Part-Time AP/AR Clerk

Location: Austin, TX

Department: Finance and Accounting

Type: Part Time

Min. Experience: Entry Level

Company Overview

We provide proven technology and expertise for lead acquisition success. Our SaaS platform helps marketers automate their unique processes for acquiring qualified sales leads, building accurate email subscriber lists, and providing superior transparency for legal compliance. Each month, we process millions of opt-in Internet leads across a wide range of industries. Founded in 2004, ActiveProspect is headquartered in Austin, TX.

Job Summary

ActiveProspect is seeking a Part-Time AP/AR Clerk. We are looking for someone with strong accounting skills that also enjoys diversity in their daily duties.  We are willing to train someone on our accounting systems. This is a perfect position for someone who is looking for something with flexible hours with an option to work remotely in Austin. Ideally this position would be 20 hours per week.*  There is opportunity for full time role as needs of company evolve. This role reports to the Senior Director of Finance who is a CPA (for those candidates working on their CPA certification.)

*This position is open to students or experienced professionals who are interested in a long term position in accounting.

Responsibilities and Duties

Accounts Payable:

  • Manage accounts payables email account and respond to any status inquiries
  • Scan and input vendor invoices received via mail into
  • Reconcile invoices with internal usage to make sure amounts are correct
  • Own functionality working closely with Sr. Director of Finance on process improvements

Accounts Receivable:

  • Manage monthly customer invoicing process and ensure invoices go out correctly (process is largely automated)
  • Monitor credit card merchant account for any issues/chargebacks
  • Scan and deposit checks received in the mail
  • Input cash receipts into Quickbooks
  • Contact past due accounts
  • Provide credit references for customers

Company Assets:

  • Keep track of company assets via spreadsheet
  • Bookkeeping:
  • Record and categorize transactions
  • Reconcile bank and credit card statements in QuickBooks
  • Expense Reports:
  • Manage expense report process in
  • Verify expense reports are submitted properly
  • Verify expenses in QuickBooks

Qualifications and Skills

  • Quickbooks,, experience a plus
  • Proficiency in Excel
  • Thorough knowledge of A/P and A/R procedures
  • 2-5 years experience as an A/P or A/R clerk OR a Junior or Senior working on their degree in Accounting or Finance

Benefits and Perks

  • A financially stable company, with the freedom and opportunities of a startup culture
  • Flexible work schedule
  • Beautiful office space in Hyde Park (close to Central Market, Vino Vino, and Hyde Park Gym)
  • Fun office environment with Ping pong table, kegerator, and snacks

  • $20/hr


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