Purchase Ledger Clerk
£18,000 – £21,000 Per Annum
AREA: Albrighton, Wolverhampton
OUR REFERENCE: S17484A
Our client, an established business based in Albrighton, require an experienced Purchase Ledger Clerk for a permanent contract. Our client is a well-known company in the local area, a leader in their field, who are experiencing a period of growth.
Ideal experience would be 2- 3 years knowledge of purchase ledger including payment runs and a good standard of Excel as well as Sage 200. The ability to effectively communicate at all levels with customers and colleagues both internally and externally. You will be a quick learner with a good eye for detail. Be able to work on own initiative making various decisions in line with best practice have excellent time management and have the ability to work within a team. The role will be working full time in an office environment with full covid social distancing restrictions in place. Some working from home once fully trained.
Reporting to the Financial Controller in a small, stable team, you will be responsible for processing high volumes of invoices and transactions accurately and efficiently. Matching and coding of invoices. Processing PO numbers and Inputting high volumes of invoices onto the system. Dealing with queries from suppliers and reconciling supplier statements. You will be preparing and paying invoices via cheques and BACS. The environment is busy and friendly and will offer you full support and on the job training.
The company offer excellent working conditions and onsite parking. Working hours 37.5 per week starting at 8.30am – 5.00pm with 1/2hour lunch within a relaxed environment in a friendly team. Parking and on-site canteen plus other benefits. Currently the client are operating a policy that if you can work from home then you should. All necessary equipment will be supplied but it is essential that the candidate has a suitable setup at home for the role. They are hoping to open the offices to staff again soon but at a lower capacity. Longer term the company will be looking at the possibility of keeping an element of home working if staff want to do so.