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Administrator - Newry - Progression Role - Top Company

Job Description

VANRATH are thrilled to be assisting a thriving Services based company with the recruitment of an Administrator to join their fun and friendly Newry team.

This company has a fantastic reputation for a great work life.

Monday - Friday (12.00pm - 8.00pm). Permanent position. - Real and transparent opportunities to progress into more senior positions from this role.

Salary

£20,000 + Fantastic benefits in a Modern Workplace.

Responsibilities:

  • Code, process and file high volumes of purchase invoices for multiple suppliers
  • Check and reconcile supplier statements
  • Raise credit queries
  • Liaising with heads of departments and external suppliers
  • Processing of customer invoices and receipts to the Sales Ledger
  • Processing invoices to other Group companies and agreeing month end balances
  • Analysis and posting of employee expenses
  • Assist in the production of weekly and monthly reports
  • Undertaking a variety of administrative tasks

The Ideal Person:

  • Admin or Finance experience is essential
  • Good communication skills
  • Be proficient in Excel

For further information on this opportunity, or any other position in Belfast or wider Northern Ireland, please apply via the link below or contact Jack Groves via Vanrath in the strictest confidence.

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