Tyndale USA

  • Accounts Receivable Supervisor

    Job Locations US-PA-Pipersville
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    Posted Date
    1 month ago(1 month ago)
  • Overview

    Tyndale Company, Inc. has a brand new opportunity to work as an Accounts Receivable Supervisor in our prestigious, dynamic Accounts Receivable department. The Accounts Receivable Supervisor will manage the workflow and activities of the A/R Support Staff, as well as provide support and coaching. The day-to-day operations of the Accounts Receivable Supervisor will consist of daily deposits, posting cash application, credit card charging and auditing, printing and mailing of invoices, and loading invoices into designated website portals.


    • Motivate staff to achieve optimal performance and to maintain employee morale;
    • Provide ongoing quality assurance and ensure accuracy of payment applications;
    • Provide ongoing training and coaching specific to the needs of support staff members, including new hire, system or technical training;
    • Manage the performance of A/R support staff, including preparing and delivery of performance feedback program
    • Track attendance of support staff and provide appropriate feedback;
    • Partner with Invoice Specialists and A/R manager to provide support.


    • Minimum of 3 years’ experience supervising an accounting team required;
    • Minimum of 5 years’ of hands-on experience working in an Accounts Receivable department required;
    • Proficiency in an Accounting software ie. Oracle, SAP, Peachtree or equivalent;
    • Strong leadership competency with the proven ability to provide effective guidance, training, coaching, and daily supervision to staff;
    • Strong analytical and proactive problem-solving skills;
    • Proficiency in Microsoft Office programs, specifically Excel, at an intermediate level.
    • Associate’s degree required; a major in Finance, Business Administration, or Accounting preferred; Bachelor’s degree is preferred.


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