Accounts Payable Representative (Part-time/Internship)
Date Posted: November 4, 2020
Deadline: May 15, 2018
Organization: Greenwood Fabricating &amp; Plating, LLC
Website: View Website
Job Type: Part Time
Wages/Salary: Depending on Experience and Qualifications.
High School Diploma or (GED) required. Associates’ or Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Business, or related field (in progress okay) preferred. 2-5 years’ experience in an accounting related field preferred. Knowledge of Microsoft Office programs is required along with the ability to quickly learn new software applications. Proficient in keyboarding, data entry, and office equipment such as photo copiers, telephone systems, fax machines, and printers. Must possess excellent interpersonal skills in dealing with all levels of the organization and customers. Strong organizational skills and initiative are required.
Job Title: Accounts Payable Representative Department: Accounting
Summary of Duties:
Compiles, classifies, records, verifies, and maintains data and payments to the company accounts payable function by performing the following duties in an accurate and timely manner.
Job Duties Include (but not limited to):
Oversees the entire accounts payable function.
Audit invoices against purchase orders, researches discrepancies, and approves for payment.
Develops and implements record keeping systems forms, policies, and procedures related to billing, processing payments, and other accounts payable functions.
Identifies and resolves problems and inconsistencies and suggests appropriate corrective measures.
Communicates and coordinates accounting policies, practices, and procedures with department and company managers, vendors, customers, and the public.
Assist in monthly and annual closings.
Perform other duties as assigned by the Chief Financial Officer.
Participates in accounting staff meetings and problem solving sessions.
Committed to the company quality policy:
“Work as a team to safely produce products that exceed our customer’s quality expectations with continuous improvement.”