The main purpose of this role is to undertake all aspects of revenue control E-Billing for all practice groups in accordance with established operational processes and policies.
Our client is an international legal practice who work with clients on new deals, products and solutions which will transform their businesses, markets and even sectors.
You will undertake all aspects of Revenue Control work in line with agreed policies and procedures. Whilst you will have a particular focus, you will share responsibility for the following (non-exhaustive) list of tasks for all your practice groups:
Lockup meetings and chasing
Processing credit notes, bill cancellations and write-offs
Answering customer queries
Reporting on financial performanceMore generally you will:
Respond quickly and appropriately to requests and ensure that the relevant people are kept up to date on progress
Carefully prioritise requests and ensure that, if any non-standard work is undertaken, it does not negatively impact on provision of core services
Actively assist Revenue Collections in times of high demandThe role will cover all aspects of E-Billing, giving the candidate an exciting opportunity to make it their own.
We are looking for someone who has previous E-billing and supervisory experience, who will play an active part in supporting and developing the E-Billing team.
More specifically you will be:
Self-motivated, proactive and able to work on your own initiative
Able to work collaboratively with colleagues across all aspects of the Revenue Control teams
Can work with minimal supervision and be able to identify and act on issues which need to be escalated
Demonstrate great communication skills with internal and external clients
Be keen to assist with the design and implementation of policies and processes
Have the ability to follow policies, processes and instructions and ensure that others do the same
Exceptional time management, organisational and prioritisation skillsJob Offer
A competitive salary and generous benefits.
These benefits include but are not limited to; critical illness (treated as a taxable benefit), employer pension contributions, income protection, life assurance, private medical insurance (treated as a taxable benefit), virtual GP, as well as many more health and well-being benefits