Accounts Payable Analyst

Perpetual Engineering
£20000 - £23000/annum
17 Jun 2017
17 Jul 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
Accounts Payable Analyst

The Person

You will be a well organised Accounts Payable Analyst with at least 2-5 years' experience in the role. You will have the ability to work both independently and in a team and be prepared for hard/intense work at month ends.

* High level of engagement on the tasks

* Good attention to detail when planning and carrying out tasks and ability to analyse results

* Excellent organizational and time management skills

* Good written and verbal communication skills

* Excellent IT skills

* Dynamic and willing to participate in projects within Finance and Controlling

* Aiming to work in a fast paced environment, having the ability to follow current work instructions as well as bringing up changes and proposing improvements


AAT Level or a UK recognised Accounting qualification.

The Company

A highly technical engineering business who manufacture automation.

The Role

As Accounts Payable Analyst you will be responsible for the processing of supplier invoices. In addition for preparation of all cheque and BACS payments including employee expenses and setting up all other electronic payments on the bank for approval. Involvement in projects and continuous improvement in Finance and Controlling.

Key Responsibilities

* Responsible for the set up and maintenance of supplier accounts.

* Coding and processing of supplier invoices, matching to Goods received notes.

* Registering and sending invoices to approvers in case of discrepancies, monitoring and chasing up the old items.

* Preparation of BACs runs and cheques.

* Setting up of other payments on the bank for approval.

* Auditing expenses reports

* Dealing with supplier queries.

* Supplier statement reconciliations.

* Ensuring all invoices not processed are listed for accrual.

* Manage the ICE intercompany balancing tool, ensuring balances agree with counterparts, disputing as required.

* Preparation of cash forecast requirement for foreign currency.

* Process improvement to improve quality and reduce costs/time to report.

In Return

You will receive a basic salary of £20-23k

Hours: 8:30-5:00 (Mon-Fri), 2pm finish on a Friday