Nomad Foods Europe / Birds Eye

Accounts Payable Administrator

Job Locations UK-Gloucestershire-Gloucester
Posted Date 3 months ago(07/04/2022 14:39)
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Birds Eye Ltd is a UK market leading frozen food company and a member of the Nomad Foods Group. The Nomad Foods Group is Europe’s leading frozen company, with revenues of €2.2bn and 14% market share held through the Birds Eye , Goodfellas Pizza and Aunt Bessie’s brands in the UK & Ireland and Findus and Iglo across the rest of Continental Europe. With 14 world class manufacturing sites and over 4,600 Colleagues, our purpose is to expand the frozen category by educating Consumers that frozen food can play a growing role in their everyday meal choices.


Birds Eye UK and Ireland together constitute approximately 32.5% of Nomad and have turnover of £646m and €56.4m respectively.


The role is key to ensure that suppliers are paid promptly and to terms and that all payment queries are resolved efficiently.


To ensure that supplier invoices are entered into the system correctly and efficiently and that all related issues are either resolved or escalated to the appropriate person.


Statement reconciliations to be completed and all approvals to meet to SOX requirements.


Accountable for:

  • The correct entry of Invoices onto SAP
  • Ensuring invoices contain correct information
  • Ensuring invoices have correct VAT configuration
  • Requesting missing receipts
  • Resolve supplier queries regarding payments
  • Maintaining unposted invoice trackers
  • Statement reconciliations




  • Minimum 2 years AP Team experience
  • SAP P2P Module
  • MS Excel – Intermediate Level
  • Strong communication skills
  • Ability to efficiently whilst maintaining accuracy and attention to detail
  • Challenges the status quo and accepts change readily
  • Ability to accept finance related control/process changes



  • Computer literate
  • Familiar with Sarbanes Oxley requirements



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