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  1. Cashier

    Responsible for handling all customer inquiries, sales, returns at the Customer Service/Return Desk, operating the cash register, processing customer payments, bagging customer goods, and processing customer returns, etc. Greets and acknowledges all customers in a friendly, professional manner and provides quick, responsive customer service. Responsible for all other duties as assigned. Work Schedule May require morning, afternoon, and evening availability any day of the week. Essential Knowledge and ...

  2. Accounting Clerk

    Compensation: $21-$22 Accounting Clerk   Full Cycle AP (Matching, Batching, Coding) Processing wires, ACH, credit cards, and checks Excel reporting from software systems Billing, collections, and cash application A talented individual in Excel is the pivotal component, as the bulk of your duties will be manipulating data. Manipulating Excel data in the form of Pivot Tables, and V-look ups. Light clerical support for accounting department Support accounting department as needed ...

  3. Accounts Receivable Clerk

    Compensation: $17-18 Per Hour Duties: Managing an aging and responsible for reducing the DSO upon a bi-weekly assessment. Perform weekly invoicing with special billing run bi-weekly Actively pursue invoicing discrepancies and resolutions to ensure the balances are collected upon in a prompt fashion Communicate with clients to receive remits to apply payments Researching internal ERP software to apply payments per a stored remit Post cash receipts into the accounting system; including lockbox ...


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