Senior Associate Accounts Receivable

Posted Date 2 weeks ago(13/3/2018 11:18 AM)
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Do you want to join a global technology leader company that gives you more?


At Celanese, we are engineers, scientists, operators and product developers who work every day on bringing differentiated solutions to our customers. We make products that are essential to everyday living. In 2007, Celanese Corporation established its shared services center in the heart of Budapest. Through dynamic development, the Celanese Budapest Business Services Center (BBSC) has grown to be one of the most renowned shared service centers of the Central-Eastern European region, employing more than 360 young, talented professionals. The Budapest office is responsible for the financial, logistic and customer service processes of Celanese Corporation’s North-American, Western-European and Asian business lines. Celanese BBSC places a great emphasis on work-life balance, and as a recognition to these efforts, has been awarded as “Family Friendly Company of the Year 2017”.

Celanese currently employs approximately 7,500 employees worldwide and had 2016 net sales of $5.4 billion.


  • Monitor and coordinate the resolution of disputed items opened in SAP FSCM module
  • Conduct investigations of the reasons for the payment mismatches
  • Closely work together with Customer Service, Sales, AR, Logistics to resolve open items
  • Responsible to close disputed items according to KPIs
  • Maintain the root causes for the open disputed items
  • Check and address items in the workflow on a daily basis to the respective processors
  • Process corrective credit/debit notes in SAP
  • Report preventive recommendation to Customer Service and AR


  • College/ university degree
  • 1-3 years of experience in the field of dispute management, customer service or collection
  • Excellent English knowledge is a must
  • Analytical capabilities, detaile oriented mindset
  • Good communication and interpersonal skills
  • Solid OTC end to end knowledge and analytical approach

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