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Immediate Job Opening w/Physician Partners Management Services

Immediate Job Opening                                                          
Accounts Receivable/Payable Clerk

Physician Partners Management Services is a stable 10 year old company located in the Hillcrest area of San Diego

Physician Partners Management Services, Inc has an immediate opening: 
  • Temporary position from May 8, 2012 until approximately Dec 30, 2012
  • $12-$15/hour depending on experience
  • 18-24 hours/week
General Description: Obtains revenue and pays invoices by verifying and completing payable and receivable transactions.

Job Duties include:
  1. Prepares work to be accomplished by gathering and sorting documents and related information.
  2. Pays invoices by verifying transaction information; scheduling and preparing disbursements; obtaining authorization of payment.
  3. Verifies revenue transaction information; computing charges and refunds; preparing and mailing invoices; identifying delinquent accounts and insufficient payments.
  4. Collects revenue by reminding delinquent accounts; notifying customers of insufficient payments.
  5. Prepares financial reports by collecting, analyzing, and summarizing account information and trends.
  6. Maintains accounting ledgers by posting account transactions.
  7. Verifies accounts by reconciling statements and transactions.
  8. Resolves account discrepancies by investigating documentation; issuing stop payments, payments, or adjustments.
  9. Maintains financial security by following internal accounting controls.
  10. Secures financial information by completing data base backups.
  11. Maintains financial historical records by filing accounting documents.
  12. Contributes to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed.
  13. Monthly financial reporting to both Managing Director and CFO
General Skills/Qualifications: Administrative Writing Skills, Organization, Data Entry Skills, General Math Skills, QuickBooks Software, Analyzing Information , Attention to Detail, Thoroughness, Reporting Research Results, Verbal Communication
Working knowledge of Quick Books is mandatory.

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