Senior eBilling Coordinator

Posted 15 May by Balance Recruitment Ltd
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Salary icon £55,000 - £60,000 per annum

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Are you looking for a role where you can shine?

Where you can apply your expertise and play the lead role in coordinating the eBilling function within an international law firm?

It’s a great time to be joining this firm. They’ve just moved to state of the art new offices in the City. Their international network has been growing steadily over recent years and they’ve got a lot of interesting projects underway including systems upgrades.

They’ve got a great team too. Low staff turnover and supportive management who want to deliver a great service to the firm.

In this role, you’d have oversight of all aspects of the eBilling function, from onboarding and training to troubleshooting and management of the inbox.

Given the technical nature of the role, a solid background within eBilling within the legal sector is essential to be considered, with a good knowledge of eBilling systems, onboarding and key vendors.

If you feel you have this experience and would like to be considered, please apply now or contact Richard Hooper at Balance Recruitment directly for further info. Don’t worry if you haven’t updated your CV recently, we can sort that later if required.

If you require any adjustments or additional support during any stage of the recruitment process, please just let us know. We’re an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity and inclusion. We welcome qualified applicants of all abilities, backgrounds, experiences and characteristics.

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