Under direct supervision, the Accounts Payable/Receivable Analyst performs a variety of accounts receivable/payable related activities which requires advanced knowledge of invoice processing procedures. Responds to and researches complex accounts receivable/payable inquiries including payments to vendors and reimbursements to individuals. Collects, interprets, and performs analyses of payables data. Reviews invoice payment reports and creates appropriate payables transactions to correct errors.
Assists the Institute of Molecular Engineering (IME) by processing GEMS reports and ensuring that a unified, integrated, and cost-effective purchasing system is well maintained. Coordinates reviews, tracks analyses, and awards contracts. Supports business processes and operations while staying in compliance with Federal and University procurement policies and procedures.
â¢ Processes all the gems cards reports for the entire faculty. Updates standardized reports on gems expenditures monthly. â¢ Processes all e-payments requests for the entire faculty. Updates standardized reports on e-payments expenditures monthly. â¢ Processes all invoices requests for the entire faculty. Updates standardized reports on invoices status monthly. â¢ Processes all reimbursement requests for the entire faculty. Updates standardized reports on reimbursement expenditures monthly. â¢ Other duties as assigned
â¢ Knowledge of relevant accounting, general ledger, and subsidiary ledgers â¢ Working knowledge of skill in identifying and solving purchasing and associated invoice and contract issues â¢ Attention to detail in documentation and transaction accuracy â¢ Excellent oral and written communication skills â¢ Proficiency with spreadsheet, word processing, and accounts payable/receivable software systems â¢ Ability to organize and prioritize workload during highâpressure, highâvolume workload periods â¢ Ability to make sound judgment decisions
Education and Experience:
â¢ Bachelor's degree in Accounting, Business Administration, or a related field (preferred)
â¢ A minimum of two years of accounts payable/receivable or other invoice payment related experience (required)
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