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Finance Officer

  • Location

    City of London

  • Sector:

    Admin & Clerical

  • Job type:


  • Salary:

    £11.00 - £11.55 per hour

  • Job ref:


  • Published:

    4 months ago

  • Duration:

    4 Months

  • Start date:


  • Expiry date:


Our client is seeking a Finanace Officer on an initial 4 month contract with the possibility of an extension.

Working Hours:

40 Hours per week

Monday - Friday

Pay Rate:

£11.00 p/h

Job Purpose:

Working for Veolia on the contracts. Reviewing individual accounts to determine if the customer requires a credit note or if an invoice is to be issued. Auditing paperwork to determine what service has been delivered. Candidate needs to demonstrate good problem solving skills and good use of systems in previous work experience as we use Salesforce, Echo and Sage to review the customer accounts.

Duties and Responsibilities:

Finance Admin Duties - Credit notes and disputes

  • Attending weekly meetings with credit control to discuss customer disputes

  • Reviewing signed delivery documents and matching these to the contracted service on Salesforce

  • Identify resolution to disputes and actioning this by providing a corrective credit note to be applied to the customer's account via Sage.

Department: Finance Admin Duties - Invoicing

  • Reviewing contracted service on Salesforce and Echo and matching back to invoices which have already been issued to the customer.

  • Issuing invoices for services which have not yet been billed in order to reconcile the account and bring the invoicing up to date.

Skills and Experience:

  • Minimum of GCSE or equivalent in English/Maths.

  • Excellent telephone manner.

  • Good problem solving skills.

  • IT literacy, including Excel.

  • Numerate.

  • Ability to communicate, in writing and verbally, in a professional manner.

  • Able to work well within a team.

Training will be provided.


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