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Senior Accounts Payable Specialist

Rapidly growing commercial real estate firm formed by some of the most talented and well-connected individuals in the greater Chicago metro area real estate industry is seeking to bring on board and experienced accounts payable professional.
The firm is in the beginning stages of launching an aggressive expansion effort that encompasses both a national and international scope. Having gained a strong foothold in both the industrial and retail real estate markets, expansion of scope to include additional asset classes is the next step. In providing commercial real estate services in multiple areas, including transaction facilitation, property management, and financial and advisory services, the firm is becoming a top resource to both real estate owners and investors.
The Accounts Payable Specialist will take ownership of the U.S. accounts payable processing and vendor management for the company. Working under the direction of the U.S. Corporate Controller, this individual will interact extensively with a variety of individuals throughout the firm. The Accounts Payable Specialist will work out of the corporate office located in Rosemont, Illinois. Compensation for this role will include a market-competitive base salary as well as performance-based bonus.
Qualified individuals will possess a minimum of three years of full-cycle accounts payable processing experience and excellent communication skills. Experience working with industry specific software packages such as Yardi, Timberline and/or MRI will be considered a plus.
In addition to a generous compensation package, this individual will enjoy a comprehensive benefits package, paid vacation days, access to public transportation including a shuttle that runs throughout the day to the CTA Blue Line, and a relaxed work environment where ideas are valued at all levels of the organization.

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