BILLING COORDINATOR - BG11
DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES:
Responsible for managing portfolio of client billing, providing status reports to management and attorneys as needed. Understand and comply with individual client billing guidelines. Proactively monitor E-billing progress, including status reporting. Revising and resubmitting short-paid and rejected invoices. Responsible for the analysis, coordination and resolution of billing issues, including ensuring appropriate communications with involved parties is consistently maintained. Ability to understand, communicate, and explain complex billing arrangements with/to senior attorneys and management. Process client bills (making/confirming appropriate edits to drafts). Review finalized invoices for quality. Ensure monthly billing is completed by firm deadlines. Assist billing attorneys with client requests including budgets, special requests and various client reports. Utilize accounting tools for tracking client specifics. Participate in our customer support process.
A four-year college degree is preferred, with a minimum of two years’ experience in a finance, accounting or billing role. Must have strong technology skills, including MS Office Suite and an ability to leverage technology in work processes. Utilize accounting tools for tracking client specifics and for reporting. Position requires outstanding written and verbal communications skills, excellent organizational skills and the ability to strategize, multi-task and prioritize. An exemplary customer service mindset, be highly motivated, and enjoy a team-oriented atmosphere. Must have a commitment to proactive communication and exceptional follow through skills. Must be very flexible, self-motivated and highly committed to quality, customer service, teamwork and supporting Firm and department goals in a fast-paced environment.
Washington, DC - Remote
$61,000+ depending on experience
9:00 am – 5:30 pm
STAFF ACCOUNTANT - GENERAL LEDGER - BG11
DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES:
The Staff Accountant – General Ledger position is responsible for daily general ledger activities to ensure the expediency and accuracy of the Firm’s financial reporting. The position requires a detail-oriented professional with excellent organizational and analytical skills to manage the Firm’s day-to-day general accounting. Prepare and process journal entries. Assist with month-end and year-end close processes. Review and maintain office lease and sublease schedules for all offices. Analyze and reconcile bank statements and general ledger accounts. Compile firm data for financial surveys for US and Foreign Governments. Support audit initiative by preparing audit schedules. Review fixed asset additions and disposal reports along with corresponding gain/loss impact. Performs other duties as assigned.
Bachelor's Degree is required, in Accounting or Finance. Accounting and/or Bookkeeping experience preferred. Advanced Microsoft Excel skills and MS Office skills. Excellent communication skills, written and verbal, with the ability to clearly communicate issues to all levels of management. Outstanding organization skills with attention to detail and demonstrate a commitment to accuracy and thoroughness. Prioritizes, handles multiple tasks simultaneously and is flexible.
Remote – Washington, DC
$61,000 depending on experience.
9:00 am – 5:30 pm; paid overtime as dictated by business needs.
CLIENT ACCOUNTS COORDINATOR - BG30
DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES:
Lead monthly meetings with attorneys to track outstanding work-in-progress (WIP) and accounts receivable (AR). Prepare monthly reports on unbilled, accounts receivable, and client invoices. Reminder statements and accounts receivable activity. Analyze data and interpret trends; transfer that knowledge to actionable ideas and recommendations. Perform and utilize data entry for reporting and application of client payments. Prepare and submit client billing through e-billing applications. Handle internal and external vendor inquiries regarding status of payment for invoices and check requisitions. Post payments and receipts to the appropriate general ledger, client, or vendor accounts. Provide coverage and back-up support to other areas of accounting as necessary. Special projects as necessary.
Accounting, finance or business or related degree or equivalent experience. 1-3 years billing, accounts receivable and/or bookkeeping experience. Accounting experience in a legal environment preferred. Experience using SurePoint or similar accounting legal software system is a plus. Exceptional organizational and prioritization skills. Careful attention to detail and work quality. Ability to multi-task. Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite. Strong proficiency in Microsoft Excel. Strong customer service skills. Willingness and ability to expand responsibilities and cross train. Ability to work independently and as an integral team member, Must be reliable and dependable.
Depending on experience.