Billing Clerk Resume Examples

billing clerk

  • Receive and verify invoices and requisitions for goods and services 
  • Prepare, verify, and process invoices and coding payment documents 
  • Enter accurate and complete customer information into system in a timely manner 
  • Research and resolve service, product and billing issues 
  • Track exceptions between the shipping log and invoice register 
  • Prepare batches of invoices for data entry 
  • Data enter invoices for payment 

billing clerk

  • Compared damaged merchandise with original requisitions and information from invoices, and prepared invoices for returned goods.
  • Billed all invoices for all freight picked up and or delivered.
  • Prepare manifests showing numbers of DR’s and
  • Direct delivery trucks to shipping doors or designated marshaling areas and help load and unload goods safely. freight weights, transmitting data to destinations.

billing clerk

  • Enter data, such as demographic characteristics, history and extent of procedure  into computer.
  • Enter billings approval or denial onto computer
  • pull medical files
  • answer phones and forward calls 
  • sort mail
  • call insurance companies
  • send and receive emails 

billing clerk

  • Answering phones/emails
  • Rapid pace work
  • hitting timed targets
  • Process backup reports after data entry 

billing clerk

  • Edited, reviewed and generated billing statements
  • Input all billing information for truck loads 
  • Accounted for all furniture pieces within each order 
  • Labeled individual loads and assigned them to trailers for pick up

billing clerk

  • Checking the data input in the accounting system to ensure accuracy of final bill.
  • Issue invoices and bills and send them to customers through various channels (mail, e-mail etc.).
  • Issue customer account statements periodically or whenever necessary.
  • Report on activity to upper management. 

billing clerk

  • AS 400 System & JBA System 
  • Running reports from meter reading section for quality control
  • Running variance report
  • Adjusting accounts that are overcharged
  • Estimating accounts without reading
  • Attending to customer complaints