Credit Controller - Osborne
Job Summary
  • Dublin
  • Permanent
  • 20th September 2023
  • -
  • Ref ID: #38521

Job Description

  • Location: Dublin
  • Type: Permanent
  • Job #38521

Credit Controller – Not for Profit 

At Osborne we are currently recruiting for our Not-for-Profit client for an experienced Credit Controller. This is a permanent role and will be based in Dublin 1 and will be based fully onsite in the office. This role will join a busy finance team and will be reporting to the Head of Finance. 
As a Credit Controller, you will play a critical role in managing outstanding accounts, ensuring timely payment of contributions and donations from supporters, sponsors, and donors. Your efforts will directly contribute to maintaining a healthy cash flow for their organization, enabling them to continue their impactful work in the community. 
They are looking for someone who is highly motivated, ambitious, and eager to progress with this growing division. This is an excellent opportunity to join a reputable organisation with fantastic career opportunities. 

  • €35-45,00 DOE 

Key Responsibilities: 

  • Credit Control Management 
  • Contributions Reconciliation 
  • Donation Collections and Follow-up 
  • Credit Assessment 
  • Documentation and Reporting 
  • Dispute Resolution 
  • Compliance and Regulations 
  • Process Improvement 
  • Stakeholder Relationships 

Qualifications and Skills: 

  • Proven work experience in credit control, accounts receivable, or a similar finance role. 
  • Not-for-profit sector is highly desirable, but not essential. 
  • Proven experience as a Credit Controller or in a similar finance role, preferably within the not-for-profit sector but open on this. 
  • Solid understanding of credit control principles, donation collection techniques, and accounting procedures. 
  • Exceptional communication and interpersonal skills to interact sensitively with supporters and stakeholders. 
  • Strong analytical abilities to assess credit risk and make informed decisions on credit limits for contributions. 
  • Proficiency in using accounting software and Microsoft Office applications. 
  • Attention to detail and ability to maintain accurate records, especially when dealing with confidential donor information. 
  • Familiarity with financial regulations relevant to not-for-profit organizations and adherence to ethical fundraising practices. 
  • Goal-oriented with a focus on optimizing cash flow to support the organization's charitable initiatives. 
  • Ability to work independently while fostering a collaborative and supportive team environment. 

For more information please apply through the link provided for the attention of David Wood or call Osborne Recruitment on 01 638 4400 
If you are interested in finding out more about the above role and would like to be considered for this or other suitable roles that we may have available for your skill set – please attach your CV via the link provided. Please submit your updated CV in Word Format
If you are living in Ireland and hold a VALID WORK PERMIT, we would love to hear from you, if however, you do not hold a valid work permit unfortunately we will not be in a position to assist you with your job search.  
Osborne are proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer.


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    Job Summary
    • Dublin
    • Permanent
    • Nov 17, 2022
    • Competitive
    • Ref ID: 123456