With approximately 24,000 employees in some 300 locations worldwide, and covering virtually all of the world’s oil and gas operating basins, Cameron has built a legacy of innovation, reliability, and expertise that spans nearly 100 years.
Leveraging our global manufacturing, engineering, sales and service networks, Cameron works with drilling contractors, oil and gas producers, pipeline operators, refiners, and other process owners to control, direct, adjust, process, and measure pressures and flows.
Cameron's products include a wide range of pressure control and rig systems for onshore and offshore drilling; land and platform production systems for conventional and unconventional applications;
separation, processing, and treatment systems; subsea production and processing systems; measurement systems; and a wide variety of valves and actuators.
In addition, Cameron's life-of-field services help our customers manage assets and optimize recovery.
We create the flow control technology that energizes the world.
Job Summary We are looking for an Accounts Payable Invoice Analyst for our Cameron team. You will be responsible for managing a portion of the company's working capital through AP invoice processing, exception resolutions, and vendor reconciliation processes.
This position resolves business critical issues, provides internal and external customer support, implements process improvement initiatives, and proactively manages day to day issues related to vendor accounts.
Roles and Responsibilities
Ensure timely and accurate processing of PO, Non-PO, freight invoices, posting 100+ invoices daily;
Research and resolve invoice discrepancies with appropriate internal and external resources;
Maintain vendor statements and communicate with vendors when necessary;
Work with procurement and finance to maintain the GR / IR account clearing;
Comply with Finance, AP, and Supply Chain policies and procedures;
Performs a variety of AP tasks and projects as necessary;
Participate in process improvement projects as requested;
Prepare reporting schedules and resolve audit issues identified by auditors;
Ensure strict compliance with SOX;
Maintain accurate and current documentation and files, understanding each Finance Hub supported country's legal requirements for document storage;
Fulfill any task assigned by the direct supervisor in accordance with the professional experience and area of expertise.
Minimum Job Qualifications
2+ years of accounts payable experience In a professional office environment;
1+ years of SAP or ERP system application;
Proficient working with Microsoft Office suite, including Word, Excel, and Outlook;
Ability to handle high-volume of data in a face paced environment;
Adaptable to learning new software applications;
Strong written, oral communication and interpersonal skills;
Language requirements : advanced in English (comprehension, written and speech);
Strong attention to detail and ability to multi-task, work independently, and prioritize in a fast-paced, high volume work environment;
Familiar with accounting standard concepts, practices, and procedures;
Organizational and time management skills;
Professional and has a service-oriented approach.