Accounts Payable Supervisor

Performance Food Group has two (2) new opportunities for Accounts Payable Supervisors in the Accounting area and P.O. Invoice Operations. The primary function of the Supervisor is to supervise the daily operational activities of the respective teams which will include oversight of direct reports.
Accounts Payable Accounting:
The ideal candidate will be responsile for ensuring the integrity of the AP section of the Balance Sheet, which includes, but is not limited to reviewing, reporting and coordinating resolution for aging RNI, GR/IR and other AP liability accounts or transactions such as vendor related AR. Responsible for overall AP Financial Compliance including vendor 1099 maintenance and reporting.
PO Invoice Operations:
The ideal candidate will be responsible for serving as a point of contact for incoming invoices for payment, ensuring accurate and timely PO invoice processing; understanding and championing the PO Invoice processing deliverables and work with the team to achieve those quality and timing goals.
  • Supervises associates to include but not limited to staffing, training, coaching, performance management and problem resolution.
  • Monitor workflow queues; prioritize and distribute workload.
  • Drive effective approach to problem analysis and issue resolution.
  • Ensure relevant AP metrics are achieved or exceeded. Execute and monitor key metrics to measure departmental performance. Develop, maintain and communicate dashboard, metrics, reporting and other performance tracking mechanisms. Ensure compliance of written policies and procedures.
  • Identify and drive process improvement activities to reduce turnaround time, increase accuracy and increase overall customer satisfaction. Drive accuracy and volume expectations.
  • Foster a strong, trusting relationship with the OpCo staff, Corporate and vendors in the shared service environment. Be the escalation point for various internal and external customers.
  • Ensure compliance with accounting policies and reporting deadlines and vendor 1099 reporting.
  • Performs other related duties as assigned.
Bachelor's Degree in Accounting, Finance or other related area along with 4 - 6 years of experience. General accounting, fixed asset accounting or other relevant experience in a high-volume transactional environment, thorough undertanding and applicaiton of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP); high proficiency in Microsoft Excel, knowledge, expertise or significant exposure to a major ERP application (i.e. SAP, Oracle, Lawson, PeopleSoft, etc.)
Team lead or supervisory experience in Accounts Payable or accounting, preferably in a Shared Service environment is preferred.

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