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Accounts Assistant / BookKeeper

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  • £20,000 - 25,000 - Annum
  • 1 month ago

Accounts Assistant / Bookkeeper Salary: £20,000
- £25,000 Location: Stoke on Trent Job Type: Permanent, Full Time Hours: 8:30am
- 4:30pm or 9:00am
- 5:00pm, Monday
- Friday Your main responsibility as an Accounts Assistant/Bookkeeper is to support the business with all accounting activities.

This includes raising, sending and paying invoices, reconciling company accounts and chasing late payments.

The successful candidate will assist with basic administration tasks and will be on hand to answer any queries raised by staff or external clients or providers.

Daily tasks include: Processing a small payroll using sage Collating timesheets for monthly payroll Invoice processing Processing expense requests Credit control Maintaining the company purchase and sales ledgers Banks reconciliation Raising sales invoices Liaising with third party providers, clients and suppliers Basic administration Updating and maintaining procedural documentationThe following soft skills are also beneficial for this role: High level of accuracy Analytical skills Excellent communication skills Knowledge of Microsoft software packages Word, Excel etc would also be beneficial for this role.If you feel that you have the skills to be successful in this Accounts Assistant/Bookkeeper role, please apply now.

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