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Purchase Ledger Clerk - Sheffield Teaching Hospitals

Purchase Ledger Clerk - Sheffield Teaching Hospitals


Sheffield Teaching Hospitals has one of the largest finance functions in South Yorkshire and offers one of the most comprehensive lists of features and benefits to attract new candidates.
This list includes:
* Long-term career opportunities.
* Training & development through professional qualifications and internally.
* A work/life balance that includes flexible working and 27 days of holidays plus bank holidays (rising to 29 after 5 years and 33 after 10).
* A pay & benefits package that is second to none in the region – winning the “Employee Benefits Awards” in 2021.
In addition to these benefits, the 180 staff in the finance team are all motivated by the highest sense of job fulfilment and pride in working for the NHS. Everyone is part of something special, working for an employer that has created an inclusive, collaborative, and supportive culture.
Reporting to the Purchase Ledger Manager duties to include:
* To ensure the provision of centralised and robust Accounts Payable financial services, applying relevant financial controls and governance policies and procedures to ensure the integrity and quality of the data within the Purchase Ledger.
* To ensure transactions are processed in accordance with Trust scheme of delegation requirements, either via electronic systems or manual checks where required.
* To ensure Accounts Payable financial service process compliance with nationally issued fraud and HMRC mandates, updating relevant process and procedures as necessary, to ensure the Trust risk to fraud actions or other avoidable loss is minimised/national compliance is maximised.
* To provide a high-quality Accounts Payable financial service customer service experience, providing technical expertise and advice as necessary, and aiding prompt query resolution.
* To identify opportunities for enhancing Accounts Payable financial services design and standardisation, via the use of system or other developments, and/or through data processing/management arrangements to maximise service effectiveness, reducing standard manual intervention and improving data quality.
* Other ad hoc duties as required.
Person specification:
* Previous experience within a high-volume environment is desirable.
* Minimum of 5 GCSEs including Maths and English (or equivalent) and 2 A Levels (or equivalent).
* Working knowledge of Excel is required.
Pay Level
Currently sits at Band 4 Level (£23,949-£26,282).
Pratap Partnership recruit exclusively for the finance department of STH
Please contact Karen Caswell on (url removed) to request a copy of the candidate brochure for careers with STH Finance and the full job description.
We would always welcome the opportunity to talk to candidates before they commit to sending in their CV and applying. However, please do apply with your CV if you are already committed to applying

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