The Cash Receipting Specialist provides specialized services in accounting or similar financial activities for the Cash Receipting/Treasury team at the Conservancy’s Worldwide Office in Arlington, VA. They are an expert in their area of specialization. They administer and maintain finance/accounting activities in accordance with TNC policies and procedures and best practices in financial management.
Essential functions to be performed will include:
- Batching and processing high volumes of incoming cash receipts.
- Processing credit card transactions and specialized adjustments.
- Communicating with business units to ensure revenue is recorded accurately and in a timely manner.
- Providing back up to team members and participating in projects as needed.
The types of tasks and responsibilities which may be performed by each Specialist are described below. The Cash Receipting Specialist is expected to perform specific functions and duties as assigned by the Cash Receipting Supervisor. The Cash Receipting Specialist is part of a small team responsible for the processing of all incoming funds, via a variety of sources and payment methods, at the Conservancy’s Worldwide Office in Arlington, VA. The Specialist enters or uploads constituent transactions into the organization’s fundraising systems(s) and records receivable payments or miscellaneous receipts into the financial system. They are responsible for implementing moderately complex accounting/financial principles and procedures and providing quality assurance over transactions submitted by vendors or other parts of the organization. The Specialist processes credit card transactions, certain types of adjustments, and may research and respond to inquiries made by auditors and colleagues across the organization
This role requires strong analytical, planning, and organizational skills and the ability to multi-task in a high volume fast paced environment while maintaining a high degree of accuracy. The Specialist will bring solid communication with the ability to handle issues with confidence, patience and excellent phone and e-mail etiquette. Work may shift between various departmental duties based on volumes and processing deadlines, and thus requires a flexible and enthusiastic team player who is comfortable in a high-volume environment.
The above list is not an all-inclusive set of responsibilities, and the Cash Receipting Specialist is expected to perform tasks of similar scope, as well as perform backfill duties, as directed by the Cash Receipting Supervisor.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND SCOPE
- Ensures TNC policies and procedures, financial standards and legal requirements are met in their business area.
- Reinforces consistency in the organization’s policies and procedures and provides support related to relevant field.