The Billing Administrator is responsible for all functions relating to client billing. Strong customer service skills are needed to provide excellent service to internal and external clients.
Create accurate client billing from draft to finalization;
Process write-downs, transfers, divides, combines, narrative edits;
Carefully proof and verify accuracy of invoices before finalizing and sending to clients;
Recognize and obtain appropriate approvals;
Provide Billing Help Desk support and individual Billing training for users;
Update and maintain Master file information for clients, matters, timekeepers, billing rates, and changes of attorney responsibility;
Set-up and implement electronic billing, including verification that bills meet client requirements and successful transmission of bills using eBilling Hub and various third party software; follow-up and resolve ebill rejections with vendors, secretaries and billing attorneys;
Meet month-end closing deadlines and run special month-end reports;
Document procedures and client requirements to ensure consistent work product and easy knowledge transfer in a team environment;
Maintain neat work environment; keep filing current;
Other projects as assigned.
Bachelor Degree or equivalent experience
Minimum 2 years of billing experience, e-billing experience; prior experience in a law firm or other professional services firm a plus
Experience with Aderant and/or Elite or similar billing software a plus
Detail oriented, excellent quality control skills
Ability to work independently and as a team member
Strong client service orientation and skills
Demonstrated ability to effectively communicate with internal and external clients both verbally and in writing
Compensation range is $70,000 - $105,000 commensurate with related experience and qualification. The salary of the candidate selected for this role will be set based on a variety of factors, including but not limited to internal equity, experience, specialty, and training. The above salary range (or hiring range) represents the firm's reasonable estimate of the range of possible compensation at the time of posting.
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