Accounts Receivable Specialist

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Job ID#: 11033

ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE/CASH APPLICATIONS

Job Overview: This position is responsible processing of cash receipts such as ACH payments; credit card payments and Corporate deposits. Research on customer payments, processing of refunds and monitoring incoming mail from customers as well. Includes duties below as assigned.

Accountabilities:

  • Key payments on a daily basis such as: ACHs, Corporate deposits and Credit cards
  • Upload bank transmission files and research unapplied/identified payments
  • Upload credit/debit adjustment files
  • Pull ACH support from A/R inbox as needed
  • Provide created batches to the team (i.e. A/R Specialists) to post
  • Posts open batches from the field
  • Respond to A/R issues related to items processed (i.e. ACH; Corp. Deposit and misc. deposits)
  • Corrects cash applications as needed
  • Process and upload miscellaneous deposits
  • Process bad debt recoveries
  • Process bank deposits using Remote Deposit
  • Run and distribute Unapplied/ATB and Unidentified reports to the field
  • Provide alternate processing needed for the general ledger transfers and A/R issues
  • Performs alternate monthly A/R close and issuing for month-end closing reports

Primary Requirements:

  • Must have a High School Diploma or GED
  • Some college in similar field or technical school, preferred
  • Must have a minimum of 1 (one) year, A/R experience
  • Proven and demonstrated proficiency with Microsoft Office
  • Advanced Excel and Oracle experience preferred
  • Good communication skills, ability to multi-task, a self-starter, detail-oriented, and a team player is essential

 

 

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