AP/AR Clerk

Job Title: Accounts Payable/ Accounts Receivable Clerk
Reports: Corporate Controller
Wage: $13.00 - $17.00 Part-time Morning or Afternoon (20 - 25 hours per week)
Job Summary
The AP/AR clerk has a wide variety of responsibilities. This person will not only assist the controller with his/her duties but will also fill in as needed with other office personnel. Day to day operation might include everything from accounting and payroll to answering phones and following up with customers. This position will require the employee to be an efficient multitasker and be self-motivated.
Key Accountabilities:
Coordinate required daily paperwork
Efficiently answer phones
Reconcile existing accounts help collect outstanding accounts
Vendor Setup/Customer Setup in QuickBooks
Enter payables into QuickBooks
Invoice Customers
Responsibility of dropping off company deposits at the bank
Coordinate Quarter End and all other accounting reports
Assist with booking hotels, flights, rentals, etc
Manage and upkeep Profire's credit card account and assist with employee expense reports
All other duties and responsibilities as assigned by the Profire Management
Job Requirements
Efficient in general accounting and bookkeeping
Familiar with QuickBooks preferred
Ability to manage customers needs and coordinate with the corporate controller
Proficient in answering phones and taking messages
Proficiency with MS Outlook, Excel, And Word
Ability to work independently on projects and meet objectives in a fast paced environment
Effectively prioritize tasks and objectives
Ability to identify needs of the office and carry out tasks without constant supervision
Professional and polite
Well spoken and excellent writing skills
Contact: Jay Fugal
Phone: 801-701-8966
Email: hr@profireenergy.com
Email your resume to hr@profireenergy.com

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