Title: Credit Officer
Company Name: Holding Redlich
Job Location: Australia, New South Wales, Sydney, CBD, Inner West & Eastern Suburbs, sydney
Employment Status: Full Time
Holding Redlich is a national commercial law firm with offices in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane and Cairns. We have close to 500 employees including our partners and we provide legal services to a range of corporate, private and public sector clients across a range of industries.
Since 2009 we have been awarded WGEA Employer of Choice for Gender Equality and a large number of our partners are recognised as industry experts in their chosen practice areas.
Our firm is shaped by our employees, our clients and the work that we undertake for them. At Holding Redlich you will get the opportunity to work with great clients and do great work. This is evidenced by the following:
- Competition comes from outside not from within
- We have a clear focus on core areas of work that we do
- We have a flat structure meaning you link directly with partners and are expected to and are encouraged to have direct dialogue with partners
- Extensive in-house learning and development program
- Health & wellbeing initiatives
- Regular social events
Our Sydney office are currently seeking an experienced full time Credit Officer.
This position will suit an enthusiastic and talented Credit officer wanting to enhance their skill set in a legal environment.
Skills and attributes:
- In conjunction with the National Credit Team, be responsible for the collection of the Sydney office's commercial debtors to maximise cash flow and reduce debtors and debtor days.
- Undertake appropriate direct collection activities with clients.
- Reconciliation of client accounts.
- Ensure compliance with the firm's Financial Matter Management Policy.
What we offer you
- Experience in credit management in a professional services organisation is essential.
- High level of competency with practice management systems (preferably Aderant CMS) and Word/Excel.
- High level interpersonal and customer service skills.
- A proactive approach and excellent time management skills.
- Succinct and effective oral and written communication skills.
- Ability to work autonomously and in a team environment.
- Knowledge of the New South Wales Law Society Legal Profession Uniform Law Act and Regulations.
We recognise that we are all individuals and it is important to us that you have the space and opportunity to be yourself both at work and outside of work. Whilst work is an important part of your life to be successful, you must have a life broader than simply work. Our approach, attitude and policies are designed to support an inclusive and diverse workplace.
For a confidential discussion concerning this opportunity please call Zoe Discombe, National Recruitment Manager, on 03 9321 9802. Applications are to include a cover letter and resume. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
Unsolicited applications or enquiries from recruitment agencies will not be accepted.
To apply please click on the "Apply" button below and complete our online application form.