The Transaction Processor is part of a team that works in a secure environment responsible for maintaining, printing, and mailing of our Client and Shareholder unissued certificates. This involves transmitting files to the printer, reconciling certificate detail to printer output. Attention to detail and being quality conscious are two essential key skill sets that are required to ensure production of a quality product.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Receives and prints daily certificate print files.
Utilize the Certificate Inventory Database for maintaining Client Inventory updates/levels
Count and record Client Inventories under dual control
Receives and responds to Client Administration Requests
Works with various processing teams on daily and high priority requests
Ensures all compliance and regulatory responsibilities/procedures are adhered to
Review, restrict, and mail daily printed certificates as instructed
Must be flexible and work flexible hours as needed
Must be able to lift 15 lbs
Ability to interact effectively with people and work well in a team environment
Able to multi-task and learn new skills quickly
Meet and exceed performance goals
May be required to work overtime
Skills and Experience:
Good verbal and written communication skills
Good typing skills for data entry functions
Must meet and or exceed Computershare's Productivity and Quality standards on a daily basis
Product knowledge and expertise in printing
Detail oriented with strong attention to detail
Knowledge of Microsoft Office applications (i.e. word, excel) as well as utilization of an Access Database
Ability to format and size data/text within Word documents
Knowledge of Xerox Printer flows
Transmitting of files from SCRIP to Xerox Printer
Scan documents utilizing a Kodak scanner
Utilize counting equipment and shrink wrap machines
Utilize courier mail service applications (i.e., Fedex, UPS, Express Mail)
Utilize Pitney Bowes mailing equipment for certificate mailings.
Associate's degree (A. A.) or equivalent from two-year college or technical school; or six months to one year related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.