Job number: 420461|Work type: Full time
PageUp delivers a SaaS Talent Management solution that enables leading organisations globally to hire, onboard, develop and engage their people. We have an innovative solution that is used by 2.6 million customer employee users in over 190 countries.
Currently we have an opportunity for an experienced Accounts Payable Officer to join our Finance team.
As a member of our Finance team, you will play a key role in ensuring the regular and accurate reconciliation of bank and credit card accounts across a number of global locations.
Key responsibilities include:
- Accurate, complete and timely reconciliation of bank and credit card accounts on a regular basis
- Processing vendor invoices and employee expense claims
- Allocating receipts
- Supporting month end activities and preparing reports
- Validation, set-up and maintenance of vendors in Concur & NetSuite
You have worked in Accounts Payable and can hit the ground running. You enjoy a friendly and open culture and are results driven. Checking data and ensuring accuracy of the information entered into our systems is critical for this role, so your attention to detail is second to none. Experience working with Concur and/or NetSuite is preferred but not essential.
There is a lot to like about us - Melbourne born and bred, we have grown consistently each year and currently number 200 people across Australia, South East Asia, UK and the US. Our mission is to keep growing, delighting our clients with technology they love and supporting our people to develop their careers.
We all work pretty hard so we are committed to recognising that effort in a range of ways, each Friday afternoon we get together to celebrate our wins, have CEO Awards monthly, run half-yearly Tune-Ups (hack-a-thons) and a host of other marvelous social events. On top of that, we offer a fantastic salary and excellent benefits including flexible working and paid parental leave!
PageUp is an equal opportunity employer and we value diversity in our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, colour, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.