Credit Controller Law Firm

QED Legal
£20000 - £23000 per annum
14 Oct 2021
11 Nov 2021
Gemma Rush
Job Title
Legal Finance
Practice Area
Contract Type
Full Time
Credit Controller Law Firm
An experienced Credit Controller is required to join a Legal Firm, in their Wakefield office.
The Credit Controller will work as part of an in house team, overseeing the credit control of their allocated clients and ensuring efficient payment of bills.
It is essential that you have prior experience in working for a Law Firm or professional services company.
Credit Control - This will include; overseeing your own ledger, administration management, regular meetings, chasing invoices, recording information, dealing with enquiries, coordinating with the billing and wider finance teams, working to targets, reporting, forecasting and taking a lead within the team.
Prior Credit Control experience is required, and this will ideally be within a Law Firm or a professional services setting. It would be an advantage that you have prior experience in working for a firm that work on a billable hours model, so you have an understanding of the processes involved.
You should be a professional, assertive and motivated credit controller with the confidence to speak with Partners and Senior staff members about aged debt. You should have strong excel and systems knowledge.
The role is working as part of a sociable department and would suit someone that enjoys working as part of a team.
Working hours are full time.
Salary Negotiable.
To apply please send your CV to Gemma Rush at QED Legal Recruitment or get in touch for further information.

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