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Accounts Assistant - Apprenticeship

Job Title: Accounts Assistant - Apprenticeship
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: London
Industry:
Start Date: ASAP
REF: MONACC141114USH
Contact Name: Usha Tyagi
Contact Email: usha@montash.com
Job Published: almost 3 years ago

Job Description

Nearest tube/train station(s):  Old street, Liverpool Street, Aldgate

Vacancy Title:  Accounts Assistant

Apprenticeship Framework:  Business Admin Level 2 / 3

Employer Name: Montash

Approximate number of staff employed: 40

Team Size: 6

Start date: ASAP

Website: http://www.montash.com/

Vacancy Address: 5th Floor, Linen Court, 10 East Road, London, N1 6AD, Nearest tube: Old Street (Exit 1)

 

 

Culture/Environment:

We look after our staff with daily fresh fruit and hot breakfasts every Friday. The team are encouraged to take one day a year paid to work with Groundwork - a charity supported by Montash.

 

Employer Description:

Montash is an-award winning, global IT recruitment firm, specialising in the acquisition of high-performing technical talent across a number of core disciplines and industries.

 

What Montash are looking for:

We are in search of a highly Organised, Determined and methodical individual, someone who is punctual, able to take direction and complete tasks to a high standard. Having an excellent command of excel and passion to build a career in finance is key for this role.

 

Vacancy Short Description:

Working in a team of 6 you will be assisting both Accounts and our Legal division with all aspects of documentation, administrative duties, data entry, and reporting on excel.

 

Vacancy Full Description: You will be assisting with and eventually taking ownership of:

  • Invoicing In
    Assisting in the logging of invoices received for contractors
  • Invoicing out
    Assisting in the logging of invoices sent to clients
  • The whole payment run
    Preparing daily payment runs to suppliers
  • Remittance Advice
    Sending notifications of payments made to suppliers
  • Cash flow

Ensuring that all payments either paid out or in are logged correctly on cash flow documents and spreadsheets

  • Contract Extension:

Assisting with any contractor extensions of paperwork with the end client

Assisting in the preparation of supporting documentation to third parties

               

Candidate Essential Skills Required:

  • Must have a very good understating of Microsoft Excel
  • Must have Grade A/B in English and maths
  • Must have A-C grade level GCSE’s
  • Very organised and meticulous
  • Methodological and have an eye for detail
  • Heightened Attention to detail
  • Wants to be in an administrative role
  • Punctual
  • Reliable
  • Trustworthy
  • Ability to work in a demanding, fast-paced atmosphere and work well under pressure
  • Wants to grow a career in Finance

 

Candidate Preferred Skills Required:

  • AS or A level’s  grade A-C
  • Commute to old street no longer than 1 hour 

 

 

 

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