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Accounts Payable Representative - Multilingual

Job Title: Accounts Payable Representative - Multilingual
Contract Type: Temporary
Location: London, England
Industry:
Salary: £19000 - £26000 per annum
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 months
REF: 9761_1499183461
Contact Name: Zivile Asanaviciute
Contact Email: cv@projectrecruit.com
Job Published: over 1 year ago

Job Description

Accounts Payable Junior Representative

Our client, a vibrant organisation and leader in the finance technology space, is seeking an Accounts Payable Junior Representative to join their high volume Accounts Payable team. This team maintains Purchase Ledger for EMEA regions.

In this new role you will be working on various aspects of Accounts Payable processing in a dynamic and fast paced environment. This position interacts with internal and external customers requiring timely and accurate responses to payment related issues.

This is a temporary role until the end of December 2017 and has opportunity to become a permanent employee within the company. A successful candidate has to have minimum 6 months experience in Accounts Payable, and be studying towards accounting qualification.

Responsibilities include invoice processing, dealing with queries and vendor account reconciliations. Attention to detail is imperative to ensure invoices are allocated to the correct department, company code, vendor and purchase order. Additional responsibilities would include ad hoc Accounting tasks and projects. The successful individual will have strong communication and customer service skills, as well as excellent time management and organizational skills.

Key skills / requirements

  • Previous work experience with Accounts Payable (6+ months)
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills
  • Fluency in another European language in addition to English
  • Invoice processing knowledge
  • Knowledge of basic Financial and Accounting terminology
  • Fully proficient in MS Office
  • Knowledge of SAP
  • Ability to organise and prioritise high volume workload