Job Details

Purchase Ledger Manager

Warwickshire, United Kingdom, £50,000 - £55,000 , Permanent

Posted: 19 hours ago


The Purchase Ledger Manager role based in South Warwickshire is a senior position within the Finance function of this Manufacturing and Production sector business leading a large team of Accounts Payable staff to manage high volumes of work. You will be responsible for leading process improvements and driving performance through effective management, supporting and empowering staff of all levels within your function.

Client Details

My client is a leader in its field (Manufacturing and Production) based in the south Warwickshire region. The company are seeking a specialist Purchase Ledger Manager with exceptional capabilities in managing a high volume department to reach operational excellence ideally with experience of SAP.


The Purchase Ledger Manager post will involve:

  • Operational management of a large Payables function managing high volumes of supplier invoicing
  • Management and training of AP staff and supporting continuous development of skill sets and knowledge
  • Reviewing AP processes and systems (SAP) utilising specialist knowledge and expertise in AP principles to drive performance and process improvements
  • Engagement with stakeholders at all levels to ensure compliance with AP processes
  • Work with senior finance managers to ensure all AP processes are fit for purpose and SOX compliant
  • Management of recruitment and training, continuously developing staff a high knowledge/high skill basis
  • Work with internal and external stakeholders to manage operational delivery whilst identifying and driving process improvement


The ideal candidate will have the following expertise:

  • Relevant senior AP management working in large or complex organisations with high volumes

  • Functional experience in process and procedure improvements/implementations

  • Extensive experience of SAP accounts payable, OCR, service desk ticketing tools and other P2P solutions

  • Strong Finance process, controls and systems knowledge

  • Excellent people management skills and toolkit

  • Ability to demonstrate excellent communication techniques across a variety of audiences

  • Experience of working with remote teams across multiple locations.

  • Strong analytical skills and ability to perform complex analysis and reconciliations.

Job Offer

Stable permanent position offering real scope for career progression, competitive salary/benefits, flexible working, opportunity for high level involvement in change management, process improvement and operational leadership.

Job Details

Warwickshire, United Kingdom
£50,000 - £55,000