Accounts Administrator

North West London
We are looking for an Accounts Administrator to for a major project.  You will be responsible for supporting the Finance function within the project’s Central team with the focus on processing goods received notes (GRNs) efficiently in E1. GRN plays an important role for the operation of procurement and finance/accounting departments as the records are used for stock updates and the payment of goods procured. 
The role reports directly to the Office Manager.
Flexible working: We welcome you to ask about the flexibility you need. This might be part-time, remote working, or compressed hours for example. Anyone who applies for a role can ask about flexibility at interview. In return, we will explore what is possible for the role.
Key Responsibilities
  • Maintenance of sound financial controls at GRN level ie GRN only with delivery ticket against correct purchase order.
  • General administration of data, ensuring records are maintained for an adequate period, kept securely and sufficient information is retained to meet group requirements.
General Duties
  • Collect and log delivery notes received against the delivery note tracker.
  • Process the delivery tickets on E1 and generate a goods received note.
  • Scan and save all delivery notes in the shared area.
  • Request any missing delivery tickets from suppliers
  • Ensure that all delivery tickets uploaded to the accounts system in a timely manner.
  • Assist with Creditor Queries
  • Perform other Accounts duties as & when required
Required qualifications, skills, behaviors and attributes


  • GCSE or Equivalent: Grades A*-C (including mathematics and English)
  • Excel, IT & Communication Skills
  •    Good attention to detail
  •    Takes ownership of output
  •    Ability to work alone and as part of a team
  •    Self-confident


  • Previous experience ideally in a similar role within the construction industry
  • Experience of using a computerized accounting system (E1)
This role offers the potential to develop into an account’s role in the future.