The job of the data analyst is for the design, implementation of dashboards/analytics apps/reports and communicate data-driven insights to HNA allowing managers, stakeholders and executives to make more informed decisions. The role will initially bring together descriptive reporting through visualizations and automated services with a vision of integrating diagnostic, predictive and prescriptive analytics into the business.
The Manager, Credit & Collections, is responsible for supporting the Director, Credit & Collections in the management of Hilti North America’s (HNA) asset of accounts receivables. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, leading local and global projects, developing & establishing policy and procedures, strategic planning, training and development, all while improving Net Working Capital (NWC) by effectively managing account receivables to minimize losses.
The Credit Analyst II is responsible for reviewing all the orders On Hold by the system. This position provides timely and efficient orders approval process including update of DNB, analysis of credit worthiness, call customers for past due invoices and partnering with Account Mangers and Regional Managers to accelerate the approval process and avoid delay on orders. This role provides good customer services to maximize sales, resolve dispute and avoid orders to be declined. Level of Authority: (subject to change) Total Receivables including Fleet accounts: $6 million to $6.5 million
The role of the Market Reach Reporting Analyst III is responsible to provide services to the organization in the areas of Corporate Strategy, Compensation Reporting, and Sales Reporting and Analysis. Additionally, this position maintains global responsibilities for supporting specific global reports as assigned and will serve as the subject matter expert for certain focus areas.
The Finance Analyst is the analytical and reporting expert for the Hub Operations and Support functions for all of Hilti North America (HNA). This position is responsible to work directly with the Finance Business Partner (FBP) and provide efficient and timely financial reporting.
The Collections Analyst II is responsible for managing a high volume of incoming calls by partnering with Account Managers and Regional Managers to provide information on customers’ accounts. This position provides timely and efficient collection of the company’s account receivables and approves orders on new accounts as well as additional billings on existing accounts resulting in maximum sales, sound receivables, and minimal losses. This role provides good customer service through dispute resolution.