Pros: Healthcare Benefits, Tuition reimbursement, and commutation Reimbursement
Cons: Traveling to DC from home Virginia
My typical daily workload consisted of supporting five divisions, which included below:
• Audit and process complex travel expense claims via automated travel and payment systems, coordinating with Accounts Payable (AP) timely and accurate reimbursements to staff, consultants, and outside vendors for Board-related travel expenses.
• Oversee the Board/JPMC government travel card program, authorizing credit card limit increases, granting on-line system access, and monitoring cardholder compliance for card usage and payment via Payment Net.
• Prepare and provide AP with daily travel payment reports. Verify travel payments are coded correctly and correspond to their respective budget.
• Prepare and provide travel reports to Division Administrators, capturing real time expense data as it relates to the Division’s travel budget.
• Provide travel policy oversight and interpretation to Board and non-Board staff, ensuring travel activity complies with Board and General Services Administration regulations.
• Assist the Administrative Systems Automation Program (ASAP) team in trouble shooting issues.
I have an outstanding organizational skill and work well with other. I have excellent customer services skills, which I was awarded for providing customers fast and efficient answer to their problem.
In this job, I learned time management and how to work and complete your work on a timely fashion. The hardest part of the job is was supporting five divisions which consisted almost 1000 employees answering the incoming calls and trying to complete your task on a daily basis.
The most I enjoy about my job that I'm very busy and helping people with their issues was my main concern.