Summary of Accounts Payable Clerk job
Compensation $13 To $16 Hourly
Benefits Offered Dental, Medical, Vision
Expedia is looking for a Accounts Payable Clerk for a 5 months contract role located in Springfield, MO. The ideal candidate will have a bachelors degree and have experience accounts payable.
Responsibilities of the Accounts Payable Clerk:
- Process a minimum number of transactions as established by department metrics; Create invoices consistent with the invoice data provided by the hotel, Compare, review, and analyze hotel invoices to the data maintained in payable system and process accordingly
- Process all discrepancies, adjustments, or exceptions according to established guidelines
- Process a minimum of 95% quality or greater monthly
- Process all invoices by contracted remit date to ensure client Service Level Agreements are achieved.
- Ensure each transaction is processed in compliance with company policies and procedures.
- Escalate and seek guidance for invoice transactions with which you are not familiar or certain how to process.
- Accurately update breakage manually or via mass breakage at the booking level according to established guidelines
- Exercise sound judgment on behalf of Expedia and the Financial Operations department.
- Complete and follow through on all tasks assigned or volunteered.
- Must be local to Springfield, MO area
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