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Accounts Receivable Associate


The Accounts Receivable Associate is responsible for providing the historical information of clients to help the Management and sales agents in decision-making.


  • Validates and posts transaction information accurately.
  • Maintains and reviews the Client’s Transaction History (CTH).
  • Coordinates with the Financial Reporting Associates regarding CTH adjustments.
  • Provides CTH reports when requested by the Executive Vice President and/or by sales agents.
  • Reviews consignment and pull-out documents from warehouse and encodes consignment slips in Microsoft NAV.
  • Assists in preparing debit memos that reflect customer returned check payments, sales discount adjustment, and official receipt cancellation during Sales Department’s peak season (April to September).
  • Assists in preparing credit memos that reflect additional or sales discount adjustment, creditable withholding taxes, and sales returns after the consignment period during Sales Department’s peak season (April to September).
  • Maintains and secures historical data of customers’ files.
  • Handles account inquiries of customers and sales agents.
  • Provides a summary of invoices of schools’ adoption of new titles for computation of special incentives of sales agents.


  • Must be a graduate of BS Accountancy, preferably with CPA license.
  • With at least 3 years of work experience in accounts receivable and general accounting.
  • Detail-oriented and superior data entry skills.
  • With good interpersonal skills.

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