Key skills: Excellent communications skills, knowledge of Excel, MS office, good understating of numbers
Our client is looking to recruit a Financial Administrator/Office Manager to join there busy office in Towcester. The successful candidate will be responsible for managing the accountancy as well as general Administration in the operative day to day business.
Well established and one of the world wide leading suppliers of parts for a variety of mechanical vehicles. The company are a long established firm who have developed products that deliver impressive quality and economy to their customers.
This is an excellent opportunity to join their office Management team. You will be responsible for managing all aspects of the work from managing the accounts as well as the daily admin tasks. This will involve:
Execution of payment transactions and dunning
Creating PO's and Invoice Management
Supervising and timing all incoming and outgoing payments
Account reconciliation and clarification
Correspondence with Suppliers and Customers
Monitor Accounts receivable and accounts payable
Work out Company processes/procedures
The role would suit a self-motivated and ambitious individual who will be a team player, self-reliant and responsible.
You must have experience of:
Commercial education preferably with or working towards accountancy qualifications
Proven track record and experience and knowledge in Excel
Expertise in accounting and experience in daily booking
Independent and structured way of working
High degree of personal responsibility, conscientiousness and reliability
Good knowledge of the MS Office package
Analytical skills and high affinity and good understanding for numbers
Secure communication with internal and external partners
Prior to applying for this opportunity, please ensure your CV details all relevant experience relevant to the Financial Administrator/Office Manager.
Additional Resources are an Employment Business and an Employment Agency as defined within The Conduct of Employment Agencies & Employment Businesses Regulations 2003.