Accounts Receivable Jobs in Hyderabad – Dell Careers

Specialist, Accounts Receivable


As an Account Receivable Specialist, you will provide support in the collections process, prepare outstanding accounts reports, support resolution of queries and proactively initiate collection activities while adhering to credit and collections policies, compliance to Customer Privacy Policy, GAAP and internal controls. You will also respond to customer queries and resolve customer invoicing disputes.

You will:

Prepare outstanding accounts reports, hold / cancellation reports, and process level reports for Revenue Services.

Maintain databases and prepare chargeback loss reports. Project the losses for reporting purposes
Check and verify account receivable records, prepare invoices, credit notes, refunds, files, posts ledger and general journal entries, and/or balances accounts receivable records.
Respond to internal and external customer account inquiries. Support internal metrics and goals through collections activities.
Work on critical custom invoicing accounts and requests. Coordinate dispatch of documents and forward credit for accepted documents
Connect with customers to secure payments and identify key problem accounts for leadership review

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Every Dell Technologies team member brings something unique to the table. Here’s what we are looking for with this role:

Essential Requirements

Bachelors Degree preferably in the field of Accounting / Finance
2 to 5 years of related experience in Accounts Receivables / Collections domain
Good knowledge of accounting principles along with basic analytical skills
Adherence to credit and collections policies while issuing credit notes/ refunds. Compliance to Customer Privacy Policy, GAAP and other internal controls.

Desirable Requirements

Good working knowledge on MS Excel
A keen eye for detail to spot any issues that may arise

Location: Hyderabad


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