DohaUnder the supervision of the Finance Operations Manager, performs various tasks in coordinating the Accounts Receivable function and P-Card function.
Job ResponsibilitiesBills customers by generating invoices in SAP based on agreement and request received from Divisions.
Coordinates with the Accounting Team for creation of new Customer on SAP, based on appropriate documentation received.Manages customer accounts by following up on payment and monitoring receipts.
Coordinates with the responsible teams to ensure that receipts are recorded against appropriate invoices.Generates statement of accounts and aging reports for outstanding receivables.
Monitors invoices generated to ensure that invoicing does not exceed terms of agreement.Addresses customer queries and resolves differences / discrepancies as needed.
Provides support as needed to the Finance Team in generating and presenting financial reports.Manages the credit card functionality by ensuring that cedit card expenses complies with WCM-Q policies.
Reviews credit card transactions and facilitates in allocating credit card expenses to funds and GL.Receives requests for new credit card creation or cancellation of credit card and assists in the execution of the requests.
Provides administrative support to the FABS team as required.EducationBachelor's DegreeExperienceBA / BS in Finance or Accounting desirable.
Prior experience in Accounting Department, with SAP knowledge is desirable.Prior experience working in an Educational environment desirable.
Knowledge, Skills and AbilitiesA flexible, committed and proactive approach to work.Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
Fluency in English.Excellent organizational skills.Ability to work independently.Licenses and CertificationsWorking Conditions / Physical DemandsWeill Cornell Medical College in Qatar was established in 2001 as a partnership between Cornell University and QatarFoundation.
The first medical school in Qatar and a pioneer of coeducation at university level, WCM-Q offers an integrated program of pre-medical and medical studies leading to the Cornell University M.
D. degree. Teaching is by Cornell and Weill Cornell faculty, including physicians at Hamad Medical Corporation (HMC) who hold Weill Cornell appointments.
Enrollment has grown rapidly from 25 first year pre-medical students in fall 2002 to over 200 students from more than 30 countries as we entered our sixth year of operation in September 2007.
WCM-Q is part of Weill Cornell Medical College, which was founded in New York City over 100 years ago, and shares the same mission : to provide the finest education possible for medical studentsto conduct research at the cutting edge of knowledgeto improve health care both now and for future generationsto provide the highest quality of care to the communityWeill Cornell Medicine-Qatar is an Equal Employment Opportunity / Minorities / Females / Vet / Disabled employer.