Compile and reconcile data involving electronic transfer of funds.
What does an Electronic Funds Transfer Coordinator do?
Compiles and reconciles data involving electronic transfer of funds to maintain accounting records: Examines electronic funds transaction entries on documents, such as bank statements and printouts, for completeness and accuracy. Adds debits and credits, using adding machine or calculator, to ensure that figures balance. Identifies and corrects errors or calls customers, other bank personnel, or personnel from other financial institutions, such as correspondent banks, Automated Clearing House, or Federal Reserve Bank, to obtain information needed to reconcile differences. Posts transaction data to specified accounts, using ledger sheets or computer. May prepare checks to deposit funds in specified accounts. May transmit funds between specified accounts by wire [WIRES-TRANSFER CLERK 203.562-010].