The Student Account Business Office with the School of Public Health is seeking a Student Accounts Assistant.
Responsible for opening and closing office daily
Prepare all daily cashier close out activity within SBS - including cash, check and credit payments received and prepare for securing in office safe.
Responsible for 3rd Party billing for outside agencies/vendors.
File completed cashier close out sessions
Post charges, adjustments, loans and scholarships to Student Billing System (SBS)
Receive and post all private loans from Financial Aid Office
Oversee and post all Veteran Affair payments for JHSPH
Open and distribute mail
Monitor Bursar email account, answer questions, forward inquiries to appropriate staff members and manage the calendar
Provide departmental support by verifying deposits, petty cash drop off and pick up and record each deposit on a daily deposit log
Provide Notary Public service for all PH students, staff and faculty
Provide student support by assisting walk-in student traffic, reviewing student accounts
Originate student refunds
Sell MTA and copy cards
Answer phones and monitor voicemail messages
Complete Canadian Tax forms
Prepare itemized student statements
Print and monitor Paywire Portal Report weekly- file and complete SBS batch work
Prepare MTA Monthly Pass sales log and Print MTA report monthly
Verify, print and file Accounts Payable Invoices
Verify Dunbar pick-up
Updates all office website information and self-service announcements.
High School Diploma. One year experience in related environment.
Some college preferred.
Related experience in banking, cash handling, or related environment.
Experience reading accounts.
Knowledge of ISIS.
Special Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
Excellent customer service skills.
Has good oral and written communication skills, along with good organizational skills.
Technical qualifications or specialized certifications
Knowledge of Microsoft Office including Word and Excel.
Classified title: Student Accounts Assistant
Hourly Rate Range: $12.97 - $17.87; commensurate with experience
Employee group: Full-time
Employee subgroup: Non-Exempt
Schedule: Mon-Fri; 8:30am – 5:00pm
Department Name: Financial Operations/Student Accounts
Personnel Area: School Public Health
The successful candidate(s) for this position will be subject to a pre-employment background check.
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