• AR/Collection Supervisor

    Job Location US-TX-Houston
    # of Openings
    Regular Full-Time
  • Overview

    Allied Reliability Group is currently seeking an AR/Collection Supervisor for a large company in Houston, TX!


    Under the direction of the Controller, the Credit and Collections Supervisor provides management and oversight of all aspects of the A/R, Collections and Invoicing process.


    Responsibilities & Duties:


    • Ensure timely and accurate invoicing and collections of all billed amounts.
    • Manage and update policies and processes for the entire A/R department and ensure adherence to company guidelines.
    • Research and resolve discrepancies in client billing and payments.
    • Meet monthly cash collection target and DSO.
    • Work with Sales Support Team to communicate situations impacting prompt customer payment due to operational issues and to timely and accurately record adjustments to previously invoiced items.
    • Work with and be a key member on special projects and contribute to material and identifiable improvements to the overall process (from invoicing through Cash Receipts).
    • Manages relationships with both internal and external customers.
    • Assist in providing A/R related audit requests.
    • Develop and communicate reports indicating A/R Balances (all aspects of A/R).
    • Communicate department status in a clear and concise manner to management.
    • Participate in special projects as required.
    • Other duties as assigned.



    • Working knowledge of Excel, Word and Outlook applications.
    • Strong oral and written communication skills.
    • Advanced Excel skills preferred System improvement experience (process focused).


    • Bachelor's Degree in Accounting preferred.


    • 5-8 years’ experience managing all functions of A/R department in a large corporation. 
    • Attention to detail.
    • Able to multi-task and work under pressure.
    • Ability to speak Spanish desirable.
    • Must live in Houston area.





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