Payments Administrator - Long term contracts Glasgow City

  • Location:

    Glasgow, Scotland

  • Sector:

    Office Services

  • Job type:

    Full Time

  • Salary:

    Up to £9.34 per hour

  • Contact:

    Denise McGillivray

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  • Published:

    12 months ago

  • Expiry date:


  • Start date:

    13/06/2019 12:25:32

I am looking for motivated candidates that are ready for a challenge and would like to be part of a well known bank. This is an opportunity for someone to make a real difference to a rapidly expanding bank based in Glasgow City Centre. This is a fantastic opportunity for someone to join one of the UK's leading banking groups.

What is a Payments Administrator?

The payments team are responsible for the application of payments, investigating and tracing unidentified payments, banking and posting cheques, dealing with direct debits, paying Client invoices, and adhering to Clients SLA's with regards to the aforementioned tasks.

Main Responsibilities

In this role you will be working as part of a team. On a day to day basis, your main responsibilities as a Payments Administrator will be:

Investigate and trace unidentified payments
Paying into accounts
Issuing of letters
Supporting process improvements
Ensure incoming and outgoing payments are processed and re-authenticated efficiently and accurately.
Provide problem investigation and query resolution for internal and external customers across a range of complex payment systems where in-depth understanding of the system is required.

To be considered you must have.....

Have strong numerical and literacy skills
Have the ability to quickly become familiar with new concepts and processes
Can work autonomously
Proficiency in MS Word, Excel and Outlook
Are enthusiastic, committed and have great attention to detail.

If you have the relevant experience and would like to know more please call Denise at the Glasgow office or apply by submitting your CV.

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