Vaco Staffing Jobs in Orlando
PURPOSE: Efficiently and accurately complete processing of vendor invoices and payments. Primary Expectations: - Verification and timely processing of supplier invoices/non supplier invoices including GL account coding. - Timely review and resolution of supplier invoice discrepancies, including working with other depts. and /or the supplier to resolve the issue. - Timely processing of employee and...
This role works reports to the Fixed Asset Process Leader performing the capitalization of projects, direct purchases and late costs; additionally the position supports the processing of journal entries, retirements, transfers and modifications of fixed assets. Position responsibilities include: Fixed Assets Confirmation of in-service dates Request clarification of cost to business units Perform c...
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