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Purchase Ledger Clerk

Loughton, Lancashire, United Kingdom, Permanent

Posted: 16days ago


Entrepreneurial zeal along with a desire to do things differently has spurred Greenergy to grow from a bedroom start-up to become Britain\'s largest supplier of road fuel. Good customer service is central to our mission and we constantly strive to be a company that\'s easy to deal with by streamlining processes and eliminating bureaucracy. Choose to work for Greenergy, and you\'ll find a welcoming environment where we endeavour to approach the status quo of an established industry with fresh eyes.

Located in Didsbury, Manchester
The role is based in our Finance Shared Service Centre located at Towers Business Park in Didsbury.

Purpose of role:
To manage the daily processing of supplier invoices, ensuring invoices are coded correctly, approved promptly and paid to agreed terms. Building and developing relationships with internal and external stakeholders to enhance working relationships. Produce effective analysis and reporting made available for business consumption in a timely manner.

Team responsibilities:
• Maintaining all operational aspects of the account payable ledger and the specific allocated supplier accounts across all business units. Including but not limited to: Greenergy Fuels, Greenergy International, Greenergy Flexigrid and Morzine
• Responsible for a diverse portfolio of suppliers within the team, with a focus on excellent customer service, timely resolution of queries and on time payments.
• Handling and resolving queries in a timely manner through effective communication, and liaising with internal and external stakeholders.
• Maintaining a high level of customer service and ensuring that all service level agreements are complied with.
• Offering effective analysis of reports provided by your peers as well as providing Ad-Hoc reporting if and when required.

Individual responsibilities:

• Processing of daily, weekly and monthly invoices from Greenergy suppliers to specified payment terms. Adhering to agreed deadlines and accuracy KPI\'s.
• Reconciling data from multiple sources, ensuring that debit balances and unapproved invoices are at a minimum, and that all volumes are reviewed for efficiency and accuracy. This can be, but not limited to, reconciling payments with the banking team or refunds with credit control.
• Managing the Purchase Ledger reporting outputs, including but not limited to; daily cash flows, GRNI, BEIS Governmental payment statistics, Borrowing base reporting, Overdue/On hold reporting and Weekly payment analysis.
• Purchase Ledger Month End close processes, including accrual calculations and postings, and the reconciliation of accounts payable to general ledger. Including investigating, reporting and resolving any discrepancies encountered.
• Ensure constant and effective communication with the team, wider business and external counterparties.
• Be able to manage your own individual workload whilst being open to assisting the wider team. Prioritisation of tasks with effective communication to enable the team to work together.

What you\'ll need to succeed:
• The ability to maintain excellent attention to detail in a fast-paced, high pressured environment.
• Be able to act proactively in order to complete a variety of tasks in a timely manner.
• A high level of organisation and motivation, with the ability to work to multiple deadlines and to prioritise workloads calmly and effectively.
• Strong interpersonal and communication skills, and the ability to develop trusting and credible relationships with all levels of the business.
• The ability to reconcile data from multiple sources and the confidence to challenge discrepancies should they arise.
• A flexible and adaptable attitude. Understanding the overall goals of the team, you will have the ability to use your initiative, challenge the status quo and actively consider new ways of working in order to achieve them.
• Ambition, enthusiasm and desire to progress within a reputable and fast moving organisation.
• Ability to work effectively as an individual and as part of a larger team.
• A good level of IT literacy including competency with all aspects of Microsoft Office but with advanced Excel abilities.
• Some knowledge or prior experience of accounting and finance, including month end close and double entry bookkeeping.

Nice to have:
• Working knowledge of Oracle.
• AAT qualification or to be actively studying towards a professional qualification.

What you\'ll get in return:
• 25 days holiday per annum.
• Competitive Salary - dependent upon experience.
• Free on-site parking.
• Benefit package, including study support, pension and private healthcare.

If you are interested in joining the Greenergy team, please submit a current CV along with a cover letter highlighting how you meet the competencies we are looking for and detailing your previous experience.
Please note, due to the volume of applications we regret to advise you that we are unable to respond to Candidates who are not short listed for interview.
Greenergy are proud to be an equal opportunities employer and we are committed to equality of opportunity for all staff. We believe that diversity and inclusion among our colleagues is critical to our success as a global company. Employment at Greenergy is based solely on a person\'s merit and qualifications directly related to professional competence. We do not discriminate against any employee or applicant because of age, disability, sex, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, pregnancy, maternity, race, religion or belief, marriage and civil partnerships.

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Loughton, Lancashire, United Kingdom