Robert Half

Purchase Ledger Clerk

England, West Midlands, Birmingham
£18000 - £24000 per annum
03 Jan 2018
02 Feb 2018
Ravi Johal
Qualification Level
Not qualified
Contract Type

The Company
Robert Half Finance & Accounting are currently recruiting for a Purchase Ledger Clerk to join a services company based on the outskirts of Birmingham.

Your Profile
This opportunity will suit an individual who is seeking new challenges and would like to progress further into the finance side. If you are looking forward to an exciting career opportunity within a changing and diverse work environment and study support to progress then this role will be ideal for you. You will work in a small but busy finance team and report directly to the Financial Controller.

The Role
As a growing and dynamic business, this role will be varied and the ideal candidate will be able to work on their own initiative and be open to discussing different ways of improving systems. This role will have links to other areas of the business so excellent inter personnel skills are essential. You will be responsible for:

- Invoice Processing, setting up new suppliers through to processing of invoices

- Coding of invoices to projects

- Processing and reconciliations

- Liaising with the Sales Ledger team

- Banking, maintenance of supplier details in UK and abroad

- Bank Reconciliations

- Expenses

- Accruals and Prepayments

You must have experience working in a similar role and want to progress into finance. This is a hands on role and the ideal candidate must be competent, have excellent attention to details skills and ensure all month end deadlines are complete.

Salary is £18,000 - £24,000

Robert Half Ltd acts as an employment business for temporary positions and an employment agency for permanent positions. Robert Half is committed to equal opportunity and diversity. Suitable candidates with equivalent qualifications and more or less experience can apply. By applying to this position, you acknowledge that you have read and accept the following terms: