An Accounts Clerk works in the accounts section of a small or large business. You might be involved with accounts payable or accounts receivable and you’ll have to manage the relevant paperwork, data entry and filing as part of that. Accounts Clerks may have to reconcile bookwork and bank statements and keep a check on invoices, payments and purchase orders. You might be working with overall company budgets or have accounts for particular departments or projects.
An Accounts Clerk needs to have excellent attention to detail. You’ll need to be good with numbers and able to use a range of accounting software programs. It’s important that you can work as part of a larger team and follow correct company procedures. Accounts Clerks should be highly organised and need to be able to manage several tasks at once.
There are 4 courses available for people who want to become a Accounts Clerk.