What I mean by that is how will my resume be more appealing to prospects when I apply as an accounts receivable clerk? I still don't have the job, but I am beginning to have doubts on whether becoming the AR clerk.
Say I work 2 years as one will I be accepted as an accountant and move on to other fields in accounting? I need some advice.
Oops I should of placed this question in Employment category
I'm starting Monday as Accounts Receivable clerk. I feel I'm going to be a complete idiot, like "d'uhh".
I dont really like office work because of all the phone usage lol (I hate talking to people). But i'm sure i'm going to love the accounting aspect of things.
I just want to impress but thats going to be tricky if my nerves get in the way
any tips and suggestions to make the first day of my first 'real' job go smoothly?
Example: A billing clerk, an accounts receivable clerk, a benefits clerk? A person who reconciles bills, does data entry, research for internal and external customer inquires.
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?
Cash processing clerk,
Accounts receivable clerk R assistant,
Would an Associates get you these types of jobs? Or do you need a bachelors?
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?
What is another term for an Accounts Receivable Coordinator? I have an interview coming up for this Accounts Receivable Coordinator job. I recently graduated out of college. It starts paying $15/hr and it can go up to 38k per year. Do you think it's a good starting pay? I want to know if I can get a better job with better salary someday. Should I work 2 years there as an Accounts Receivable Coordinator? I am 25 years old now, and if I work 2 years there, I would turn 27 years old. Someday I want to get paid $20-25 an hour working for another job. What jobs should I look for after the 2 years there? Thanks.
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
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 applying for a clerk position and came across this question on the application.
"Please indicate your experience with handling and recording accounts receivable transactions."
Does this just mean being a cashier or exactly what does it mean?
I have a B.A. in Economics already. Some of my friends with the same degree landed the job already, but I just don't get it. People said the two subjects go hand in hand, but I don't see anything similar. I am taking Financial Accounting right now, and plan ti learn Quickbook soon. Hopefully, that will work out.
What happens on the first day? I'm assuming they show you how they do things and explain your job duties. I'm just really nervous I might not know how to do what they ask me to do. This would be my first actual accounting job. I know that most of my duties will consist of inputting invoices, forecasting receivables based on the aging of accounts, and calling people on the phone :( checking on receivables. I'm really nervous...
I have bachelor's degree in accounting and I have been an accounting payable/receivable clerk for two years. Do you think I can start apply for a bookkeeper job (higher level position than clerk)?
I'm filling out an application for a photography studio and I have to take a math test, the only problem is that I have no idea how to do almost any of it, fractions are my worst and I've been out of school for two years. I was just an Accounts Receivable Clerk and there is no way that photographers in studios have to do more math then Accounts Receivable does right? (Accounts Receivable is Accounting)
I have worked as an accountant for 10 years doing accounts receivable and accounts payable but I want to make sure Im getting paid the right amount. I might be getting another job and I don't want to get cut short of what I should be making. Thanks
I'm going back to school for a career change, and am considering an program in accounting. I plan to get my BS and eventually CPA , but that is in the future and I need to find a job before then. So, what (if any) entry level accounting positions would I be able to get with only an Associates degree?
Do they usually dress business casual?
What is a good paying summer job, where i will not have to work weekends?
I don't want a description or anything. I'm interested in a job in a law firm. I've seen my father keep his job for 26 years and he makes about 55,000 dollars a year or something. He's a word processor. What are the other lower positions?
I'm taking a online course through a college near my house. I'd like to know were the starting point of the accounting business is? How much do they generally get paid a year? I'm interested in working for a company rather then myself.