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Invoice processing Specialist with Portuguese or Spanish

Населено мястоSofia grad, Bulgaria

Нивo на позициятаSpecialist

Дата на добавяне2021-12-06

ИндустрияFinance and Accounting

Invoice processing Specialist with Portuguese or Spanish

The Adecco Group is the world's leading provider of workforce solutions. With more than 33,000 employees and around 5,100 branches in 60 countries and territories around the world, we offer a wide variety of services, connecting approximately 700,000 associates with our clients every day.
For one of our trusted clients, we are now looking for ambitious and motivated professionals to work as Invoice processing Specialist with Portuguese or Spanish.

Main Responsibilities
-Process invoices in an accurate and efficient manner according to company policies
-Analyze and document root causes of problems related to Accounts Payable, including Purchase Orders
-Perform matching of invoices to purchase orders in the system
-Researches and resolves customer service cases 
-Resolve Intercompany and Accounts Payable issues
-Responsible for the processing and controlling of PO or Non PO invoices, Invoice Upload or invoice scanning, checking payment runs, and preparing any ad-hoc reports. 
-Where appropriate escalation of cases to other teams, including sharing of documented and annotated enquiry research
-University degree or equivalent 
-Accounts Payable experience in a multinational organization and/or Shared Services environment 
-Ability to assess a problem and escalate it to the appropriate level
-Fluent in English 
-Working level of Portuguese or Spanish
-Strong ERP experience essential, preferably SAP

If you have found yourself in the description above and you want to become part of our international team don't hesitate to apply today. We are looking forward to receive your CV in English!
Only short-listed candidates will be contacted. All applications will be treated in strict confidentiality. Recruitment license from National Agency of Employment № 1814 from 08.12.2014