Corporate Card Administrator
Block is one company built from many blocks, all united by the same purpose of economic empowerment. The blocks that form our foundational teams — People, Finance, Counsel, Hardware, Information Security, Platform Infrastructure Engineering, and more — provide support and guidance at the corporate level. They work across business groups and around the globe, spanning time zones and disciplines to develop inclusive People policies, forecast finances, give legal counsel, safeguard systems, nurture new initiatives, and more. Every challenge creates possibilities, and we need different perspectives to see them all. Bring yours to Block.
Block is looking for an experienced Corporate Card Administrator to join our Global Procurement Travel team. In this role, you will oversee the management and administration of the Global Corporate Card program, deliver top-notch customer service, prioritize effective problem-solving, and identify opportunities for further enhancements to the program. The ideal candidate boasts a proven record in corporate card program management and possess exceptional customer service skills. The primary objective of this position is to contribute to Block’s substantial annual cost savings. Reporting directly to the Head of Travel & Operations, the Corporate Card Administrator will play a pivotal role in achieving these goals.
Implement and administer the Corporate Card (CCard) Program enforcing local policy, procedures, and guidance.
Audit and monitor CCard usage and disclose potential prohibited or improper use and address suspected policy violations.
Manage and occasionally refresh program assigned MCC/MCCG profiles, and any necessary updates to expense tool categories.
Partner with the Head of Global Accounts Payable to address, policies, procedures, status of monthly account reconciliations, and policy violations.
Provide guidance on how to obtain a CCard, issue CCard applications and assist with account setup.
Manage cardholder accounts through the card provider and ensure account profiles properly reflect single purchase and monthly limits.
Assist CCard holders with account issues, e.g. password locks/resets.
Ensure CCard training program is up to date and employees are aware of the policy.
Ensure closure of CCard accounts of past employees following their departure.
Support management with expense reporting requests, questions, troubleshooting and investigations.
Review and investigate compliance with specific sections of contractual agreements according to regulation.
Develop and lead formal presentations when necessary.
Keep track of Waivers, Limit increases, Temp Limit increases and expiration date, requests for using CCards for special case purchases.
Keep meticulous documentation of approved and completed requests.
Assist with month-end closing processes including the recording of credit card transactions, accruals, and account reconciliations between accounting system and CCard banking institution.
Proactively liase with the Bank’s Program Administrator to ensure all global programs are within good standing.
Analyze and provide reporting (metrics, spend and program savings, etc.) to drive decision making and scalability.
A Bachelor’s degree in finance, accounting, or business-related field
A minimum of three years experience in corporate card program administration
A track record of managing and prioritizing tasks to meet deadlines
Excellent communication and organizational skills
A professional, solutions-oriented approach when working with others
Experience with a large corporate card program (travel, pcard, virtual card, punchout catalogs)
Proficiency in Google platforms (sheets, docs, gmail), and experience with expense & travel software
The desire to work in a fast-paced, sometimes ambiguous environment
Block takes a market-based approach to pay, and pay may vary depending on your location. U.S. locations are categorized into one of four zones based on a cost of labor index for that geographic area. The successful candidate’s starting pay will be determined based on job-related skills, experience, qualifications, work location, and market conditions. These ranges may be modified in the future. Please note, we are not hiring in Zone A for this role. If you are currently located in Zone A and are in the process of moving to a location outside of Zone A, please indicate so in your application.
Zone A: USD $114,200 - USD $139,600
Zone B: USD $106,200 - USD $129,800
Zone C: USD $97,100 - USD $118,700
Zone D: USD $85,700 - USD $104,700
To find a location’s zone designation, please refer to this resource. If a location of interest is not listed, please speak with a recruiter for additional information.
Full-time employee benefits include the following:
- Healthcare coverage (Medical, Vision and Dental insurance)
- Health Savings Account and Flexible Spending Account
- Retirement Plans including company match
- Employee Stock Purchase Program
- Wellness programs, including access to mental health, 1:1 financial planners, and a monthly wellness allowance
- Paid parental and caregiving leave
- Paid time off (including 12 paid holidays)
- Paid sick leave (1 hour per 26 hours worked (max 80 hours per calendar year to the extent legally permissible) for non-exempt employees and covered by our Flexible Time Off policy for exempt employees)
- Learning and Development resources
- Paid Life insurance, AD&D, and disability benefits
These benefits are further detailed in Block's policies. This role is also eligible to participate in Block's equity plan subject to the terms of the applicable plans and policies, and may be eligible for a sign-on bonus. Sales roles may be eligible to participate in a commission plan subject to the terms of the applicable plans and policies. Pay and benefits are subject to change at any time, consistent with the terms of any applicable compensation or benefit plans.
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While there is no specific deadline to apply for this role, on average, U.S. open roles are posted for 70 days before being filled by a successful candidate.