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Accounts Payable Clerk

Accounting Principals

This is a Contract position in Los Angeles, CA posted September 12, 2021.

Phoenix, AZ This is an in-office role.

LOCAL ARIZONA CANDIDATES ONLY Do you have experience working in an office but want to take that next step into leaning a new skill set that gives you a lifetime career?

Does getting into a career in accounting sound exciting to you?

If so, my client is for you My client is looking for candidates in Phoenix for an in-office Accounts Payable Clerk role.

You DO NOT need to have prior Accounts Payable experience to apply you just need to have worked in an office and must have computer experience with good typing skills.

Job Duties: Processing accounts and incoming payments in compliance with financial policies and procedures Performing day to day financial transactions, including verifying, classifying, and recording accounts payable data Preparing bills, invoices, and bank deposits Process outgoing payments in compliance with financial policies and procedures Verify and investigate discrepancies, if any, by reconciling vendor accounts and monthly vendor statements Facilitate payment of invoices due by sending bill reminders and contacting clients Generate reports detailing accounts payables status Other duties as assigned Requirements: Software: QuickBooks, Pyrus (SaaS) Proven ability to calculate, post and manage accounting figures and financial records Data entry skills along with a knack for numbers Hands-on experience with spreadsheets and proprietary software Proficiency in English and in MS Office High degree of accuracy and attention to detail Works under pressure Able to multitask between projects or software Tech savvy Fast learner Someone who can come in and button up their sleeves with little supervision