Senior Accounts Payable Lead

OrthoSensor, Inc. is looking for an experienced Senior Accounts Payable Lead to join our accounting team. This is a great opportunity to join a fast paced company in growth mode.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Prepare and review accurate coding of all invoices and budget allocation.
Three-way invoice processing.
Reviews purchase requisitions to ensure accurate coding for purchase orders.
Prepare the routing of invoices and works to streamline the process.
Setting new vendors up in the system, including obtaining W-9 and determining 1099 status.
Reconcile vendor statements and inquiries.
Meet accounting department closing schedules and reporting deadlines.
Work with Senior Accountant on monthly accruals for each month end close.
Prepare and process weekly checks and wires.
Reconcile credit card statements.
Reconcile all personnel expense reimbursement reports on SAP Concur.
Assist in the implementation of new accounting system (Netsuite)
Maintain Accounts Payable records in an organized and efficient manner.
Annual process of vendor 1099s
Assists with the annual external audit as it pertains to Accounts Payable.
Be available to serve in the backup capacity for other accounting functions.
Skills & Requirements:
Bachelor's degree (in Accounting preferred).
Minimum of 3 years of relevant experience.
Experience in a fast paced, high growth environment (start-up & manufacturing preferred).
Must have the ability to handle multiple projects under strict deadlines.
Strong attention to detail as well as the ability to solve problems quickly.
Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills, as well as the ability to effectively prioritize and manage your time.
Proficiency in SAP Concur, ERP system (Salesforce/NetSuite), and Excel preferred.
Experience working with Mac based products highly desirable.

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