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P.O. Box 510157
New Berlin, WI 53151-0157
Phone (262) 827-2880
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The Business Credit Management Association Wisconsin, a professional service organization for those in credit management, collection and accounts receivable, provides many service tools to the companies it supports. Some of these services are credit reporting, collection, trade credit groups, an International Credit group, consulting and employment services. Employment services is an area where both temporary and permanent employees for member companies can be found. Employers supply their own job description The Association does not alter position description provided by its clients.

Companies post open positions they are looking to fill. Your Association is glad to help! Visit this page frequently to see positions displayed by companies.

If you are an employer visiting our website and would like us to post an open position for your company, please contact Darryl Rowinski, at, for additional information.

If you are a candidate who would like to apply for one of the positions listed on our website, or are interested in a finance or credit position, please submit your resume to Darryl Rowinski, at We are always looking to expand our pool of qualified candidates.

If you are interested in temporary and or part-time employment, please contact us at 262-827-2880. Many of our project, temporary employees have been with us for years and many others work for us on potential temporary to permanent opportunities. Call or email us at,

Current Positions - November 14, 2017

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Job Summary: This position aids in handling all the financial areas of the company. Some of the key areas are accounts payable, accounts receivable, billing, and credit. This position reports to the Chief Financial Officer.

Major Duties:
- Billing
  • Run daily billing
  • Print and send out invoices
- Accounts Receivable
  • Prepare daily cash and credit card deposits
  • Process credit cards
  • Run and send out monthly A/R statements
- Credit
  • Call customers for unauthorized discounts taken
  • Call customers for skipped invoices
  • Review credit worthiness of new account
- Accounts payable
  • Review and enter Mill and Miscellaneous invoices
  • Prepare checks and ACHs for prompt payment
  • Review and reconcile monthly order statements
Job Dimensions:
Looking for a strong detailed individual capable of managing the accounts receivable portfolio by properly applying cash and analyzing the individual customer accounts. Will be required to manage the accounts payable portfolio by properly reviewing invoices, preparing checks, and reviewing vendor statements. Assist in the credit review and collection functions with the CFO. Complete the various billing functions. Supporting other mangers in various duties. Must possess good writing, communication, and math skills and have a solid understanding of the various Microsoft Office programs.

It is strongly preferred that the individual has an advanced accounting education background and/or three to five years of experience preferably having worked with the accounts payable, accounts receivable, credit, and billing functions.

If you are interested in being considered for this position, please submit your resume to Interested candidates should submit their resume to Ernie Fraser.

Finance Specialist (Waukesha, WI)

Under the direct supervision of the Finance Manager and leadership of the Treasury Analyst, the Finance Specialist will be responsible for fully understanding, providing assistance, and recognizing improvements and efficiencies within, Accounts Receivable, Payroll, Accounts Payable, and Treasury functions. Ability to work well with field employees is critical.

ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

Treasury / Accounts Receivable:
  • Responsible for daily cash monitoring and assisting with treasury activities including opening new bank accounts, process improvements, and cash flow forecasting.
  • Completes daily cash tracker report for Accounts Payable and Financial Reporting needs.
  • Completes Monthly Medicaid billing for various MCO's by verifying transactional information, computing charges and refunds, filing claims, and working with community managers to resolve questions.
  • Drives revenue by reviewing and investigating delinquent accounts and ensures timely follow up and documentation of collection efforts.
  • Leads efforts with Collection Agency on delinquent accounts and when necessary, reviews write off paperwork and processes in the system when necessary.
  • Maintains resident ledgers with Leasing and Rents system by posting deposits and adjustments as applicable.
  • Understanding Treasury and Accounts Receivable and identifying and recommending process improvements and efficiencies.
  • Learning Payroll system and serving as backup for biweekly payroll processing and reporting when needed.
  • Understanding Payroll process and identifying and recommending process improvements and efficiencies.
Accounts Payable:
  • Receive, verify, and process invoices, ensuring appropriate documentation is obtained.
  • Prioritize invoices and prepare cash positions, match invoices to checks, obtain necessary signatures, and distribute accordingly.
  • Respond to questions and makes calls regarding billing issues, and act as liaison between communities and vendors.
  • Develop understanding of OneSite Accounting system and overall Accounts Payable process to identify and recommend process improvements and efficiencies.
  • Other duties as assigned and as interest arises including but not limited to Financial Planning and Analysis (budgeting, etc.) as well as Accounting (assisting with reconciliations, financial reports, etc.)
  • Bachelor's degree in finance or accounting required. Knowledge of accounts receivable, collections, or treasury a plus.
Interested candidates should submit their resume to Sam Smith.

Credit Analyst (Sheboygan, WI)
October 25, 2017

Credit Approval - Analyze requests for credit on assigned portfolio of customers to minimize bad debt risk and maximize accounts receivable collection. Initiate credit investigations using credit reporting agencies, industry reports, and bank and trade references. Analyze financial statements. Calculate financial ratios and analyze data. Compile reports regarding finance and credit data. Evaluate credit information to determine credit acceptability. Set, review, and revise credit limits. Determine where restrictive selling terms are necessary, such as C.I.A., Sight Draft, Letter of Credit and Joint Check Agreement and make arrangements with customers for agreement on terms. Review files and maintain current information on active accounts.

Collections - Responsible for collection activity and follow-up of assigned portfolio of customers. Review customer files to identify, prioritize and select delinquent accounts for collection. Contact customers for payment of past due accounts and payment irregularities. Reconcile accounts and answer customer inquiries regarding balances. Inform sales personnel of collection problems and request their assistance when necessary. Secure information for presentation to Company personnel and customers to settle disputed balances. Refer unusual or difficult collection problems to Credit Management with recommended courses of action. Assist in preparing legal documents required for suit actions and bankruptcy filings. Maintain files and follow-up on bankruptcy claims and accounts placed with collection agencies and attorneys.

Other Responsibilities - Some travel is involved to visit with customers or to attend credit meetings and credit educational functions. Review problem situations with Credit Management. Perform any duties deemed necessary by Credit Management for efficient operation of the department.

General - Knowledge of credit and collection practices. Strong verbal and written communication skills with ability to interact successfully with people at all levels. Must be able to organize and work independently with minimal supervision. Ability to maintain a high degree of accuracy in detailed work. Be able to handle exceptions to routine procedure. Be able to work under time constraint pressures. Be able to work with and interpret various numbers and combinations of numbers in relationship to discount items, etc.

Specific - Degree in business administration preferred with a Finance or an Accounting emphasis, or a minimum of five years related experience in the credit and collections field. PC skills with a working knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel. Strong ten key calculator ability a must.

Interested candidates should apply online The Vollrath Company LLC

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