The average salary of a(n) Financial Clerk in Arizona - State Average is $35,663.
The average hourly rate of a(n) Financial Clerk in Arizona - State Average is $17.15.
The average bonus of a(n) Financial Clerk in Arizona - State Average is $585.00.
Provides financial, administrative, and clerical services to organization or department. Reviews a variety of financial documents such as claim forms, vouchers, invoices, and purchase orders to determine eligibility for payment, to verify accuracy of payment made, and to verify all calculations and codes on documents, according to defined procedures and policies. Posts figures to appropriate accounts through a computer and verifies all data entered. Maintains listing of accounts receivable and payable and updated vendor files. Maintains and checks financial accounts and records. Enters and retrieves information from a computer database or spreadsheet using software. Prepares correspondence, documents, records, and other written material in draft form. Reconciles all entries, both credits and debits. Prepares simple financial or statistical reports from data entered, including status of accounts, current balances, and cash received or paid. Receives cash payments, issues receipts, prepares checks for disbursement, deposits funds into appropriate accounts, prepares reconciliation of balances, and posts balance to appropriate ledgers. Contacts department managers, clients, vendors, etc., to obtain additional information if necessary. Provides routine information orally or in writing in response to inquires on financial records. Files and maintains all related records such as records related to processing of payrolls, invoices, vouchers, bills, and correspondence. Receives, balances, and audits payroll time records. Prints and distributes monthly financial reports. Maintains filing system for all financial documents. Ensures the confidentiality and security of all financial and employee files. Maintains ?knowledge of current office administration and bookkeeping procedures. Provides administrative support which may include maintaining inventory files, monitoring and ordering office supplies, preparing purchase orders, preparing travel and accommodation documents and travel advances for staff, and reviewing and verifying travel claims. Performs related clerical duties as required. Operates a personal computer, peripheral equipment, and other related office equipment. Less
Provides financial, administrative, and clerical services to organization or department. Reviews a variety of financial documents such as claim forms, vouchers, invoices, and purchase orders to determine eligibility for payment, to verify accuracy of payment made, and to verify all... More