Legal Cashier

Posted 4 days ago by Clear IT Recruitment Limited
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My client is seeking a Legal Cashier to join their busy law firm on a permanent basis in Mayfair, London.

The Role

Key responsibilities will include (along with the other members of the Cashiers team):

• Processing outward CHAPS and faster payments
• Allocation of client and office receipts
• Bank reconciliations
• Processing Purchase ledger invoices on the accounts system
• Posting of Land Registry, Court fees, Companies House online portal invoices
• Entering/paying employee expenses
• Arranging a daily payment run of due invoices
• Processing daily banking
• Processing and paying Counsel fee notes onto the system
• General team administration

The Individual

Will have:

• 1+ years relevant experience
• Good level of education - GCSE level education (including Maths and English Language)
• Strong communication skills, both written and oral
• Good IT skills: - Microsoft Office - Word, Excel, Outlook (experience desirable but not essential)
• Good organisational skills
• Excellent attention to detail
• Ability to liaise with people at all levels and to ask for help when needed
• A team player
• Helpful and willing, with a "can-do" attitude
• Ability to take on responsibility
• Courteous and efficient
• Professional and conscientious, taking a pride in doing the job well

Should you have any questions or wish to apply please do not hesitate to contact Clear Legal and Financial Recruitment.

Please Note: Due to the number of applications we receive we may be unable to respond to every application directly. If you have not heard from us within 3 working days, please assume your application has been unsuccessful.

Required skills

  • legal cashier
  • law
  • law firm
  • legal firm

Reference: 51839412

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