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Accounts receivable specialists are responsible for ensuring that the company they are working for receives all of the money that is due to them for services provided to their customers. The specific tasks that an accounts receivable specialist performs depend on the industry they are working in as well as their employer's modus operandi. In general, an accounts receivable specialist issues invoices for services rendered and ensures that all accounting reports and other aspects of collecting accounts are up to date.
A bachelors degree in a field related to accounts and business is the minimum requirement for anyone who wants to work as an accounts receivable specialist. Meticulous attention to detail and problem-solving skills are crucial traits for the job.Excellent communication skills are also important as you will be required to make collection calls to customers who owe the company money. Prospective employers are sure to do a background check to see if the applicant has any criminal history, as accounts receivable specialists will have access to customers' sensitive personal and financial information such as credit card numbers, contact details, and other information.
At the interview for an accounts receivable specialist job, the interviewer will ask you leading questions to determine your suitability to this role. They will ask you what you think are your strengths and weaknesses that are relevant to the role and why do you think you are a good fit. You will also be asked about your career goals. For example, 'Where do you see yourself 5 years from now?" Check out other mock interview questions to get a better idea of commonly asked questions at accounts receivable specialist interviews.