Position: Manager, Accounts Receivable
Location: Nashville, TN
We are currently seeking an experienced and qualified Manager of Accounts Receivable to join our innovative Accounting team at our Support Center in Nashville, TN. As a Manager of Accounts Receivable, you will play a vital role in overseeing and managing the company’s Accounts Receivable and Credit functions.
We have been recognized as one of Nashville’s top workplaces for the past ten years. We are dedicated to building a team of high-impact professionals who are committed to making a difference. If you’re looking for an opportunity to lead a team of talented A/R specialists, enhance your visibility and impact within a dynamic organization, and expand your cross-functional tactical and strategic skill sets, then this is the perfect place for you.
Oversee all activities of the Company’s A/R team, managing day-to-day, weekly, and monthly tasks.
Take ownership of the Company’s credit policies and procedures, making customer credit decisions and establishing credit limits during customer setup.
Monitor customer credit limits and balances to ensure good standing.
Review receivables daily to ensure timely payments and manage collections for overdue accounts.
Handle tracking, posting, and reconciling of all customer payments received in various forms.
Manage collections of credit card payments from stores and reconcile them to sales reporting and settlements.
Handle the setup of new customer accounts, including credit application review, credit checks, and credit request approvals or denials.
Monitor and manage the Company’s credit limits with fuel vendors to ensure compliance and uninterrupted fuel purchasing.
Identify process gaps and recommend and oversee process improvements to enhance efficiency and reduce errors.
Reconcile A/R accounts to maintain accurate general ledger records.
Provide regular A/R reporting to upper management and other departments.
Evaluate and adjust the Company’s reserve for doubtful accounts in accordance with U.S. GAAP.
Collaborate proactively with other departments to address A/R and credit needs.
Ensure proper handling and distribution of company funds.
Maintain confidentiality of all sensitive company, client, employee, and vendor information.
Bachelor’s degree in business, accounting, or a related field.
5+ years of corporate accounting experience.
3+ years of supervisory-level A/R, credit, and/or collections experience. Alternatively, a combination of education and experience relevant to the job.
Preferred Qualifications: Strong knowledge of U.S. GAAP and internal controls. Experience in credit management, including leading teams of three or more.