Accounts Receivable Assistant, prefer some experience. Perfect position for persons returning to workforce that need flexible schedule, but want the intellectual challenge and stimulation that a good job can give them. We will also entertain hiring and training a recent college grad. We will consider either a part time or full time position of a minimum of 30 to a maximum of 40 hours per week.
This position requires very close attention to detail. We prefer to process once correctly, rather than rush and make mistakes that we have to fix, and also explain to our clients. You will not become bored by this job. We provide this service to not for profit clients. You will communicate with clients on a regular basis. This is NOT a collections position. It is purely administrative.
The Accounts Receivable Assistant will be responsible for processing payments and billings, adjusting member accounts and interfacing with our clients. The successful candidate for this position will report directly to the senior Accounts Receivable supervisor and will play an instrumental role in the financial future of our company.
We have a very nice, calm work environment. We offer full time employment. No overtime to speak of. We are a growing company that needs people that are smart and go getters and are multi taskers. We are very picky about the people we hire, as a result, our staff are not only very smart, but they are also very good co-workers and easy to get along with. Several of our staff are individuals that returned to the workforce after as many as 15 years. While they did have an adjustment to current technology, their solid accounting knowledge was the most important ingredient to their success.
This position will require you to work in our clean, socially distant workplace in Montvale, NJ while training.
QuickBooks background is a help. Familiarity with not for profit accounting a bigger help. You should be comfortable with computers and basic office software. If you are familiar with ShulCloud, a big help.
Starting rate is based on experience. For example, recent graduates start lower than persons with several years of related experience.