Accounts Payable Clerk (p/t)

Posted: June 2, 2021

 

Note: This is a part-time position (25 hrs/wk)

JOB SUMMARY

The Accounts Payable Clerk carries out the functions of the accounts payable system within the accounting department. The responsibilities are intended to include all aspects of processing invoices for payment. 

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Agreement to live within the Briercrest Institutional Covenant and align with the mission, vision, and values of Briercrest College and Seminary
  • Post-secondary education in accounting an asset
  • Previous clerical/accounting experience
  • Must require a knowledge of general accounting principles
  • Careful attention to detail and accuracy
  • Competent at data entry and computer experience including Microsoft Office
  • Customer service oriented
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills
  • A strong team player

DESIRED OUTCOMES AND ACTIVITIES

  • Prepare invoices for data entry
  • Enter invoices into the computer for payment
  • Prepare cheques and electronic transfers for bill payment
  • Maintain vendor records and invoice files
  • Balance vendor statements
  • Maintain cheque register
  • Process the following monthly payments:
  • Provincial Sales Tax remittance
  • Corporate Credit (MC) account payments
  • Utility payments
  • Keep job procedures binder up to date
  • Perform balance sheet review and reconciliation as assigned
  • Track non-payroll (contract) payments for WCB reconciling
  • Process outgoing mail
  • Perform additional tasks as assigned by the controller

TEAM RELATIONSHIPS

  • The Accounts Payable Clerk reports to the Controller

APPLICATIONS

Applicants are asked to submit a cover letter, résumé/CV, names of three references and any specified documents by email to the Human Resources office at hr@briercrest.ca.

All employees of Briercrest College and Seminary are required to sign and adhere to the Institutional Covenant.  Please review the covenant prior to submitting your application.

 

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