Transaction Capture Analyst Job Description

Transaction Capture Analyst Job Description

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Transaction capture analyst provides vital support for Sales Management, Capture Management, and Program Management in early identification of longer range contract opportunities, adjacent opportunities for current contracts, and potential teaming relationships.

Transaction Capture Analyst Duties & Responsibilities

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Sample responsibilities for this position include:

Demonstrate ability to follow direction, retain information, while working as independently as possible within the context of the position and team
Process the work on customer projects managing risk, meeting deadlines and customer expectations while using Best Practices as defined by Symbeo
Demonstrate responsible work habits including maintaining consistent work hours, punctuality, good communication with supervisor and the team
Work-From-Home (WFH) employees must have appropriate equipment and internet connection, and maintain Best Practices and strict security
Communicate effectively with team leader, management, production managers and co-workers both verbally and in written format
Prioritize work effectively to assure maximum efficiency and productivity quick and timely response to customer issues
Meet productivity, quality and accuracy expectations/goals standards for quality, as communicated by supervisor
Support job instructions to assure they are current and properly detailed for use by all staff
Effective and consistent communication to team members, supervisor and other parties
Oversee the status of assigned jobs, with attention to all work progress updates

Transaction Capture Analyst Qualifications

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Licensing or Certifications for Transaction Capture Analyst

List any licenses or certifications required by the position: IAQ/IOC, ACCA

Education for Transaction Capture Analyst

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Employers hiring for the transaction capture analyst job most commonly would prefer for their future employee to have a relevant degree such as Bachelor's and University Degree in Business, Finance, Economics, Accounting, Communication, Graduate, Education, Supervision, Financial Services, Computer Science

Desired experience for transaction capture analyst includes:

Refer to Capture Center Production Levels for specific level requirements
Follow all company rules and procedures
Maintain confidentiality regarding company business and product information

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