Title: Accounts Officer - One Year Fixed Term - Government Sector
Company Name: Private Advertiser
Job Location: Australia, Western Australia, Perth, CBD, Inner & Western Suburbs, perth
Employment Status: Full Time
Accounts Officer – One Year Fixed Term – Fulltime Contract
A highly successful and well-established organization in the CBD, servicing the government sector has an urgent requirement for an accounts officer.
The ideal candidate will have at least 5 years of experience in an accounts payable and receivable role, ideally with a basic understanding of accounting principles. You should have a strong ability to multitask with high accuracy and attention to detail. Initially, this is a one-year contract with a possible extension for additional years.
Your duties will include
- Managing accounts payable and receivable, including the three-way matching of invoices and payments, issuing invoices, and receipting payments
- Providing administrative support to the finance team as requested
- Establishing and maintaining new creditors and debtors in the finance system
- Running ad hoc financial reports
- Supporting the finance team with the end of financial year requirements
- Maintaining the electronic filing system which enables the timely retrieval of financial documents
- Debt recovery
- Auditing credit card expenses
- Strong attention to detail
- Five years of similar experience
- Strong interpersonal & communication skills (both oral & written)
- Good time management skills
- Advanced Microsoft Excel skills
- Typing speed 60 WPM or more
- Technology One system experience is highly regarded.
Applications close on 14th May 2021. Due to the high volume of applications, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
No job agencies, please.
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Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia?How many years' experience do you have as an account officer?How many years of accounts payable experience do you have?How many years of accounts receivable experience do you have?