Accounts Payable Manager

Posted 05 January 2023
Salary £40000 - £45000 per annum + study support, hybrid-working
LocationUxbridge
Job type Permanent
DisciplineAccountancy & Finance
Reference29049/001_1672927352
Contact NameMartin Lawrence

Job description

Accounts Payable Manager

Uxbridge, hybrid-working, study support, £40,000 - £45,000

Wade Macdonald is currently partnering with a highly respected, well-known organisation who are very well established within their industry sector and have demonstrated double digit growth in recent years, going from strength to strength. They are now looking to recruit for an Accounts Payable Manager.

Working within the finance team, this role will be responsible for managing the AP function, this will include overseeing all related processes and being primary point of contact for any queries.

Day to day responsibilities and duties include:

  • Administration and processing of invoices and allocating supplier payments

  • Overseeing invoice approval

  • Improving the internal control environment through the implementation and monitoring of standard procedures

  • Implementing new systems

  • Building positive relationships with key stakeholders

  • Maintaining the purchase ledger function to ensure that all invoices are processed, and payments are made in a timely manner

  • Reconciling supplier statements monthly

  • Creating and administering supplier accounts

  • Intercompany reconciliation and management

  • Journal entries for various benefits

  • Weekly payment runs and bank reconciliations

  • Monthly and quarterly reporting

  • Supporting on external audit queries

About You - Skills and Experience:

  • Studying towards AAT/ACCA/CIMA would be advantageous. Qualified by experience is also considered

  • Experience in managing in a multi-site organisation

  • Invoicing & Reconciliation

  • Effective communication skills and experience in implementing new systems

  • A driven personality with a positive outlook

Accounts Payable Manager

Uxbridge, hybrid-working, study support, £40,000 - £45,000

Applications are encouraged from all candidates meeting or exceeding the minimum criteria for the role regardless of age, disability, gender, orientation, race, religion or ethnicity.