News: Job at EAO

Posted on 15th October 2015

Part-time Data Entry Administrator – in the Finance Department.

Excellent part-time opportunity in Burgess Hill working for a small business in a smart and spacious office.

Job Type: Permanent, part-time (9 hours per week).

Location: Burgess Hill.

Hours of work: 3 days, 09:30am – 12:30pm, Tuesday – Thursday (some flexibility possible on working days & hours).

Salary: Competitive salary plus benefits including: non-contributory pension scheme, private health care, cash plan healthcare scheme, paid sickness plus 22 days holiday per annum pro rata.

Closing date: 21st October 2015.

Duties & Responsibilities:

1.      The input and validation of supplier invoices into Oracle Payables.

2.      Identify supplier invoices in query and investigate.

3.      Maintain accurate filing system of processed invoices by archiving electronically.

4.      Reconciliation of supplier statements to Oracle Payables.

5.      Provide telephone support to answer supplier queries.

6.      Review the AP Accrual reconciliation report and reconcile to GL.

7.      To carry out any other duties and tasks as may be necessary from time to time.

8.      To present and promote a positive image of EAO at all times.

Key essentials for the right candidate:

·        Able to work on own initiative.

.        Be able to demonstrate a high level of data entry accuracy.

·        Excel to intermediate level.

·        Experience of Oracle Payables preferable, but not essential as full training will be given. 

STRICTLY NO AGENCIES.

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