Job Listings

From time to time, member companies ask us to share jobs they have available.  Please contact the companies directly with any questions.  If you would like to list an opening contact Maggie Bessenbacher.

The date below is the date the opening was listed on our site.

Nov. 10

Harrell's, Credit Collections Specialist

This position is responsible for the reviewing and monitoring of the credit worthiness for an assigned portfolio of customers and recommending credit limits within established guidelines. The Credit/Collections Specialist conducts internal and external customer contact regarding past due accounts receivable.

Nov. 3

Helena Agri Enterprises, Credit Manager North Central Division

The Credit Manager directs and coordinates activities of credit team. This includes conducting credit investigations and collecting delinquent accounts of customers.

 

The employee's primary duty must be the performance of office or non-manual work directly related to the management or general business operations of Helena or Helena's customers. This also includes the exercise of discretion and independent judgement with respect to matters of significance.

Nov. 3

Helena Agri Enterprises, Assistant Credit Manager North Central Division

The Assistant Credit Manager performs duties associated with credit management including the review and establishment of credit lines with customers within the approved authority. 

 

The employee's primary duty must be the performance of office or non-manual work directly related to the management or general business operations of Helena or Helena's customers. This also includes the exercise of discretion and independent judgement with respect to matters of significance.

Oct. 6

Nutrien. Credit Manager (Wholesale)

The Credit Manager (CM) is responsible for the management of all accounts receivable in an assigned area of the sales territories. Accounts receivable is one of the largest and most important assets of the company. Every sale made by Nutrien becomes an account receivable and it is vital that these sales are collectable for the company to continue to generate cash flow and earnings on a go forward basis. If accounts receivable are not collected then Nutrien will be forced to write this asset off as a bad debt and the company will take a direct loss to the net earnings. The CM must do a thorough job of assessing the financial risk of our customers on the front end of the sales transaction so that the company doesn’t have to spend needless time after the sale trying to collect sales of product that has already left our inventory. Any slowness on the collection of accounts receivable results in a loss of profit on the sale. The timely collection of receivables reduces the company’s requirement for short-term debt to finance operations and has a direct effect on lowering interest expense incurred by the company.