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Accounts Payable Analyst 74565

Qualifications:
5 Plus Years experience with Previous Accounts Payable - management experience preferred;
Undergraduate degree in accounting or business finance
Excellent interpersonal and customer relationship management skills, including the ability to communicate effectively with all staff levels in verbal and written form;
Strong technology background with proficiency of the Microsoft Suite of applications (SharePoint, Access, Excel, and Outlook);
Superior analytical, problem-solving and decision-making skills;
Ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously and ability to work independently;
Ability to manage multiple projects and report progress;
Experience with Lawson and Ariba a plus;
Accounts Payable industry certification a plus

Applicant must meet ALL of these requirements.

Description:
Responsibilities:
Serve as an Accounts Payable Analyst for the Bank.
Develop and monitor metrics to identify potential issues
Collaborate with management to design, develop and implement streamlined processes and best practices for the Accounts Payable function, such as a balanced scorecard
Monitor and follow-up on outstanding items related to voucher submissions and Payment Card transactions o Assist with establishing and documenting policies and procedures, including training and change management
Research and follow-up on delinquent and stale-dated invoices
Provide assistance in oversight of the daily payment of invoices and resolution of issues (payment delays, missing documentation), including communicating with business areas and vendors
Assist with the managing of daily tasks related to accounts payable processing
Manage sub projects and is accountable for their successful outcome
Act as a trouble shooter to issues as they arise
Initiate and implement solutions on how to be a more proactive business partner
May assist in daily tasks to ensure timely payment processing


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