The Accounts Payable Specialist is responsible for managing and processing Accounts Payable and travel expenses for Epiroc’s North America companies. The person will be responsible for efficiently, accurately, and timely ERP and invoice processing and
month-end closings while strictly following SOPs. Other responsibilities of the Accounts Payable Specialist is to ensure quality scanning, responding to internal/external requests and e-mails in a timely manner, and researching vendor past due statements
and researching duplicate payments.
Monitor e-mail inboxes for incoming invoices, past due statements & internal/external requests and responding appropriately.
Scan, index, code, and process all incoming invoices/credit notes.
Ensure invoices contain accurate state sales tax.
Ensure three-way match for purchase order processing.
Compile month-end accrual information for Accountants.
Monitor and update investigations in approval workflow database.
Initiate weekly ACH, Check, and Wire payment runs.
Reconcile vendor statements.
Manage and process travel expenses.
Ensure timely replies to business owners’ and vendor inquiries.
Provide payables information to both internal and external auditors.
Work closely with their peers, external suppliers, business owners, and other stakeholders.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Must be able to work overtime especially during month end.
Ability to meet deadlines as required.
High math attitude.
Proven experience to work in a fast pace high volume accounts payable environment.
A good understanding of logistics.
High level of accuracy and sense of urgency.
Radiates a positive attitude while encouraging and motivating others.
Ability to work independently with minimum supervision.
Proficient in Microsoft Office, including Excel and Word (intermediate experience).
Must have excellent organizational, interpersonal, and both verbal and written communication skills.
Must deliver top quality customer service.
Occasional travel may be necessary.
Minimum Years of Work Experience
0 to 3 years
Associates or Bachelor’s degree in Accounting/Finance or equivalent work experience with a three-year minimum experience.
This position requires domestic and international travel.