Accounts Assistant

Location: Leicestershire

Job Type: Permanent

Contact Email: Nicola.Freeman@cherryprofessional.co.uk

Contact Phone: 07584 093819

Sector: Finance Clerical

Salary: 24000

Start Date: 2024-02-12

Consultant: Nicola Freeman

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Accounts Assistant | Leicestershire | up to £24k

We are currently recruiting an Accounts Assistant to work for a thriving business based in the Leicester area.   This is a great opportunity to develop your purchase ledger skills, along with assisting in different areas of the transactional finance function.   This is a permanent full time position, fully office based. 

Responsibilities: 

Processing and entering supplier invoices 
Reconciling the supplier statements 
Allocating incoming monies into the business
Putting together payment runs 
Generating sales invoices and raising credits when necessary 
Updating payroll and pension contributions
General finance administration 

Ideal candidate:

Previous experience within a finance function 
Good working knowledge of Excel 
Strong attention to detail
Good problem solving skills 
Team player
Good communication skills at all levels 

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