Cash Posting Clerk (FT)

The Cash Posting Clerk handle the processing, recording, and deposit of the facility’s daily cash receipts.  Clerk ensures accuracy in the posting of payments and contractual allowances.  Oversees all self-pay accounts and provides financial counseling to customers who present for in person payments and initiates the continuum of follow-up in the patient accounting process.  Responsible for the reconciliation process dealing with cash clearing, deposits, and posting.  Works with the medical billers to ensure patient accounts are kept accurate and current.  Accuracy and attention to detail is a cornerstone of this position.  Most of the day is spent on the computer utilizing various healthcare software.  Position works from 8am-5pm Monday through Friday, with an occasional variance for healthcare events.  Position provides backup for other positions within the office as needed.  Prior office, bookkeeping, collections, or accounting experience is strongly preferred

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

Exemplary customer service skills and positive interpersonal communication skills are necessary.  Candidate must enjoy interactions with the public and staff and be able to work through very difficult and complex situations.  Will work with multiple entities, departments, processes, and people.  Successful candidate will have knowledge of deposits, posting payments, insurance, and other basic accounting functions.  Candidate must have the ability to appropriately prioritize multiple tasks and process them with complete accuracy under pressure. 

Successful candidate must have a proven track record of exceptional customer service, critical thinking, analysis, problem solving, and accuracy in their work.

Employment applications can be found on our website or picked up at the hospital front desk. Fax completed applications/resume packets to

307-746-3726, or email to


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