Credit Risk & Collections Analyst

Calgary, Alberta. Recruiting Partners - Confidential

About the role

About the role

Our client s a leading global manufacturer and supplier of steel pipe products and related services for the world’s energy industry and other industrial applications. Our customers include most of the world’s leading oil and gas companies as well as engineering companies engaged in constructing oil and gas gathering, transportation, processing and power generation facilities. Our mission is to deliver value to our customers through product development, manufacturing excellence, and supply chain management. We employ around 22,000 people from more than 30 countries. Join us today and advance your career in this well-respected industry.

LocationCalgary, Canada

We are seeking a junior-intermediate level Analyst to join our Accounting & Finance team in Credit Risk & Collections Analyst for our downtown Calgary location. The successful incumbent will analyze customer’s credit lines detecting the accounts exceeding established limits in amount and terms activating the corresponding collection. In addition, this individual will perform periodic financial analytics based on balance sheets provided by customers, and in conjunction with our credit policy guidelines.  

Provides information on cash inflow by making collection projections.
Makes the collection estimate program analyzing customers current accounts and payment terms.
Complies with defined exposure limits monitoring through management indicators credit excesses and collection delays.
Reduces risk exposure conditions proposing alternative coverage for commercial and political risks.
Supports credits to be granted by managing and administering credit insurances.
Minimizes overexposure risks by analyzing future exposure for all our clients.
Verifies invoices approval status checking insurance coverage and other credit guarantees.
Maintains credit lines in the systems according to corresponding authorization.
Risk mitigation, Account Receivables and review of sales contracts.
Complies with our policies, procedures and management standards, and ensures adherence with all laws and regulations that apply to the area of responsibility.
Protects from damage, theft or misuse the facilities, equipment and other physical resources assigned to his/her area.
A post-secondary degree in Accounting, Finance or Business is required
Less than 7 years’ experience in credit and collections would be considered an asset
Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Excel is required
Previous experience in SAP, HighRadius and MS Access would be an asset.
The ability to effectively manage and prioritize work
Strong analytical skills and attention to detail

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Diversity & Inclusion
As a global leader, our foundation was built on diversity in all its forms, including culture, gender, creed, race, nationality, and generation. With diversity among our people, we gain diverse thoughts, abilities and perspectives that keep us both innovative and competitive. Our diverse and inclusive workplace – rooted in our values of safety, ethics, transparency and open communication – brings together remarkable people and enables them to be themselves.
With representation from across our Canadian operations, we have an active Diversity & Inclusion committee that is working to advance a diverse and inclusive workplace through strategic initiatives.
We are an equal opportunity employer, valuing diversity in employment. We are committed to providing accessible employment practices that are in compliance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA). If you require an accommodation for a disability during any stage of the recruitment process, please advise the Human Resources Department.