Tyndale USA

  • Invoice Specialist

    Job Locations US-PA-Pipersville
    Job ID
    # of Openings
    Posted Date
    9 months ago(3/21/2019 4:50 PM)
  • Overview

    Are you a natural problem solver?  Do you like to dig in, research, and resolve invoicing discrepancies? Here at Tyndale, we are seeking an Invoice Specialist to join our growing Accounts Receivable department and work through custom invoicing as well assist with collections and aging reduction.  In this role, you will be a key contact for designated accounts and will have direct customer contact. 


    • Maintain client’s aging through pro-active collection activities;
    • Assist customers with billing questions & corrections, and write offs as needed.
    • Work with the appropriate Account Manager and/or Account Specialist to resolve any customer service issues discovered during the invoicing and collection process.
    • Invoice customer’s online utilizing designated websites.
    • Maintain client Purchase Orders and credit cards by National Account, Division, Location, Department or Employee levels.
    • Ensure billing cycles are handled efficiently and accurately;
    • Keep AR tracking database current with relevant client information, collection and billing progress and program changes;
    • Perform additional duties and assignments needed to help the Sr. Invoice Specialists.


    • High School Diploma required; Associates Degree preferred;
    • Intermediate knowledge of MS Excel
    • Excellent attention to detail to ensure accuracy;
    • Computer skills-proficient in MS Office, and accounting software experience preferred;
    • Proficient verbal and written communication skills;
    • Ability to succeed in a high volume environment;
    • Strong organizational skills;
    • Ability to succeed with self-directed work flow;
    • Action-orientation and a sense of urgency;
    • Ability to learn quickly;
    • Flexibility and the ability to adapt quickly to change.


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