The Accounts Payable Associate is primarily responsible for processing invoices from receipt to payment.
Accounts Payable Expertise - Understands and maintains knowledge of key accounts payable functions. Examples includes, but not limited to: basic accounting transactions, intercompany accounts, accounts payable and sales tax; knowledge of general ledger. Working knowledge of Prologue AP, Nautilis and Concur systems.
Accounts Payable Operations - Accurately and efficiently performs Accounts Payable operations. examples include, but not limited to: ensuring AP policies and procedures are followed (authorized signature, identify approval limits, etc); properly coding AP invoices accurately for payment and vendor reconciliation. Research invoice payments. Ability to work with various finance systems, and automated AP workflows in a paperless environment.
Analyzing Accounts Payable Invoices - Accurately and efficiently analyzes AP invoices for proper accounting treatment. Examples include, but not limited to: General ledger coding (Pnl, prepaids, accruals, cost center, and taxes.
AP Resolution Communication - Communicates effectively with others to resolve outstanding AP items. Examples include, but not limited to: Clearly communicate AP issues; motivating others to research AP issues; clearly defining action needed and following up on resolution.
Microsoft Office Proficiency - Is able to use Microsoft Office. Examples include, but not limited to: create Microsoft Word documents according to bank standards; create or edit Microsoft Excel spreadsheets formulas, V-lookup and Pivot Tables.
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