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8 months ago
Royal Garden Hotel
Location: London
Job type: Permanent
Sector: Business and Administration
Category: Accounts and Administration Jobs
Located next door to Kensington Palace and Hyde Park, the Royal Garden Hotel is a self-accounting 394 five red star hotel. Our Financial Team work closely with both internal managers and external clients on a daily basis.

In this role you will have to process and maintain the Accounts Receivables Ledger held within the PMS in accordance with the company’s procedures. Additionally task will involve assisting the Credit Controller in any related tasks as requested including but not restricted to:

* Obtains credit references and granting credit

* Collects outstanding monies due to the hotel

* Covers for the Credit Controller when absent from the building

* Reconciles credit card balances on a daily basis. Follow up on any discrepancies with the Credit Controller or AFC

The ideal candidate will have to be able to work within a team but stay focused on own tasks that are required to a deadline. You need to be methodical and have good attention to detail. Good command of English and numerical skills. You must bring previous experience in some form of accounting / reconciliation role or demonstrate equivalent qualities gained within a similar establishment.

Basic knowledge of Microsoft Office and systems required.

If you are interested in this position and are entitled to work in the UK, please send us a copy of your CV and cover-letter. If you require any special assistance with your application or have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact a member of our Human Resources team.

Please note: We endeavour to respond to the majority of applications, however, if you do not receive a response within three weeks, please assume that your application has been unsuccessful on this occasion.

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