Accounts Payable Specialist

Company Name:
Salary period: Annual
Job Title: Accounts Payable
Status: Non-Exempt
Department: Finance/Accounting
Location: Strongsville
Reports To: Controller
Primary responsibilities include processing accounts payable invoices and payments in a timely and accurate manner. Assists with the day-to-day responsibilities of the accounts payable department. In addition, assists with month-end journal entries and account reconciliation and special projects.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
Prepares invoice batches and inputs in the accounts payable module of the financial information system on a daily basis to ensure payments are processed in time for the weekly and monthly deadlines Creates supplier records in the financial information system Reviews employee travel claims to ensure accuracy and completeness of justification, both in relation to company policies and procedures Journal entries and account reconciliations Assists with annual financial audits and regulatory audits Miscellaneous reporting/projects assigned by the Controller
Education and Experience Required
Bachelor's degree in Accounting or related field preferred Will accept applicable experience in lieu of a college degree Two years of previous relevant experience, preferably in the financial services, mortgage. insurance, banking, real estate or related field is a plus
Strong Excel skills a must Strong analytical ability, and perseverance to solve problems with high attention to detail Must be able to handle multiple tasks within an established time line Must be a team player and capable of working in a fast paced environment Strong commitment to ethics and integrity Prior financial services, mortgage, banking, real estate or similar industry experience is a plus Experience with AMB (Accounting for Mortgage Bankers) software is a plus

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