Accounting Clerk responsibilities include keeping financial records updated, preparing reports, and reconciling bank statements. You will also run accounting software programs/ excel sheet to process business transactions, like accounts payable and receivable, disbursements, expense vouchers, and receipts. A successful accounting clerk should be familiar with all accounting procedures and have a flair for numbers.
Ultimately, a successful Accounting Clerk will ensure that the company’s daily accounting functions run accurately and effectively.
- Collect and sort invoices and checks.
- Payroll management.
- Keep a thorough record of business transactions and enter data from daily work logs into the company’s general ledger system.
- Supporting executive staff by performing any assigned accounting clerical, and admin tasks.
- Keep a thorough record of all company charges, as well as any refunds that have been issued.
- Keep track of any consumer issues that require a refund and make sure that the refunds are issued in a timely manner.
- Key in or type up any documents or items that the accounting department is responsible for, including checks and invoices, as well as vouchers, accounting statements, and other reports and records.
- Match work orders to invoices.
- Process invoices/bills so that they can be paid.
- Arrange for money stores within the business to be delivered to the bank on a daily or weekly, basis, or in whatever increments the business wants to turn over cash to savings.
- Admin tasks