• Accounts Payable Assistant

    # of Openings
    Post End Date
    Permanent, Full-Time
    £22,000 + travel allowance
    Romford (relocating to Stratford in Olympic Park)
  • Details

    This role is currently based in Romford, however we are relocating to the Olympic Park in Stratford. Click here to find out more about our new office.

    Neopost helps organisations communicate better. Whether it’s paper based or digital, we offer innovative technological solutions that help our customers present themselves professionally, manage their communications more efficiently and reduce costs. We pride ourselves on our customer satisfaction levels and are committed to being the market leader in our sector.

    Our new Accounts Payable Clerk will manage our Purchase Ledger, processing supplier invoices, reconciling statements and dealing with internal and external queries. You will also be responsible for maintaining the staff expense system and ensuring payments are made in a timely manner. Working alongside the Management Accountant and Financial Controller, you will review the current processes and make recommendations as to how they might be streamlined or rationalised so as to become more efficient and transparent.

    We are looking for someone with proven experience of working in a similar role in an Accounts Payable environment. You will need to be an advanced user of Excel, and first-rate communication skills. Flexibility and a can-do attitude are also necessary as you will be taking on project work and providing cover for the Treasury Assistant when necessary. A good knowledge of SAP would be desirable. 

    Neopost offers a wide range of benefits including:

    • 23 days holiday, plus a day off for your birthday (with an option to buy/sell days)
    • Season ticket loan
    • Pension scheme
    • Child-care vouchers
    • Employee assistance programme
    • Excellent recognition (incentive trips and award schemes).

    Role Requirements

    For more information, please download the full job description.


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