Billing and Credit Analyst (Billing Lead)
£31,000 – £35,000 pa plus up to 5% Performance Related Pay
Our residents are at the heart of everything we do at Newlon. With approximately 8,000 affordable homes across north and east London and a range of tenants for whom we also supply care and support, we are bringing all our services up to our Newlon Gold standard.
Taking responsibility for invoicing across the organisation, you will take the lead in all group billing, ensuring an effective invoicing timetable is in place and all invoices raised have been duly agreed with external parties and local authorities and evidenced by contracts or signed agreements where appropriate.
You will also work collaboratively with the Credit Controller and a range of managers across the group to ensure debtor issues are resolved in an efficient and proactive manner. A people person with the ability to communicate proactively and effectively at all levels and able to establish good working relationships with service teams. The ability to be supportive and assist non- financial staff to understand the need for good and accurate financial information for accurate billing.
Having previously worked in a similar role, you will have good knowledge of billing and collection routines and sound experience of dealing with external contacts and customers ranging from local authorities, companies and to private customers or their representatives. You will also have a background of working with operational colleagues to resolve customer queries that are delaying payment and experience of using Excel to an intermediate level and computerised accounting packages, in particular SUN Accounts would be helpful.
In return, you can expect 27 days holiday, a non-contributory pension, excellent benefits and a flexi-time scheme. You’ll also be working out of purpose-built offices that form part of the award-winning Hale Village regeneration project and are situated just two minutes’ walk from the major transport interchange at Tottenham Hale.
Newlon Housing Trust is a charitable housing association and a committed Equal Opportunities employer.
Closing date: 25th January 2019
Assessment to take place on: Monday 11th February
Interviews to take place on Tuesday 19th February
Salary: £31,000 - £35,000 pa plus up to 5% Performance Related Pay
Location: Hale Village, London, N17
Closing Date: 25/01/2019 05:00 PM