Accounts Payable Assistant
Experienced AP within Construction? This is an opportunity to work for one of the largest infrastructure specialists in the UK.
You will be required to assist with clearing the backlog of Plant invoices. The Accounts Payable assistant will be required to have previous experience in this role and ideally worked in the construction sector.
You will be using accounts system so experience using an accounts system is essential.
This role is starting ASAP and is for 3–6 months
Working hours are 08:30 – 17:30
This position is paying GBP13–15ph PAYE GBP16–20ph LTD
What's in it for you?
- Working for one of the leading infrastructure businesses in the UK
- Modern offices
- Great team culture
Accounts Payable Assistant Responsibilities:
- Clearing backlog of Plant invoices
- Managing incoming Invoices, delivery tickets and general queries from the group email 'in–box'
- Processing the finance post and mail
- Invoice scanning and batching
- Processing delivery ticket
- GRN Input on the accounting system
- Supplier statement reconciliations
- Month end dashboard reporting and KPI's
Accounts Payable Assistant Requirements:
- Previously worked within Accounts Payable
- Able to do statement reconciliations
- AAT qualified (or working towards AAT)
- Construction industry experience is desirable
- Knowledge and Experience of Purchase Ledgers/Accounting systems
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