Manager Credit & CollectionsApply
CBS Television Distribution is the preeminent company in television syndication. CTD produces or distributes 10 first-run series, including the long-running, critically acclaimed hits Judge Judy, Dr. Phil, Entertainment Tonight, Wheel of Fortune, Jeopardy!, Inside Edition and Rachael Ray, and holds the largest distributed television library at 70,000 hours strong. CTD’s popular off-network product includes the CSI, NCIS and Star Trek franchises, as well as classic series such as Everybody Loves Raymond and Frasier. In addition, CTD handles the domestic television distribution of CBS Television Studios, CBS News, CBS Films and Showtime. CTD is a unit of CBS Corp. For more information, go to www.cbstvd.com.
In addition to managing staff of 3-4, responsible for assessing the credit risk of new clients, both domestic and international, by analyzing financial statements, credit bureau reports and various other sources of information. Also:
Build and maintain relationships with global clients, sales departments, executives, Business Affairs, and other finance and accounting staffs.
Perform monthly cash forecasts
Collection of worldwide accounts receivables
Resolve disputes with global clients regarding billing, payments, etc.
Manage internal/external audit requests
Coordinate and respond to inter-departmental requests and queries (i.e. legal, sales)
Understand and suggest improvements on daily business processes while improving internal controls
Knowledge of letters of credit involving international banks is preferred, but not mandatory
Ability to research and problem solve independently but also work with larger group on a daily basis
Prepare ad hoc projects for management
- Bachelor’s degree required (accounting, finance or business)
- Proficient in Excel, Outlook
- IBM Cognos knowledge preferred, but not mandatory
- Minimum of 4-5 years of corporate finance and accounting with some management experience, credit and collections experience preferred
- Entertainment/Media experience preferred, but not mandatory