Role: Cashier Team Leader
Established in 1998, Invocas is an insolvency support services company operating throughout the UK. We help our partners, their clients and our customers by providing them with access to a full range of solutions.
We currently have an opportunity for a Cashier Team Leader who will be responsible for the day to day running of the cash room.
Duties and Responsibilities
- Quality check direct debits to ensure there are no errors
- Ensure all balances on IPS correspond to balances on i-site
- Assist Group Financial Controller with any tasks required timeously
- Ensure monthly reconciliations are carried out for client and firm within set timescales
- Ensure third party comply with service agreement in place
- Ensure compliance with client money regulations
- Process all income and payment vouchers within set timescales
- Ensure you and your team update and maintain internal systems to a high standard
- Think “outside the box” to improve processes
- Action/investigate complex queries raised by internal customers to a satisfactory resolution
- Lead, develop and appraise team members
- Escalate any issues to Contributions & Cashier Manager
- Deal with external customers whilst adhering to Data Protection guidelines and Clients’ Money Regulations
- Excellent written and verbal communications
- Excellent customer service skills
- Excellent accountancy/cashier skills
- Excellent attention to detail
- Able to work independently and as part of a team
- Proven ability of managing, leading and developing a team
- Ability to assess and evaluate situations with a level headed approach
- Excellent organisational / time management skills
- Willingness to progress within the role
Essential: Experience of managing a cashroom function
If you are interested in applying, please email a copy of your CV to: email@example.com
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Source: BBC News
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Read the full story on BBC News.