FIS 4001 North Rodney Parham Road, Little Rock, AR, United States
FIS could be the jump start that your career has been looking for. Our company offers a generous suite of benefits that include Medical, Dental and Vision plans to fit your life style. There’s 401k with a company match as well as an FIS stock purchase plan. We offer our employees 3 weeks paid vacation and paid holidays. There’s an onsite full service cafeteria and free secure parking. Don’t let this opportunity pass you up! Job Summary In a processing environment, perform one of the following duties: data preparation/receiving, data entry, online reject repair, balancing, dispatch, printing, rendering, check filing, bookkeeping, statement preparation and returns. May also perform tasks such as encoding transit checks and POD documents per client requirements. General Duties & Responsibilities Identifies errors in calculations and balances and make corrections. Receives and prepares physical documents for delivery to the sorting department. Performs online reject-repair using a CRT and physical documents. Physically repairs rejects. Prepares transit cash letters. Prepares and dispatches client statements and adjustments as needed. Prepares cash letter of return items. Performs data entry on an input device/application. Reconciles and properly documents all out of proof conditions. Compares work product with word standards for accuracy. Other related duties assigned as needed. Educational Requirements High school diploma or GED. General Knowledge, Skills & Abilities Typically requires a minimum of four or more years’ demonstrated data control/encoding experience Proficient written and oral communication skills in dealing with employees or external customers/clients Knowledge of procedures used to segregate and distribute output Knowledge of balancing and correction procedures Proficient in entering data into various PC software packages Proficient in classifying computer output Knowledge to operate a computer effectively and utilize software packages required by the position Proficiency to encode 1,000-1,500 items per hour Advanced professional role. Highly-skilled with extensive proficiency. May oversee the area in the absence of the lead/supervisor. Perform quality checks throughout the entire data control job. May monitor workflow. Make recommendations for process improvements as appropriate. Coaches and mentors junior staff. Works under minimal supervision with wide latitude for independent judgment. Typically requires a minimum of four or more years’ demonstrated data control/encoding experience with at least two years as a Data Control Associate II.