Accounts Receivable (w/Deductions Exp.)

This position calls for a professional who is an analytical problem solver who will be responsible for effectively researching, analyzing, documenting, and resolving a variety of deduction claim types, with a focus on logistic deductions (shortages) in accordance with IAB and Client-specific standards and procedures. Knowledge of common carriers and mass merchandisers shipping and receiving procedures is helpful. You will maintain data on IAB and our client's systems, sending correspondence and telephoning customers to resolve the balances due. Attention to detail with exceptional ability to communicate complex information both written and oral is required as well as the ability to maintain accurate monthly reporting. This individual should be a self- starter and must be able to work effectively in a team environment.
Strong understanding of accounts receivable processes, including collections and deduction/chargeback procedures or related experience in Accounts Receivable or Finance.
Candidate must have Microsoft Excel experience including spreadsheet development, and the ability to create formulas and sort data.
Candidate will be working on numerous client systems and must have a minimum intermediate skill level in Microsoft Office programs.
Experience in SAP is required!
Flexibility, excellent customer service and communication skills.
Problem solver with strong analytical skills.
Ability to learn quickly in a fast paced, minimally supervised environment.
Most shifts are Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. (37.5 hour/week)
Special Notes/Comments:
If you are interested in applying for this position, please send resume and cover letter showing salary history.
IAB Solutions is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer.

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