Bilingual Credit Analyst -- 18 month contract

Wolseley - Burlington, ON (30+ days ago)

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As the world’s number one distributor of heating, plumbing, industrial, and waterworks supplies, we know that talented people are essential to maintaining our success in the future.

Wolseley Canada provides an environment where employees can take their skills, talents, experience and interests to the next level to grow professionally and build rewarding careers.

Wolseley Canada offers many challenging and diverse career opportunities in our local branch networks and throughout our Regional and Corporate offices across Canada.

We are driven to achieve results, collaborate with each other to determine the best course of action, hold ourselves accountable at all times and demonstrate resilience when new challenges come our way.

Does this sound like you? Do you want to make a difference and grow your career? If so, then come join our talented and high performing team.

Credit Analyst (Bilingual)

This role will be responsible for supporting Credit Adjudication Team to achieve Wolseley Canada goals and to deliver superior customer experience. This role will support customer growth and retention across Canada. The successful candidate will be instrumental in assessing customer risk, standardizing customer master processes, and lead the automation of our credit adjudication process.

The successful candidate will join a dynamic Finance team. They will be responsible for assessing credit applications, performing financial statement analysis, and make recommendations on customer credit risk. The candidate will have exceptional working knowledge of bods and liens as it relates to the various provincial legislations. In addition to this, the incumbent will work closely with our marketing team and branch network to support various business initiatives. Additional key attributes include:

Exceptional knowledge of assessing and reviewing financial statements to ensure credit worthiness vs. acceptable level of risk by interpreting and applying the organization’s credit and operational risk management strategies
Review credit scores in relation to portfolios in assessing portfolio risk
Superior knowledge and analysis capabilities of commercial financial statements, specifically: cash flow reports, financial ratios, trends, etc.
Exceptional communicator ensuring branch and sales network, and key leaders are kept informed on customer credit risk
Provide recommendations and credit strategies to support organic growth
Perform other duties as assigned


3-5 years of credit related experience
CCP, CICP, BA, or other Undergraduate Degree
Superior written and oral communication skills
Proficient in M/S Office
Advanced level experience working with Excel
Intermediate proficiency with MS Word, PowerPoint, Visio
Knowledge of AS400, Salesforce, and credit reporting agency applications
Must be Bilingual (French, English)