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Accounts Payable & Purchasing Assistant

Ref code: RVH99093599
Finance Transactional
£22k - 25k per year
Thurmaston, Leicestershire, England
Permanent
Hybrid Working
Applications Closed

Accounts Payable & Purchasing Assistant
Thurmaston, Leicester
Hybrid Working (3 in & 2 out)
Up to £25,000

SF Recruitment are working with an instantly recognisable business in Thurmaston, Leicester who are seeking a Purchase Ledger Clerk to join their team on a full time & permanent basis. This would suit an individual who is looking for a role with elements of finance, purchasing & administration all wrapped into one! This is a varied opportunity working as part of the Finance Shared Services team to ensure the accurate, complete and timely processing orders and ensure that any queries from accounts payable or the suppliers are dealt with as efficiently as possible. Strong communication skills are required in this role as a large part of the role will be query management & overseeing the query inbox.

Purchasing experience is not necessary but they are looking for someone who has some accounts payable experience who can deal with a high volume of queries that need to be resolved. There is no invoice processing in this role. It will be a 50/50 split between raising orders and dealing with invoice queries.

- Process purchase orders on a timely, accurate and complete basis, following up with the requisitioners as and when required
- Ensure that any Accounts Payable queries that arise on a daily/weekly basis, including managing the receipt of orders, price holds, supplier queries and depot queries are dealt with effectively and efficiently
- Create and maintain reports using excel which hold the process of each query case.
- Identify queries using the query management process flow and follow this to enable a successful resolution.

If you are an experienced all-rounder with the ability to work in a fast paced environment, please apply with your most up to date CV for immediate consideration.

Rhys Hughes
Rhys Hughes
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