A stable and growing essential services company has an opening for an Accounts Payable Coordinator who would be responsible for the processing of accounts payable invoices and payments, as well as reconciling vendor accounts.
location: Anaheim, California
job type: Contract
salary: $22 - 30 per hour
work hours: 9 to 5
education: High School
experience: 2 Years
- Verify that transactions comply with department financial policies and procedures.
- Matching vendor invoices with purchase orders and receiving documents on line, 3 way match. Verifies that the invoices follow standard operating procedures.
- Communicate, both verbally and via written communications, internally and with external vendors, in order to resolve vendor inquiries or variances.
- Reconcile vendor accounts and keep them current. Resolve issues and obtain missing invoices or credits for unmatched receipts.
- Meet payment deadlines in accordance with established terms.
- Process and expedite payments in accordance with company policy.
- Print Accounts Payable Aging Report and research any significantly aged items.
- Assist in maintaining the list of recurring vouchers and contracts that require regular payments.
- Manage prepayment, deposit and wire vendors.
- Manage month end responsibilities including accruals and account reconciliations.
- Minimum 2 years of Accounts Payable experience
- Experience using a large accounting software including Oracle, SAP, MS Dynamics a plus.
- High volume of invoice processing experience highly preferred.
Qualified and Interested applicants please email email@example.com
skills: A/P Processing
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