Purchase Ledger Clerk

The People Pod
Alderley Edge, UK
19 Jun 2019
26 Jun 2019
Contract Type
Full Time
Purchase Ledger Clerk

If you are currently an Purchase Ledger Clerk looking for a new an exciting opportunity with huge progression potential all within a modern and vibrant environment then this could be the role for you.

In line with our clients' extensive plans for growth they are currently seeking a bright and diligent Purchase Ledger Clerk to join their fast-paced Finance Team in their Alderley Edge Head Office. This is a fantastic opportunity for a motivated and analytical candidate to work as part of a supportive and experienced team in an exciting, dynamic, and rapidly expanding company.

The role of a Purchase Ledger Clerk is to provide financial support to the business, performing purchase ledger processes for part of our clients Group of companies. You will be responsible for ensuring all daily and monthly tasks are performed accurately and on a timely basis. You will be responsible for processing invoices, keying and posting bank payments and preparing payment runs for approximately 20 subsidiary companies.

Purchase Ledger Clerk Responsibilities:
-Processing supplier invoices
-Purchase order matching and review
-Supplier statement review and reconciliation
-Creditors ledger review and reconciliation
-Setting up new suppliers on Sage x3
-Preparation of supplier payment runs and keying of bank payments
-Processing company expenses and credit cards
-Processing investor payments
-Supporting the Accounts Assistants as required
-Continually looking to improve processes both within the Finance team and across other teams within the business
-Support the wider finance team by undertaking ad-hoc duties
-Additional tasks as required to support the growth of the business

Purchase Ledger Clerk Role requirements


-Previous experience in a similar role

Attributes: A personable and professional individual with a responsible, organised and proactive approach to work. Possesses the ability to prioritise effectively.

Communication: Possesses strong oral and written skills with the ability to communicate information in a clear and concise manner. Can build relationships quickly and communicate effectively with both suppliers and colleagues.

Professionalism and Commitment: Can conduct oneself in a professional manner and can demonstrate a dedication and commitment to completing tasks and achieving goals.

Workload Management and Approach: Possesses excellent time management skills and able to organise own workload. A quick learner with the ability to work to deadlines with strong attention to detail. Enjoys working in a fast-paced team environment.

Salary: £20,000 - £22,000 DOE

*Due to expected large volume of applications we will, unfortunately not be able to respond to every applicant*

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