Toyo Tires Canada currently has the position of CREDIT MANAGER available at our Richmond Head Office and we’re excited to tell you about it !
OVERVIEW The Credit Manager (“CM”) oversees the credit folio within the organization focusing on risk assessment and credit authorization, accounts receivable, relationship management and general reporting requirements. This position ensures alignment with the initiatives of the Board of Directors, IFRS, J-SOX and our corporate policies. The CM liaises, services and builds relationships with internal clients, customers and various suppliers. In collaboration with the Accounting Team and all departments, the CM is responsible for the success of Toyo Tires Canada Inc. (“TCI”)
TEAM COLLABORATION • Provides input into Accounting Department strategic planning, budgeting, policies, procedures and operations • Promotes and maintains a workplace culture that encourages ethical practices, individual integrity and economic and social responsibility • Provides strong, effective and highly visible team collaboration, is motivated and contributes fully to the realization of TCI’s vision, mission and objectives • Conducts internal training on policies, processes, procedures and operational support services
RISK ASSESSMENT / CREDIT AUTHORIZATION • Investigates and accesses the credit worthiness of potential customers based on organization credit policies • Reviews and advises on current customer accounts including credit limit change requests • Grants and monitors customer credit approvals, assigning accounts, limits and managing securities • Reviews contracts and administers credit processes and policies nationwide ensuring proper documentation and file maintenance • Analyzes financial statements, monitoring financial ratios for customer stability and liquidity
ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE (“AR”) • Manages AR and ensures all debtors accounts are reconciled, aged and monitored regularly • Reviews AR ledgers and manages incoming payments, focusing on minimizing overdue accounts • Reviews and approves debit or credit memos ensuring accurate customer statements • Assist with cash application issues and authorize discounts • Investigates discrepancies including invoicing, shipping and pricing discrepancies
RELATIONSHIPS • Develops relationships with customers, ensuring timely processing of applications, prompt handling of inquiries and resolution of concerns • Manages relationships with collection agencies, credit reporting agencies, credit insurance providers and outside consultants • Manages relationships with internal Sales Department ensuring resolution of all account queries.
REPORTING • Prepares monthly and quarterly reports including bad debt reviews, aged listing and major account analysis • Assists with annual financial budget and periodic midterm plans • Manages National Account activities and reports • Ensures compliance with local, provincial, federal and international privacy laws and credit reporting and collection legislation The Credit Manager performs other duties as assigned QUALIFICATIONS The CM: • Should possess an CCP or equivalent designation, however candidates who are working towards their designation may be considered • May possess a CPA or equivalent designation • Must have a minimum of 5 years’ experience o Working in a similar role, preferably within a customer service, sales-oriented or product distribution environment o Working with priority or key accounts o Working with multi-site operations o Providing individual and group training and support • Must have experience working with Microsoft Office Suite including advanced Excel skills • Must have experience working with information and data management systems • Must be willing to participate in ongoing education and training for the role • Must be fluent in English (spoken and written). Fluency in French or another language is considered an asset Due to the nature of this role, we will require successful completion of background checks including employment reference, credit and criminal record
LOCATION & HOURS This position: • Will be based in Richmond, BC Head Office (7791 Nelson Road, Unit 170) • Google map office location : https://goo.gl/maps/7AVtcgkrNHPgT9Gb7 • Is a full-time year-round 40 hour per week position (Mon – Friday, 8am-5pm) • Very sporadic North American travel may be required to attend meetings.
GREAT REASONS TO JOIN OUR TEAM • Competitive salary based on experience and proven abilities • Comprehensive benefit package (with HCSA) after the completion of 3 months of service • An RRSP matching (up to 5%) after one year of service • A great professional development program • Free on-site parking • Unbelievable product discounts • Transit accessible office • An annual fitness credit of $125 to help you with memberships or equipment • Team building events including BBQ’s, bowling nights and holiday parties • A close knit operation with great opportunities to learn and develop
APPLICATION PROCESS If you are interested in applying for this exciting opportunity, please forward your resume and cover letter in word or pdf format only. In the subject of your email kindly indicate CREDIT MANAGER. TCI is an equal opportunity employer committed to hiring a diverse workforce and sustaining an inclusive culture that does not discriminate on the basis of disability, status or any other basis protected under federal, provincial or local legislation. We thank all applicants in advance for their interest in this position however only those local candidates who are legally entitled to work in Canada will be contacted. Due to the volume of applications we receive, we are unable to respond to phone, in person or agency inquiries.