Accounts Payable Specialist

Company Name:
Professional Employment Solutions, Inc.
Our client located in Scottsdale is looking for an Accounts Payable Specialist.

Job Description:
MUST have strength in Disbursement/Paymaster
Possible temp to hire (15-16/hr. on a contract basis)
Perm salary range 32,000 - 34,000
Key tasks, under general supervision, may include but are not limited to:
Process all incoming invoices, match against receiving documents and purchase orders
Ensure accuracy and full compliance with company policy and procedures
Maintain supplier maintenance in StarSource
Review and resolve open purchase orders-report on duplicates and completion issues
Contact vendors for invoices in POs awaiting invoicing workflow
Contact hotel personnel regarding invoices that are not completed in compliance with company policy and resolve
Handle complex workflows in research and resolve outstanding items
Review and reconcile the AP aging
Ability to handle all correspondence in a proficient and timely manner
Ability to use systems to analyze the customers situation
Assist with 1099 processing
Cross-train in other Accounts Payable functions and perform additional duties, as required
Other projects, as required Skills/Competencies required (including computer skills):
Ability to adapt to changes in responsibilities as business requirements change
Exceptional customer service skills which also require strong written and verbal skills
Strong computer skills including Microsoft Excel and Word
Proficient in the use of Accounts Payable software, preferably SAP
Strong interpersonal skills
Strong organizational skills
Ability to work with deadlines and changing priorities
Ability to solve problems with trained judgment
Ability to work in a team environment
Ability to work required overtime Education and/or Experience:
Minimum - Three to four year experience with customer service and general accounts payable functions
Preferred - Accounting degree - 2 year or higher plus three to five years of accounts payable exp

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