Accounts Receivable Supervisor

Company Name:
Company Description:
Corning is the world leader in specialty glass and ceramics, creating and manufacturing keystone components that enable high-technology systems.
Cornings history is filled with breakthrough technologies that have played an important role in the way the world works. We thrive on solving difficult, commercially relevant problems through an innovative and collaborative research and development process. Corning succeeds through sustained investment in R&D, more than 160 years of materials science and process engineering knowledge, and a distinctive collaborative culture.
Scope of Position (i.e. projects involved with and role within group):
Responsible for supervising employees that analyze credit history and financial statements to develop risk evaluation and credit limits, to permit the highest profitable sales consistent with minimum loss.
Day to Day Responsibilities:
Assist in supervising Cash Application, Billing, Credit & Collections for all integrated Nafta Businesses.
Work with all integrated Nafta Customer Service/Commercial groups to ensure business expectations are being met.
Reconciliation of the Bad Debt Reserves.
Credit Analysis of Single Remits up to $2.5M
Responsible for communicating and resolving issues with customers at various levels of their organizations.
Assist with the managing for employees that analyze credit history and financial statements to develop risk evaluation and credit limits, to permit the highest profitable sales consistent with minimum loss.
Other responsibilities include collection management and resolution of outstanding invoices.
Responsible for assisting the groups achieve & maintain compliance with established policies & procedures with discretion to make minor (documented) revision to respond to atypical situations.
Oversees ongoing operations through direct supervision, review logs and reports from colleagues and subordinates.
Prepare monthly reports on status of major past due accounts for Credit Manager.
When required, answer inquiries from reporting agencies, other businesses and credit groups, re: Cornings experience with assigned accounts.
Assist in directing daily activities and reassessing staff to ensure efficient & effective operations.
Performs daily ongoing operational tasks of organization.
Participates in team projects (larger functional teams)
Ensures that work targets and schedules are met.
Implement solutions to deal with schedule delays and inform manager of actions taken.
Liaison with others at the same level, and one level above and below to ensure continuity and efficiency.
External contacts may be needed and these may involve sharing and receiving information for day to day activities.
Flexible work schedule is expected.
Ensure that all necessary SOPs are completed, accurate, and updated as needed.
Routine work is reviewed on a regular basis and all deviances are cleared for soundness of judgment.
Travel Requirements (please note if international): None
Hours of work/work schedule/flex-time: 40
Required Skills (These are skills that candidates MUST possess)
Strong Analytical skills
Team player
Demonstrated supervisory and process management skills
Ability to act under pressure in a fast-paced environment
Attention to detail, accuracy, process-oriented and organized
Ability to be comfortable interacting and communicating with all aspects of the business, including senior management of other companies.
Desired Skills (These are skills that would be nice for candidates to possess)
Knowledge of Credit and Collection
Supervisory experience
Ability to act on initiative
Ability to embrace change
Ability to be proactive in dealing with Customers.
Required Education: BS Degree (Preferably in Finance, Economics, or Accounting
Required Years and Area of Experience (minimum required for consideration): 3-4 years
Soft Skills (Communication/Team/Leadership)
Strong communication skills (verbal & written)
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