Grafton Recruitment

Accounts Receivables Accountant (German-speaking) (1-7-41060/PR)


Level up in your career, and make an impact by joining a successful, steadily growing global organization. You’ll do challenging work, and be part of a team that values performance, quality and innovation.

In this role you will:

- Be involved in the transition of accounting processes from European entities to Hungary and actively shape a new SSC in Budapest
- Be involved in day-to-day operations in the following areas:
- Credit management
- Invoicing
- Incoming payment processing
- Collection management & dunning
- Customer disputes
- AR Closing and periodical activities
- Identify, evaluate and resolve issues (incl. process improvements)
- Coach and train junior team members


What makes you the best candidate:

- 2+ years of experience in accounting (primarily AR)
- High proficiency in the end-to-end AR process
- Very good knowledge in SAP FI and MS Office tools
- Transition experience is beneficial
- Very good German and English language skills (written and spoken)

Amit a megbízónk kínál:

Our partner offers:

- Fair working conditions and competitive payment
- Regular working hours to support work-life balance
- Health-conscious working environment with healthcare and leisure activities
- Training and education programs to support personal and professional development


  • Administration, Assistance, Office Work
  • Administrator, Document Manager
  • Finance, Accounting
  • Accounting
  • Business Supporting Centres
  • Financial Support

Experience required:

  • 1-3 years professional experience

Required Qualification:

  • College degree

Required language level:

All of these are:

  • English (intermediate / communication)
  • German (intermediate / communication)

Employment type:

  • Full time

Job location:


Cégnév: Grafton Recruitment Kft.
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