A market leading distributor are looking for a Credit Analyst to join their team.
You role will be to manage credit exposure to our trade terms customer base, whilst minimising risks of loss and deliver both the business and our customers the ability to trade equitably.
Responsible for analysing management accounts and audit financials of current & new customer’s along with the credit committee setting credit limits. Also utilising the use of various credit checking avenues, including Graydon/Dunn & Bradstreet.
We welcome someone who is able to both join, and constructively evaluate our current processes, procedures and strategies and able to make recommendations for improvement.
Our team are constantly looking to help to drive the business forward and identify where we can improve margin and sales and reduce risk. In return, we offer amazing career progression and a competitive salary package
Experience working within the technology sector experience is highly advantageous but experience of working as a credit analyst, setting credit limits and working with credit underwriters is essential.
Salary: £28,000 – £33,000
If you think this role is perfect for you, please send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org
Your application will be passed to our team of recruitment consultants and should your skills and experience match the recruitment needs of our client, we will forward your CV to them so they can consider whether or not your application is suitable for this vacancy. By submitting your CV to us, you are giving your consent to us to use your details for this express purpose.
Unfortunately due to the volume of applications we receive we are unable to respond to every unsuccessful applicant, therefore if you do not hear from us within 10 days of your application please be aware that in this instance the Client has chosen not to pursue your application for this position.
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