Not sure if this is exactly the correct forum to write this in, if not then I apologise now.
I’ve got an interview on Monday arranged by an agency with Scottish Power to work as a temporary Credit Controller. To be honest I only got this news yesterday so not had much time to research. I’ll be doing some now but was wondering if anyone could provide some information on what sort of work a Credit Controller actually does in simpleton terms.
I’ve got this so far
‘Monitor, control and influence cash collection to ensure achievement of Debtors Planned Performance in the key areas of balanced Age Band Resolution’
which to be honest makes little sense to me.
I’m not expected to know much really but I thought anything I do know can’t hurt.
Another thing; it seems being offered a job from the Big 4 is already paying dividends. I partly got this interview because the agency guy heard I had been accepted into KPMG next year and used it as a signal that I am competent. In fact he mentioned in particular that the fact the KPMG process is difficult.
Is the KPMG process known to be slightly more difficult than the other Big 4 processes?
Anyway thanks in advance for any help. As I said, my interview is on Monday so today or tomorrow is preferrable though any information for future reference is also appreciated.