A Billing manager is a kind of manager that is in charge of the supervision of processes and systems concerned with billing in a company or organization. As a billing manager, your primary assignment is to handle receivable accounts to make sure that there is smooth cash flow and assess the validity of bills.
Also, you are to provide corrective measures when necessary and needed. The supervision of the workforce performance and issues solving raised by staff is also a part of your responsibilities. Essentially, as a billing manager, you are to implement every regulation and policy and at the same time lead and encourage the team in their joint efforts to reach targets and deadlines. In some instances, you could be tasked to find future collection agents, train them and supervise their work.
There are various educational requirements to be a billing manager. Most building managers study accounting, healthcare, administration, or business. This role cannot be given to a candidate with just a high school diploma. Therefore, you must hold at least a bachelor's degree. Billing managers make an average salary of $56 804 per year.