Barden have partnered with a expanding renewable energy company to identify an experienced Senior Accounts Payable Specialist to come on board.
Reporting to the Group Finance Manager, this person will play a key role in the finance team that requires previous accounts payable experience to oversee and maintain the accounts payable function. The Senior AP Specialist will also get involved in a systems project across the department over the next 6-12 months.
ABOUT THE ROLE
- Management of the accounts payable mailbox including reviewing and processing invoices.
- Posting of invoices to vendor accounts to ensure costs are allocated and coded appropriately.
- Preparation of monthly payment runs.
- Monthly close including preparation of bank reconciliations, creditor reconciliations and maintenance of the creditor’s ledger.
- Preparation of VAT returns for Irish and UK companies.
- Supporting the group finance team with the setting up and maintenance of appropriate accounts payable controls and processes.
- Working closely with the group finance team to support the internal and external audit processes.
- Assisting with any other ad hoc duties on the team as required.
“We’re at a significant juncture now in our business given the extent of change happening as we expand internationally. With this, we’re very excited to welcome a new member into the finance team who can take the reins with this role and assist us with the development of new process and procedures” – Group Finance Manager
ABOUT THE PERSON
- At least 3 years’ experience working in an accounts payable department.
- Strong understanding and experience of accounts payable controls and processes.
- Previous involvement in process improvements and systems upgrades.
- Strong organisation, communication and interpersonal skills required.
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