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Office Specialist Sr Arizona State University Financial Services Payroll Campus: Tempe Requisition Id# 6229BR Salary Range: $13.46 - $16.50 per hour; DOE Close Date: August 1, 2014 is the initial close date. Applications will continue to be accepted and reviewed every week until the search is closed. Job Description: Financial Services seeks an Office Specialist Sr. in the Payroll area. This posit...
Job Reference number: 768831 Employer: BHP Billiton New Mexico Coal Location: Farmington, New Mexico Summary: Ensure payroll and cash accounting transactions, including managing bank statement loads, treasury back-office functions, and asset reconciliations are complete, accurate, and timely. Ensure that quality business practices and standards are followed to achieve all set targets and organizat...
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Treasury Specialist

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$28,080.00 - $140,000.00
Typical Salary for Treasury Specialist in Arizona
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Education / Training

Some College Coursework Completed
57.1%
Master's
28.6%
Bachelor's
14.3%
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