Credit and collection supervisor - Salary and Career
Financial Services, Exchange and Control Supervisors

Credit and collection supervisor - Career description, activities, functions and salary

They supervise and control various financial services, assets and logistics, prepare budgets, make payments, perform collections, control assets, close foreign exchange, analyze credit, coordinate cashiers, manage logistical processes and manage warehouse/inventory. They supervise work teams, guiding and evaluating performance in search of the best quality at work.

How much does an Credit and collection supervisor earn

A Credit and collection supervisor earns between $1.176 and $6.305 per month, with an average monthly salary of $2.256 and a median salary of $1.503 according to an salary survey along with to data of professionals hired and fired by companies in the labor market.

Our research is based on the salaries of 10.086 professionals hired and dismissed by the period from 06/2021 to 05/2022 (last year).

Salary ranges for the Credit and collection supervisor

Monthly Salary Annual Salary Salary Per Week Hourly Salary
Average wage 2.256 27.077 564 11
1º Quartile 1.176 14.112 294 5
Median Salary 1.503 18.036 376 7
3º Quartile 4.809 57.706 1.202 22
Higher Salary 6.305 75.666 1.576 29

Professional job categories

  • Administrative services workers
    • officers
      • administrative services supervisors (except customer service)
        • financial services, exchange and control supervisors

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Main workplaces

Financial Services, Exchange and Control Supervisors the positions of this CBO family work in various fields of activities, such as diverse industries, logistics operators and business activities. They are normally employed with a formal contract with occasional supervision, reporting directly to managers and having subordinates. In the case of foreign exchange supervisors, there is the possibility of working on their own. They carry out their work during the day and indoors.

What does it take to work in the field of Financial Services, Exchange and Control Supervisors

For the exercise of these occupations, a complete higher education is required. The full exercise of activities requires, on average, three to four years of experience in the area and, for some occupations, a basic professional qualification course of up to 200 class hours.

Functions and activities of Credit and collection supervisor

Financial Services, Exchange and Control Supervisors must:

  • analyze credit;
  • prepare budget;
  • coordinate boxes;
  • control assets;
  • coordinate cashiers;
  • elaborate budget;
  • supervise teamwork;
  • make payments;
  • perform billing;
  • manage logistics processes;
  • demonstrate personal skills;
  • close exchange;
  • perform collection;
  • manage logistical processes;
  • manage inventory;
  • budget;
  • supervise team work;
  • manage inventory/warehouse;

  • Activities

    • establish production goals by area/sector/activity;
    • manage availability of values between cashiers or branches;
    • compare estimated and actual values;
    • send titles to notaries or outsourced collection companies;
    • reconcile values;
    • incorporate well;
    • plan cash flow;
    • download assets;
    • participate in the elaboration of standards and procedure manuals;
    • plan stocking of materials and/or products;
    • complete audits (internal and external);
    • contract exchange;
    • estimate personnel cost;
    • track company purchase orders;
    • decide on admitting or terminating employees;
    • inventory assets;
    • negotiate interest rates;
    • generate history of international clients;
    • control product dispatch flow;
    • set work priorities;
    • resolve export financial issues;
    • project expenses by areas;
    • control bank balances;
    • analyze customer registration information;
    • register customers;
    • calculate abc inventory curve;
    • confirm asset plating;
    • demonstrate holistic vision ability;
    • analyze objectives and goals defined by the company;
    • demonstrate agility;
    • reassess projections;
    • control loans between related companies (mutual);
    • issue billing statement;
    • guide areas according to company goals and objectives;
    • perform export collection;
    • forward unpaid export invoices to management;
    • resolve pending issues with technical and commercial areas;
    • analyze the needs of the areas;
    • suppress credits;
    • forecast receipts;
    • set credit limits;
    • project revenue;
    • manage delivery of materials and/or products;
    • plan a vacation roster;
    • evaluate employee performance;
    • promote team empowerment;
    • supervise the receipt of materials;
    • monitor litigation processes;
    • monitor international shipping;
    • negotiate payment terms with suppliers;
    • supervise inventory;
    • adjust value of revalued assets;
    • identify the need for new equipment;
    • monitor expiration date of materials and/or products;
    • plan teamwork;
    • supervise revaluation of assets by third parties;
    • demonstrate ability to make decisions;
    • demonstrate negotiation skills;
    • demonstrate initiative;
    • elaborate specific procedures and rules for the area;
    • check payments made;
    • prepare financial and economic statements;
    • control conditions for packaging materials and/or products;
    • distribute tasks;
    • plan receipts;
    • control production flow;
    • receive documents from the export department;
    • propose lawsuits against defaulters;
    • define material purchasing needs;
    • control fixed cash fund;
    • present the results of the goals of the area/sector;
    • prepare documents for closing (invoices);
    • register invoices;
    • demonstrate objectivity;
    • identify the need to hire employees;
    • guide employees in the use and maintenance of equipment;
    • analyze documents for exchange closing;
    • monitor performance indicators;
    • keep an updated customer record;
    • control incoming resources;
    • monitor movement of materials and/or products according to the abc curve;
    • establish packing and material identification method;
    • monitor bank charges;
    • raise market prices;
    • collect overdue securities;
    • control stock of unserviceable materials and/or products;
    • manage conflicts;
    • participate in the definition of corporate goals;
    • inventory assets;
    • hire a shipping agent;
    • provide information about assets;
    • list payments to be made;
    • work as a team;
    • scaling available resources (humans, materials, equipment);
    • download received titles;
    • collect financial and economic data of the company;
    • perform agreements with customers;
    • generate depreciation and fixed assets reports;
    • search bank fees;
    • control supply contract balances;
    • control purchase order balance;
    • control budget execution;
    • search for feed back from customers (level of logistics services);
    • determine the type of asset for depreciation purposes;
    • check compliance with legal and safety standards;
    • motivate team;
    • assist in budget preparation;
    • request purchase for restocking;
    • evaluate international banks indicated by customers;
    • demonstrate flexibility;
    • participate in the definition of types of packaging and ways of packaging materials and/or products ;
    • control loans, banking applications;
    • check box closing documentation;
    • prepare reports, forms, spreadsheets...;
    • consult customer registration information;
    • manage material and/or product requisitions;
    • demonstrate leadership;
    • manage attendance/point control (absences, delays, justifications);
    • work as a team;
    • generate documents for accounting;
    • guide the execution of the work;
    • hire an insurance company;
    • consolidate area information;
    • monitor arrival of original import documents;
    • provide subsidies for drafting a supply contract;
    • perform collection of securities in portfolio;
    • control stock levels (quantity, value...);
    • supervise application of the peps method (first in, first out);
    • plan a holiday roster;
    • control material receipt flow;
    • schedule payments;
    • identify unpaid securities;
    • transfer ownership of assets;
    • supervise the receipt of materials;
    • examine accounts payable;
    • analyze customer orders;
    • demonstrate analytical ability;
    • decide on guarantees for granting credit;
    • negotiate terms, quantity, conditions with suppliers and/or customers;
    • plan vacation roster;
    • collect economic indices;
    • participate in the development of standards and procedure manuals;
    • sort assets by cost center;

    Sectors that hire Credit and collection supervisor the most in the job market

    • retailer of clothing and accessories
    • furniture retail trade
    • shoe retailer
    • temporary labor lease
    • billing activities and registration information
    • specialized retailer of home appliances and audio and video equipment
    • combined office and administrative support services
    • call services activities
    • general building material retail trade
    • retail merchandise in general, with predominance of food products - supermarkets

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