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Materials Payable

Company Name:
Advantage Resourcing
Advantage Resourcing is currently recruiting for a Materials Payable Technician for one of our leading Oil & Gas companies in the Downtown Denver area.

This
position
is Temporary 3-6 months with the possibility of being extended.
The hours are 8AM to 6PM and half days on Fridays.

The pay rage is between $20.00 and $24.00 per hour depending on experience

MUST HAVE RECENT OIL & GAS EXPERIENCE

The purpose for Materials Payable Technician is to complete data entry projects and code of accounts payable invoices in support of various Operational Teams. The right candidate will have proven Accounts Payable/Materials Payable experience in a fast pace environment.

Responsibilities:

Utilize ADP to code vendor invoices and ensure appropriate routing/processing within the organization
Vendor inquiries
Work with vendors and Operations personnel to resolve billing issues
Special projects and all other duties assigned by Coordinator,
supervisor
and Management
Work closely with departments to make sure payments and invoices are coded, approved and processed properly
Ensure that current obligations are valid and accurately paid in a timely fashion
Prepare and process re-classifications of costs as needed

Qualifications:

Working knowledge of Microsoft office suite (Excel and Outlook) is required
Experience with Oracle or similar data tracking systems
ADP experience preferred
Proven ability to effectively interact with all levels of internal staff and with external contacts
Energetic self- starter with the ability to work in a fast-paced team environment
Must be able to pass a background check and a drug screen
Prior industry experience, preferably in an E&P company operations department
Will be expected to process 100-150 invoices per day

Please e-mail your resume to with 2 professional references and feel free to call Amy Van Meter 303-296-1700. I look forward to working with you.

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