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Accounts Receivable Coordinator, Victoria, Western Coast Insurance Services

Published 2022-09-29
Expires 2022-10-29
ID #1191574353
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Accounts Receivable Coordinator, Victoria, Western Coast Insurance Services
Canada, British Columbia, Victoria,
Published September 29, 2022

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Accounts receivable coordinator


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We are one of Canada’s Top Employer, Join Us

For 100 years Western Financial Group, a Canadian insurance brokerage has listened to and cared for over 1 million customers. A career at Western will challenge you while offering opportunities for continuous development.


CLIENT CARE ASSOCIATE - ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE


As an Client Care Associate - Account Receivable Coordinator, you will be part of the Accounts Receivable team supporting the daily functions and processes while managing your own book of account receivable accounts and assisting with supporting projects.

Here is what a typical day looks like

Process Collection Statements on AR delinquencies, including registered mail
Billing policies and balancing monthly bordereaux reports
Ensure resolutions are met with any outstanding activities
Develop strong rapport with client groups and internal customers
Resolving Accounts Receivable and invoicing related issues
Complete data entry tasks
Maintain current industry and product knowledge to ensure legislative statutes are adhered to
Champion, communicate and implement company initiatives, guiding principles, policies, and procedures

The value you bring

Minimum 2 years in a similar role
Excellent computer skills with strong typing skills

Hours: Full Time, 37.5 hours/week

Location: Victoria, BC - At Helmcken Rd (Opportunity for Hybrid)

Requisition #: 77488

Western Financial Group – Top 100 Canadian Employer

Our people make us who we are and we’re thankful to have been recognized as a Top Employer across Canada! We are looking for great people who share our values and want to share their unique skills with us. Western is on a mission to exceed customer expectations, and that starts with our people. Would you like to be part of our story?

As one of Canada's top insurance brokers, Western creates security and provides customized insurance solutions to over 1 million Canadians. For over a century, we've secured our neighbours' future by staying true to our Guiding Principles of Truthfulness, Fairness, Value, and Loyalty.

Health and Wellness

At Western we take pride in providing programs that add value to our people’s lives – after all, they are our greatest asset! Eligible employees receive a competitive compensation package consisting of 3 weeks’ vacation, 14 paid wellness days, company matching investment and savings programs, and 100% employer-paid group benefits, including a health care spending account

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    Finance is a field that deals with the study of investments. It includes the dynamics of assets and liabilities over time under conditions of different degrees of uncertainty and risk. Finance can also be defined as the science of money management. Finance aims to price assets based on their risk level and their expected rate of return. Finance can be broken into three different sub-categories: public finance, corporate finance and personal finance.


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