Friday, December 28, 2007

Lowongan kerja : Job vacancy at PT Acer Indonesia

PT Acer Indonesia

Acer ranks as the world’s No. 4 branded PC vendor, designing easy, dependable IT solutions that empower people to reach their goals and enhance their lives. Since spinning-off its manufacturing operation, Acer has focused on globally marketing its brand-name products: mobile and desktop PCs, servers and storage, LCD monitors and high-definition TVs, projectors, and handheld/navigational devices. Acer’s unique Channel Business Model is instrumental to the company’s continued success. The model encourages partners and suppliers to collaborate in a winning formula of supply-chain management, allowing Acer to provide customers with fresh technologies, competitive pricing, and quality service. Established in 1976, Acer Inc. employs 5,300 people supporting dealers and distributors in more than 100 countries.
Due to our rapid expansion, Acer Indonesia seeks for a potential people to join with us.

Credit Controller Specialist
(Jakarta Raya - Jakarta)

Male, age between 26 – 32 years old.
Bachelor degree (S1) in Accounting/Finance
Minimum 4 - 5years experience with at least 1 year in Supervisory level.
Experience as Credit Controller in Consumer Finance, Banking or other Financial Services industry.
Familiar with financial statement, processes, data, systems.

Provide information of Customer Credit Limit on day to day basis for both External and Internal.
Monitor and manage company business risk in the safety area with approval from Management, to support Company Annual Sales Target.
As a main contact window for Credit Insurance on reporting and administration, excluding Company’s data.
Data submission to Bank in relation of Distributor Financing, excluding Company’s bank data.
Maintain and close monitoring of Open Account Customer by measure their liquidity and payment history.
To ask for payment for any past due AR.
To inform Financial Controller and Finance & Accounting Manager upon past due AR > 5 working days.
To send Accounts Statement to respective Distributors and provide necessary information in line with Distributor’s credit limit.
To collect data from Acer Customer Service Center and matching to invoices by front desk and system for each branch.
To do offsetting between invoices by system and cash received into system.
Separately listing withholding tax customer and VAT out.
Filling & keep well all documents.

If you meet the qualification, please send your resume with recent photograph, current and expected salary, to :

Lowongan kerja 28 Deseember 2007 | Closing Date: 26-1-08

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