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Hybrid
Hybrid up to 2 Days Onsite
Full time
United States, California, Irvine
Corporate Services
Corporate Services
City
Irvine
Country
United States
State/Province
California
Country
United States
City
Irvine
State
California
About This Role
As the Collections Supervisor, you will be responsible for overseeing and assisting Collectors with collecting, managing, and providing resolution of outstanding invoices in their portfolios and providing a point of escalation for customer complaints and issues. Under the leadership of the Senior Manager, Revenue Accounting, you will be responsible for overseeing the AR aging for Resources Connection LLC, Canada and Mexico, and assisting International AR teams as needed, ensuring all receivables are collected in a timely manner, and minimizing our uncollectable debt.

You will interact with groups within RGP, including Revenue, Operations, Cash and Billing, to reconcile and resolve customer accounts to payment as close to payment terms as possible as well as prepare monthly reporting and coordinate meetings with Revenue and Operations to discuss the condition of accounts. You will identify accounts that may be at risk for non-collection, help prepare the quarterly AR Reserve, manage the customer watchlist, perform credit assessments on new or returning clients, assist with customer bankruptcies and escalate matters to our Senior Manager for Legal resolution.

What You Will Work On
  • Assist in managing day-to-day operations of collections in North America.
  • Perform duties inherent in a supervisor role including directing and reviewing work of the employees.
  • Monitor and measure team member performance and recommend areas for improvement.
  • Supervise and develop employees including communication with staff, hiring and training staff, scheduling and assigning work, providing guidance to staff, and conduct performance evaluations.
  • Review accounts for bad debt and communicate to the Manager.
  • Identify accounts requiring collection agency or legal action.
  • Responsible for projects and special tasks when assigned.
  • Assist in the creation and maintenance of reports for management.
  • Identify negative client account trends and notify the manager.
  • Participate in collection activities as needed to ensure success.
What You Will Bring
  • Bachelor’s degree from a four-year accredited institution preferred.
  • Strong organization and supervisory skills. 1-2 years of supervisory experience in a similar role.
  • Must have a basic understanding of accounting principles and practices of accounts receivable transactions.
  • Experience in a customer-facing role, strong customer service is required. Proven understanding and ability to resolve problem accounts and resolve difficult situations.
  • Must have intermediate Excel skills, including the use of Xlookups, Vlookups and Pivot Tables.
What You Can Expect
  • All Compensation is commensurate with employee qualifications, experience, and other factors, including geographic location, market, and operational factors.
  • Base Pay Range: $64,700 - $80,900
  • Other Compensation: Incentive Compensation.
  • Benefits: Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance, Disability Insurance, 401(k) Savings Plan, Employee Stock Purchase Plan, Professional Development Program, 21 Days of Paid Time Off Per Year, 8 Paid Holidays, Paid Sick Time (in geographies where legally required).
  • An inspirational place for you to do your best work, be engaged in meaningful ways, and continually develop the skills, competencies, and qualities that set our team apart.

What We Do
As a next-generation human capital firm, we connect the best talent in the market to execute transformation and high-value projects for our global clients—solving problems in the areas of Business Transformation, Governance, Risk and Compliance, and Technology and Digital Innovation. Working for RGP, you will be connected to work that matters, putting your expertise to its best use while developing skills for the future. The result is a career defined by you, supported by RGP and built on tangible accomplishments.   

Our commitment to our employee’s growth and development is at the core of our shared values. At RGP, we believe in the power of continuous learning and development to drive both individual and organizational success.    

We believe diversity, equity and inclusion are critical underpinnings of our shared Values. As a Human First company, we recognize diversity as a strength that’s cultivated through our culture, our people, our business, and our clients.  As part of this commitment, if you require a reasonable accommodation during the application or interview process, please contact TAG@RGP.com.  

RGP is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer and committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, gender, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, physical or mental disability, genetic information, veteran status, or any other legally protected trait and encourage all applicants to apply.  
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