Immediate need for a Revenue Supervisor seeking an opportunity to join a well established team!
As a Revenue Supervisor with this team you will perform duties to lead the collection of the firm's delinquent accounts receivable and ensuring compliance within defined processes.
For this position as a Revenue Supervisor the required education and skill set includes Bachelors Degree in Accounting, Finance, or Business, as well as previous experience working in Professional Services environment.
Keys to success in this Revenue Supervisor position will include the ability to excel in a fast-paced environment, multi-task and meet revenue goals & deadlines, as well as demonstrated success developing and implementing process improvements and using technology to improve reporting and analysis.
Exciting opportunity to join a busy team as a Revenue Supervisor!
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