Purchase Ledger Clerk
- Job Reference: 00018874-1
- Date Posted: 10 September 2020
- Recruiter: CV-Library
- Location: Nottingham, Nottinghamshire
- Salary: £18,000
- Sector: Accounting, Banking & Financial Services, Insurance & Superannuation, Covid-19
- Job Type: Permanent
About The Role
Please note that all face to face interviews will be carried out with strict adherence to COVID-19 safety precautions and measures. These will be shared with you at point of invitation.
We have an exciting position for a Purchase Ledger Clerk in our busy Accounts department.
Reporting to the Purchase Ledger Supervisor, your duties will include sorting, batching and registering invoices and credit notes daily and passing them over for authorisation. You will be required to deal with queries with suppliers including delivery and pricing issues prior to posting the invoices to the ledger. You will assist in preparing the weekly supplier payments, inputting of data onto spreadsheets, maintaining and balancing the Batch Book.
To succeed in the role you should have previous Purchase Ledger experience and an effective working knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel, as well as an excellent telephone manner.
If you want to play a fundamental role in the Purchase Ledger department, this could be the career opportunity for you.
Hours - Monday to Friday - 9.00 to 17.00
What you’ll get in return for your commitment:
Healthcare Cash plans
A company pension scheme
Employee Assistance Programme
Role specific training and development
Proactive promotion of internal candidates
Free Tea & Coffee
About The Company
Where you’ll be working:
Machine Mart are the UK’s leading specialist retailer of workshop power tools and equipment to the general public and trade customers. With 64 stores nationally and over 39 years in business we are at the forefront of our sector and are supporting our recent success with continued growth and new store openings through this year and next. For further information on our company and our product range, visit our website: (url removed)