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Accounts Payable Clerk

Company Name:
Frontline Source Group
Frontline Source Group - temporary staffing and direct hire firm - is looking for an Accounts Payable Clerk for our Edmond, OK client on a contract to possible hire basis.
Responsibilities
Pull invoices and summit to vendors for payment
Review payables for accuracy
Heavy data entry - Entering invoices into ADP
Adjust for deductions and prepare invoice for payment
Maintain courteous and business-like customer rapport through strong communication skills
Filing
Perform other duties as assigned or necessary
Requirements:
HS Diploma; Associates Degree or Undergraduate coursework preferred
3+ years' Accounts Payable experience within Oil & Gas Industry
Exceptional written and verbal communication skills
Strong Data Entry skills are a MUST
Strong Microsoft Office Suite skills (Word & Excel)
Proficient in ADP
Ability to prioritize duties and tasks
Excellent organizational and follow-up skills
Dependable
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Please visit us on the web at http://www.frontlinesourcegroup.com
Equal Opportunity Employer, M/F/V/D. Candidates must have authorization to work in the U.S. Clients will not sponsor visas.
Frontline Source Group(TM) is one of the fastest growing Information Technology, Accounting, Legal, Human Resources, Administrative, and Clerical staffing and direct hire firms with offices throughout Texas (Arlington, Austin, Dallas, Fort Worth, Plano, Houston Galleria, Lewisville, West Houston, San Antonio, Sugar Land, and The Woodlands), Tennessee (Nashville and Brentwood), and Arizona (Phoenix and Scottsdale).
Frontline specializes in matching top talent with companies for direct, contract, and contract-to-hire placements. We work with clients and candidates in all areas of the United States.

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