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Accounts Assistant - London

Accounts Assistant - London

Salary: £25,000 DOE

Key words: Accounts, Accounts Assistant, Accounts Payable, Sales Ledger, Accounts Receivable, Sage Line 50, Finance, Finance Analyst, financial data, payments, payroll

The Company

Our client is a London based, entertainment lighting and rigging hire company in the live events industry.

The Role

This integral role is a busy role within the Finance team, processing financial data to ensure that both staff and suppliers alike receive smooth and accurate payments.

Primary Responsibilities:

Accounts Payable: Processing invoices and Purchase Orders
? Processing all received invoices including matching, batching, checking invoices to purchase orders.
? Credit Cards: Sending out statements, preparing analysis sheet, chasing missing receipts
? Processing all above including posting to accounting software (TAS)

Payroll (Sage 50) & Overtime
? Weekly payroll run.
? Setting up new casuals and processing leavers on Sage 50.
? Updating casual's details on Casual Information for HR spreadsheet.
? Weekly payroll journal preparation and posting to TAS Books
? Monthly recording and Entering Employees Overtime hours into Time and Attendance System
? Processing Overtime Reports for Monthly Payroll run.

Processing staff Expenses
? Collecting all travel expenses forms via E-mails and hard copies
? Entering all expenses into the summary sheet and prepare staff list for BACS Payment
? Posting expenses to TAS Books and reconciling the accounts.

Secondary Responsibilities:
? Petty Cash
? Reconciliations

Skills, Qualifications and Experience

? Work experience in a similar Accounts role
? Qualified to degree level or equivalent
? Experience using Sage is desirable but training will be provided

Additional Resources are an Employment Business and an Employment Agency as defined within The Conduct of Employment Agencies & Employment Businesses Regulations 2003.