Accounts Administrator

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Accounts Administrator Job Description

Job Title: Accounts Administrator

 

Location: [Insert Location]

 

Job Type: Full-time/Part-time

 

Reports to: [Insert Accounting Manager]

 

Salary: [Insert Salary Range]

 

Job Overview:

The Accounts Administrator will be responsible for performing a range of accounting and administrative tasks to ensure the smooth operation of the finance department. This position will assist with accounts payable and receivable activities, maintain accurate financial records, and provide administrative support to the accounting team. The Accounts Administrator will also communicate with vendors, customers, and other departments to resolve issues and ensure timely payment and collection of invoices.

 

Responsibilities:

• Process accounts payable and receivable transactions, including verifying and coding invoices and preparing payments

• Reconcile accounts and investigate and resolve discrepancies

• Maintain accurate and complete financial records, including entering data into accounting software

• Prepare and distribute financial reports and statements

• Assist with month-end and year-end closing activities

• Communicate with vendors and customers to resolve issues and ensure timely payment and collection of invoices

• Provide administrative support to the accounting team, including filing and organizing documents, scheduling appointments, and answering phones

• Stay up-to-date on changes in accounting standards and regulations

• Perform other accounting and administrative duties as assigned

 

Requirements:

• High school diploma or equivalent; associate's or bachelor's degree in accounting or a related field preferred

• Minimum of 2 years of experience in accounting or a related field

• Excellent attention to detail and organizational skills

• Strong analytical and problem-solving skills

• Ability to work independently and in a team environment

• Excellent communication and interpersonal skills

• Proficiency in accounting software, such as QuickBooks or Sage, and Microsoft Office, especially Excel

• Knowledge of accounting principles and standards, including GAAP

• Ability to maintain confidentiality and handle sensitive information