Accounts Receivable Supervisor Resume

Offering strengths in areas of:Offering strengths in areas of:

Invoice Management                  A/P – A/R Management
Customer Service                        Month-End-Closings
GL / Trial Balance                        Client Relations
Account Reconciliation              Account Management
Systems Operations                   Billing & Collections
Staff Supervision                         EDI / Data Conversion

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

FACTORY CO., Inc., North Hendrix, AL, 3/2002 – Present
Accounts Receivable Supervisor (11/2009 – Present)
Accounts Receivable Clerk  (9/2006 – 11/2009)
Computer Operator (3/2002 – 9/2006)

Managed the Account Receivable function for hundreds of national retail accounts, including
CALDOR’S, J.C. PENNEY, SEARS and KMART

General Accounting Processes
*  Handle billings, collections, reconciliation, general ledger and month-end-closings with a main focus on accounts receivable functions.
*  Manage detail aging, commission, manual/computerized cash batches,and sales journal; perform data entry and order processing functions.
*  Reviewed and approved new and current customers for credit accounts.

Customer / Vendor Relations
*  Liaised between management, staff, factoring company, suppliers, and customers.
*  Interfaced with customers and retail buyers to expedite orders.

Staff Training & Supervision
*  Train and supervise a staff of 5 junior accounts receivable clerks.
*  Coordinate  schedules, delegate assignments, and prepare payroll.
*  Work with HR to recruit new hires and supervise summer interns.

Systems Management
*  Manage Electronic Data Interface (EDI) operations.
*  Oversee all mainframe operations and troubleshooting.
*  Train staff on all system operations and software upgrades.

COMPUTER SKILLS

*  Microsoft Word, Word Perfect, Excel, and Access
*  Mainframes: CS50, MV25000, AS400;
*  Quicken and Peachtree Accounting
*  14,000 alpha/numeric keystrokes per hour

EDUCATION

JOHN DAVIES UNIVERSITY, Sherman, AL
B.S., Computer Science

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