Credit Manager

St. Louis (Earth City), MO
Full Time
Accounting and Finance
Manager/Supervisor
Main Street versus Wall Street…CCA Global Partners connects independent, family business owners to provide scale, resources, and innovation, giving them that competitive edge in this big box world.  If you have a passion for people, entrepreneurship, and community you may have just found your new home!  Opportunity…hybrid schedule…benefits created with a focus on taking care of our employees and their families…that’s the CCA way!  If you say YES, we’ll say WELCOME HOME!

We are seeking a Credit Manager in our St. Louis office for our finance and accounting department.  In this position, you will be responsible for supervising the Credit Analysts and Collection Coordinators, assisting, and recommending appropriate actions on accounts, and is responsible for analyzing credit and financial reports to determine risk involved in extending credit to members and rebate suppliers.  You will assist Credit Analyst and Collection Coordinators in resolving past due balances, account discrepancies and any related issues/disputes for multiple divisions of CCA Global Partners.  Our ideal candidate is detail-oriented leader, an excellent communicator, and has a B2B collections background with a customer centric focus. 

Our Credit Manager will:
 
  • Effectively lead team and ensure collection and department goals are attained.  Effectively set and manage credit lines and credit holds with staff.  This involves collecting and reviewing credit reports (D&B), financial statements, and Trade and Bank references.  Strong negotiation skills to resolve delinquent accounts.
 
  • Analyze credit data and financial statements to determine the degree of risk involved in extending short- and long-term credit to both existing and new applicants.  Input and provide management with financial analysis via computer scorecard modeling, including comparison of financial ratios such as liquidity, profitability, debt to equity, as well as analysis of credit histories of individuals or companies to determine risk.   
 
  • Manage convention and other orders, reviewing and determining requirements with staff to release orders.  Effectively determine and coordinate with staff when accounts should be placed on credit hold or removed from credit hold status.  Make suitable arrangements for accounts on hold in order to maximize order releases within the acceptable corporate credit risk. 
 
  • Monthly closing and balancing of the Accounts Receivable General Ledger on multiple Databases. 
 
  • Analyze Bad Debt exposures and provide recommendations for Bad Debt Reserves.  Manage higher risk accounts, making recommendations when additional actions are necessary. 
 
  • Perform other duties such as manage member dividend schedules, coordinate with staff to prepare and email account statements, review individual and commercial account files to identify and select delinquent accounts for collection with third party agencies, coordinate with staff to ensure new accounts and changes to existing accounts and be responsible for interview process, training, development and evaluations of new hires to credit and collections staff.


Do our requirements match YOUR background?
  • Bachelor’s degree (Accounting/Finance preferred) with 7-10 years’ collections experience, 3-5 years’ credit analysis experience and 1-2 years’ supervisory experience. 
  • Knowledge and experience with the analysis of credit and collections techniques, along with quantitative skills.
  • Ability to lead and work as a team member of a goal-oriented department; be flexible; be able to work independently and balance multiple priorities; be able to prioritize and work on multiple databases and companies to ensure all responsibilities are being met in a timely fashion.
  • Strong initiative and proactive problem-solving ability.
  • Excellent communication skills with corporate staff and management, in a courteous, tactful and concise manner.
  • Strong computer skills (Microsoft Office, inclusive of Word, Excel, and Outlook).

How we take care of YOU:
  • We provide YOU the ability to collaborate with a passionate group of leaders, peers, and amazing Members!
  • We recognize YOU for your accomplishments and contributions through development, growth, and compensation!
  • We care about you AND your family.  We want to make your life better and easier.  Our benefits exist so you are well taken care of, and we support you and your loved ones through life’s various stages and situations.

What’s so special about us?
CCA Global Partners remarkable cooperative business model empowers thousands of entrepreneurs to succeed in a marketplace that is impacted by widespread consolidation. Our mission is to empower entrepreneurs and independent business owners by providing them the scale, resources and innovation that create sustainability, growth, and effective competition in today’s evolving marketplace. 
 
Thriving on our core values and approaching success with the CCA Way.
Proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer.
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