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1 May 2023

Full-Time Director of Credit Underwriting & Fraud – Al Ain

Selby Jennings QRF – Posted by JobsTeam Al Ain, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

Job Description

Credit risk monitoring, new customer investigations, and collection activities across sectors are all managed by the Credit Manager, who reports directly to and is mentored by the Director of Credit and the Director of Risk. One of your primary objectives in this position will be to streamline the entire credit and collections procedure through the use of data analysis and reporting.

Job Title : Director of Credit Underwriting & Fraud
Location : Al Ain, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
Salary : $ 28.63 per hour.
Company : Selby Jennings QRF
Job Type : Full-Time


  • Contacts in related industries and businesses outside of your own should be made and kept up, including legal counsel, debt collectors, credit reporting agencies, and trade groups focused on credit.
  • Oversee the Credit Department’s Collection Efforts. Seek out, record, and settle any outstanding issues or debts. Find a solution to any collecting issues. Participate in conversations with clients and sales staff to aid in debt collection efforts.
  • Continuously seek out new ways to automate, streamline, or eliminate tasks in the credit department to improve processes and reduce costs through a manage by exception mentality.
  • In cases of excessive deduction or collection, it is recommended to consult with management and the appropriate employees.
  • Review of various receivable aging data on a regular basis to spot accounts that need follow-up contact.
  • Ensure that your company’s accounts receivable amounts are reasonable given your current financial situation and the state of the economy.
  • You’ll be responsible for developing and overseeing all policies and procedures related to credit and collections. This division is responsible for new customer acquisition, credit checking, and collections.
  • Supervise the filing of liens and lien releases, and confer with legal counsel as needed.
  • Build strong customer relationships to maximize value; communicate with customers and internal associates via email and phone on a regular basis.
  • Create data-driven reports and analytics for upper-level management use in tracking risk, collecting, and trends. Report on the accounts that pose the greatest risk and suggest solutions.


  • Excellent customer service skills, strong interpersonal skills, negotiation skills, ability to communicate and manage well at all levels of the organization and with staff at remote locations is essential.
  • Strong problem-solving skills, as well as the capacity to use good judgment and make choices based on fast and correct evaluations.
  • high levels of dependability and honesty, as well as a strong feeling of urgency and a results-oriented mindset.
  • Three or more years in more major financial and credit leadership roles in the industrial, construction, or petroleum industries is preferable.
  • Required reading includes business and trade journals, news articles, financial reports, and legal documents.

How to Apply


Job Categories: Credit Manager. Job Types: Full-Time.

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