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Accounts Receivable Transactions Clerk
Whiteknights Reading UK

Job reference: SRF30369

Location: Whiteknights Reading UK

Closing date: 25/09/2019

Job live date: 09/09/2019

Salary: £17,079 -£18,688

Employment type: AAS-Clerical

Department: Finance

Division: Transactional Services

Hours per week: 36

Employment Basis/Type: Full Time, Fixed Term

The Accounts Receivable Department, University of Reading, are looking to recruit an enthusiastic team player to join them. The principal duties will involve the efficient and accurate processing and paying of customer and student refunds. Sales Order processing using Agresso, internal catering charges and the creation of journals .There will also be other supportive tasks concerning standard financial accounting controls and Administration.

 

The University is committed to having a diverse and inclusive workforce, supports the gender equality Athena SWAN Charter and the Race Equality Charter, and is a Diversity Champion for Stonewall, the leading LGBT+ rights organisation.  Applications for job-share, part-time and flexible working arrangements are welcomed and will be considered in line with business needs.

Applications from job seekers who require sponsorship to work in the UK are welcome and will be considered alongside all other applications. However, non-EEA candidates who do not already have permission to work in the UK should note that this role is not recognised as a graduate level job by UK Visas and Immigration and the Tier 2 sponsorship route is not available for non-graduate level occupations. There is further information about this on the UK Visas and Immigration Website.

 

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