Finance Clerk

10.27 - 11.30 GBP Hourly
30 May 2019
27 Jun 2019
Contract Type
Full Time
Do you have the skills to identify, investigate, monitor and resolve complex supplier invoice queries? Are you customer focussed with an interest in working in a dynamic finance team?

Dealing with finance queries, raising sales invoices and processing payment requests you will be an essential part of this team. With an analytical mind and interest in resolving financial queries, you will join a team of 6 within the Faculty Finance Office, playing an integral part in the processing of financial transactions throughout the Faculty.

You will have previous experience in a financial role (such as accounts payable/receivable or credit control), a good general education with GCSE or equivalent in English Language and Maths at grade C or above (or significant relevant work experience in finance related roles) together with good problem solving, organisational, interpersonal, and communication skills. You will work with accuracy and flexibility and have the ability to work to tight deadlines and process large volumes of financial data.

What does the role entail?

As a Faculty Finance Clerk your main duties will include:

Resolving financial queries with respect to supplier invoices with a view to passing them for payment;

Reviewing and investigating entries on the GRIR log (goods received not invoiced within a 6 month period) with a view to clearing down entries where appropriate;

Respond promptly to financial transaction processing queries;

Verifying expense claims for payment;

Raising sales invoices on a timely and accurate basis

Setting up records to enable the University to receive funds through its on-line store payment facility;

Liaising with the University Centre to request the creation of new customer accounts;

Reconciling accounts to supplier/customer account statements and balances, creditor and debtor circulars and checking coding of financial transactions;

Distribution of monthly SAP reports to budget holders;

Produce and issue aged debtor/creditor reports;

Raise standard accrual and prepayment journals;

Close liaison with Accounts Payable, Payroll, Accounts Receivable and the Faculty Procurement Office and external organisations as appropriate;

Raising of purchase orders;

Receive and deal with incoming telephone calls in a polite and professional manner, redirecting or taking messages as appropriate;

Providing cover for other members of the team for periods of sickness and annual leave;

General duties such as photocopying, filing, faxing, opening post, obtaining copy documents;

If you think this is the role for you and you have the experience required as well as using SAP then please click on the link below to apply now!

Please note this is a temporary role starting ASAP. There is a permanent role available which the staff member in post could apply for at there own discretion

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