We have an excellent opportunity for an Accounts Assistant in TFP. Reporting to the TFP Management Accountant you will be responsible for the accurate processing and payment of supplier invoices. You will also check and process customer Invoices and be responsible for the credit control function within the TFP Group. You will also co-ordinate and process staff expenses and be given the opportunity to assist with the month end accounting routines. You will be expected to support the Finance Department on other activities as required.
You will be flexible and able to work to deadlines, prioritise work effectively and develop positive working relationships across Finance and the TFP Division. You will bring enthusiasm, commitment and have a drive to succeed with good attention to detail and a ‘can do’ attitude. No previous experience is required and study support may be available
for the right candidate.
You will work 37.5 hours a week, Monday to Friday, with flexibility expected to meet the needs of the business. The salary for this role is £18,876 per year. Technical Fibre Products is part of James Cropper PLC - a £95M turnover, 6th generation family, innovative manufacturing Group of high quality specialist paper, advanced specification non-woven veils and moulded fibre packaging products.
Why Technical Fibre Products?
Technical Fibre Products (TFP) is a speciality wet-laid nonwoven manufacturer, producing a diverse range of high performance veils and mats for an array of challenging applications. TFP primarily operates within the Automotive and Aerospace markets whilst also providing cutting edge solutions in the Defence, Energy, Consumer Electronics, Industrial, Construction and Healthcare markets. Our customers are leaders in their chosen fields.
Our core capability is working in partnership with customers to provide solutions for technically demanding challenges. Whilst the portfolio readily provides immediate solutions, many products are developed specifically to meet the unique needs of customers for both high and low volume requirements.