Posted on :
4 May, 2012
At Adcock Ingram we strive to add value to the lives of people. By choosing a career with us you’ll be playing a pivotal role in critical issues facing healthcare today. You will also be part of a growing business facing new challenges despite our 120 year history, and you’ll have the unique opportunity to innovate, develop and implement value adding strategies.
Our Company culture is one that actively promotes and embraces our Adcock Ingram PRIDE values of passion, respect, innovation, development and execution. We value our employees and recognise their need to develop both personally and professionally so we consistently offer learning and development opportunities to all employees in a variety of professional fields and operational areas.
As one of the leading South African pharmaceutical company’s operating in South Africa, Africa and India we offer a wide range of careers in a variety of environments. Whether you choose an opportunity in Research and Development, manufacturing, quality assurance and control, logistics, customer service, marketing, sales, regulatory affairs, legal, human capital, finance and administration or information technology you will contribute to the next generation of medicines — the breakthroughs that will make better health a reality for millions now and in the future.
We are constantly on the lookout for these scarce skills in our industry — experienced pharmacists and supply chain professionals, experienced artisans for our manufacturing divisions and individuals with medical experience for our sales and marketing divisions.
Credit Control Supervisor
To service Government/Pharmaceutical Wholesale accounts. Reconciliation of accounts, attending to queries and collecting outstanding amounts.
• Matric with Accountancy;
• Minimum 7 years in Credit Control department;
• Computer literate – Oracle/Microsoft Office;
• Previous experience in similar position would be an advantage.
• To provide excellent service to external/internal customers
• To collect outstanding debts according to monthly/quarterly targets
• To minimise bad debts through controls and procedures
• To reconcile customer accounts through allocation of payments and raising of claims
• To visit government/customers to resolve queries
• Proactive – sound knowledge of Pharmaceutical debtors accounts on an open item system (Oracle)
• Results and deadline driven
• Good communication skills
• Overtime – certain amount of overtime required
• Problem solving and decision making skills
• Must be able to work under pressure
• Customer service orientated
• Computer literate
• Valid driver’s licence
Friday, 25 May 2012