Accounts Assistant

Howarth Morris Ltd
Stanley, UK
14 Feb 2019
14 Feb 2019
Contract Type
Level of qualification
Not qualified, Part qualified
A highly reputable and extremely successful organisation based in Liverpool City Centre is currently looking to recruit a Finance Assistant on a permanent basis. In what is an ideal opportunity for someone looking for their next move to expand on their current experience, the successful applicant will be joining a dynamic, fast paced and secure working environment during an exciting period of expansion which has resulted in record company growth. Working amongst a friendly and supportive team, responsibilities will include: Processing supplier invoices on to the purchase ledger Dealing with supplier requests for payment and supplier queries Sales ledger processing Producing payment runs Daily bank reconciliations Matching invoices to POs and delivery notes Petty cash processing Maintaining Excel spreadsheets Filing and scanning supplier invoices and expenses with receipts Any other duties as required by the Finance department You will be comfortable working on your own initiative and as part of a team and will have excellent written, verbal and IT skills including the regular use of MS Excel. My client is looking to consider a range of applicants including applicants looking to study or currently studying towards the AAT qualification. This is a genuine opportunity for someone looking to establish themselves within a busy finance department in which they will receive ongoing support and mentoring and comes with a competitive salary that is complimented with an excellent benefits package. Howarth Morris is a leading Financial, Human Resources and Business Support Recruitment Consultancy. Our Financial Selection division is dedicated to the career management of Part Qualified and Qualified Professionals across ACA, ACCA, CIMA, AAT, ICM, CIPP and CIPD and we are committed to providing our clients with the best candidates for their business and our candidates with the best opportunities for their career.