Billing Clerk

Sewell Wallis Ltd
£18000 - £21000/annum
17 Jun 2017
17 Jul 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
Sewell Wallis are currently recruiting for a Billing Clerk to join a well established, growing business based on the outskirts of Leeds. This is an excellent time to join a large, well respected, thriving business that aims to promote from within where possible. You will join a friendly, long standing team that reward and recognise their team members. This is a new role that has been created due to an internal promotion, reporting directly into the Transactional Services Manager. Along with a competitive salary and the opportunity to develop and progress you will have access to free parking and excellent benefits.

The successful candidate will have full responsibility for ensuring that customer invoices are correctly processed and allocated in order to allow for collection and payment of monies. This will include :-

- Creating credits and re-bills to ensure accurate billing on a daily basis
- Amending pricing and billing details
- Dealing with all queries, complaints and account amendments
- Communicating with internal and external customers to gather and update information
- Analysing billings to identify trends and investigating as necessary
- Managing electronic billing
- Sending billed data consumption reports, copy invoices and billing performance reports to customers as required
- Assisting account managers with customer reviews and meetings where necessary

The ideal candidate will:-

- Have a strong background in customer service and ideally cash management/sales ledger in a finance environment.
- Have excellent IT skills particularly in Excel and database management
- Have strong analytical skills and be able to identify areas of improvement and errors
- Have excellent communication skills
- Attention to detail and ability to work to tight deadlines

For further details please contact Gemma Watmough.

Sewell Wallis acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and an employment business for the supply of temporary workers