Are you a Purchase Ledger in Leeds looking for immediate work? This is a temporary role for 6 weeks+, paying £10.00 per hour. Working Monday- Friday full time but flexible on start and finish times. Based in LS11 near the Holbeck area.
Would you be interested in this role staring ASAP?
* Timely log and code all invoices onto purchase register ready for approval.
* Prepare weekly BACS and cheque runs to pay suppliers and ad-hoc foreign payments
* Respond to any supplier queries promptly and professionally.
* Ensure that the purchase ledger is as up to date as possible at the month end.
* Enter and pay employee cash expenses and petty cash claims.
* Prepare Purchase Ledger accrual for month end.
* Ensure transactions occurring in foreign currencies are regularly matched to ensure that any foreign exchange gains or losses are booked correctly.
* Process any ad-hoc payments which occur outside of the purchase ledger runs (e.g. reimbursements, claims etc)
* Administration and maintenance of the Vendor Management Programme.
* Review systems and processes and make improvements where necessary.
* Support Sales Ledger in the processing of cheques received and other duties as required.
* Liaise with internal and external audit members to enable an efficient and thorough audit.
* Ensure process documentation is kept up-to-date to enable others to perform your primary duties when cover is required.
* Ensure paper documents are archived on a regular basis.
* Other ad-hoc assignments as and when required by senior finance staff.
Personal Qualities and Skills
* Previous Purchase Ledger experience essential.
* Good knowledge of accounting software packages.
* Experienced in using Excel spreadsheets.
* Basic knowledge of VAT.
* High attention to detail and good organisational skills.
* Excellent communication skills.
* Displays a positive attitude at all times.
* Is a co-operative and adaptive team member.
* Ability to work to deadlines.
If you are interested in this role please contact Natalie Mitchell on
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