At Dataiku, we're not just adapting to the AI revolution, we're leading it. Since our beginning in Paris in 2013, we've been pioneering the future of AI with a platform that makes data actionable and accessible. With over 1,000 teammates across 25 countries and backed by a renowned set of investors, we're the architects of Everyday AI, enabling data experts and domain experts to work together to build AI into their daily operations, from advanced analytics to Generative AI. 

 

How you’ll make an impact

  • The Accounts Payable Specialist will handle all aspects of the accounts payable process.
  • This role involves accurately processing invoices, reconciling statements, coordinating payments, and maintaining strong vendor relationships.
  • Invoice Processing: Accurately review, code, and process incoming invoices, ensuring adherence to company policies and guidelines.
  • Review and manage the shared inbox for the department.
  • Verify the accuracy of invoice details, including prices, quantities, and payment terms.
  • Vendor Management: Establish and maintain positive working relationships with vendors.
  • Address any payment-related queries promptly and resolve any discrepancies promptly
  • Payment Processing: Prepare and process weekly/monthly payment batches, ensuring timely and accurate payments to vendors
  • Properly file and archive financial documents for easy retrieval and audit purposes
  • Month-end Closing: Assist with month-end closing activities related to accounts payable
  • Team Collaboration: Collaborate with cross-functional teams, including the procurement and finance departments, to ensure smooth and efficient payment processes.
  • Assist with processing of Employee Expense Reimbursement reports review and approvals.
  • Perform Banking verifications to validate the payment details provided for suppliers.
  • Exceptions to PO process management and payment processing

What you’ll need to be successful

  • Bachelor's degree in accounting or related field
  • 1-2 years of relevant professional experience
  • Understanding of accounting systems (e.g. QuickBooks / Viewpoint Vista / Sage Intacct/Coupa
  • Excellent project management, analytical, interpersonal, oral and written communication skills
  • Professionalism, dependability, commitment and integrity
  • Ability to multitask and complete assignments within time constraints and deadlines
  • Strong organizational skills and attention to detail
  • Effective corporate communications skills
  • Ability to consistently meet all deadlines 
  • Self-motivated, punctual and team player performer.
Compensation and Benefits

The final compensation package for this role will be determined during the interview process and is based on a variety of factors, including, but not limited to, geographic location, internal equity, education, skill set, experience and training. Eligible roles may also be entitled to receive commission or other variable compensation through Dataiku's incentive compensation program. 

Dataiku also offers comprehensive benefits, including stock options, medical, dental, and vision plans, flexible spending accounts, pre-tax commuter benefits, a 401k company match, paid vacations and sick leave, paid parental leave, employer paid disability coverage, and additional health and wellbeing perks and benefits. Dataiku reserves the right to amend or modify employee perks and benefits at any time.

US only national base pay ranges
$70,000$80,000 USD
 
What are you waiting for!
At Dataiku, you'll be part of a journey to shape the ever-evolving world of AI. We're not just building a product; we're crafting the future of AI. If you're ready to make a significant impact in a company that values innovation, collaboration, and your personal growth, we can't wait to welcome you to Dataiku! And if you’d like to learn even more about working here, you can visit our Dataiku LinkedIn page.
 
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