Accounts Payable Administrator
Accounts Payable Administrator, Up to £28,000, Weybridge
Your new company
This is a brilliant opportunity to join a leading and progressive organisation as their Accounts Payable Administrator. A company who everyone has heard of!
Your new role
As the Accounts Payable Administrator you will be able to hit the ground running. You will ensure that the business suppliers invoices are processed and paid in a timely manner and via the P2P process. You will be responsible for submitting general expense invoices for coding and approval, reconciling supplier statements, maintaining the AP reports, files and spreadsheets and co-ordinate supplier payments and any critical payments. You will be the subject matter expert and train other staff where necessary.
What you'll need to succeed
To be successful in this role you will have a substantial amount of Accounts Payable experience to allow you to hit the ground running with very minimal training. You must have a full understanding of the Purchase to Pay Process to ensure you are the subject matter expert. You will also have excellent communication skills and be able to work with a number of stakeholders.
Candidates need to demonstrate a clear step by step understanding of what the p2p process entails and what to do when invoices don't tally up and fall into Workflow. What to do when the the invoice goes bk if the goods haven't been receipted and appeared and chase up when not resolved and issues are raised with Accts Payable by end users. They need to work somewhere where PO's are mandatory and around 2000 minimum per month. Someone who understand the end to end process and has worked for larger companies as smaller companies have the old school approach. They won't invest in purchase to pay and with manual processing they don't understand the ocr process. ERP.
One question they'll be asked in interview is: What issues happen when the invoice doesn't match the PO. We need to see how they deliver the solution following the P2P process. Understanding of reconciliation and excellent communication skills to follow up with stakeholders on what is outstanding - verbally, skype and email.
What you'll get in return
Int return you will get a competitive salary of up to £28,000, 25 days holiday not including bank holidays, free onsite parking, subsidised restaurant, staff shop, development opportunities and potential of flexible working.
What you need to do now
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