Treasury & Accounts Receivable Specialist

City of London, London

Treasury & Accounts Receivable Specialist

  1. Permanent
£40,000 - £45,000 per annum
BBBH178007

City of London, London

The details

I am working with a global data centre provide who are hiring a Treasury & Accounts Receivable Specialist to join their growing team.

Job Role:
You will work closely with the Treasury & Accounts Receivable department to provide them with financial operational support.

  • Processing all customer invoices
  • Reconciling payments
  • Responsible for Treasury reconciliation (Bank, expenses, credit card and Accounts receivable)
  • Raising intercompany invoices
  • Supporting with Month-end duties
  • Supporting with any treasury queries
  • Handling cash management preparation and cash forecasts
  • ad-hoc financial improvement projects

The ideal candidate will have experience working in both Treasury and Accounts Receivable and able to support the finance function in a fast paced environment.

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