Franchise Licensing Analyst (Former Employee) – Purchase, NY – December 28, 2015
Assisted clients with inquiries regarding their accounts. Reviewed applications and documentation required for license so that prospective members would be able to utilize the MasterCard system. Reviewed MasterCard credit card designs daily, making sure the guidelines were followed. Updated database entering new licensed members, terminations, processing bank mergers and processed any changes to clients' profiles. Generated ad-hoc reports for principal banks so that they would have up-to-date data on which banks they sponsored and a list of their accounts. Conference calls providing instructions on how to complete documents, review of fees, anti-money laundering info requirements an more. Assisted with any active projects.
Business Leader-Domestic Taxes (Former Employee) – Purchase, NY – November 25, 2015
MasterCard fosters a culture of team work and objective measurement of progress.
My work included challenging assignments with full visibility of project management and results. What was most exciting was being a member of the team responsible for a highly successful IPO in May, 2006.
Great financial and recognition rewards.
Quarterly intense time pressures to complete SEC filings.
Great working place with a multi cutural admosphere
Finance Coordinator (Former Employee) – Purchase, NY – October 26, 2015
Moved to NY, were I began my career as a travel and entertainment auditor for MasterCard International. Daily responsibilities were to audit T&E reports and credit cards for MasterCard employees.
Was promoted to Finance Administrator, which put in a great opportunity to learn and watch a new product developed and grow. The "Debit Card:. Responsibilities was work with staffing departments on their budget, provide variance and forecast on projects and provide monthly financial reports for management and the finance division on US Debit budget.
Great place to work, meet lots of people of different backgrounds and provided and excellent start into the business finance.
Senior Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Purchase, NY – October 13, 2015
To be successful in this role, one must enjoy working with others in a team setting as well as with multiple levels of management. It is essential to be organized, friendly with customer account personnel and possess the ability to multi-task and negotiate deadlines for various projects.
It is important to work alongside executives communicating well in order to understand priorities and deadlines, upcoming projects and customer meetings.
The most difficult part after seven years was to incorporate new learnings into an already full and packed business day. There are only so many hours in a day! All in all, it was a very enjoyable experience which I will always cherish as there is much that I learned and will take with me throughout my career.
Unequaled culture, mission, leadership team, and work environment
Vice President - Workforce Management (Former Employee) – O'Fallon, MO – August 18, 2015
MasterCard is is determined to change the world by improving financial inclusion globally, starting with the CEO and board. This is a place anyone can be proudly associated with. And, the establishment and maintenance of a world class environment and work/life balance is a foremost priority.
Global reach and passion to "do good"
As with most technology companies, the pace is fast and everchanging.
I was in a high stress position over 7-10 employees and ran the company as the owner was incapacitated. I brought monthly residuals up from $5000.00 a month when I started to $45000.00 a month in less than 2 years. The hardest part was the workload as I did all HR, AR, AP, Payroll and reporting. All customer service as well. In the end was doing technical repairs on credit cad terminals and programming, delivering as well as working all events alone. Some with as many as 17 terminals per event. The events were a lot of work but also great fun.
Very pressuring environment and not enough room to grow
assist in tracking orders and balances on accts (Former Employee) – Las Vegas,NV – June 11, 2015
Answer calls for loyalty and rewards. A lot of the information was delayed between MasterCard and the banks were always delayed. Management was a little shady their was definitely favoritism shown through out this campaign at Telus. The hardest part was when a customer didn't receive their item and have to deal directly with the bank Key Bank was the hardest Bank to deal with and Wells Fargo.
great company parties great company (Telus) overall