UrbanStems is a modern floral and gifting company designed for thoughtful people. Founded in 2014 in Washington, DC, UrbanStems has become a leader in the space with our expressive bouquets, plants and gift options. From coast-to-coast next day delivery to same-day courier service in NYC and DC, we are helping people stay connected. 

Named one of Inc. 500’s fastest-growing companies in 2019, UrbanStems has launched brand partnerships with Vogue, Bumble, JCrew and more. We offer a collaborative and open working environment with ample opportunity to grow and learn.

We’re looking for an AP Junior Staff Accountant to join our growing team. In this role, you will have the ability to work closely with senior leadership, making a huge contribution to a rapidly growing part of the business. You will assume basic AP functions as well as undertake the more complex supplier related issues, and will assist with resolving supplier payment and invoice variances and inventory discrepancies. This is a brand new position we’ve created, and an ideal role for someone looking to join a national brand and become a valuable member of our future growth!

Responsibilities 

  • Establish three way matching on inventory
  • Responsible for vendor payments; completes payments and controls expenses by receiving, processing, verifying, and reconciling invoices against POs, and communicates any discrepancies with our supply chain team and external vendors
  • Confirm invoice information before posting invoices
  • Verify all invoices have been keyed and posted for the weekly payment runs
  • Verify vendor information (i.e. remit to address) referenced on each invoice against what is referenced in the AP system
  • Answer questions pertaining to AP
  • Prepare new supplier request forms 
  • Review new vendors for 1099 requirements, and send letters requesting tax ID information in the vendors AP system file
  • PO data input and tracking, including down and balance payments

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or related field required
  • Highly proficient with Microsoft Office including Outlook, Word, and Excel 
  • Self-starter with impeccable attention to detail
  • Strong analytical, communication, collaboration, and interpersonal skills
  • Strong ability to prioritize multiple projects and quickly adapt in an evolving environment

We value diversity at UrbanStems. We welcome and employ individuals regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, gender, gender identity, genetic information, parental or pregnancy status, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, or Veteran status. We are proud to be an equal opportunity employer.

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