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An Accounting Clerk must be detail-oriented, enjoy working with numbers and have excellent organization skills. They ensure financial information and accounting records are accurate and up-to-date. The specifics of the role depend on the size of the company and type of healthcare entity, but most commonly, Accounting Clerks enter and review financial figures on bank accounts, invoices and account statements. They ensure accuracy in financial reporting so that the company remains solvent and can pay its debts. Some Account Clerks work independently, though most work as part of a team, often under a CPA or other accounting supervisor.


Typical Job Duties:

  • Bookkeeping and general accounting
  • Creating and maintaining spreadsheets
  • Operating standard office equipment
  • Performing clerical work and interoffice support, including receiving and processing mail
  • Invoicing and reconciliation for varying departments
  • Maintaining and promoting excellent vendor relations
  • Assembling, sorting and tabulating codes and filing data

Typical Qualifications:

  • Ability to understand the principles and procedures of bookkeeping and record-keeping
  • Accuracy in accounting
  • Knowledge of business-level English, both verbal and written
  • Ability to foster and maintain business and client relationships
  • Proficiency in computer skills and Microsoft Office
  • Strong organizational skills
  • Ability to explain and interpret fiscal related policies and general accounting
  • Experience counting cash, reconciling cash drawers and preparing deposits slips

Pay Ranges

Base Hourly: $18 per hour
Annual: $37000 – $52000

Education & Experience

High school diploma or equivalent
Entry level opportunity

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