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Account Receivable Officer

Australian Foundation for Disability

About the company

Afford is recognised as one of the best disability service providers in the sector, and we are celebrating our 70th year. We currently have a total staff of 2000 employees, and we support over 3,200 clients daily.

We have very successfully transitioned to NDIS and have been able to make it work for us and our clients. We have continued to go from strength to strength as a leader in the market and offer ongoing support and development for our teams.

About the opportunity

Due to our strategic growth, we are looking to appoint an accounts receivable officer. You will be responsible for the integrity and maintenance of the account receivable function across the organisation; processing business customers, resident and client payments in the debtors system, actively chasing debtors, providing aged debt receivable reports and maintain credit note register

About the candidate

This role requires someone with strong organisational skills. We are looking for a person with the ability to prioritise, meet deadlines, and can work as part of a team as well as autonomously, some of the duties and responsibilities are listed below:

  • Ensure that Affords credit management policies and procedures are adhered to by appropriate staff.
  • Timely processing and accurate allocation of customer/resident/client/Plan Manager/ Self-Managed client payments through the Debtors Ledger.
  • Generate and distribute statements for Commercial, Individual and Plan Managed/Self-Managed Debtors
  • Distribute weekly Plan & Self-Managed Invoices and .csv files to plan managers
  • Generate and distribute Weekly Debtors reports on accounts receivable
  • Ensure customers are trading within terms& liaise with Debt Collection agencies.
  • Download daily bank statements
  • Prepare cash/cheques received for daily banking.
  • Other duties as required by the finance team
  • Ensure all Affords policy and procedures are adhered to

Why be part of Afford?

  • Excellent working conditions;
  • Competitive and above award pay rates and salary packaging options;
  • Career development and advancement opportunities.
  • Monthly and quarterly rewards for excellent customer service.

Afford is an equal opportunity employer. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants are encouraged to apply.    

In order for you to be considered for this role this position you will need to have a clear police check, obtain a WWCC, and a NDIS Clearance Check

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