N. Glantz & Son, a national wholesale distributor for the sign industry since 1906, has an immediate opening for a qualified Full-Time Credit Manager at one of our 24 national locations. If you enjoy and excel at optimizing the mix of company sales and bad debt losses through credit management best practices…consider joining our Louisville, KY team! We offer a competitive salary, comprehensive benefits, and a rewarding work environment.
As the Credit Manager you will be accountable for the entire credit granting process, including the consistent application of a credit policy, periodic credit reviews of existing customers, and the assessment of the creditworthiness of potential customers.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned:
Maintain a department organizational structure sufficient to meet all goals and objectives
Properly motivate, supervise, and train the three to five members of the credit and collections staff
Measure department performance with appropriate metrics
Manage relations with collection agencies, credit reporting agencies, insurance providers, and the sales department
Maintain the corporate credit policy and recommend changes to senior management
Manage customer credit files
Monitor the credit granting and updating process
Accept or reject the staff's credit recommendations
Personally investigate the largest customer credit applications
Personally visit the largest customers to establish relations
Monitor periodic credit reviews
Monitor deductions being taken by customers
Manage the application of late fees
Manage the corporate financing program
Administer and oversee the proper retention of customer resale certificates
Candidates should possess a Bachelor's degree (B.A. or B.S.) from a four-year college or university; or one to two years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
If an offer of employment is extended, candidates must:
Be able to pass a drug screen;
Complete a criminal background check (a criminal conviction will not necessarily exclude candidate from employment); and
Possess a valid state driver’s license with a good driving record (for all positions that may include driving among the required job duties).