VistaJet

  • Accounts Payable Specialist

    Requisition ID
    2018-1262
    Location
    Malta
  • Job Profile

    VistaJet, the world’s leading Global business aviation company, provides exceptional and unparalleled standards of quality, style and service.

     

    VistaJet offers outstanding opportunities to devoted people and prides itself in employing over 850 multinational dynamic individuals worldwide. We are currently looking for an Accounts Payable Specialist to join our Finance team which is based in our Malta Headquarters.

     

     

    Your Responsibilities

    • Preparing and posting month end journals for unapproved invoices.
    • Controlling and Processing of supplier invoices using BPM and SAP ensuring appropriate level of authorization and accurate general ledger/cost centre coding
    • Follow internal processes to ensure that invoices are paid in line with VistaJet policy while managing suppliers’ expectations.
    • Providing information to the Accounts Payable Supervisor regarding approved invoices so that an accurate cash flow forecast can be submitted on a weekly basis.
    • Clear matching invoices/payments on supplier accounts.
    • Process pro-forma invoices and investigate any debit balances on the AP ledger.
    • Resolving queries from suppliers and internal colleagues.
    • Review supplier statements and reconcile to the SAP ledger, investigating any differences.
    • File paid invoices, wire transfers and payment records.
    • Clear the Cash in Transit/Contra account.
    • Additional Finance tasks as distributed by the management team.

    Required Skills, Qualifications, and Experience

    • Experience working in an Accounts Department;
    • Experience with Microsoft Office applications;
    • Minimum O-level accounts;
    • Very good English – Written and Spoken;
    • Organised;
    • Excellent Communication Skills;
    • Team Player and Great Attitude.

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