•          Review and negotiate terms and conditions within scope of limits of authority
•         Drive Audit, Limits of Authority and Contract Administration policies and procedures compliance for area of responsibility
•          Prepare and submit required reports on timely basis
•         Participate in NACM or other credit industry groups meetings
•         Maintain contacts with credit profession and financial institutions
•         Continuous education and improvement of skills required to perform job duties; maintain professional competence in compliance of applicable laws 
•         Participate in LEAN and other task force groups as determined by management

Job Requirements

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES  
•        5-10 years credit and collection experience in commercial construction at a minimum
•         Computer literate - MS Office Products
•         Ability to analyze and interpret Financial Statements
•         Excellent analytical skills required to identify and mitigate risks of customer accounts
•         Strong written, oral communication and interpersonal skills with a positive disposition
•         Ability to work effectively with all levels of management to accomplish goals and objectives
•         Strong working knowledge of Industrial/Construction operations
•         Reliable with strong organizational skills and solution-oriented philosophy
•         Ability to prioritize tasks and demonstrate a willingness to accept new challenges
•         Willingness to travel as required
•         Willingness to accommodate temporary working hour changes as required by workflow   EXPERIENCE Education Requirements: 
•         bachelor's Degree in Finance, Business, accounting or any related discipline is Desired
•         NACM or other Credit Management Accreditation Tools RequiredManaged ReportsOn DemandEndura functions: CAT 14, Cat BRL; Cat WN; Cat ODI; Cat TT1; Cat TT8; Cat TTR PNC Pinnacle access PACTLOR processDun and Bradstreet and other reporting agency reportsCollection agency websites and reportingNACM reportsInternet searches (Secretary of State sites, County tax records, property title searches, etc)

Company Overview

WESCO International is a leader in industrial supply with an extensive offering of electrical, data communications, general maintenance, repair, and operating (MRO) and electrical OEM products. We are more than just an electrical distributor; we are a company of procurement specialists, helping customers lower supply chain costs, increase efficiency through WESCO Value Creation and save energy with green and sustainability initiatives. Our network of branches delivers industrial supply products fast, and our vast catalog of supplier partners enables WESCO to be your one-stop shop for electrical and MRO products. As a Fortune 500 company, our industrial supply solutions leverage our buying power and extensive procurement experience that leaders across a broad range of industries trust to deliver value, service and results that exceed customer expectations.

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