Kellogg Brown & Root (www.kbrjobs.com)
Accounting Transactions Supervisor
Project - KBS Maritime
Location - PORTSMOUTH
KBS Maritime delivers Asset Management, Facilities Management and Energy Solutions across the maritime and defence environments. With parent companies KBR and BAE Systems the JV has the pedigree of two huge companies, but we have the ethos of a small business where our people are valued and empowered to succeed. It’s a great place to work and we bring opportunity to all our team.
What’s the role all about:
The Accounting Transactions Supervisor role will be responsible for the effective and timely processing of all back office accounting transactions including responsibility for the day to day management of the accounts payable function and leading the department’s systems and banking administration requirements. The position reports directly to the Finance Manager, and will involve the supervision of other accounting administrators and support staff.
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