Purchase Ledger Clerk – £22,000 – Towcester

Location: Towcester
Salary: £18,000 to £22,000
Contract Type: Full-time Permanent, Full-time Temporary
Date posted: 14-01-2020
Reference: 895572

This is a great new opportunity for a candidate who really wants to make a difference for our client who are a thriving in their niche area of business. There are tonnes of Purchase Ledger / Accounts Payable roles out there, but we can categorically say this is a role which would present open doors and opportunities you are unlikely to get anywhere else in this area. This is a fast-paced environment requiring accuracy and speed to ensure up to 1000 invoices per month are processed properly.

For a candidate with some of the experience needed and more importantly the attitude to really take ownership of their work, we can offer a lovely environment, company pension, 25 days holiday rising to 30, staff events, on-site catering (coming soon), bonus, holiday purchase options etc it truly is a great opportunity.

Your job duties will be:

  • Process for payments for purchase ledger invoices and credit notes
  • Using high attention to detail to check invoices match the purchase order and any accompanying administration
  • Processing staff expenses
  • Supporting the purchasing team with any information needed around invoicing
  • Reconciling supplier statements following up with communication
  • Checking VAT and any how to deal with appropriately on invoices from EU
  • Filing any other relevant administration

Experience and Skills:

  • Experience working within a relevant accounts based role
  • Matching high volumes of invoices
  • High level of attention to detail
  • Team Player who can take instructions and work self-sufficiently also

This really is a great role and the client will want to see relevant and experience for a best-in-class purchase ledger clerk to come on board with the company and really make a difference.

Please send your CV asap – we look forward to hearing from you!

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