Experienced bookkeeper required. Must be capable of working on own initiative. Knowledge of Sage Line 50 would be a distinct advantage.
Based near Navan, the position is for four mornings per week. Ideal opportunity for someone looking for part-time work with guaranteed hours.
The successful candidate should be capable of maintaining Sales & Purchase Ledgers and be able to produce Bank Reconciliations. Some experience of Credit Control would be ideal. Immediate start.
Please send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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