The Hotel Accounts Receivable Manager is an important position within the hotel’s accounting team, reporting to either the Chief Accountant or the Director of Finance/Financial Controller. Their primary responsibility is to manage the hotel’s accounts receivable and collections process. This involves issuing invoices, monitoring and reconciling client accounts, and collecting outstanding balances.
Accounts Receivable Managers work closely with other hotel departments, particularly sales and reservations, to ensure that all charges are accurately recorded and invoiced. Additionally, they may be responsible for managing the accounts receivable team, including hiring, training, and performance management.
The Accounts Receivable Manager may also develop and implement policies and procedures to improve the accounts receivable process, and provide analysis and reporting to the Chief Accountant or Director of Finance as needed.
To be successful in this position, the Accounts Receivable Manager must possess strong attention to detail, organizational skills, and communication skills. Additionally, they should have a solid understanding of accounting principles and practices.
Overall, the Hotel Accounts Receivable Manager plays a critical role in managing the hotel’s receivables and ensuring that collections are made accurately and on time.