Supports audit operations by assisting in identification of recoveries, claim generation and vendor correspondence.
JOB DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
Assists audit operations by selecting vendors, reviewing transactions for various claim types and audit potential, and auditing claim types.
Reviews client information including contracts, invoices, purchase orders, shipping documents, and other documentation to identify potential audit opportunities.
Retrieves client/buyer material/records, formally writes applicable claims, and may manage claims through the approval process as directed by the auditor, senior auditor or audit management.
Examines electronic data and paper data for supporting documentation to include with each claim; returns supporting materials for claim back to original location.
Assembles claims with appropriate supporting backup (electronic and paper) and submits the claim for processing.
Corresponds with the supplier/vendor for any question or explanation required; may facilitate the resolution of major supplier/vendor issues for a favorable outcome; may engage in discussions with supplier/vendor regarding the audit and dispute resolution process.
Creates and maintains a schedule for a total balance left due from the supplier/vendor; edits and makes necessary adjustments to the schedule for accuracy.
Work within claims management system to track and maintain vendor correspondence.
Tracks audit tasks.
Contributes to the success of the organization by helping others accomplish job results; learning new skills needed by the team; finding new ways to help the team.
WORK EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS:
High school diploma or general education degree (GED); or one to three months related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Prefer 4+ years of experience in an office environment.