Accounts Receivable Job In Saudi Arabia


Job Id :1000372704


Opening for Accounts Receivable.

Accounts Receivable is responsible for organizing and planning the work in the procurement department by planning, organizing, and executing material purchasing operations. He also monitors suppliers and service providers, prepare and monitors the procurement budget within the company, and create periodic reports on supplier prices, price quotes, and the company's accounts payable to suppliers. Additionally, he is responsible for organizing payments, monitoring inventory, and regulating the movement of material in and out of warehouses.

1- Open a file for each supplier that includes a copy of the tax card, commercial registration, business history, and images of any agreements, contracts, or purchasing and payment methods agreed upon between the company and the supplier.
2- Review invoices received from suppliers arithmetically, reconcile them with supplier contracts, and reconcile discrepancies between the invoice and the agreed-upon terms.
3- Ensure there are no overdue invoices; if found, record them in the accounting system and follow up with suppliers to obtain them.
4- Match supplier invoices with warehouse receipts and purchase orders issued by the materials management.
5- Prepare accounting entries to document material purchase transactions and payments and enter them into the computerized system.
6- Prepare a report for monthly payable amounts and submit it to the procurement manager, verifying it against the accounts.
7- Monitor the issuance of checks for supplier payables until suppliers receive them in full.
8- Prepare weekly, monthly, and yearly purchase reports, as well as any requested reports.
9- Prepare and review the monthly reconciliation statement for suppliers.
10- Monitor service providers and contract obligations within the company.
11- Prepare reports related to suppliers and purchases.
12- Verify the reconciliation of supplier accounts at the end of each financial period.
13- Monitor documents received from the procurement department and follow up on responses.
14- Supervise and manage procurement activities in general, overseeing department staff.
15- Discuss offers with project managers and heads to obtain the best prices.
16- Research the best and least costly supply sources.
17- Monitor and implement procurement plans.
18- Record all received goods and purchases and maintain records.
19- Negotiate contracts and prices.
20- Monitor supplier liabilities through supplier aging reports and payment deadlines.
21- Monitor supply orders and actual received quantities, as well as remaining quantities.
22- Record fixed assets in the system.
23- Match fixed asset balances with the general ledger.
24- Calculate monthly depreciation.
25- Evaluate and update the detailed schedule of fixed assets.
26- Periodic inventory cycle for warehouses.
27- Periodic reports on inventory status.
28- Inventory control.
29- Match inventory balances with the general ledger.
30- Conduct periodic inventory audits.
31- Generate reports on non-moving or slow-moving items, obsolete inventory, and stagnant stock.

Must have KSA Experience.
Egyptian, Sudanese National Preferable.
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Job Type : Full-Time

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