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University of California Merced

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Cash Receipts Specialist
Optica is recruiting for a Cash Receipts Specialist. The Cash Receipts Specialist is responsible for accurate and timely data entry of all incoming cash receipts using the AMS/netFORUM. They will respond to all billing questions and payment inquires.                                                                         PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES: Batch cash receipts by type/source, including member renewals, meeting registrations, nonmember renewals, miscellaneous orders, exhibits, etc. Record cash, checks and credit card transactions in netFORUM system. Post, edit, and update daily cash receipt registers, follows appropriate procedures for making corrections. Meet assigned accounting deadlines.


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