Southern Illinois Healthcare

  • ACCOUNTS PAYABLE CLERK

    Posted Date 3 weeks ago(10/22/2019 2:37 PM)
    Requisition ID
    2019-4812
    Job Locations
    US-IL-Carbondale
    Category
    Management & Professional
    Position Type
    Full Time
    Shift
    8AM-4:30PM
    Weekend Requirement
    Weekends as required
    Department
    Accounting
  • Overview

    Responsible for accounts payable activities in a multi-company environment.

    Responsibilities

    • Safety
      • Manages processes effectively in regard to employee/patient safety.
    • Record Keeping
      • Maintains all required records, reports, statistics, logs, files and other documents as required.
    • Process Improvement
      • Promotes a culture of process improvement by establishing unit/department based programs that supports the system’s process improvement goals.
      • Actively participates on system-wide or hospital-based teams.
    • Role Specific Responsibilities
      • Maintains accurate, easy to follow, electronic procedures for each responsibility.
      • Responds to inquiries from employees and vendors regarding accounts payable and related matters.
      • Processes properly approved and documented invoices and payment requests.
      • Reconciles vendors statements, researches and corrects discrepancies.
      • Processes payments to vendors, while enhancing SIH cash flow.
      • Sorts and distributes department mail appropriately.
      • Reviews employee P-card statements and receipts timely, follow up on policy violations appropriately.
      • Processes AR system patient refund requests, mailing timely with appropriate documentation.

    Qualifications

    Education

    • Associate’s degree in Accounting or related business field

    Licenses and Certification

    • N/A

    Experience and Skills

    • Technical Experience: 2 years preferred

    Physical Activities

    • Intermittent hand manipulation required
    • Intermittent lifting and carrying of 20 lbs.

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