Purchase Ledger Clerk Job Description
Reporting to the Financial Controller or Accountant, they are fully accountable for the whole purchase ledger process, from purchase orders through to invoices and reconciliation. They provide an indispensable service to the finance team, underpinning the wider financial stability of the business through their robust processes and systems.
The main duties of the Purchase Ledger Clerk include matching and coding invoices, preparing and running BACS payments, reconciling supplier statements, and working out VAT payments. The Purchase Ledger Clerk will generally work as part of the finance team. However they may work independently in a smaller organisation.
The role of a Purchase Ledger Clerk is to provide a professional and efficient service to the finance function, monitoring how much is owed at all times and providing accurate financial information to the Finance Director as needed.
Outlined below are a number of standard duties that this job role entails. Tailored job descriptions are prepared for each vacancy registered with Accountancy Recruit and specific responsibilities that relate to your business will be included.
Duties of a Purchase Ledger Clerk can include any or all of the following:
- Matching, checking and coding invoices
- Working out VAT payments
- Making payments via BACS and cheques
- Processing staff expenses
- Setting up of new supplier accounts and maintaining existing account details
- Reconciliation of supplier statements
- Filing invoices
- Managing petty cash
- Data entry
- Being first point of contact for all relevant enquiries
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