Operations Processor I

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Position Description
AIG Travel, Inc. is seeking a clerical professional to join our team. The Operations Processor I will be responsible for the following:
Manage/process credit card data
Responsible for the daily processing of Web Modifications
Responsible for the daily processing of WAATS Errors
Manage/Process PCF Billings
Maintains records
Maintains and Secures Customer Data
Cross train & Support areas assigned within and outside of the Administration Department
Position Requirements
Ability to type at least 60WPM, Customer Service, Proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Email), Professional phone skills, ability to multi-task, Ability to work with little supervision and manage workday, ability to work in fast paced environment, strong communication skills, organized, team player and portray a positive attitude at all times.
About Us
American International Group, Inc. (AIG) is a leading international insurance organization serving customers in more than 130 countries and jurisdictions. AIG companies serve commercial, institutional, and individual customers through one of the most extensive worldwide property-casualty networks of any insurer. In addition, AIG companies are leading providers of life insurance and retirement services in the United States.
AIG Property Casualty is a global market leader, one of the few truly global property casualty franchises.
AIG Life and Retirement is one of the largest life insurance organizations in the U.S., and provides protection, investment and income solutions needed for financial and retirement security.
United Guaranty Corporation is the marketplace leader in mortgage insurance in the U.S.
Additional information about AIG can be found at - YouTube: - Twitter: @AIGInsurance- LinkedIn:
Job ID #: 109742
Employment Type: Full Time - Permanent
Location(s): WI-Stevens Point
Education Preferred: High School Diploma
Business Unit: AIG Property Casualty
Relocation Provided: No
Functional Area: Administration/Office Services
Travel Percentage: 0%

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