CPL

CPL

ACCOUNTS PAYABLE ADMINISTRATOR


Posted on:
08/11/2019
Location:
CORK
Salary:
EUR 30,000 - 35,000
Job type:
PERMANENT
Job reference number:
15476445
Client ID:
JO-1911-440649
Due to internal progression, my client, a well-established Healthcare company in Cork is seeking an Accounts Payable Administrator to join their expanding team.

This is a new and exciting opportunity for a motivated individual to fulfil a range of Accounts Payable activities across a multi-currency structure.



Reasons to apply:

  • Amazing opportunity for a AP Specialist to further develop their career
  • Highly progressive company with fantastic culture
  • 22 days annual leave rising to 23 after 2 years + 10 public holidays!
  • Benefits include Laptop, Pension, Life Assurance, Loss of Income Protection, Education Assistance Programme, Sports & Social, Bike to work and Savings Scheme.


Key responsibilities of this position:

  • Process a high volume of stock supplier invoice reconciliations
  • Create supplier payments through online banking and enter payments into SAP
  • Ensure daily bank reconciliations are complete
  • Approve staff expenses and process monthly payments
  • Reconciliation of Trade Creditor and GRNI balances at month end
  • Ensure monthly payment runs are complete
  • Post journals for accruals and prepayments
  • Intercompany GL account reconciliations
  • Liaise with management and suppliers to ensure all queries are dealt with in a timely manner


The successful candidate will possess the following:

  • 2 + years' experience in an Accounts Payable function
  • Experience with SAP would be an advantage
  • Excellent capabilities to plan, prioritise and work to strict deadlines in a fast-paced, pressurised environment
  • Ability to work under own initiative whilst also building relationships across various departments
  • Excellent attention to detail and accuracy with strong computer literacy


To apply for this position, please send your updated CV to Grace.Lynch@cpl.ie or contact 021 462 6125

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