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Accounts Administrator

Location:
Wales - Conwy
Salary:
£9.00 - £11.00 per hour
Date Posted:
24 May 2019
Vacancy Type:
Temporary - Full Time
Job Description
Accounts Administrator, Conwy Valley, North Wales

Do you have experience of working in finance? Looking for a role where you can utilise your finance and accounts experience and available immediately. Then this could be the perfect role for you!

In the Accounts Administrator, Conwy Valley, North Wales Job you will be responsible for:

  • Assist with managing the accounting activities to ensure compliance 
  • Manage the accounts payable function, payroll function and support with the preparation of reports 
  • Ensuring payment runs are carried out and administered accurately and on time
  • Administration duties including; collating information, photocopying, binding and distribution of relevant publications.

To be considered for the Accounts Administrator, Conwy Valley, North Wales Job you will need:

  • A strong operational and technical background 
  • Previous proven accounts, finance and administration experience
  • Excellent communication and organisational skills 
  • The ability to work unsupervised, using own initiative and also as part of a team 
  • Good IT skills including Microsoft Office packages and accounts software
  • The ability to work under pressure and to a high standard

This is a temporary opportunity with full time working hours up to 40 hours per week working Monday - Friday 08.30am - 17.00pm. The pay rate on offer is between £9.00 and £11.00 per hour with an immediate start for the successful candidate.

If this sounds like just the opportunity you have been looking for please apply today!

Thank you for viewing our Accounts Administrator, Conwy Valley, North Wales. For more information about this or any of our other vacancies please contact Supertemps, the leading recruitment agency in North Wales.