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Accounts Payable Clerk/Cashier

From CivicInfo BC - November 17, 2017

The District of Central Saanich

is seeking an experienced

Accounts Payable Clerk (0.8 FTE)


The District of Central Saanich, located on the Saanich Peninsula of Southern Vancouver Island, is part of the Greater Victoria Area and enjoys the reputation of being among the best locations in Canada to work, live and play. The District is bounded on both the east and west by ocean with many beach access points and is central to all amenities of the Greater Victoria area. With a temperate year round climate, a population of 18,000 people, rolling countryside, forests, parks, beautiful homes and the ocean, the quality of life is outstanding.

Reporting to the Manager of Finance, the successful candidate will process District accounts payable invoices in a timely fashion, maintain supplier databases and invoice files, perform account reconciliations, respond to supplier inquiries, act as a liaison between other departments and suppliers and issue purchase orders.

The position will also respond to counter and telephone inquiries, process payments, balance cash deposits, and maintain property tax, utility billing, dog licensing and business licensing accounts.

Completion of high school supplemented by CPA Professional Education Program Introduction to Financial Accounting (or equivalent transferable courses) is required. A minimum of 2 years of office experience including accounts payable and cashier duties is required. Previous municipal experience is preferred.

Consider joining our committed team and being part of an innovative, community minded and rewarding workplace.

The salary for this full time position is $28.34 per hour and an excellent benefits package.

Please submit your cover letter and resume by 4:30 p.m. Friday, December 1st 2017 in confidence to:
We thank you for your interest in employment with the District of Central Saanich and advise that only those applicants under consideration will be contacted.

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