Accounting Specialist

 

 The Accounting Specialist must produce work reflecting a high degree of accuracy and the utmost respect for confidentiality. As with all Cellular One positions, this position requires actions and behaviors that promote a positive and supportive working environment at all times. 

Principle Accountabilities: 

 Data entry and reconciliation of accounts receivable for store, customer care and web locations. 

 Reconciliation of funds received from cash, electronic payments, vouchers and credit card processing. 

 Receive mail payments and apply to customer accounts. 

 Prepare customer refunds. 

 Prepare and post journal entries in Microsoft Dynamics. 

 Process returned mail and update customer accounts with corrected address. 

 Monitor prepaid accounts to ensure zero balance. 

 Process tax-exempt forms. 

 Process bill adjustments for internal test accounts. 

 Handle all postage and packages for the SL Campus. 

 Assist with quality control and compliance of government-funded programs such as Lifeline and the Emergency Broadband Benefit. 

 Monitor and greet visitors entering the premises. 

 Special projects as assigned by the Manager or Finance Director. 

Desired Qualifications: 

 Accounting Associate Degree from an accredited college or university preferred. 

 Proficient in GP Dynamics, Excel & CostGuard billing system. 

 Experience in FileMaker Pro desired. 

 3-5 years of experience in accounting and or compliance of government programs. 

Key Competencies: 

 High attention to detail and accuracy 

 Ability to work with employees at all levels of the organization 

 Plan and accomplish goals within deadlines 

 Strong verbal & written communication skills 

 Judgment and problem-solving skills 

 Ability to manage multiple projects and deadlines 

 Stress tolerance 

 Confidentiality 

The above declarations are not intended to be an “All-Inclusive” list of duties and responsibilities of the job described, nor are they intended to be such a listing of the skills and abilities required to do the job. Rather, they are intended only to describe the general nature of the job, and be a reasonable representation of its activities.