Cost Accounting Clerk Jobs in Clearwater, Florida
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Company Confidential Largo, FL, 33773
HVAC and Refrigeration Service Company Seeks full time Billing Coordinator for our office in Largo. Responsibilities • Gathers and sorts documentation • Complies amount to bill by reviewing customer contracts, quotes, technician notes and purchase orders • Transmits and confirms final invoices according to customer requirements • Records cash receipts • Collects on past due accounts. •...
We are currently seeking an Accounts Payable Supervisor for our St. Petersburg Center of Excellence. The Accounts Payable Supervisor will oversee all aspects of accounts payable activities and coordinate the processing of invoices submitted for payment; will have direct supervisory responsibility for a staff that processes invoices averaging 8,000 plus per month. Reviews vendor account reconcilia...
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