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Columbus Property Management Seeks Accounts Payable Clerk
This request is for: Accounts Payable Clerk
The Accounts Payable Clerk is responsible for the recording and payment of invoices for multiple databases in the Yardi Property Management Accounting System. Also, the preparation of some miscellaneous invoices.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
- Records purchase requisitions for all entities after proper documentation and approval requirements have been satisfied.
- Generates vendor disbursements and processes checks for appropriate mailing and filing
- Establishes and maintains all accounts payable vendors, including current insurance certificates if required.
- Maintains payment schedules for recurring payments (e.g. parking, mortgages, etc.) and processes payments through the established approval process.
- Responds to all and any inquiries regarding accounts payable.
- Prepares calendar year-end 1099s and maintains all necessary information throughout the year.
- Maintains appropriate check stock and supplies for accounts payable requirements.
- Establishes and maintains effective working relationships with associates and external parties
- Performs additional duties as requested.
Requirements and Qualifications:
· High school diploma and some college preferred.
· A minimum of 3 years or related accounting clerical work experience.
· Knowledge of basic bookkeeping principles and practices.
· Basic knowledge in MS Excel.
Medical and Dental Insurance, Company Paid 403B, Short and Long Term Disability and Life Insurance
Please send resumes: Chris Ness – Controller
Columbus Property Management
2042-48 Arch Street, 2nd Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19103
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