VistaJet is the first and only global aviation company. Founded in 2004 by Thomas Flohr, the company pioneered an innovative business model where customers pay only for the hours they fly, free of the responsibilities and asset risks linked to aircraft ownership.
We are looking for a Credit Controller to join our Finance team in New York City. You will work alongside our Program and On Demand (charter) sales teams to manage the outstanding balances due from our clients and brokers.
Responsible for ensuring that all funds are collected, accounts reconciled and queries resolved for top level client accounts;
Building and maintaining relationships with clients, facilitating greater efficiency in payments and query resolutions;
Continually assess all accounts to minimise client’s exposure in terms of debt versus deposit;
Investigate, manage and resolve all disputes quickly and efficiently in-order-to collect funds;
Attending client meetings to discuss any finance questions or queries when necessary;
Ensuring that customers pay amounts owed to the company by the due date using a variety of payment methods;
Agreeing payment and repayment plans with customers that are in default of payment terms initiating legal proceedings if necessary;
Allocating all cash received into the business on-a-daily basis;
Ensuring compliance with the company credit policy, business processes and Sarbanes-Oxley requirements;
Gathering quantifying data and generate reports to assist in cash collection and identifying problem areas;
Identifying and recommending opportunities for improvement in existing procedures and processes consistent with company policies and procedures;
Preparing periodic and ad-hoc reporting for management at month end and as requested.
Required Skills, Qualifications, and Experience
Experience gained in credit control, including knowledge of merchant credit card processes;
Advanced Excel skills;
A highly committed self-starter that is able to own their own projects and integrate with our team;
You’re able to meet tight deadlines, while maintaining an impeccable attention to detail;
Strong negotiation, influencing and communication skills;
Excellent standard of written and spoken English – additional language skills beneficial.
This role requires being authorized to work in the United States.