Process vendor invoices for payment. Maintains and queries databases - Checks vendor files for any previous payments; Review invoice and obtain appropriate approvals before processing the invoice for payment.
Enters accounts payables invoices into in-house accounting system. Assign transactions to correct accounts and sub-accounts;
Prepare supplier payments by checks, credit card or wire payments and ensure proper documents supporting payment are entered and attached to cheque - Converts amounts from or into Canadian dollars according to exchange rates; Get checks signed and processed for mailing
Reconciles vendor account statements with accounts payable balances; Participate in the reconciliation of accounts
Handle purchasing and merchandising inquiries (prepayments) regarding suppliers accounts and reconcile and resolve outstanding items
Follows up with preferred vendors and/or customers. Investigates any discrepancies within established procedures. Obtains and provides factual information by telephone, e-mail or fax and resolve problems
Experience, education and skills required:
1 to 3 years of related experience required
Familiarity with accounting terminology and procedures including filing accounting records, check processing, data entry and cash applications
Excellent data review and processing skills, ability to type quickly and efficiently
Decision Making/Judgment, Problem Solving/Analysis and Synthesis
Ability to multi task; Autonomy, Attention to details;
Must be able to work quickly to produce a high-quality product
Since you are applying from outside Canada, you application will be moderated by our team. You will receive an email once it's been approved.
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You must be legally entitled to work in Canada in order for your application to be considered.
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Application from outside Canada
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