Administrative Assistant/Accounts Payable (Former Employee), Phoenix, AZ – September 5, 2013
Pros: great work environment.
Cons: no sick time.
Typical Day: Answering phones and handling any issues involving AP or transfer calls to appropriate personnel. Opening and distributing mail. Reconciling Parts & Service Dept.'s previous days money - checks, cash, and credit cards. Reconciling cash box. Coding and processing vendor invoices for payment via Docuware system. Depositing checks and cash – more... into the bank. Monitoring and ordering office supplies as needed.
What I Learned: I learned more about the AP field. Before this position, I dabbled in AP & AR here and there; but with this position I learned how AP works from beginning to end and it was challenging & rewarding.
Management: The branch manager was my direct supervisor, he was the best supervisor I'd ever worked for. He was easy going, honest, & fair.
Co-workers: Enjoyed working with my co-workers, especially the guys in parts and service area. Great people.
Hardest Part of the Job: Learning to adjust to lots of interruptions while reconciling money.
Most Enjoyable Part of the job: Working with my co-workers, and working with vendors via person, phone, or e-mail. – less
Manager/Lead Expeditor (Current Employee), Chambersburg, PA – September 12, 2012
Pros: perfect working hours
Cons: contract ends 6-30-2013
Normal day starts by me going over inventory and then ordering parts needed for the production line, then going over the shortage sheets and filling out reports. I then walk the prodution line to make sure my expeditors are stocking it properly and no quality issues