Job Description
Our client in the non-profit space is seeking a full time AP Specialist to join their team ASAP! The ideal candidate will have strong organizational skills and have an ability to accurately track and record cash flow. This candidate should have experience in maintaining a database of financial information and be able to recognize and solve any problems that may arise



Review and record invoices from vendors to ensure accuracy in billing
Assist in preparing outgoing wire payments in accordance with Company policy
Inputs utilities and other corporate expense invoices received into accounting system
Process expense reports from employees Identify discrepancies and escalate in appropriate manner
Have knowledge of approved vendors and policies to avoid paying unauthorized invoices and expenses
Maintains vendor information files and tax (1099) related information for current vendors.
Maintain 1099s and generate report at year end


Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or related field
1 – 2 years in accounting or related field
Ability to establish and maintain complex records and files.
Ability to work under pressure and successfully meet deadlines.
Ability to exercise tact and diplomacy and to maintain confidentiality.
Ability and experience in working with diverse groups, i.e., staff, residents, outside contacts.
Strong understanding of General Ledger system and Accounts Payable processing
Strong organizational, analytical and recording skills
Detail oriented

Why is This a Great Opportunity?
They are offering a competitive salary, opportunities for growth within the organization, and a hybrid work schedule (2-3 days onsite)

To apply for this job email your details to mcastellano@meostaffing.com

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