Management of the Accounts Payable function and some other finance reporting (Daily Sales Reporting, Rebates, Royalties) to ensure that supplier invoices are recorded correctly and paid on time, doing some cash management tasks of posting daily cash receipts from bank accounts. Working towards an industry-recognised AAT qualification.
Closing date: 01 Jul 2022
Rate of pay dependent on previous experience. Starting at 17,000
Total hours per week: 35
Possible start date
01 Aug 2022
03 Jun 2022
Level 3 (A level)
What will the apprentice be doing?
Accounts Payable management:
Record supplier invoices on the system, match with Purchase Orders or code invoices manually, obtain authorization for non purchase order invoices.
Supplier Accounts Management:
Make sure all supplier invoices are pay on time and queries are dealt with accordingly with suppliers and/or Purchasing department.
Cash Sheets & Allocation:
Produce daily cash sheets for GBP and Euro receipts. Post cash sheets to individual accounts within the sales ledger and allocate cash to sales invoices.
Invoices and Credit Notes:
Produce and despatch invoices, credit notes and related computer output via the company system in order to ensure that accurate invoices and credits are sent to customers.
Monthly rebate and royalties reporting:
Product monthly royalties report to inter-companies. Accrue customer rebates monthly.
Daily Sales Reporting:
Update daily sales report and distribute to management
Record acquisition and disposal of fixed assets, maintenance of fixed assets record.
Provide cover for other members of the department when required.
Assist with the completion of other work within the F&A Department as necessary and as directed.
What training will the apprentice take and what qualification will the apprentice get at the end?
ADVANCED DIPLOMA IN ACCOUNTING.
Apprentices will be expected to complete:
1) A synoptic end-test covering the knowledge and skills gained throughout the on programme stage and detailed in the standard.
2) A portfolio and reflective discussion which will comprise a range of evidence produced in the work-place to show that the Apprentice has met the knowledge, skills and behaviours detailed in the standard. The reflective discussion will be a structured interview to examine this evidence and the learner journey in more detail.
Apprentices can therefore expect to be assessed through a combination of testing in controlled conditions, evidence produced in the work-place and recorded interview, therefore comprehensively examining the work they have completed.
What is the expected career progression after this apprenticeship?
There is a possibility to continue on to a AAT LEVEL 4 PROFESSIONAL DIPLOMA IN ACCOUNTING for the right candidate.
A full time position.
Requirements and prospects
Desired skills and personal qualities
GCSE or equivalent IT (Grade C/4) Essential
GCSE or equivalent Maths (Grade C/4) Essential
Other AAT LEVEL 2 FOUNDATION CERTIFICATE IN ACCOUNTING (Grade Level 2) Desired
Things to consider
About the employer
C.M.S. VOCATIONAL TRAINING LIMITED
Level 3 (A level)
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