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Organization: World Vision
Country: Ghana
Closing date: 18 Apr 2017

Position Purpose:

The Accounts Payable Clerk is responsible for the invoice processing; including entry of invoices, validation and exceptions management. Likewise, the AP Clerk is also accountable for the problems resolution and any other inquiry related to invoicing matters. Audit and review expense reports thru Concur tool.

Major responsibilities are:

  • Performs the Invoice booking for LA and USA regions
  • Manage records, including retention, tracking and reporting for tax purposes
  • Monitor and execute internal control procedures
  • Provide audit support specific to Accounts Payable
  • Support the GPO Direct charges email account
  • Execute the Expense report Audit through Concur
  • Assist customers with AP related questions
  • Fluency in spoken and written business English with some level of Spanish language is desirable.

How to apply:

If you meet the above criteria, please send your current CV with the subject matter indicating the position you are applying for to Jemima_brown-afari@wvi.org. Deadline for submission of CV is Tuesday 18th April, 2017.

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