Central Billing Accounts Administrator, Stevenage

Published 2022-05-14
Expires 2022-06-14
ID #996967726
Central Billing Accounts Administrator, Stevenage
United Kingdom, Hertfordshire, Stevenage,
Published May 14, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Central billing accounts administrator

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Central Billing Accounts Administrator Salary: £22,000 to £25,000 per annum depending upon skills & experience Hours: 40 hours per week, Monday to Friday 08.30 - 17.00 Permanent/Full Time Location: Stevenage Post Code: SG1 3EE Benefits: 22 days annual leave rising to 23/25 on length of service plus bank holidays Employee Referral scheme of £300/£500 - conditions apply Pension The Company VMS (Fleet Management) Ltd is a forward-thinking fleet management and contract hire company with facilities throughout the UK. VMS provides a range of services to both blue chip and SME fleet operators and Insurance companies including contract hire, flexi hire, accident management and repair and maintenance services. As part of our continued growth we are now looking to appoint an Accounts Assistant to be based at our Stevenage Office. Summary: We are looking for a bright and enthusiastic individual to join our team. The role involves the following activities: Raising sales invoices across 8 Branches Checking accuracy of information generated on invoice previews Resolving invoice queries Raising credit notes Checking Customer Rate Cards & billing frequencies Opening Customer accounts in bespoke hire system Skill s: Proficient in the use of Excel Attention to detail Excellent organisational/prioritisation ability Good Numerical acumen Strong typing/keyboard ability Ability to work on own initiative with little supervision Able to work as part of a team Experience: Previous office experience in Sales Ledger an accounting role

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    Registered on October 7, 2017


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