Warehouse-Accounting / Customer Service Representative

Company Name:
Silvergate Bank
SB_WA/CSR-2 - Warehouse-Accounting / Customer Service Representative
Essential Duties & Responsibilities:
Maintain current knowledge of all federal and state laws and regulations, along with the Bank's policies and procedures.
Not to harm consumers with any act that could be misleading, unfair, deceptive, or abusive in act or practice.
Create the appropriate general ledger entries
Cross train for funding1.Cross train for funding
1.Reviews incoming wires and matches to purchase schedules on loans.
2.Inputs wire and purchase schedule information into WLS.
3.Reconciles paid loan report to wire reports.
4.Deposits customers' profits into the appropriate company bank account at Silvergate.
5.Create the appropriate general ledger entries.
1.Reconciles all applicable general ledger accounts on a daily basis.
2.Reconciles new loan reports, paid loan reports and outstanding loan reports.
3.Monitors client margin accounts and operating accounts on a daily basis.
Knowledge Skills & Abilities Required:
At least 2 years experience in accounting, bookkeeping, or related work experience.
At least 1 - 2 years experience in wires, or related work experience.
Word processing and spreadsheet skills.
Strong organizational skills and attention to detail.
High school graduate or equivalent required. AA or BS in Accounting, or related field preferred.
Silvergate Bank is seeking a
Warehouse-Accounting/Customer Service Representative.
They are responsible for daily reconciliation of all warehouse accounts and reports and creating all appropriate warehouse related general ledger entries.

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