IBM FAGG010304 - Travel and Expense Analyst Scanner in TAGUIG CITY, Philippines
Job Description :
Identify, validate, and confirm duplicate reimbursements made by employees for their travel expenses and inform the client of the confirmed transactions for recovery, if already paid, or invalidation of the claim, if not yet paid
Determine expenses submitted in Concur that are slightly (with specified % of tolerable deviation) below or beyond the spend limit; to assess the possible reason of practicing this type of transactions and locate where this practice is rampant that could lead to possible evaluation of negative spending pattern
Determine employees who have the highest amount of travel expenses for a specified period and evaluate the risk, if any, associated with their spending patterns
Determine if each subjected employee demonstrates behavior unfavorable to the company by either intentionally or unintentionally claiming, thru reimbursement, what is unjust and unnecessary according to company's business perspective
Identify who among the employees will be flagged by Concur with automatic review of the submitted expense reports regardless of their amount due to noted behavior in handling submission of their travel expenses
Ensure that travel and expense of the company adheres to its policies and guidelines through performance of an audit or review of transactions, system or process and any deviations noted will be appropriately communicated for proper actions that might be considered by management.
Required Technical and Professional Expertise
Open to to learn the processes
Analytical and other skill sets critical to the process
Preferred Tech and Prof Experience
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