Accounts Payable Clerk, Part Time – USA Job Vacancy
The AP Clerk provides support to the Business Office and is responsible for data entry of accounts payable, reconciliation of vendor statements, coding and matching invoices to packing slips, running month end close and reports, running the weekly preliminary check runs to determine cash requirements, finalizing vendor check run, maintaining vendor files, maintaining monthly financial reports and year-end 1099 preparation. These activities are to be performed in compliance with the philosophies, policies, procedures, goals, and budgets as established by the hospital”s governing board and corporate offices as well as all Federal, State, and local laws. Requires a high level of professional judgment and discretion in carrying out assignments, the ability to problem solve, a high degree of confidentiality, and the ability to work under pressure. Must be able to work well with physicians and employees on sensitive issues, communicate in a professional manner and be able to use persuasion to accomplish compliance. The successful candidate will project a professional demeanor and appearance while maintaining the confidentiality of administration, patients, physicians and employees.
1.Maintains record of requisitions, purchase orders, invoices and reconciles any discrepancies
2.Verifies invoices and contract pricing. Ensures PO, invoice and receiving documents are reconciled.
3.Code and pay all invoices in a timely manner.
4.Reconcile vendor issues related to credits and payments. Handle all vendor calls.
5.Prepare various reports including, end of month accrual log.
6.Work with Materials Management department to resolve invoice problems and credits.
7.Review and follow-up on vendor statements.
8.Prepare patient refund checks.
9.Maintain vendor files.
10.Process accurate data in Oracle with minimal errors.
11.Perform quarterly 1099 audits and yearly 1099 activity.
Our competitive salary and benefits package includes medical and dental insurance, 401(k), paid time off and life insurance.
EDUCATION, TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:
1.High school graduate.
2.Three years previous accounts payable experience preferable in a hospital or clinical environment.
3.Experience using Oracle Financials or other ERP related system.
4.Must have the skills necessary to operate the office equipment required to fulfill job duties.
5.Ability to write routine reports.
6.Medical terminology and computer experience beneficial
7. Good communication skills.