Bank Migration Coordinator

Rate: £14.00-£16.00ph

Industry: Automotive

Job Type: Contract

Location: West Midlands

Reference: 28213dm

Expiration date: 12 January 2018


Job Purpose The UK Company is moving its banking function. This is a large undertaking given the complexity of our business and the number of interfaces there are between our systems and commercial operations and our current bank. The role is to run for 3 months from approximately 1 November 2017 to 31 January 2018, which will be the peak time for migration activity.

Key Responsibilities & Tasks

  • Communicate new bank details to a range of external customers, including the dealer network, bodyshops, special vehicle purchasers, wholesale finance providers, derivative partners, HMRC, overseas subsidiaries, etc.
  • Test payment upload files from Microsoft AX to ensure they load properly into HSBCnet and payments will reach the intended recipient.
  • Ensure direct debits and standing orders migrate successfully to the new bank
  • Liaise with external and internal customers to explain and confirm the changes we are making.
  • In addition, the successful candidate should be prepared to assist with the processing of purchase invoices and other administrative tasks in the accounts department as time allows.


Qualifications & Experience

  • Experience of project work an advantage, but essentially somebody who can approach tasks logically is required.
  • Knowledge of either Microsoft AX Purchase Ledger or HSBC net highly desirable.
  • Good interpersonal skills – verbal and written and a pleasant can do personality.
  • Logical approach and good attention to detail.
  • Good record keeping of tests performed and communications made.
  • Knowledge of either Microsoft AX Purchase Ledger or HSBCnet desirable.
  • Good interpersonal skills – verbal and written and a pleasant can do personality.
  • Ability to drive the project forward and keep all related internal and external parties focussed on the task and its deadlines.
  • Purchase ledger experience would be ideal.