Balance and reconcile all of Card Services accounting information. Responsible for processing and balancing all monetary input to cardholders accounts.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Assemble all transaction information generated throughout the department into a form that can be balanced and posted to the general ledger and provide accurate and timely balanced daily summaries to Accounting for each card program.
Reconcile all source documentation to data system postings, including check copies, debit/credit vouchers, and nightly deposits.
Balance and record settlement entries using on-line accounting system for Visa, Visa Gold, and Extra Credit accounts.
Balance, reconcile and clear all general ledger control accounts.
Balance card reports to reconcile general ledger entries, adjustments, and other settlement transaction functions.
Obtain and prepare daily settlement wire requests.
Research and pursue unexplained general ledger entries made by third party processors, various departments, branches or staff.
Must have knowledge of transaction flow in the various card programs to breakdown and detail all net figures.
Analyze, research, and clear all outages in a timely manner.
Track and provide monthly card data and transaction information to manager and operations officer to complete monthly board and financial reports.
Process card payment return items.
Responsible for balancing all summary sheets/general ledgers impacted by the various card programs.
Senior Card Services Accounting Specialist also acts as a lead in training and supports staff during absence of supervisor.
Perform other duties as assigned. Qualification Requirements:
Education - High school graduate or equivalent. Two semesters of college accounting required.
Experience Required - Three years of experience in an accounting or accounting-related position may be substituted for the two semesters of accounting.
Skills - Must have prior work experience in an accounting or accounting related position, which required minimal supervision. Proficiency in the use of a 10-key calculator or adding machine by touch is required.
Tenure - Payment Systems Accounting Specialist II, category 14, requires twelve months in the Payment Systems Accounting Specialist I position with performance that meets or exceeds expectations. Senior Payment Systems Accounting Specialist, category 13, requires eighteen months in the Payment Systems Accounting Specialist II position with performance that meets or exceeds expectations. Directly related work experience and/or accelerated training may be substituted for tenure.
Alaska USA Federal Credit Union - 21 months ago
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