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Accounts Payable Assistant

Company Name:
Olin Brass
GBC Metals, LLC, doing business as Olin Brass, utilizes more than 60 different copper-based alloys to produce specialized sheet and strip products for a variety of end uses. Primary markets for our high-performance products include automotive, microelectronic, and communication interconnects, as well as a long history in the supply of standard alloys in the manufacture of ammunition, coinage, and builders' hardware. We draw strength and success from the dedication of our employees, many of whom have spent decades working in our industry. We currently have an opportunity for an Accounts Payable Assistant in our Louisville, Kentucky, office.
Core Accountabilities
Process invoices for designated vendors.
Process employee travel and entertainment expense reports through Concur.
Maintain the integrity of the vendor master files.
Maintain vendor invoice files.Work with Purchasing and other GBC departments to resolve issues and exceptions to the payment/receiving process.
Assist AP Supervisor in the maintenance of the GR/IR "goods received not invoiced" account by reviewing vendor statements for open items.
Open and disseminate mail.
Answer vendor questions regarding invoice status.
Participate in SAP implementation upgrade.
Assist with audit requests.
Position Requirements
1. One to two (1-2) years of Accounts Payable/Accounting or related experience preferred.
2. SAP or other integrated accounts payable systems knowledge required.
3. Excellent mathematical and analytical skills.
4. Strong attention to detail.
5. Active participation in continuous improvement process.
6. Excellent communication skills required.
7. Good interpersonal and customer service skills required.
8. Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite.
9. Must be a team player, willing to help others as needed.
Olin Brass is an Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/Disabled/Veteran
LI-POST
Date: 2014-05-07
Country: US
State: KY
City: Louisville
Category: Administrative/Clerical - All Openings

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