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Billing & Collections Coordinator

Company Name:
Shook, Hardy & Bacon, LLP
Shook, Hardy & Bacon L.L.P. is currently looking for an experienced professional to fill our Legal Billing & Collections Coordinator position in our
kansas
City office. This role will include the following responsibilities:
Prepare and review invoices in customized formats as required by client/Billing Attorney. Based on client and Billing Attorney requirements, performs override calculations and changes. Prepares and ensures billing/payment information is accurate for all write-offs. Assists with identification and reconciliation of payments received.
Apply online at: http://www.shb.com/professional.aspx
Pro-actively monitors aging of client's unbilled fees and costs and A/R for assigned Billing Attorneys. Confers with clients regarding billing deadlines, billing /rate inquiries and concerns with billing statements. Masters client billing guidelines and examines work for accuracy and conformity to client guidelines and firm policies and procedures.
Coordinates billing and collection efforts with Billing Attorneys on behalf of the Accounting department. Gathers monthly, quarterly and annual billing and rate information, prepares reports and statistical data when necessary. Prepares various reports through billing system and makes modifications as requested.
May provide basic financial data and analysis; may prepare complex charts, graphs or reports.
Is assigned special projects, ad hoc projects and requests from Billing Attorneys and/or supervisor.
Job Qualifications:
bachelor
's degree (B. A.) or equivalent from four-year college or university; and minimum five years work experience within the accounting function of a service sector organization, with at least two years including law firm billing experience.
Elite Legal Billing System expertise a significant plus; ARCS and e-billing experience preferred.
Must have advanced Excel spreadsheet experience.

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