Accounts Payable

Dublin South
12 Oct 2018
12 Nov 2018
Job role
We are currently seeking to employ an experienced full-time Accounts Payable person to assist with the smooth running of a busy multi-disciplinary consultancy. Reporting to the Finance Director, the Payroll & Finance Administrator will be a key member of our client's team working in either our Dublin South or Waterford offices. Responsibilities : Monthly payroll Respond to payroll queries from staff and management. Reviewing and reconciling staff monthly expense claims. Prepare and File all relevant tax returns on ROS. Support with pension and healthcare insurance payments. Request tax certs from Revenue. Assist in the completion of CSO returns. Recording and verifying creditors invoices for goods and services. Entering invoices on Accounts system for payment. Setting up projects on sage Core Time. Entering invoices on Sage Core Time against project codes. Managing the weekly / monthly payments run. Recording all cheques and payments made. Maintaining accounts payable ledger and reconciling key accounts to statements. Reconciling bank accounts. Debt collection. Liaison with Company Accountants Principal Requirements: A minimum of 4 years' experience in processing of accounts payable Accounting Technician Qualified or similar/ IPASS Qualification (preferable) Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office suite including Outlook, Word and Excel. Meticulous attention to detail. Excellent organisational and planning capabilities. Experience in use of Sage 50 and Sage Core Time would be a distinct advantage. Willingness to travel between offices. Benefits + Other information: Salary Guide is €38K to €40K Depending on experience - Open to negotiation for the right person Entitlement to join Company Pension Scheme (after 6 months) Free parking at Dublin Office. 20 days annual leave (not including Good Friday) Placement can be in either Dublin or Waterford. Travel between the 2 offices will be a feature (average twice per month). 40-45 permanent staff on payroll. Ideally start before end of year.