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Account Reconciliation Operation Specialist I - Administrative Specialist
at MUFG Americas
Under minimal supervision, enter and verify data on Account Reconciliation system. Process of incoming cancel, stop payments, deletes, and amount issue/check number corrections, manual issues. Process corrections of rejected items dollar amount mismatch, paid no issue, stop on file stale dated issue and duplicate paid item issues. Prepare billable units of manual charges submit to Account Analysis. Data entry to include quality checks of data keyed. Maintain close account from previous month's files and all miscellaneous new account files. Create and down load diskettes and up load of issues to ARP system.
Performs a variety of general accounting support tasks in an accounting department.
Verifies accuracy of customer transmittals and other accounting documents or records.
Updates and maintains billable forms, and other records detailing financial business transactions (e.g., accounts receivable, disbursements, expense vouchers, payrolls, receipts, accounts payable).
Enters data into computer system using defined computer programs; compiles data and prepares a variety of reports.
Reconciles records with management or external vendors or customers.
Reconcile bank and financial statements/report.
Minimum of at least two years of experience or equivalent working experience.
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities duties and skills required of personnel so classified.
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