Accounts Receivable Associate with German language
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Improving people‘s lives - This is the motto of all employees who work at E.ON; to be able to always think about new ideas beyond our current products and to develop strategies for the future.
The work environment at E.ON is an expression of our culture and our values. It forms the common foundation on which E.ON employees all over the world shape the future.
In Romania, over three million people get their electricity and gas from us at home and at work – making us one of the top energy companies in Romania. Present on Romanian market for over 12 years, through its subsidiaries, E.ON supplies natural gas and electricity in Romania
Education / Training: Successfully finished high school or college. Good knowledge in Accounting, especially Accounts Receivable and good knowledge of SAP and MS Office.
- Accounts Receivable experience would be an advantage.
- Knowledge of principles, practices, regulations and procedures as they relate to billing and accounts receivable.
Languages: Good knowledge of German and English language (both written and spoken).
- Assures KPIs and SLAs are met
- Contributes towards improvement initiatives
- Brings forward ideas
- Process outgoing billing documents in accounting system
- Create and Maintain customer master data records
- Execute standard checks and ensure clarification is reached in case problems occur
- Execute period end closing activities
- Generate defined standard reports and process ad hoc requests as required by the team lead
- Solve enquiries
- Achieve performance objectives agreed with the assigned team lead
- Perform other duties as required within Accounts Receivable area as agreed with the assigned team lead
- Contribute to Accounts Receivable process improvement initiatives as required
- Work according to given process documentation