Credit Officer at EQUANS

EQUANSis hiring people as Credit Officer. The Selected person will be earn at least Undisclosed NZD per month. There are also many more opportunities. Read the entire post carefully to know all the details related to this job.
PostingCredit Officer
Job EmployerEQUANS
LocationNorthern Suburbs
Job SectorAccounts Receivable/Credit Control


EQUANS ANZ is part of a global, technical services leader, and part of the ENGIE Group. Our local team of qualified technicians and support staff delivers value for customers by balancing cost, risk and performance, while having access to a global network of experts. We design and provide customised solutions for our clients to support them in their energy, industrial and digital transitions.

With nearly 900 highly qualified employees across 20+ locations in Australia and New Zealand, we provide excellent technical know-how in design, installation and maintenance, with a unique combination of skills in Mechanical, Fire Protection, AV and Electrical and Communications Services.

About the Role:

We are seeking an experienced Credit Officer who is interested in joining a dymanic work environment. Based out of our office in Fairfield VIC with the potential for flexible working from home, this role will manage the debtor accounts including risk assessment, collection, reporting and minimisation of bad debt for the EQUANS Business’ in Australia & New Zealand.

Role overview

  • Collection of debtors outstanding

  • Carrying out debtor account reconciliations and following up outstanding items such as credit claims to ensure they are resolved in a timely manner

  • Regular contact with debtors to ensure payment of outstanding invoices are within credit terms

  • Resolving issues for account holders and liaising where necessary with the Business Managers

  • Preparation of monthly credit management reports

  • Keeping management informed of potential debtor problems and new credit procedures

  • Answering and resolving credit, sales, management, debtor and business unit enquiries  

  • Opening new debtor accounts

  • Assessing new accounts for creditworthiness as required and ensuring appropriate levels of investigation have been made

  • Provide back-up assistance to allocations team as required

  • Adopting an attitude of continuous process improvement, constantly reviewing processes, investigating better ways of doing things and implementing efficiencies

The successful candidate will have:

  • A minimum of 2 years experience in a high volume in a credit role

  • Intermediate MS Office Suite experience, specifically in Excel 

  • ERP system experience (Microsoft Dynamics GP & Pronto Xi desirable)

  • Proven collection and credit management skills

  • Understanding of the Construction Services industry (desirable)

Benefits of EQUANS

We offer a positive team approach across our 20 locations with a focus on flexible working options for our employees, including working from home, EQUANS Paid Parental Leave and more. We support our team members with their career development ambitions and offer training and development opportunities.

Next Step

If you are interested and meet the selection criteria apply with an up-to-date resume via the application instructions on this website.

Please note that we can only accept applications from those with full working rights in Australia.

EQUANS is an EEO employer, where all applicants are treated with fairness and respect and have equal access to the opportunities available.

We will not be using a Recruitment Agency to fill this vacancy and request all interested candidates to apply to this advertisement.

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