Unclaimed Property amp Reconciliation SpecialistFL - Jacksonville
Start Date: 8/17/2022
Valid Through: 11/16/2022
Job Description: Notes from call with Hiring Manager on 8/2/2022:
*Potential Contract-to-Hire position (based on company needs and contractor's performance)
*Hybrid -(2) days out the week; however, new contractors will start in the office to get to know the work culture and
understand the role first. Then, the manager will allow a hybrid schedule.
*Shift: Some flexibility in starting time (8am-9am) but candidate must work an (8) hour shift
* Candidates do not need unclaimed property experience
*Candidates with regulatory finance or accounting experience work well in this position
*Candidates who are familiar with title, escrow, or closing is a PLUS
*Basic to intermediate MS Excel skills a MUST
*Please do not submit candidates over the max bill rate listed on the req
*Overtime may be required (usually during the Spring and during the busiest reporting period in October; around 10 hours a week)
Key Responsibilities & Duties:
Perform reconciliations of escheatment/trust accounts;
Review, analyze and coordinate refund requests and supporting documentation;
Prepare/support timely annual state/regulatory filings, in compliance with state unclaimed property laws;
Review and analyze Unclaimed Property submissions, including all supporting documentation;
Build and maintain strong relationships with internal and external customers;
Contribute to a positive team attitude;
Research and document issues as assigned; and,
Other responsibilities as required or assigned.
At least 3 or more years of Account Reconciliation experience;
General Accounting Knowledge;
Strong work ethic, highly motivated and ability to work on multiple priorities;
Excellent writing, communication, and research skills;
Ability to master new tasks quickly;
Strong project management skills;
Strong working knowledge of Excel, Word and PowerPoint; and,
Ability to work extended hours during limited busy seasons.
Bachelor's Degree in a Business, Accounting or Finance field from an accredited four-year university or an equivalent combination of education and experience as required for specific job level.
Critical Thinking - capable of identifying all aspects of a problem and understanding why a problem exists.
Analytical Thinking - ability to collect, gather, visualize and analyze information in details. Includes the ability to solve complex problems by making decisions in the most effective way.
Organizational Skills - ability to stay focused on different tasks, and use time effectively and efficiently in order to achieve the desired outcome.
High level of attention to detail - ability to achieve thoroughness and accuracy when accomplishing a task.