As a member of the Division of Financial Affairs' Accounts Payable team, the Accounts Payable Representative is the primary point of contact for payment information.
Creating check/ACH payment files in Pre-disbursement Processor including immediate or off-cycle AP checks.
Providing customer service to University Financial Transaction Centers (FTC) and Business Service Centers (BSC) as well as external vendors related to Accounts Payable and Invoice Processing.
Processing invoices and credit memos by creating e-docs in (KFS).
Setting up and maintaining Payee ACH account information in KFS.
Researching and taking action on Electronic Invoice Rejection Transactions (EIRT) created from Electronic invoice batch jobs.
Utilizing KFS, Spend Viz and the Data Warehouses to prepare ad hoc queries to generate reports as needed.
Administration of checks to be voided or stopped; researching and evaluating stop request and then initiating action at bank.
Assisting with training of temporary staff including students.
Providing backup for other staff in area.
Performing duties as directed by supervisor to meet numerous processing deadlines in area.
Individual must have complete understanding of Purchasing and Accounts Payable module in Kuali Financial System (KFS). This includes knowledge of the batch jobs that impact processing of the Payment Requests and Disbursement Vouchers within KFS.
Associates Degree with 2 to 4 years' experience, or equivalent of education and experience required..
Experience with Cornell policies and procedures in the areas of purchasing, accounting and accounts payable strongly desired.
Proficiency with standard desktop tools (MS Excel, MS Word, and MS Outlook).
Must have excellent customer service skills and demonstrate ability to communicate verbally and in writing with a broad range of people.
Associates Degree in accounting preferred.
Knowledge of KDA Dashboard preferred.
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