Position Overview: The role of the Accounts Receivable Specialist is to manage all aspects of the billing and collections process in a fast paced, goal-oriented Administrative department. To accomplish this, the Accounts Receivable Specialist will be responsible for billing customers for materials and services on all work generated by the division in a timely manner, for correspondence, and for verifying the accuracy of each invoice.

Responsibilities of the Accounts Receivable Specialist:

  • Match payment received with tickets
  • Enter payments into system ensuring items are posted to the correct customer as well as to the related invoice
  • Reconcile cash sales and credit card accounts
  • Data entry Post monies collected, tax, finance charge and bad debt write offs
  • Scan checks and tickets received
  • Maintain professional demeanor in dealing with critical/confidential information; restricts discussion/knowledge of activity to a need to know basis.
  • Perform other duties as required

Qualifications for the Accounts Receivable Specialist:

  • Ability to communicate effectively with and work well with other personnel
  • Ability to deal effectively with questions or problems, seeking assistance when needed
  • Must be computer literate
  • Ability to communicate sufficiently to be able to convey and exchange ideas, and to give and receive detailed verbal instructions
  • Individual must possess a working knowledge and understanding of accounting concepts, including P&L s and relevant balance sheet accounts
  • Attention to detail and presentation of the work product to a high standard is required
  • Regular and timely attendance is required

Education Requirements:

  • Associate s Degree is highly preferred

Benefits: Eligible for Atrium Care Package

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