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Job details
Employer City and Islington College
Location London
Salary GBP 24,452 per annum
Contract type Full Time
Contract term Fixed Term
Job dates
Posted
Closing date Applications are closed

Salary:               GBP 24,452 per annum 

Hours:               35 hours 

Location:          Centre of Business Arts Technology

Fixed Term:        31/07/2018

Interview Date:  19/12/2017

An opportunity has arisen for an Accounts Receivables Clerk to join our Finance team. 

Reporting to the Accounts Receivables Supervisor the successful candidate will be responsible for supporting the Accounts Receivables Supervisor through the management and control of the College's accounts receivables, invoicing and credit control processes.

You will have previous experience in a general accounts receivables role and an understanding of accounts receivables policies, procedures and systems/applications, in particular SUN Accounts. You will need to pay great attention to detail and have an understanding of credit control, debt recovery, sundry income and banking. Ideally you will be a part-qualified accounting technician, although this is not essential.  

If the above sounds like you and you are interested in applying for the above post please visit our website to download the job description/person specification and apply online. 

Please download the Job Description here

Please note that CVs will not be accepted and you will need to complete an application form to be considered for this position. 

If you have any queries please email hrhelpdesk@capitalccg.ac.uk.

About us:

Capital City College Group consists of City and Islington College, Westminster Kingsway College and Capital City College Training (CCCT). While City and Islington College is nationally recognised for Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths, Westminster Kingsway is recognised in Hospitality and Caterings as well as having the largest apprenticeship programme of any college in London.

With a combined enrolment of nearly 27,000 students and an income of GBP 85 million, the two founding colleges form the largest further education institution in London. 

Together we are able to lead the reinvigoration of the capital's evolving further education sector.

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