Accounts Receivable Director

Job Responsibilities:

  • Direct the Accounts Receivable function across all Unitex divisions
  • Regularly review AR runs with assigned collector to monitor consistency and compliance with payment terms, coach and develop strategies to take corrective action when necessary
  • Have direct accountability for select major accounts
  • Keep senior management regularly apprised of A/R status and problem accounts
  • Research and respond to customer questions regarding invoices, billing, credits, payments or other issues. Where necessary, involve collectors, sales, operations and senior management to resolve issues
  • Coordinate with outside collection attorneys and agencies, prepare necessary documentation, supervise and follow up on outside collection progress
  • Oversee cash receipt posting, receivables reporting and month end reports
  • Coordinate conference calls to discuss receivable outliers


  • 5+ years of AR / collections experience preferred
  • Sales or Account Management experience is also highly desirable.
  • Supervisory experience
  • 4-year degree highly preferred
  • Proficiency in Excel
  • Excellent interpersonal skills (must be able to speak effectively to senior management)
  • Reports to CFO

Position is located in Elmsford, NY.

Visit us at www. unitex. com/careers to learn more about us and to watch our recruiting video!


Unitex is the industry leading medical textile rental service provider serving the Healthcare industry. We operate ten state-of-the-art processing facilities located in the tri-state area. Since 1915, we have been a privately held, family run business. Our customer base consists of more than 3,000 clients throughout the Northeast, including acute-care facilities, nursing homes, long-term and assisted living facilities, surgical centers and diagnostic clinics, as well as professional, medical and dental offices.

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