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Debtor’s clerk/Bookkeeper


A Reputable Educational Providers seeks a vibrant Debtor’s clerk / Bookkeeper to join our team!
Job Specifications:
• Processing of cashbooks on pastel
• Raising invoices and credit notes on pastel
• Raising transactions on pastel from MIS (Management information system)
• Reconciling MIS debtors to pastel
• Bank reconciliations
• Prepare and submit cash received schedules
• Following up on outstanding debtor’s balances
• Calculating and processing bad debt write off bi-annually
• Reconciling company credit card monthly
• Prepare and collate monthly management accounts
• Capture Franchisee management accounts and submit documents to SAFW (South African Franchise Warehouse)
• Loading payments on the bank for authorisation
• Liaising with the insurance company and completing and submitting any insurance claims
• Drafting and renewal of lease agreements
Competencies and attributes:
• Excellent communication skills – verbal and written.
• Professionalism
• Organised
• Fully computer literacy with above average knowledge of excel
• Email and telephone etiquette
• Comfortable engaging with a diverse range of people
• Works methodically, accurately and has a strong acumen for administrative tasks
• Able to work independently and in a team
• Work well under pressure
• Positive attitude
• Team worker
• Use initiative, be willing and flexible.

Kindly send your C.V together with proof of qualifications
Closing date for applications: 30 November 2021
If you have not heard from us after two weeks’ - Applicants to deem their application unsuccessful.

Job Requirements: 

• Minimum of 5 years working experience required
• Knowledge of debtors’ management
• Experience in Sage Pastel Partner accounting
• Proficient in MS Word and Excel
• Bookkeeping / Accounting or similar Qualification
• Valid driver’s license

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