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Cash applications specialist w/ High level of German

Key languages:
High level of German
Recent Graduates
Do you speak fluently German and have good organizational and financial skills?Are you eager to work in a dynamic, international company based in the vibrant city of Lisbon? Great, keep on reading - we have a great job opportunity for you!
Our client is the leader of the mobility sector worldwide and they are based in Lisbon.

Main Responsibilities

  • Responsible of submitting transactions to process to payment
  • Administrate all enquiries regarding credit card charges
  • Report cash applications, activities and issues
  • Participate in improvement actions
  • Work closely with the team leader in maintaining open communication channels with customers

Core Skills/experience

  • High school diploma required
  • Basic experience in accounting
  • Excellent written and communication skills
  • Ability to work under pressure
  • Organized and analytical skills

What’s on offer

  • Stable contract
  • Competitive salary + bonus
  • A complete and thorough training program
  • Possibility to grow in an international company

What will you learn?

  • To develop your knowledge in the financial area
  • To improve your communication skills by working in a team
  • To work in an international environment

Our recruitment process

  • Step 1: Interview with our Recruiter to get to know you better and give you advice on the recruitment process
  • Step 2: Interview with the company’s HR department

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