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Order To Cash Operations– Credit & Collections Analyst

Location Dublin, Ireland Workstyle Open to Hybrid


Order to Cash (OTC) Operations Credit & Collections Analyst Dublin



BioMarin Pharmaceutical Inc. (Nasdaq: BMRN) is a world leader in developing therapies to treat rare genetic diseases, and after almost two decades, BioMarin’s extensive research and development efforts continue to expand the boundaries of medicine. Guided by its commitment to the rare disease community, the company seeks to rapidly develop first-in-class or best-in-class therapies that will make a meaningful difference to small patient populations.

BioMarin has seven commercialized products and multiple clinical and pre-clinical product candidates in its pipeline. The company’s clinical success on behalf of its rare disease patients has produced robust revenue growth from BioMarin’s existing products. Achieving non-GAAP profitability in 2017, the company expects to turn the corner toward profitability and bottom-line growth in the years to follow.

Today, BioMarin Finance is growing rapidly with the overall company and is developing into a cutting-edge global finance organization. BioMarin has over $1B of annual revenues and operations in over 40 countries that drive significant global accounting and finance complexity. The company has ambitious growth plans in the immediate future and has an enthusiastic global finance team that is eager to deliver a world-class accounting and finance function to BioMarin and its stakeholders.

BioMarin trades on the Nasdaq under ticker BMRN and is headquartered in San Rafael, California.

Global OTC Operations Team is part of our Global Finance Organization, with team members in Dublin and California, the Global OTC Operations Teamhasresponsibilityand audit & SOX compliance accountability for all activities related to Accounts Receivable,Billing, Credit and Collections Management, the team also provides oversight to the transactional execution of OTC business processes and facilitates OTC Governance Forums acrossall levels of the organisation.The OTC Operations Team also has a focus on driving continuous process analysis and improvement to deliver efficiencies and scale in support of ongoing business growth.

JOB TITLE: Analyst, Global Collections & Credit Risk Management


Based in Ireland,this is a full-time permanent role, reporting to the Snr Manager OTC - Credit & Collections who is based in California,this role will support Global Credit & Collections activities including Cash Application, along with Accounts Receivable Subledger Close activities.


  • Credit & Collections Activities
    • Regular reviews of debtors with relevant stakeholders to agree follow-up steps
    • Identify and escalate any issues that may impede payment,implement action plans which ensure timely collection of debts
    • Work with cross-functional colleagues to resolve outstanding queries.
    • CompletingCash Application for all customer payments, using a mix of automated and manual processesensuring these are completed in a timely manner and to period close deadlines.
    • Investigating and resolving queries in an efficient and timely manner
  • Period Close & AR Reporting Activities
    • Assist with timely Month End AR Ledger Close / Month End Close
    • Perform Weekly/Monthly Reconciliations such as Balance Sheet reconciliations, Sales reconciliations, and Intercompany reconciliations
    • Support the year-end financial statement audit process and the SOX audit process.
  • Continuous Improvement Activities
    • Identify opportunities for continuous process improvements and innovative solutions so the team can operate in an efficient manner
    • Proactively identify, rectify and follow-up on errors and causes of errors while managing the quality and development of financial accounts, systems, and processes
    • Support project and continuous improvement tasks as required
  • General
    • Assist with ad-hoc OTC Global Operations activities
    • Ability to communicate in a clear and concise manner
    • Contribute to team effort and assist co-workers as needed


  • University degree in Business, Finance or Accounting, or equivalent experience


  • Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to work independently and within a team
  • Proficiency in PC skills (particularly Word and Excel)
  • Ability to work under pressure and to handle several projects at once
  • Experience and knowledge of Accounts Receivable is preferred
  • Ability to work independently and use own initiative to make decisions based on own research.

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