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Careers

SpendMend is looking to grow, and to do that, we need you!

We are looking for engaged, driven, competitive, and problem-solving individuals. If that sounds like you, check out our available career opportunities to see where you would best fit and then apply. We would love to meet you.

Career Opportunities

  • Statement Acquisition Specialist

    Position: Statement Acquisition Specialist

    Overview: SpendMend works exclusively with hospitals, healthcare systems,and higher education organizations. We offer a unique suite of recovery audit, telecommunications, and consulting services. The statement caller position performs inquiries directed towards our clients’ vendors. The inquiries require getting information about the client’s open items on behalf of our client. The results of the inquiries are then used for further review by the field staff.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

    -Talk with vendors by phone to receive a report of the open issues. (Statement)

    -Using a database to update and track all requested items until they have been received or the completion of the project.

    -To communicate your results and any additional issues to your supervisor or the field staff.

    -To perform additional clerical duties within the Support Services Department.

    -Research in locating additional phone numbers for projects.

    Education and/or Experience: Associate’s degree (A.A.) or equivalent from two-year college or technical school; six months to one year related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.

    Apply

  • Auditor 1

    Position: Auditor Level 1

    Reports To: Field Support Supervisor

    Overview: SpendMend works exclusively with hospitals, healthcare systems, and higher education organizations. We offer a unique suite of recovery audit, telecommunications, and consulting services. The Auditor Level 1 position performs inquiries directed towards our clients’ vendors. The inquiries require obtaining information about the client’s open items on behalf of our client. The results of the inquiries are then used for further review by the field staff.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

    -Communicate with vendors by phone or e-mail requesting a report of open issues.

    -Obtain additional documentation (credits) and clarification from vendors.

    -Utilizing a database to update and track all requested items until they have been received or the project has been completed.

    -Assemble documentation for field staff.

    -Communicate your results and additional issues to your supervisor or field staff.

    -Perform additional clerical duties within the Support Services Department.

    -Research in locating additional phone numbers for projects.

    Travel: None

    Education and/or Experience: Associates Degree and/or 2 years experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. An understanding of the accounts payable function with an overall understanding of business flow is necessary to be successful. The individual must be computer literate and have general knowledge of the Microsoft Office Suite software programs; be able to handle multiple tasks and projects simultaneously; and work as part of a team and/or independently.

    Apply

  • Auditor 2

    Position: Auditor 2

    Overview: SpendMend® works exclusively with hospitals, healthcare systems,
    and higher education organizations. We offer a unique suite of recovery audit, telecommunications, and consulting services.The Auditor Level 2 conduct
    internal audits for clients’ Accounts Payable Departments to assess effectiveness of controls, accuracy and efficiency of records, and recovery of lost revenue.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

    - Audits records of accounts payable departments looking for sources of lost revenue.

    - Analyzes data obtained for evidence of deficiencies in controls, duplication of effort, or other means of lost revenue.

    - Researches validity of suspected revenue loss.

    - Documents, prepares, and submits reports for client and management by providing documented and supportive details.

    - Makes recommendations to client and management for preventing future losses.

    - Performs as part of an investigative team carrying out various roles, including supervisory, as needed.

    - Calls on clients’ vendors to investigate the validity of suspected claims.

    - Ensures client and management are well informed of issues arising from the audit process.

    - Performs duties at client sites adhering to the clients’ policies of work schedule, dress, etc.

    Travel: Throughout the United States approximately 0% - 15% of year

    Skills: The individual must have excellent written and verbal English communication skills for contact with clients and vendors. It is imperative to be extremely analytical with strong mathematical skills. The individual must be professionally minded; well organized; self-directing; possess excellent communications and interpersonal skills and be a highly motivated team player. The individual must be prepared to commit the time and resources necessary to successfully obtain the desired results of the position.

    Work Environment: The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of his job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

    Apply

  • Audit Supervisor

    Position: Audit Supervisor

    Reports To: Audit Manager

    Overview: SpendMend offers a unique suite of recovery audit, telecommunications, and consulting services. Audit Supervisors conduct internal audits for clients’ Accounts Payable Departments to assess effectiveness of controls, accuracy and efficiency of records, and recovery of lost revenue, while supervising a team of Auditors.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

    -Direct onsite supervision of the audit team during the fieldwork phase of an audit. This includes: execution of the audit plan according to established procedures, being cognizant of job expenses and job profitability and maintaining an effective client/partner relationship and participate in all client management and end-of-job meetings.
    -Ensuring that claims are fully documented, verified, entered timely into our proprietary software and presented to the client and approved weekly.
    -Execution of post examination steps that include: end-of-job procedures, resolution of any contested claim issues or additional information requests and follow up on open and pending claim issues as well as past due invoices.
    -Identification of audit steps or projects that may be performed more economically in the Operations Support Department rather than in the field.

    Travel: Extensive throughout United States approximately 25-40% of year

    Supervisory Responsibilities: Auditors

    Education and/or Experience: Two to three years experience as a staff auditor with above average performance evaluations received. The individual must possess an excellent knowledge of finance and accounting, information systems, general business practices, management principles, the flow of business transactions and supervisory skills and techniques. The individual must possess a four-year degree in accounting or finance, with managerial experience a plus. The individual must be computer literate with extensive ability in the Microsoft Office Suite software programs.

    Apply

  • Tax Associate

    Position: Tax Associate

    Reports To: Senior Tax Associate/Tax Director

    Overview: SpendMend® works exclusively with hospitals, healthcare systems, and higher education organizations. We offer a unique suite of recovery audit, telecommunications, and consulting services. Tax Associates are responsible for the calculation and administration functions relating to the documentation and pursuit of client sales tax refund claims relating to the healthcare industry.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

    - Audit records identifying sources of lost revenue.

    - Ability to understand and apply California Sales and Use Tax statutes

    - Analyze data obtained for evidence of deficiencies in controls, duplication of effort, or other means of lost revenue. Research validity of suspected revenue loss.

    - Document, prepare, and submit reports for client and management by providing documented and supportive detail.

    - Make recommendations to client and management for preventing future losses.

    - Perform as part of an investigative team carrying out various roles, including supervisory, as needed.

    - Call on clients’ vendors and taxing authorities to investigate the validity of

    suspected claims.

    - Maintain legal files and project records in an organized fashion.

    - Utilize a database to update and track requested items.

    - Ensure client and management are well informed of issues arising from the audit process.

    - Ability to work autonomously

    Education and/or Experience:
    The individual must be computer literate with extensive ability in the Microsoft Office Suite software programs. The individual must be able to handle multiple tasks and projects at the same time and work as part of a team and/or independently. An understanding of the sales and use tax with an overall understanding of business flow is necessary to be successful. The individual should possess a Bachelor’s degree in finance and/or accounting. Previous sales and use tax experience is strongly desired.

    Apply

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