Accounts Payable Officer at Sharp & Carter Accounting Clerical

Sharp & Carter Accounting Clericalis hiring people as Accounts Payable Officer. The Selected person will be earn at least Undisclosed NZD per month. There are also many more opportunities. Read the entire post carefully to know all the details related to this job.
PostingAccounts Payable Officer
Job EmployerSharp & Carter Accounting Clerical
LocationCBD & Inner Suburbs
SalaryUndisclosed
Job SectorAccounts Payable
The Organisation
Our client is a highly reputable company, with its forward and progressive thinking being two main attributes for its success over the years. As the business grows, our client is looking for the right individuals to join them in achieving greater success and further growth in an Accounts Payable Officer role on a permanent basis in Melbourne’s CBD.
  
Position Description
Reporting into the Finance Manager, the role will involve taking ownership of the Accounts Payable process with key tasks involving:
  • Initiating process improvement
  • Processing supplier invoices
  • Bank reconciliations
  • Ensure purchase orders are received and approved
  • Reallocate costs through ERP as required
  • Reconciliation of supplier accounts
  • Weekly and monthly payment runs
  • Assisting with month end reporting
Candidate Profile
The successful applicant will have worked in a similar Accounts Payable Officer role in the past and have been exposed to what the job entails, as well as:
  • Experience with the duties of being an Accounts Payable Officer and what that entails
  • Clear communication skills with a strong attention to detail
  • Ability and passion when it comes to working in a team
  • Able to meet deadlines and have tasks done in a timely matter
What’s on offer?
  • Supportive team environment with a common goal
  • Upskill in your career with a market leading business with immense opportunities
  • The ability to expand and develop your career
To discuss the role further, please contact Durras Seccull at [email protected]

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