|Location||East London, South Africa|
|Date Posted||June 14, 2019|
Administrative Jobs in South Africa
The Administration Controller is responsible for monitoring and maintaining acceptable and accurate
administration of the allocated business units
The incumbent will take responsibility for liaising between departments and staff members.
KEY WORK OUTPUT AND ACCOUNTABILITIES
Update daily the RIT Reconciliation
E-mail on a monthly basis the RIT report to finance
Transfer unpaid medical scheme balances to patient liable and insert comment
Prepare and submit journals, when relevant, for authorisation
Ensure timeous processing of authorised journals
Handling patient and medical scheme enquiries in a professional and timely manner
Follow up on pending claims not submitted to Medical Aid
General management and administration pertaining to outstanding debt
Generate reports, interpret data and action accordingly
Notify management of high risk debt identified
Identify possible high risk accounts to be handed over
Ensure debtor days are in line with company targets
Daily monitoring of collections
Print and follow up on unallocated payments
Manage and attend to all rejections on remittance advices from third parties i.e. medical schemes.
Printed copies of this document are uncontrolled and must be destroyed after use
Manage private accounts by printing a daily age analysis report.
On a monthly basis identify small balance write offs and other uncollectable/high risk debt to be written off
Handle queries relating to accounts outstanding
Ensure formal payment arrangements are in place
Follow up on payment arrangements
Print and mail monthly statements.
Compliance to Company Policy & Procedure
Adherence to the CSA (controlled self-assessment) audit standards
Manage compliance to repeat audit findings
Communication regarding changes relating to policies and general debt management.
Comply with the transformation goals of the organisation
Grade 12 or equivalent NQF 4 certificate
3-5 years’ experience in a administrative role
Experience in the Medical Industry would be advantageous