Payments and Collections Analyst

Recruiter
Bord Gais Energy
Employment Type
Permanent
Salary
Not disclosed
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Payments & Collections Analyst

R0022624

Customer Operations – Dublin

Permanent

Reporting to: Payment & Collections Transformation Manager

Bord Gáis Energy generates, sells and trades energy for use in the Republic of Ireland. We’ve been in operation since 1976 and today we supply over 750,000 customers with energy in Ireland. In 2014 we became part of Centrica plc. We are a progressive company with a reputation for experience and expertise in the energy market, and are committed to ensuring that all of our activity is aimed at benefiting and serving our customers.

In this role you’ll assist the Payments & Collections Transformation Manager in supporting planning and prioritization activities, doing research and analysis to identify risks/opportunities that may impact the business, and making recommendations to improve operational efficiency, increase productivity, reduce organizational risk, and meet strategic objectives.

We are looking for someone with a minimum of 2 years’ experience in payments and collections, preferably in the utility industry. You’ll have proven experience in preparing reports, analysing trends and providing insights to the business to drive process improvement initiatives . If you enjoy a dynamic role and are keen to drive change and improvement this could be the opportunity for you!

About the Role

  • Responsible for effective reporting and identifying KPIs and SLAs for the business
  • Independently perform research and root cause analyses of complex issues, participate in development of potential solutions, and make recommendations to ensure accurate and timely resolution
  • Define and maintain process controls and audits
  • Deliver and support change management activities for projects and/or change initiatives
  • Work with business subject matter experts and vendors to validate, understand, prioritize, and document business requirements
  • Assist in identifying inefficiencies throughout our processes and propose effective solutions
  • Work with Collections and Payments manager and 3rd party vendors to ensure effective processes and paths that suit business needs
  • Assist in the implementation of effective processes to improve overall efficiencies

About You

  • You’ll have proven change management and process improvement experience
  • Experienced in preparing reports and analysing trends to provide insights to the business
  • Knowledge of collections and credit management processes
  • Analytical thinker with good problem-solving skills
  • Ability to effectively manage stakeholders from across the business
  • Excellent understanding of process efficiency with improvement mindset
  • Strong time management and organisational skills
  • Experience working with Microsoft Power BI essential
  • Excellent knowledge of Microsoft Excel

Bord Gáis Energy are committed to placing equality, diversity, care and respect at the heart of our policies and everyday practices. We encourage everyone to take part in our active employee networks, including the Women’s network, Neurodiversity network, and BRÓD, our LGBTQ+ network. We’re proud of the work our networks and allies do to help us promote a culture of inclusion, empowering our colleagues to be themselves and do their best work. Our vision is to employ a diverse mix of people who reflect the societies we work in and the customers we serve, so we welcome applications from people of all backgrounds and perspectives.

Our Flexible First working model empowers our people to find a better balance between home and office working. You can enjoy the convenience of working from home combined with time spent onsite in a way that works for you, our customers, and our business. Our office is used as a place to connect and collaborate with colleagues, rather than your default place of work each day.

Here in Bord Gáis Energy we’re helping to create a more sustainable and inclusive future that supports our communities, our planet – and each other. The prevention of family homelessness in Ireland is an area where we believe we can make a real difference and through our partnership with Focus Ireland, we have been working on making this a reality since 2015. We encourage all colleagues to get involved in the partnership, with everyone receiving 2 days’ volunteering leave to participate in initiatives or events supporting Focus Ireland.

Our Values

care | delivery | collaboration | agility | courage

The closing date for receipt of applications for this vacancy is 20 July 2022.