Job Description

Our client is a well-established family run business in the Driffield area who have been established for over 50 years. Due to a restructure and continued growth, they are now looking for a purchase ledger clerk to come in and head up the finance function.

Working in a busy team of three, you could be maintaining and updating the purchase ledger systems, matching invoices to goods received, checking and coding invoices, setting up and checking supplier accounts as well as preparing supplier statement reconciliations and weekly BACS runs.

In addition you could be processing all other expenses including utility payments.

That’s why we are looking for someone with experience of the whole purchase ledger function. Someone who can work as part of a team with a strong eye for detail along with managing their own workload independently. An accounts person who is fully computer literate, specifically Excel, with the ability to pick up new systems with ease and the accuracy to match.

This is a full-time position working Monday to Friday, there is car parking available, 20 days holiday plus bank holidays as well as the flexibility to work from home occasionally.

This vacancy is being advertised through KD Recruitment Limited who are operating as an Employment Agency.

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