Vacancy: Provider Ledger Co-Ordinator
Job Reference: 1620
Location: KIMS Hospital, Maidstone
Closing Date: Friday 10th January 2020
KIMS Hospital reserves the right to remove job adverts before the closing date.
Do you want to work in a busy office environment working with within a vital part of our finance team? Previous history working in provider ledger is not essential but some administrative experience would be an advantage. In this role you will work to effectively and efficiently to manage the payment to consultants and accurately producing invoices to our providers.
Role Responsibilities include:
- Reconciliation and Payment of Provider Accounts.
- To carry out monthly reconciliation of Provider accounts.
- Prepare a schedule of payments.
- To ensure third party/ Provider invoices are accurate.
- Respond to and resolve provider queries, either by telephone, email or in person, in a professional and timely manner.
- Assist patients/consultants & secretaries with account queries both face to face, email and on the telephone.
- Assist in the department when needed during busy periods.
- General education to GCSE level or equivalent including Maths and English
- Relevant experience in an administration office-based setting.
- Excellent attention to detail
- A high level of numeracy skills
- Excellent interpersonal and communication skills both oral and written.
- Intermediate level of Excel
- Excellent Telephone manner
- Able to establish relationships with providers and secretaries
KIMS Hospital employees enjoy the following benefits:
- Competitive Salary
- Pension Scheme
- Private Health Insurance
- 33 Days annual leave plus extra time off for your birthday
- Life Assurance
- Annual Flu Vaccination
- Free Eye Test
If you do not receive a reply within 1 working week from the closing date, please assume you have not been shortlisted on this occasion.
Previous applicants need not apply.
If you have any queries regarding this vacancy, Lily would be happy to help. Please give her a call on 01622 538217 or email email@example.com
At KIMS Hospital we are committed to building a diverse and inclusive working environment. We strive to create a workforce that reflects the communities we serve and are proud to be an equal opportunities employer.
Any offers of employment made by KIMS Hospital for this/these position(s) will be subject to proof of eligibility to work in the UK and receipt of a satisfactory DBS Certificate from the Disclosure & Barring Service. Information about the DBS checks can be found at https://www.gov.uk/disclosure-barring-service-check
Posted 10th January 2020
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