LSL Property Services plc

  • Purchase Ledger Clerk

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    Position Type
    Permanent Full-Time
    Car Allowance
    Bonus Scheme
  • Job Profile

    Part of LSL Property Services Plc, PRIMIS is an Appointed Representative Network within the Financial Service sector. We are looking to recruit an experienced PURCHASE LEDGER CLERK for an immediate start.


    At PRIMIS Mortgage Network we focus on building long term value in the businesses of our members. Our high service standards mean that we has been awarded numerous awards over the years including, amongst others, the prestigious Financial Adviser Five Star Service Award for each of the last 8 years and the Mortgage Strategy - Best Network too.


    Based at our newly opened Solihull offices the main objective of the role holder will be to process and pay invoices according to group policy, in a timely manner. The role will also encompass responsibility for expense payments and cost centre reporting.


    The successful candidate process all purchase related invoices received into the accounts team. This will include, chasing approvals from line managers and making informed decisions on where to post costs in the general ledger and which cost centres to use. You will run weekly payment runs and assist in the monthly cost centre report issued to budget holders. You will also process all expense claims received into the accounts team and review against policy and be confident to challenge. The role holder will also have full management of the purchase order process.


    It is essential that you have previous experience within a purchase ledger role. The ideal candidate will also be an excellent communicator who will be confident in challenging employees who do not follow policy. You will be organised and methodical in you approach in work.


    If you are interested in applying for this position please forward you CV to


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