Accounts Payable Clerk

Job Title: Accounts Payable Clerk
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Central London
Salary: £25,000 - £30,000
Start Date: 2016-08-03 00:00:00
Reference: 141809
Contact Name: Luke Johnson
Contact Email:
Job Published: November 25, 2016 11:29

Job Description

Our client, a stand alone 5* hotel in London, is looking for an experienced and personable Accounts Payable Clerk to join the team. This is a great opportunity for somebody looking to further their finance skills for a high end organisation. 

  • Processing supplier invoices.
  • Liaising with suppliers and resolving queries
  • Reconciling petty cash
  • Create and post journals 
  • Verify the Food and Beverage receiving report agrees with the accounts payable total purchases.
  • Ensure that all items in the invoices match with the purchase orders and receiving records.
  • Post all invoices to the accounts payable ledger
  • Verify that the Aged Accounts Payable report is in agreement with the General Ledger.
  • Providing analysis of F&B stores consumption to handle the ordering of Food and Beverage as exact as possible.
  • Maintain the food inventory updated on a daily in cooperation with the provision master.
  • Carry out spot-checks on the hotel stores rotating stock-takes
  • Monitors – controls bar and restaurant staff discounts
  • Distribute daily sales analysis reports as required

Personal specification

  • Experience of working in an Accounts Payable role.

  • Good working knowledge of the Accounts Payable function.

  • Good MS Office (Word, Excel) desirable.

  • Proactive approach to problem solving.

  • Very polite, friendly with strong communication skills.

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