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Finance Assistant

Belfast, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom
Competitive Salary
Closing date
Jun 20, 2024

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Job Role
Accounts Assistant
Contract Type
Full Time
Finance Assistant | Permanent opportunity | Belfast | Competitive salary

Reed Accountancy & Finance are delighted to be working with a successful business in the outskirts of Belfast who are actively recruiting for a Finance Assistant to join their team of 4 within finance.

This is a full time permanent opportunity, office based and the hours of work are 8.45am to 5pm Monday to Friday.

Working as part of the finance and administration team, the Finance Assistant will manage the day to day finance and administration in a very process driven environment.

More specific duties will involve:

Maintenance of financial and administrative records, reconciling all expenditure and payments

Posting bank payments/receipts/petty cash payments/receipts and credit notes

Monthly reconciliation of creditors to supplier statements

Accounts Payable and overseeing the purchase ledger invoicing

Providing and interpreting financial information on both Sage and MS Excel

Overseeing credit control

Ensuring the smooth flow of all administrative matters within the commercial team

The Person:

To be successful in this role you will be a self-starter, will have excellent attention to detail and will work well in a process driven environment.

You will be able to understand complex financial data , will have an eye for detail and will have a good working knowledge of MS Excel.

Experience working with invoice financing would be an advantage.

A working knowledge of Sage software would be an advantage although training will be provided.

If you are looking for a new permanent opportunity and job security working as part of a structured team, please get in touch with Lizzy Lyons on and email an up to date cv to

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