Tuesday, 9 July 2013

Accounts Payable & Reconciliations Officer

Accounts Payable & Reconciliations Officer

Job title Accounts Payable & Reconciliations Officer

Job reference OCHA262

Date posted 08/07/2013

Application closing date 23/07/2013

Location :  London Weighting
Salary Package: £20,590-£28,590 pa incl. 

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Job description

You will provide an accounts payable and reconciliations service to City of London departments as part of a central Accounts Payable and Reconciliations team.

You will ensure all payables invoices and other transactions resulting in a payment are processed in a timely, accurate, and efficient manner. You will be responsible for the processing of invoices and other payments in accordance with tax guidelines and carrying out the necessary checks prior to posting.

Additionally you will provide a supplier account reconciliation service using various systems in accordance with accounting best practices.

You will need to be educated to A level standard or equivalent with previous experience working in an office based environment and practical experience of using Word and Excel.  Previous experience working in an Accounts Payable and / or Reconciliations role is essential with experience using Oracle Financials preferred. It is essential that you can work under pressure and enter a high volume of invoices accurately.  You will need to demonstrate an understanding of the Accounts Payable and Reconciliations functions and associated processes.  Any additional relevant knowledge such as VAT legislation, the Construction Industry scheme and understanding of FOIA and Data Protection issues would be an advantage.

This post is a career grade. Progression to the higher grade is subject to meeting the required criteria outlined in both the person specification and job description, and there being sufficient work available at the more senior level.

The closing date for all applications is 12:00 noon on 23 July 2013.

Interviews will be conducted end of July /early August 2013.