3-5 years of experience
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Employment Type:
Full time
Job Category:
Project Accounting Assistant (Biller)
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Job Description


TYLI is seeking a Project Accounting Assistant (Biller) for its Miami, FL office. As part of our Corporate Finance team and reporting to the local Project Accountant, the Project Accounting Assistant-Biller supports all billing related responsibilities for projects.


* Add/update projects in Deltek Vision utilizing final Project setup modification forms (PSUMF).- Prepare invoice packages for approval by Project Manager, containing draft and final invoices for all billable projects assigned, including all applicable backup, as requested per contract.- Prepare all sub-consultant invoices for coding and approval.- Maintain Project billing files and supporting documents associate with Billing.- Perform labor adjustments and billing transfers as required per instruction from PA or PM.- Provide payment status to PA for Accounts Receivable aging as needed.- Provide billing information to PA for WIP report. Support PA in the preparation of WIP reports for monthly submission to management.- Additional responsibilities as assigned.


* Associates Degree in Accounting and/or minimum of 3 years of related experience in project cost accounting.- Experience in Architecture/Engineering consulting industry highly desired.- Advance Excel skills desired.- Deltek Vision software knowledge is a plus

About T.Y. lin International

T.Y. Lin International (TYLI) provides services to transit authorities, commuter railroads, and private railroad companies. Services include the design and the rehabilitation of existing structures for railroads, commuter rail, rapid rail, and light rail systems. In each of these projects, TYLI regularly addresses a variety of critical issues, including public involvement; environmental concerns; construction phasing; coordination among regulatory agencies; right-of-way status; and the evaluation of multi-modal alternatives.