Job Description

Sr. Credit & AR Analyst (Bilingual)


At Trimac we change lives. We build futures for our employees. We believe employees are the backbone to everything that we do.

Here at Trimac, we have a story to tell. We are a company rich in history and with a large presence across North America. So, the question is, are you ready to change a life with Trimac?


Reporting to the Sr. Credits & Accounts Receivable Manager, this Credit & AR Analyst will be responsible for managing a portfolio or a strategic portfolio of $10m or greater, analyze credit data, customer payment behaviors, whilst supporting the collections functions. In addition, the incumbent will recommend, place, and or release credit holds for accounts deemed suitable for the action. This is a key role which liaisons with the cash management team, credit manager, salesforce, and senior management teams. Bi-lingual in French and English.

  • Detailed oriented, multitasker, and strong problem-solving skills
  • A high degree of analytical skills demonstrating a sense of urgency, meets deadlines, excellent communicator
  • Works autonomously, self-motivated, interacts with diplomacy at all levels of the organization
  • Comfortably navigates tactful influential change or leadership within diverse groups and departments
  • Effectively contributes to broader groups amid some restraints
  • Contacts customers regarding unpaid invoices
  • Analyze credit data and financial statements to determine the degree of risk involved in extending credit terms
  • Perform credit reviews to determine credit level and annual increases
  • Recommend the suspension of credit privileges based on specific criteria
  • Provide financial order management support within the credit and collections department to minimize credit risk, control credit exposure, effect timely payment, and proactively minimize risk of customer disputes by ensuring the sales to cash order process is fulfilled
  • Perform reconciliations, supplanted by thorough explanations of the customer's account and effectively document the sound business decision within customer profiles under specific controls
  • Proactively mitigate customer disputes, negotiate and ensues customer disputes to resolution and documents root causality
  • Prepares periodic reports for management regarding the status of receivables and collections activity
  • Market, train, counsel, advise, and advocate credit and collections policy and procedures internally/externally

  • 5 - 7 years minimum accounting experience in commercial credit and collections with an extensive knowledge of billing processes.
  • Must be knowledgeable of federal, state, and provincial collection laws, PCI regulations (Payment Card Industry), and audit complaincy laws.
  • Must demonstrate a competency in both bilingual oral and written communications internally/externally at all levels. (English and French)
  • Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration or Finance preferred or equivalent experience
  • The successful incumbent will have intermediate skills in Microsoft office suite, (MS Word and MS Excel), and Outlook

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