Archives - May 2019

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May

Credit Assistant| Accounts Receivable (Kenmore, WA)

Job Title Credit Assistant / Accounts Receivable Reported: 05/30/2019 Description Wholesale lumber yard in Kenmore, WA seeks an organized team player for our Credit department. Ideal candidate will credit admin/credit experience, general computer skills and basic understanding of credit processes. Responsibilities include: -Gathering information on new customers -Reviewing of files including banking information, trade references …

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May

Collections Specialist (Seattle, WA)

JOB TITLE: Collections Specialist Reported: 06/18/2019 LOCATION: 18000 International Blvd Seattle, WA 98188 STATUS: Non-Exempt CLASSIFICATION: Regular Full-Time HIRE TYPE: Replacement EXTERNAL CANDIDATES APPLY: https://external-lynden.icims.com/jobs/2477/collections-specialist/job Please contact Carey Carlson with any login questions at carey@lynden.com or 206-444-4250. SUMMARY: The Collections Specialist will perform collections functions for multiple operating companies in a shared service environment. ESSENTIAL …

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May

Accounts Receivable Coordinator (Seattle, WA)

JOB TITLE: Accounts Receivable Coordinator Reported:  05/30/2019 LOCATION: 18000 International Blvd Seattle, WA 98188 STATUS: Non-Exempt CLASSIFICATION: Regular Full-Time HIRE TYPE: Replacement EXTERNAL CANDIDATES APPLY: https://external-lynden.icims.com/jobs/2506/job Please contact Carey Carlson with any login questions at carey@lynden.com or 206-444-4250. The Accounts Receivable Coordinator will perform accounts receivable functions for multiple operating companies in a shared service …

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May

Credit Assistant (Seattle, WA)

Credit Assistant Reported:  05/09/2019 Keller Supply Company, headquartered in Seattle, is a leading plumbing, heating, fire suppression, and leisure product wholesaler conducting business in 9 states through 79 branch locations. Keller has an immediate opening in our Seattle corporate office for a credit assistant with the following responsibilities: Apply payments to customer accounts. Reconcile accounting …

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May

Does NACM education actually help?

  By Jon Flora, CEO, NACMBCS Having spent the first 22 years of my career in private higher education, I have an over-developed need to question the real value of educational programs. This trait is exacerbated by being the son of school teacher who was (and, at 97, remains) an interested observer of modern education. Here at …

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May

May 2019 eNews

May is Education Month Here at your association, we always ask the question: Is it worth a member’s time and money to participate in our programs? You and your company have limited resources. We have to be good stewards of them. In this month’s issue, we explore these questions, and more, with the stories and …

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May

Episode #4 – Trending in Collections

Episode #4 is here!