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Accounting Clerk

Company: Vaco Staffing
Location: Stamford
Posted on: June 26, 2022

Job Description:

Calling all Accounting Clerks! At Vaco, we match Accounting, Financial, IT and Administrative professionals with solid career growth opportunities. We are currently seeking an Accounting Clerk with one of our top clients. Apply today- let us help you!Why Work Here?

  • Strong employee engagement and a team-oriented work environment.
  • The Acounting clerk would work directly with the Director of Finance.
  • A stable organization that continues to experience impactful growth.Responsibilities of the Accounting Clerk:
    • The Accounting Clerk will process payables
    • Work with vendors
    • Maintain vendor contracts
    • Enter data into QuickBooksRequirements of the Accounting Clerk:
      • Basic data entry skills
      • Excellent organization skills
      • QuickBooks experience is a plus BenefitsAt Vaco, your career goals guide our efforts. We see you, we hear you, and we're here to help. That's why we not only work to find you a great opportunity, but we also provide you with the support and resources you need to succeed. We offer comprehensive and affordable benefits so you can focus your energy on more important matters like achieving your personal and professional goals. Whether you're interested in contract work or temp to hire opportunities, we've got you covered!Let Vaco advocate on your behalf! We will provide you with access to market trends, compensation expectations, company culture and growth opportunities that are perfect for you!Apply today for immediate consideration for this amazing Accounting Clerk opportunity!

Keywords: Vaco Staffing, Stamford , Accounting Clerk, Other , Stamford, Connecticut

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