Senior AP Specialist LegalZoom
THIS JOB HAS EXPIRED We are looking for an experienced individual to take the lead of our accounts payable (AP) process. This person will primarily be evaluated on their ability to manage original entries, process payments and liaise with our departments and vendors. The successful candidate will also play an integral part in the month end close process, including bank reconciliation, expense accruals, credit card processing and various reconciliations. Furthermore, this position will be cross-trained and rotated into other AP functions such as processing of check batches.
The position will also be exposed to special projects which include but are not limited to: requests for vendor analysis, month-end journal entries, and quarterly, interim and yearly audit preparation.
What you?ll do:
Process daily AP invoices, scan, validate, and distribute invoices in the FileNet system (electronic workflow system used to process invoices).
Responsible for the full AP cycle for our High Volume vendors such as uploading invoices in MAS500 to issuing weekly payments
Process AP check runs for all regular AP & High Volume vendors
Process manual check when necessary
Reconcile High Volume vendor statements to vendor accounts when necessary
Monitor AP email distribution account. Address, respond, and resolve issues related to payments, invoice credits, adjustments, and disputes with all AP vendors
Serve as the primary liaison for departments and vendors with regards to AP matters
Prepare bank reconciliations and other balance sheet reconciliations
Prepare monthly prepaid amortization journal entries
Assist departments in setting up new vendors
Assist in other month end duties, e.g. reconcile intercompany accounts, update and analyze ancillary reports, etc.
Assist in special projects from time to time
Serve as back up to process daily AP batches for large volume filing fee check runs.
Serve as back up to prepare and coordinate filing fee cashier check requests with banking institution
||Glendale, CA |
THIS JOB HAS EXPIRED