The University of Iowa Treasury Operations department is seeking an Admin Services Coordinator. This position will support the daily operations of the UI Billing Call Center and MAUI Scholarship Workflow/3
Party Invoicing. This role requires advanced knowledge and expertise of University Billing and in-house collections management activities. The Admin Services Coordinator will make decisions and exercise a high level of autonomy.
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