When searching for a new job, how do you accurately list your position when your employer has given you the wrong title? For example: If your employer has given you the title of Accounts Payable Clerk, and you do the job of a CFO. What do you put on your resume?
Recruiters and hiring managers look directly at your past position titles to determine if you are qualified for a job, without regard to seeing your description.
For resume sake (not interviewing, because I know you can explain that situation in the interview) whats the best way to handle it?
I have a bachelor's degree in an unrelated subject but want to work as an accounts payable clerk. I was going to school to get my associates in accounting but that may cost too much money that I don't have. I just want to be a bookkeeper or work in accounts payable. I have alittle experience with quickbooks. Is it possible to get a job? I know that the economy is soo bad right now too.
I was just thinking that there's got to be something more to life that what I'm doing with mine. I'm an accounts payable clerk at the local city hall. This is only a temp job. Thanks for your answers.
I'm an accounting student (just finished with my third year) and i really want a part time job relating to accounting such as account payables clerk or accounting assistant. The problem is every single job posting i come across requires at least one year of relating experience and i only have three months of experience from volunteering. So my question is should i just give it a shot anyway or is it really pointless and i shouldn't waste my time sending off my resumes anymore?
I have a job interview for an accounts payable clerk position today. I am wearing a dress shirt/blouse, but I am not sure if I should wear a skirt or dress pants. What looks more professional and what do employers like to see you wearing? I am female.
Thanks so much!
I am living in ottawa as a new immigrant. I have commerce background. I want to do jobs like accounts receivable, accounts payable, financial clerk , payroll clerk etc. What course should I pursue to get such jobs and which college or university I should join? What wuold be the duration of the course?
I am Accounts Receivable/Payable Clerk and I'm also customer service manager. What should I put to make my job title short on my business card so that it's not too long?
I have had four interviews and still have not landed a job. Any tips that would help me? I have been
applying for an accounts payable clerk position.
I am considering continuing my education and getting my bachelor's in accounting. I have some basic accounting courses completed. Very minor experience in accounts payable. All the jobs for accounting clerk requires you to have 2-3 years experience.
I am wanting to relocate from Oklahoma City to New Orleans or the surrounding area. I have never been there, but my man has plenty of times. He loves it there. He said it is quite different than Oklahoma laid back living though. If anyone has any insight for me as to what it is like there as far as housing expenses, job market for an accounts payable clerk(myself), and the everyday living circumstances, I would appreciate it. He has dreams of having his own resturaunt and believes this would be easier to achieve in New Orleans.
I recently lost my job, like most others, and want to change my course a little bit. My previous job was with a mutual fund company in the shareholder services department. I realized that i really liked working with numbers and money. So I have been looking into the accounts payable/receivable field but I have no clue if there is any kind of training or classes, or certification required to accomplish this.
Any help would be appreciated!!
I am currently on checkouts and customer greeting and have been offered a part time position as invoice clerk I have had some experience in accounts receivable/payable but not too confident at the moment is it a stressful job as I left my last job as accounts payable/receivable clerk because of stress, so I don't want to be sorry if I accept this position any info would be much appreciated, I have to give my boss an answer by Friday, thanks from not sure
And does anyone maybe know how much an Accounts Payable (Clerk) with 3 years experience would earn in a shared service centre?
I am applying for a job as an accounts payable person. I am vaguely aware of the process. Need more info
I have a new job where I am bookkeeper, accounts payable and receiveable, payroll taxes, internal accountant and misc other areas. I am being given new business cards and was asked to come up with a title. Any suggestions other than bookkeeper?
I need a breakdown of general duties and how to perform this job?
What are employers looking for in an Accounts Payable Clerk, Customer Service Representative, Billing Clerk, or Bookkeeper? I need "tag word/ phrases" THAT WILL CATCH AN EMPLOYERS EYE. This is for research for my childs homework paper. I need fresh answers :).
I'm currently a fiscal clerk (with the county sheriff's department) which deals with paying bills, posting payments for county stations (several of them), calling vendors, training co workers on new software, petty cash reimbursement, accounts payable/Rec, among other fiscal duties such as getting good deals/sales from vendors etc.
Would this be good work experience for a job as a teller for a credit union and a bank? I want to apply for a teller position and grow from there. XD
Thanks for your answers
Can you please give me a detailed description of what an accounts payable person does? is it considered as a good job?
I am currently in school to get my accounting degree but I want some work experience before I graduate. I been searching online for accounting jobs that don't require an accounting degree but I was wondering what I need to get started on something like an accounting clerk.