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Purchase Ledger Clerk

Salary £11.00 per hour
Location Alfreton, Derbyshire
Job Type Temp Jobs
Sector
Job Ref HQ00047825
Published 23 days ago

Job Description

THE OPPORTUNITY:

Purchase Ledger Clerk Required

A wonderful opportunity has arisen for an experienced Purchase Ledger Clerk to join a fantastic national organisation in North Derbyshire. The Purchase Ledger Clerk will play an integral role within the clerical finance division.

You will be working within a large Purchase Ledger Function and the role will be transactional in nature.

THE ROLE & YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Inputting purchase ledger invoices
  • Reconciling monthly statements
  • Posting of bank Direct Debit payments.
  • Posting of daily BACS payments, general and vehicle payments.
  • Allocating authorised invoices to the correct nominal ledger codes.
  • Weekly Warranty postings.
  • Verifying parts invoices through purchase control.
  • Processing fortnightly payment run.

EXPERIENCE SOUGHT IN THE SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATE:

The business is looking for someone with at least two years practical experience within a Purchase Ledger role.

They are also looking for positive can do people who will be business and team focused. You will be happy to support others and work to the best interests of the business.

It would also be an advantage if you are proficient in the use of Excel.

NB: As a result of the volume of applications we may be unable to respond with individual feedback. If we have not contacted you within five working days your application has been unsuccessful.

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