Account Payable Administrator

Finance & Administration manchester, United Kingdom


To ensure that the relationship between the Group companies and its suppliers is managed at an appropriate commercial level by working with colleagues and both internal and external customers to help achieve goals within the Finance department.

· Processing supplier invoices on to Oracle Fusion, include coding, inputting, posting, and allocating for payment
· Ensure all purchase invoices are authorised on a timely basis and ready for payment
· Processing of staff expenses and branch petty cash. Include checking, gaining authorisation, posting, and allocating for payment
· Download and set up import file for consolidated invoices
· Management & processing of cheques and ad-hoc payments
· Review Purchase Requisitions and ensure correct accounting code has been used
· Purchase order matching from PO documents provided by different departments
· Provide support on commissions system including processing as and when required
· Posting and checking bank payments, liaising with treasury to ensure payment terms are me and accurate reconciliations complete
· Running quarterly reports, ensuring the ledgers are clean by resolving any queries
· Month-end tasks including supplier statement reconciliations, accruals schedules and intercompany recharges
· Management of electronic direct invoicing interfaces, working closely with the procurement team
· Offer support to the wider Finance team and take part into ad hoc initiatives and projects as required by the business
· Ensure that work is fully documented, filed and are available for internal and external audit

· Previous purchase ledger experience
· Good knowledge of Excel and other Microsoft Office systems
· Familiarity with mainstream accounting systems (Desirable knowledge of Oracle Fusion)


· Advanced Excel skill, for example, Macro’s, VLOOKUP, INDEX, MATCH · Experience in a comparable commercial environment
· Experience in a multicultural/multinational environment
· Appropriate understanding of the hearing aid industry, and preferably retail or consumer goods
· Strong knowledge of IFRS and FRS 102 accounting