Accounts Receivable

$35,445 - $37,344 yearly
  • CV Library
  • Woking, Surrey
  • Mar 22, 2024
Permanent Location: Office

Job Description

Our wonderful client based in Woking are looking for an Accounts Receivable to join their team. This role would be responsible for producing weekly/monthly sales invoices, liaising with clients, and resolving any queries. If you have great communication and organisational skills and high attention to detail, then this role could be the one for you. The role of Accounts Receivable involves: Sending and processing invoices Independent invoicing Assisting in preparing monthly invoicing Liaising with clients Validating till reports Dealing with queries Managing customer queries The ideal Accounts Receivable will: Have great Microsoft Office skills Must be proficient with IT skills Excellent level of attention to detail Great organisational skills Good communication skills In return our client offers an exciting and supportive workspace. Please apply for more information on this great opportunity In order to view more information on this job press the APPLY NOW button below and it will take you to the source website

Working Hours

Full Time

Salary by Currency

This role in US Dollars has a minimum of $35,445 to a maximum of $37,344. In British Pounds it has a minimum of £28,000 to a maximum of £29,500. In Australian Dollars it has a minimum of $53,937 to a maximum of $56,826.

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