Legal Cashier

England, Nottinghamshire, Nottingham
£18000 - £25000 per annum + Good Package
06 Oct 2016
03 Nov 2016
Chris Hodgson
Job Title
Legal Finance
Contract Type
Full Time

Legal Cashier

An experienced Legal Cashier is required to join an established Law Firm based in Nottingham

The Legal Cashier role will include; client and nominal accounting, raising cheques, bank reconciliations, legal aid billing, petty cash, liaising with team members and clients, complying with SAR and HMRC rules, and any other duties as required.

You will have a minimum 2 years experience working as a Legal Cashier. You should be a confident Legal Cashier, who is a good team player, is confident working to deadlines, and can work without supervision, and is up to date with solicitors accounts rules.

The Legal Cashier role will is full time based in Nottingham

My Client is a leading regional law firm who have established themselves an enviable reputation throughout the region. This is an excellent opportunity to showcase your abilities within a warm and friendly environment. Apply now for immediate Consideration.

Please contact Chris Hodgson, Legal Recruitment Consultant, to discuss the role in more detail or apply through the vacancy for immediate consideration. If you have not been contacted within five working days you should assume you have not been successful on this occasion.

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