Accounts Payable

Dublin City Centre
12 Oct 2018
07 Nov 2018
Job role
Accounts Payable Analyst Position Description   Title:   Accounts Payable Analyst Reports To:   Regional Accounting Officer   Position Summary:   The Accounts Payable Analyst will ensure that all invoices are processed and paid within terms and adhere to Accounts Payable policy and procedures. The Accounts Payable Analyst will also be responsible for assisting Procurement Staff with invoice discrepancy management. Participate in testing of A/P system enhancements in SAP, if required.   Responsibilities: §  Processing and payments of all invoices §  Confirm compliance with authorized approval limits prior to processing invoices §  Assist with invoice discrepancy management §  Respond to vendor inquiries relating to AP §  Maintain files and documentation thoroughly and accurately, in accordance with company policy and accepted accounting practices §  Assist with projects as needed §  Working closely with Procurement Team to resolve PO queries §  Working with the AP team in Canada on weekly payments §  Reconcile creditors statements on a monthly basis §  Competition of Accounts Payable and Purchase Order report on a monthly basis   Qualifications : §  3 - 5 years of general accounting and analytical experience §  Solid knowledge of Accounts payable processing with great attention to detail §  Proficiency with SAP,  MS Excel and MS Word §  Excellent organizational, communication and interpersonal skills §  Excellent written and oral communication skills §  Ability to work independently and as part of a team §  Attention to detail     Job Applicant Privacy Notice: At IRES Fund Management Limited, we will collect and process certain personal data relating to you as a job candidate in compliance with applicable data protection law. Our privacy practices and your rights in relation to your personal data are set out in our Privacy Statement: Please be aware that personal data you submit to us, such as your CV, may be transferred, processed and stored in systems outside the European Economic Area (EEA).