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Vendor Finance Administrator

Dublin

Vendor Finance Administrator

Dublin | Ireland

The Office of the Chief Operating Officer (OCOO) ensures focus on risk, and quality in IT@BoI, helping the organisation meet its financial, operational, performance and compliance objectives. OCOO provides independent operational governance, monitoring, and reporting, working closely with Risk, Finance and HR Partners to ensure IT@BoI is operating in accordance with group standards. In addition, it is an escalation point for IT@BoI and partners.

Vendor Finance manage the administration of all IT vendors for BOI and liaise with key stakeholders. They also on and offboard all vendor resources according to Group policies and procedures

  • Manage administration of IT vendors, processing Internal Orders, Purchase Orders set up and Top Ups , approving invoices for payment
  • Work with the Project Managers ensuring PO's are set up in an efficient manner and ensure the correct budgets are in place to pay invoices
  • Develop and maintain a strong working relationship with external vendors and recruitment agencies in relation to contractor extensions and any other vendor issues
  • Manage UAM requests Manage actively the vendor creditor days for the department
  • Work closely with Procurement team and Finance Partners
  • Facilitate the signing of all contracts/WO/SOW/Engagement letters by senior management

N/a

  • Vendor Finance / Accounts Payable Experience
  • Proven processing and administration experience
  • Excellent excel and ppt skills
  • Attention to detail - accuracy and thoroughness essential
  • Strong ability to work collaboratively with other team members and departments
  • An ability to work in a changing environment and be flexible in responding to user needs
Closing date: Jan 21, 2019
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