NREL Professional II - Accounting (PCard Administrator) in Golden, Colorado
Professional II - Accounting (PCard Administrator)
CO - Golden
Hours Per Week
Serve as the Organization Program Coordinator (OPC) for NREL’s Purchase Card (PCard) Program. This position performs a series of analytical, administrative, coordinating and monitoring duties to provide administrative support for the Purchase Card Program including:
Overseeing the overall operation and administration of the program and acting as the liaison between internal and external personnel;
Developing and delivering on-going training to card holders;
Tracking and updating necessary account information including, but not limited to, training completion, number of cards outstanding, and delegation of purchase authority;
Preparing timely quarterly/semi-annual information, as requested by DOE;
Obtaining proper authorization for issuance of new cards and changes to existing cards; and
Managing cardholder accounts through merchant bank.
This position will also be responsible for multiple data-related duties necessary to maintain appropriate segregation of duties with the Office of the Chief Financial Officer including:
The timely and accurate creation of new vendors and changes to existing vendors utilizing established procedures with inputs from various points of contact and departments across NREL; and
Responding to requests for credit applications, completing forms for sponsorship, and complying with electronic and paper data/records management and document retention requirements from the Department of Energy.
Other duties as assigned
Relevant Bachelor's Degree and 2 or more years of experience or equivalent relevant education/experience.
Or, relevant Master's Degree or equivalent relevant education/experience.
Proficient in Microsoft Word, Outlook, Access and Excel.
Must have strong customer support skills and be independently motivated to solve problems.
Candidates must possess skills and experience to provide training, create reports and analyze data.
Ability to communicate effectively with contacts at all levels.
Demonstrated experience with Oracle financial applications. Prior government contractor experience.
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