Accounts Receivable Supervisor

Company: Factory Motor Parts ( Learn More )

General Information
2 Year Degree
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Job Description

Factory Motor Parts (FMP) is a one of the largest distributors of OEM and aftermarket auto parts in the United States with an expanding international presence. Privately-held for over 70 years, FMP is aggressively growing though its warehouse locations in 19 states in the Midwest and Western United States. FMP also produces and distributes its own line of parts under the FVP brand as well as washer fluid and related products under the Splash brand of products.

FMP is searching for an experienced Accounts Receivable Supervisor that will have oversight responsibility for the day to day operations of the AR Collections team handling a portfolio of accounts in a face-paced, high volume environment. They will establish and maintain communication with the sales team and location managers to develop strong working relationships.

The ideal candidate will have experience supervising and working within a business-to-business AR team handling a high volume of customer contact.

  • Staffing – training, monitoring, evaluating and hiring as needed
  • Supervising day to day team activities, providing assistance where needed
  • Developing strong relationships with field, operations and finance personnel as necessary; collaborate on proper escalation of accounts receivable / resolution issues.
  • Maintaining debt/loss ratio goals to improve cash flow.
  • Reporting /Analytics for team and team member results, month end reporting, reducing outstanding A/R delinquent balances, collection and/or write off activity, and deductions outstanding on customer accounts and status of resolution.
  • Job Requirements
    • Working knowledge and experience with Collection work flow software, primarily Cforia
    • Proficient in Excel with working knowledge of pivot tables and reporting capabilities.
    • Ability to organize work efficiently and effectively handle multiple tasks with fluid priorities.
    • Ability to identify, analyze and problem solve.
    • Proven collection and negotiation skills.
    • Demonstrated ability to develop effective and professional working relationships with customers and co-workers.
    • Working knowledge of accounting and reconciliation procedures.
    • Ability to motivate teams to produce quality results within tight timeframes and simultaneously manage several projects
    • Bachelor’s or Associates Degree in Business, Finance or Accounting preferred
    • Five years of experience working in Accounts Receivable/Collections Management (minimum 2 years must be in a supervisory capacity) OR
    • An equivalent combination of education and experience.
    • NACM CBA or CBF certification

    An industry leader, FMP offers well-balanced compensation and benefits programs, including medical, dental, life, 401K with match, profit sharing, paid holidays/vacation/sick time + much more.

    Salary is based on experience and job performance.

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