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Accounts Payable and Receivable Specialist

Your role Do you have strong attention to detail? Are you a strong communicator? We are looking for a Accounts Receivable / Payable specialist to: Meticulously track open receivables and liaise with external Funds on aged invoices Supervise an offshore team (2-3 FTE) to insure adherence to SLAs Support our business partners through timely processing of incoming payments to their PnL Adhere to requirements of Key Process Controls and perform regular sampling for documentation and sign off Cross train within your colleagues within the Accounts Payable team on key processes such as vendor set up, invoice payment control and KPI monitoring Your team The Accounts Payable and receivable team is global group which is responsible for paying 3rd vendor invoices as well as processing incoming funds on behalf of select business partners. Our teams of individuals are located in the US, UK, APAC and Switzerland. We closely partner with our vendor in India. The Accounts Payable and Receivable Specialist is a key face off to multiple business partners and other Operations area. Successful performance of this role allows the team to maintain proper controls as well as expanding our services. In the US, the team sits in UBS Business Solutions and processes, on average, $4bn of invoices per year. Your expertise You have: 3+ years of experience supervising vendor teams 5+ years of experience performing reconciliations and break resolution You are: Attention to detail and ability to follow tasks to completion Ability to work independently Good communication skills and high degree of confidence working with external parties. 185686BR
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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