Wednesday, August 5, 2020

Credit control division launched by Leeds financial recruiter

A financial search and selection consultancy in Leeds has launched a new division specialising in the recruitment of credit control professionals.

“Over the last two years, our entry level finance recruitment arm has gone from strength to strength and this new division is a natural extension to that,” said Natalie McGregor, Associate Director of Woodrow Mercer Finance.

“We identified a real demand for a dedicated team able to fill credit control positions from assistants up to manager and director level, while also delivering the client service and professionalism for which we are renowned.

“Credit control is about so much more than just making sure you get paid. An effective credit control professional will ensure that your figures add up and your invoicing is accurate, as well as being one of the most regular points of contact with your customers, making it a vital function within any business.

“A huge number of SMEs and corporates in Yorkshire are currently looking for the right person for this role, and we believe there is an opportunity for us to establish ourselves as specialists in this niche area.”

Credit control specialist Jodie Lazenby has joined the firm to manage the new division across Woodrow Mercer Finance’s offices in Leeds and Hull, working alongside Georgia Dutton.

They will focus on the search and selection of entry level positions through to senior management roles within credit control throughout Yorkshire, the Humber and the North West.

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