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THE LEARNING CENTER FOR THE DEAF

 

ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT

POSITION: BILLING SPECIALIST

DEFINITION:

The primary responsibilities of the Specialist are to

generate accurate invoices and billing for services rendered

in the various programs of the organization and assist the

Accounting and Payroll Manager and CFO with the

operations of the department.

REQUIREMENTS:

Associates degree or equivalent experience (2-3 years)

in a Business office handling accounts receivable,

preferably in a non-profit or school setting.

Knowledge of the accounting cycle and basic

accounting is required.

Knowledge of medical billing and coding is preferred.

Proficiency with ASL is mandatory.

SUPERVISOR:

Accounting and Payroll Manager

FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Responsible for the preparation of bills and invoices for tuition-based programs.

Responsible for the preparation of bills and invoices for the various fee-for-service

programs.

Collect unit billing data for CBHI/Medicaid billing for Wraparound program and submit

insurance claims timely and accurately.

Reconcile invoices against contracts to ensure timely and accurate payments.

Reconcile payments against billed amounts to ensure claims are processed properly.

Responsible for collections of delinquent accounts as well as developing systems to

routinely monitor and flag troublesome accounts.

Verify the accuracy of the different accounts receivable ledgers.

Maintain contracts file for towns and other business partners.

Maintain accurate and complete filing systems for customer files and other accounting

files.

Meet deadlines for monthly and quarterly closings and assist with accruals when needed.

Develop internal systems to streamline the operations of the accounting office.

Create financial reports and other reports for accounts receivable function.

Perform filing and organizing functions.

Perform other projects within the accounting office as required.

Each application will be carefully reviewed, and those candidates who are most qualified
will be invited for an interview. The Learning Center for the Deaf is an Equal

Opportunity Employer.