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Trusted and loved by 25 million educators, students, and families worldwide, Seesaw is the only elementary learning experience platform, offering a suite of award-winning tools, resources, and curriculum for teachers to deliver joyful, inclusive instruction.  Through interactive lessons, digital portfolios, and two-way communication features, Seesaw keeps everyone in the learning loop by providing continuous visibility into the student's learning experience to support and celebrate their learning.

Our Mission:

Seesaw’s mission is to provide every elementary student with joyful and connected learning experiences that lay the foundation for success in life. 

Your Team: 

You will be a key contributor and a teammate on our finance team, which includes Accounts Receivable Analyst (who will be your manager), Staff Accountant, Senior Accountant, Assistant Controller and Controller.

Your Role:

As Seesaw’s AR Clerk Contractor, you will assist with AR Collection and components of the accounts receivable cycle, payment application and other ad-hoc projects. Estimated contract: Beginning 6/03/2024 and ending 10/30/2024.

Your Responsibilities:

  • Identify invoices and customers for payments applications on account, checks, credit cards, ACH/Wires, including emailing customers for remittance advice
  • Review customer AR balance, resolve collection issues with customers or internal team as necessary, including calls and emails to customers and internal escalations as required for problem accounts
  • Researching customers’ alternative contract email address on customers’ websites and/or purchase orders
  • Assist scheduling and processing customer invoicing 
  • Assist with reconciliation of discrepancies arising from AR transactions, including Customer Overpayments and Advance Payments 
  • Validate tax IDs for international customers on the governmental website
  • Other ad hoc projects as assigned

Your Requirements:

  • 2+ years of progressively responsible experience in Accounts Receivable or Customer Service
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office products (Word, Excel, and Outlook) and Google Workplace
  • Familiarity with NetSuite will be an asset
  • Strong analytical problem-solving aptitude with creative solutions, ability to organize work with large amounts of information efficiently, manage multiple projects and deadlines simultaneously with strong attention to detail
  • Ability to communicate effectively and professionally, both in writing and verbally, with management, customers
  • Able to work as a team player
  • Open to development of skills and knowledge
  • Organized and detail-oriented
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills
  • Prior customer-facing experience (e.g. retail) preferred

Compensation:

Our compensation ranges are based on paying competitively for our size and industry. The hourly rate for this position is: $18.00 - $20.00

This is a Non-Exempt position.

Seesaw cares about building a diverse and inclusive team to better advocate for the needs of our incredibly diverse K-12 users.

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