Accounts Payable Administrator

June 6, 2022


Foley Hoag is looking for an Accounts Payable Administrator to handle all aspects of the accounts payable process.


  • Utilize Chrome River for Expense and Invoice to review all submitted items for accuracy and compliance with firm policies; export all approved items and import file into Aderant for voucher creation; process voucher payments in a timely fashion
  • Run and review Chrome reports on a regular basis to identify any outstanding items and ensure efficiency
  • Monitor Chrome Help and Accounts Payable group email; respond promptly and accurately to issues and queries that arise
  • Post electronic files for various charges in the appropriate software system on a scheduled basis
  • Review and enter expense reimbursement requests and process payments
  • Process payments to foreign vendors using Global Exchange software and load payment files to Aderant
  • Prepare wire payments in banking software, order foreign drafts and bank money orders as required
  • Maintain and reconcile petty cash accounts for all offices
  • Appropriately record sales/use tax for multi-state locations, report and send payments on a monthly basis
  • Input various soft cost entries into Accounting system; reconcile entries to the general ledger
  • Assist legal and administrative departments with invoice research and provide backup for charges as necessary
  • Research open invoices and respond to vendor inquiries and statements
  • Follow up on outstanding checks and maintain abandoned property files
  • Prepare AP reports when necessary
  • Maintain Accounts Payable files, for vendor addresses, 1099 status and W-9s
  • Assist in the annual issuance of 1099’s
  • Cross-train on all duties to be able to assist in all AP functions


  • 3-5 years of related experience
  • Knowledge of general accounting practices and sales and use tax compliance
  • Proficiency with Accounting System Software, Chrome River for Expense and Invoice (or similar accounts payable workflow software), and Microsoft Office, specifically Excel and Word.
  • Experience with Trust transactions, recording receipts and processing disbursements
  • Must be detail oriented, have the ability to multi-task and work in a team environment
  • Must possess strong verbal and written communications skills
  • Bachelor Degree, or equivalent experience

How to Apply

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