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Accounts Receivable Officer

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Work type: Temporary
Location: Northern Melbourne / North Central Victoria
Categories: Finance

Accounts Receivable Officer

Mitchell Shire Council has embarked on Victoria’s last great story of growth.

Located just 40 minutes from Melbourne where the city meets the country, we’re renowned for our scenic beauty that’s rich in both history and heritage. We’re home to a mix of beautiful natural landscapes, townships and emerging communities in some of Australia’s fastest-growing suburbs.

Come join a Local Government Organisation offering a fantastic opportunity for Community, Opportunity and Growth for the right applicant.

This is your opportunity to join a supportive organisation in an area with a projected population growth of 181,591 people.

About the Opportunity

The Accounts Receivable Officer works with all areas of the organisation to provide a customer-focused finance services that delivers innovative solutions and aims to improve practices.

This role is responsible for:

  • Managing the invoicing and collection of Council's sundry debts
  • Sundry debtor system maintenance
  • Balance the sundry debtor’s subsidiary ledger to the general ledger
  • Produce sundry debtor financial reports and transaction data as required
  • Draft appropriate correspondence in respect of sundry debtor matters
  • Manage account collection activities
  • Produce and analyse reports on outstanding debts in all applications
  • Monthly and quarterly reports for inclusion as part of Management Reporting
  • Responsible for the processing of end of month and end of year task relating to accounts receivable functions.

This role is a temporary (12 month), fulltime opportunity with a Monthly ADO. Remuneration begins at $69K to $79K (Band 5) plus superannuation.

About You

Our ideal candidate will have the following experience/attributes:

  • Relevant degree or diploma and/or experience in a similar role.
  • Excellent verbal, written and numerical abilities.
  • Be capable of working independently and with high attention to detail
  • Ensure processes are completed accurately and in a timely manner.
  • Extensive use of computers and database maintenance.
  • People focused and outcomes driven and be able to work with enthusiasm and in a positive manner.

For further information about this role please contact Avish Muthreja, Financial Accounting Coordinator on 03 5734 6266

All applications must address the Key Selection Criteria in the position description. For information on how to apply, please visit our Careers page.

Please note: the successful applicant will be required to obtain a Working with Children Check, prior to commencement. You may also be asked to provide evidence that you meet the relevant State Government vaccination requirements.  

Applications close at 5pm Monday 27 March 2023.

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