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Credit Controllers are responsible for designing, implementing and maintaining effective credit control systems and processes to enable a company or organisation to efficiently collect its debts.
Credit Controllers may be responsible for managing teams tasked with ensuring sales invoices are paid on time and for collecting aged debt. In smaller companies, Credit Controllers work alone and may also carry out other accounting tasks.
Qualifications are not always necessary to work in credit control, although senior credit controllers may be part or fully qualified accountants. The Institute of Credit Management also provides training and qualifications for those wishing to specialise.
Recent salaries advertised on TopFinancialJobs (November 2009) include:
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