Billing Clerk and Training
- Excellent interpersonal communications skills
- Solid understanding of basic accounting principles
- Data entry skills along with a knack for numbers
- Proficiency in English and in MS Office – Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
- High degree of accuracy and attention to detail
- Strong sense of urgency and problem solving skills
- Organized and Able to handle multiple tasks
Clerk IV – 404/8A (Billing Coordinator/Technical Trainer)
· Controller – direct
· HRM – indirect
The incumbent will have dual responsibilities. Three days a week in the Finance department handling Customer Billing. Two days a week in HR supporting new hire training (AOL).
- Finance Department: Three days a week provide financial, administrative and clerical support services to the CSC Finance department. Accounts receivable duties include ensuring accuracy and efficiency of operations, processing and monitoring incoming payments, and securing revenue by verifying and posting receipts.
- HR Department: Two days a week conduct and facilitate training classes for hourly Cold Food, Assembly, Dish Room, Hot Food and Materials/Warehouse newly hired employees. Ensure compliance with standard procedures as prescribed in Task Analysis for jobs in the previously listed areas. Maintain tracking databases and training records. Administer and track employee surveys.
Billing Coordinator Duties and Responsibilities:
- Process accounts and incoming payments in compliance with financial policies and procedures
- Perform day to day billing transactions, including verifying, classifying, computing, posting, recording and reconciliation.
- Prepare bills, invoices
- Reconcile the accounts receivable ledger to ensure that all payments are accounted for and properly posted.
- Verify discrepancies by and resolve clients’ billing issues
Technical Trainer Duties and Responsibilities:
- Organize, schedule and facilitate training classes for newly hired hourly employees in key departments.
- Conduct re-training classes for existing hourly employees in key departments.
- Monitor Task Analysis job skill demonstrations to ensure standards procedures are being consistently demonstrated and achieved.
- Conduct retraining where required.
- Regularly enhance and refine Task Analysis to accurately reflect jobs and changing standards and processes.